Includes: New discoveries in British Renaissance art
Meeting Hitler’s biographer
How terrorists learn
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An irresistible argument
Michaela Benzeval and Nick Buck
Count us in! Quantitative skills for a new generation
The Race Relations Act @ 50 conference: Where were you?
How terrorist groups ‘learn’: Innovation and adaptation in political violence
Ian Kershaw in conversation with Diarmaid MacCulloch
Fairy tales at the British Academy
Under the microscope: New discoveries in British Renaissance art
Tarnya Cooper and Charlotte Bolland
An Eastern Mediterranean region like never before
Digital communication technologies and the Occupy movement
Battling the gods
A newly identified Scottish Boethius manuscript: Rethinking Scotland’s intellectual and literary culture in the Middle Ages
A history of early modern Catholicism in a single object: John Hay’s manuscript Apologia (c.1598)
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