Written by Melissa Kane. Tales of the dead coming back to haunt us have been told throughout history, varying across time and region. ‘A Natural History of Ghosts’ explores the phenomenon of the supernatural and how the relationship between the living and the dead has an important contemporary relevance.
Written by Finlay Cormack. Whilst Europe was in the grips of the First World War, civil war was devastating Russia. What appeared in the initial years of fighting to be a likely victory for the anti-Bolshevik White Army, internal struggle and foreign intervention would inevitably lead to their downfall.
Written by Alex Smith. The fortress system of Nubia is often overshadowed by the pyramids when discussing Ancient Egyptian architecture. Key for regulating trade and its role in offensive policy, Alex Smith revisits this complex system in the south of Egypt.