16 February, 2015
Tom Cutterham on why the story of cotton is also the story of capitalism
Kenneth Madden considers a history of Ireland's "revolutionary generation"
Neil Dewar weighs up the cultural influence of quantum mechanics
2 February, 2015
Matilda Bathurst explores a cultural history of touch
Edward Hicks argues that Edmund Burke's thought remains as relevant as ever
19 January, 2015
Emily Anderson considers an ambitious but problematic account of the literary representation of war
27 October, 2014
The History Manifesto envisages historians not in the study, library, or classroom, but striding the corridors of power, getting things done.
8 July, 2014
16 June, 2014
Compared with Melville’s Moby Dick, Samuel Moyn's new Human Rights book is not without obstacles.
Roberts' book reminds readers to consider struggles over discipline, time, pay, and workers' rights around the world.