Uncovering the stories of the enslaved men and women who fought off the Dutch and their European allies in 1763.
Magellan, schizophrenia, conspiracies and Europe’s indigenous Muslims: a roundup of some of the latest history books.
The role of patients and professionals in the definition and treatment of schizophrenia.
A new and ambitious foray into the world of Anglican ecclesiastical history.
Who are Europe’s indigenous Muslims?
One of the most notorious conspiracies in British history.
The duplicitous, disloyal, callous and cruel Ferdinand Magellan.
The undeniable power of the Gododdin, written by the sixth-century north-British poet Aneirin.
Assessing the Churchill balance sheet.
The British Empire’s playbook of force, a new study on Mary Seacole, and a new understanding of the Normans: a round up of recently published work.