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A chaotic, menacing assembly of gods and trolls and restless souls.
Can Welsh history be separated from British history, or are they too intertwined?
‘We can’t see our own blindspots, so, as we anatomise those of our predecessors, we perpetuate our own.’
The much-vaunted 'special relationship' between Britain and the United States obscures another history of rivalry and suspicion between the two allies.
An account of how belief became opinion.
Found guilty of fraud, the French chemist was executed on 8 May 1794.
The work of the historian Norman Cohn has taken on a new resonance. We should heed his warnings.
Lal Ded was a pioneer of Kashmiri poetry, who raised the consciousness of the common people and challenged ideas of caste, religion and gender.
The real lives of five women who found fame only in the manner of their deaths: murdered by the man we have come to know as ‘Jack the Ripper’.
Do you want to dance? As the 19th century wore on, the Victorians certainly did, requiring new venues in which to mix music and movement, whether a pub or a palace.