The idea that war is justified in specific circumstances has held sway for almost two millennia – but as technology evolves, can it hold?
A new transcription project
reveals parallels between the
pandemics of the 21st century
and early-modern Japan.
Freedom of speech, an unseen archive, and the happy ending effect.
For internet sensations Ben and Danielle Marsh (both History, Downing 1995) and their four children lockdown won’t stop the music.
Dr Niamh Gallagher says island mentalities can pervert our understanding of the past.
Dr Emma Spary delves into the world of drug-taking in 17th-century Paris.
What happens when an emperor decides to change the religion of an entire people? Forget the Tudors. This is reformation – and counter-reformation – ancient Egyptian style.
Lecturer in Caribbean and Atlantic History, Dr Johnhenry Gonzalez reveals the reads which have had the greatest influence on his life.