Written by Georgia Smith. What is history? The question retains its validity, evidenced by the recent release of a spiritual successor to E.H. Carr’s 1961 modern classic. As Georgia Smith’s review argues, the question is more what histories should be, rather than how they are constructed.
Written by Sofia Parkinson Klimaschewski. The practice of archaeology is one that has been recorded through photography for over a hundred years. But how do we unpack archaeological photography, and how do these photographs themselves become artefacts?
Written by Inge Erdal. The concept of totalitarianism has a long and twisted history through Europe’s twentieth century. It has been latched upon from all political angles, but does it really have any analytical use?