Is King Lear the Shakespearean tragedy for a world of capitalism and catastrophe?
Volume 72 Issue 9 September 2022
Is there a trend of ‘reverse Darwinism’ in Russian history?
As America built a vision of its past Oliver Cromwell became both angel and demon.
The means, tactics and strategies employed by Vietnamese communist authorities against the occupying French.
Bayard Rustin, African American civil rights leader, was also a pacifist, a socialist and a gay rights activist.
Protecting merchant ships during the Napoleonic Wars, the British convoy system was instrumental in securing its narrow victory.
The lessons contained in Ælfric of Eynsham’s Colloquy are impervious to time.
Arriving in the remote and jungled highlands of Annam, a swindling Frenchman was able to establish himself as the region’s self-appointed ruler.
200 years on from the deciphering of the most famous piece of rock in the world, what does reading the Rosetta Stone reveal?
The absence of formal government on the American frontier emboldened miners to take powers usually reserved to the state, subjecting criminals to their own brand of vigilante justice.