"The arguments will appear to many readers as refreshingly common sense"
Houman Barekat / January 17, 2017
An exploration of the mid-19th-century intellectual milieu that shaped Lewis Carroll’s sensibility
David Patrikarakos / January 17, 2017
"At the heart of every-thing stands one question: what should public media in the 21st century look like?"
Stefan Collini / January 17, 2017
Pankaj Mishra's breathless attempt to root the political anger engulfing the world in the 18th century is too sweeping
"The cleverest people in the world have worked on Voynich for centuries, and it still defiantly resists interpretation"
In the US presidential election of 1860, Abraham Lincoln earned only 39 per cent of the popular vote but won a crushing victory in the electoral college. Washington Post, 15th November...
Reports that it is are misleading. Here, Jessica Abrahams chats to three women who still face very real penalties
Desmond King and Rogers Smith / January 16, 2017
Suppressing Democratic turnout has become a Republican specialty