Arts & Books
Michael Coveney / April 3, 2019
Plus The Tiger Lillies on tour
The gender data gap is damaging women's lives
Plus drawings at the Estorick
We can slow down the effects of climate change, if we want to
A new book on the emotional lives of animals reminds us how much we have in common with our fellow creatures
David Willetts / April 2, 2019
A growing ageing population presents new economic challenges—but offers opportunities, too
Richard J Evans / April 2, 2019
Unbeknownst to many, the market for faked Hitler paintings is thriving. But who is buying them—and why?
A new book on liberalism by David Wootton misses the point
Emma Lundin / March 25, 2019
In the digital era, there is little to be lost from returning collections to their countries of origin—and everything to be gained
Caspar Salmon / March 18, 2019
The interest in true crime stories kicked off by Serial and Making a Murderer shows no sign of abating. But do we lose something of ourselves when we focus so many stories of horror and violence?