17 May, 2013
Category: Politics & Society
16 May, 2013
13 May, 2013
David Armitage offers a suitably postmodern model for the exploration of international intellectual history.
18 March, 2013
Jonathan Wilson's history of the goalkeeper emerges as an allegory for the passionate but peripheral role of the football fan.
17 February, 2013
William Dalrymple's history of the British invasion of Afghanistan in 1839 draws on new archival material to paint a rich picture of its subject, Nakul Krishna writes.
Emma Park takes umbrage with Toby Miller's gunpowder plot for the humanities as we know it.
Rebecca Loxton looks for Salman Rushdie in the cracks between fact and fiction that appear in his memoir.
4 February, 2013
Dominic Davies looks into the extraordinary work and the intolerable circumstances of the nobel prize-winning poet Liu Xiaobo.
Tom Cutterham considers money, the writing classes, and literary magazines in a new anthology from n+1 that contains some real gems.
21 January, 2013
Tom Cutterham struggles to identify the means to the ends of Marc Mulholland's Bourgeois Liberty.