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Finding the grit in Brooklyn's gentrification.
Anthropology's rise in popularity challenged previous ways of thinking about human development.
Crime and punishment, theatre, sex, war, and empire.
The nuclear physicist who revealed secrets to the Soviets.
Going beyond the clichés to reveal Marie-Antoinette as a political operator with real influence.
A history from the earliest humans to those occupying ‘the bed of the future’.
The multifarious motives of Europe’s Ottoman scholars.
Successful leaders or rapacious, racist, corrupt adventurers? A history of the East India Company.
The study of song as an imperfect, protean, untameable art form.
Confronting the country's darkest hour and looking for answers.