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Discovering Machiavelli’s talent for losing.
How presidential images show us that in politics, as in entertainment, appearances matter.
History at the boundaries of gender.
Understanding the power relations that transoceanic settlements and trade opened up.
The origins of SS General Otto von Wächter’s rise to power.
The Painted Hall at Greenwich: how it was commissioned, its narrative and its meaning.
The mobilisation of economic, diplomatic and military resources.
Studying African history through the lens of cinema.
The skills of the stone mason align with language to document a 30-year love affair with stone.
The 17th and 18th century European scholars who pioneered the study of Arabic and Islam as an academic discipline.