The ‘Nazi who said sorry’ was a master of constructing his own narrative.
A subtly nuanced picture of European Roma.
Sandwiched between the sacrifices of the 1940s and the excesses of the ‘swinging sixties’, were the fifties have a dull decade?
Nigel Saul marks the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta with a comprehensive overview of the landmark books that dominate the field.
The importance to historians and anthropologists of Keith Thomas’s Religion and the Decline of Magic, ten years after its first publication.
A.J. Stockwell reviews a new collection of writings by Wm. Roger Louis.
A celebratory history which challenges cultural stereotypes and fashionable academic assumptions.