Will historians see 2020 as the peak of a global crisis – or will the world continue on its perilous course?
Good references are invaluable, not just to give credit, but to build a map of the paths taken for research.
The presence of Covid-19 is a reminder of our new proximity to the fragilities and perils of the past.
In a time of crisis, empathy is the antidote to a culture of naming and shaming.
In a post-truth world, how do we study history?
At what point does memoir become biography and biography become history?
What happened when a historian took the ‘Life in the UK’ test for British citizenship?
Radicals and revolutionaries found inspiration in the study of Greece and Rome.
Historians often envisage a gulf between family history and other engagements with the past, but they can easily overlap.
Restoring women to history presents challenges – and some opposition.