Marie Favereau, Associate Professor of History at Paris Nanterre University, on how historians can work with graphic novels to deconstruct old stereotypes
2021 Cundill History Prize winner Marjoleine Kars on what can happen when readers and historians encounter each other in the Books pages
We do children a disservice if we reduce their role in history to that of the victim, argues 2021 Cundill History Prize finalist Rebecca Clifford.
Helen McCarthy explores how our language around women's labour has changed throughout history—and continues to change today.
Eight months on from winning the 2020 Cundill History Prize, Fifth Sun author Camilla Townsend describes her experience and shares what she has been reading and working on since.
The three 2020 Cundill History Prize finalists shared their take on history's contemporary significance with prize coordinator Mackenzie Bleho, who here distils their answers
Christienna Fryar convenes the first MA in Black British History in the UK. Why have history departments in Britain been such inhospitable places for this study to flourish?
The ten authors on the 2020 Cundill History Prize shortlist discuss books that have touched them, in an article compiled by prize coordinator Mackenzie Bleho.
The 2018 Cundill History Prize finalist Sam White revisits a moment in time when a changing climate and the spread of infectious disease have collided before.
Jason Opal, Chair of the Department of History and Classical Studies at McGill, on the challenges of continuing the discipline of history through the pandemic.