Ethel Rosenberg is revealed as a loving mother, a committed communist and a talented performer.
A new cultural history of Sicily, the key to the Mediterranean.
The myths and realities of Oliver Cromwell’s formative years.
Was the antiquary a ‘bad-tempered crank and gullible collector’, or a pioneering historian?
What do attitudes towards fatigue reveal about morality and illness?
How the index helps us to understand, categorise and engage with the world.
The phenomenon of statue destruction in historical perspective.
The separation of politics and religion has its roots in discourses over whether or not Pontius Pilate could be held guilty of having ordered ‘the death of God’.
The glittering career of Hella Pick, child refugee from Hitler’s Vienna and an exile in wartime Britain.
The industry of fake charters, from the tenth century, to its zenith two centuries later.