Radha Kapuria with Helen Idle and James Moss A chance visit to Manchester’s historic Portico Library in September 2020 revealed a fascinating exhibition on the colonisation of Australia. Titled ‘What it is to be here:
The Tarpaulin - A Biography (BBC Radio 4, 28 November, 8pm) Dina Gusejnova Producer: Sara Parker (@sparksproducer) On Monday, 28 November, BBC Radio 4 will broadcast a programme which I wrote and recorded with producer
On Tuesday we asked our followers 'what's your favourite popular history book?' for a chance to win a copy of The Devil's Alliance by Roger Moorhouse, as featured in yesterday's book review. We had an amazing range of responses.
On February 12 2016, Steph Wright (who works on veterans of the Spanish Civil War) and I held a conference on ‘The Language of Authoritarian Regimes’. The day aimed to explore the creation, dissemination and reception of discourse
Thomas More’s Utopia, first published in Latin in 1516, is one of the world’s most famous books. It has given us the adjective ‘Utopian’, a mode of thought (‘Utopianism’), a literary genre. Yet, at some
It’s a perennial problem. How do we make sense of political women on the Right, especially those strong formidable women who defied stereotypes of the domestic drudge who would never dream of voting otherwise than