A Northern Wind: Britain 1962-65 by David Kynaston is a hyperreal account of Britain on the cusp of modernity.
Humanly Possible: Seven Hundred Years of Humanist Freethinking, Enquiry and Hope is a Whiggish history of humanism from the Renaissance to the present.
To justify their use, nuclear weapons were rebranded as a force for good.
Making the case for historical literacy in government.
The Battle of the Springs of Cresson marked the beginning of the end for the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Using violence as a response to oppression and surveillance can both divide and unite communities.
Access to land was once a common right; we have lost more than just the freedom to roam.
What relevance do the Norman Conquest and the events of 1066 have to contemporary British politics? Everything and nothing.
Before the secret ballot, voting in Britain was a theatrical, violent and public affair. The Act that made democracy private turns 150 this year.
Rediscovering the disappeared towns and settlements across Britain.