‘I’d like to go back to midnight on 1 January 1863, when the Emancipation Proclamation went into effect.’
Volume 73 Issue 3 March 2023
Elizabeth Justice, writer of the first female-authored book of travel writing to be published in English, died on 15 March 1752.
Julius Caesar was killed on 15 March 44 BC. We’ve heard about the ‘Ides of March’ – but what happened next?
Why did Asia not have postwar peace?
Jean Calas was sentenced to be broken on the wheel in front of the cathedral in Toulouse, on 10 March 1762.
For Edward I, filling his army with criminals made perfect sense.
Where relations between Armenia and Turkey are concerned, the 11th century never ended.
Using violence as a response to oppression and surveillance can both divide and unite communities.
The familiar story of the 17th century told through unfamiliar voices.
As sultan, Süleyman the Magnificent was portrayed as the Shadow of God on Earth, the Caliph of Islam, the Last World Emperor, the distributor of crowns to other rulers and the purveyor of justice.