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The historical truth of eating locally.
The complex history of one of the 20th century's worst crimes against humanity.
Magna Carta was born of the loss of King John’s French territories.
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By E.R. Truitt
E.R. Truitt revisits John Cohen’s 1963 article on the history of automata and the quest to recreate humanity.
By Larry Hannant
The carnage at Texel has been largely forgotten.
By Jeff Bowersox
The Schleswig-Holstein War of 1864 was not just a fight for territory, but also a debate over the concept of the nation.
By David Brady
Homelessness was an acute problem in the 19th-century city.
By Armen T. Marsoobian
Armen T. Marsoobian explores the complex history of one of the 20th-century’s worst and most neglected crimes against humanity.
By Rachel Moss
Far from being a tool of censorship, trigger warnings give a voice to those who might ordinarily find it hard to speak.
By Hilary Mantel
The following letter was published in our July 2015 issue.
By Paul Lay
Documentaries are too often full of simplicities and stereotypes. This needn't be the case.