The varied social, economic and institutional conditions that shaped science over more than two centuries.
The Jewish women who played a vital role in the Polish resistance against the Nazis.
The writing of constitutions is a forgotten artform.
Was the partition of Ireland an inevitable act?
The alternative paths towards happiness and fulfilment in the postwar period.
The scorchingly honest assessments of the great and not-so-good that flowed from ‘Chips’ Channon’s poison pen.
The motives and damage inflicted by George Blake.
The erstwhile emperor continues to attract biographers and readers alike. Laura O’Brien assesses recent work on his life and legacy.
A meditative, intensive and sweeping critique of the discipline of history.
The multi-layered complexity of ‘Europe’s smallest successor state’ between 1918 and 1921.