While away the winter with would-be classics
Not all is grim and gloom in the British Library’s Tales of the Weird series
Pass the time by these passages into times present and past: post-war to Covid-era
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s many passions included a view of Empire that would today be regarded as racist
From Shakespeare to Agatha Christie, crime novels invoke the genre’s heritage, sometimes ably and sometimes not
Which group of non-teachers run the universities: Vice-chancellors or UCU leaders?
As the days quicken and the shadows lengthen, our thoughts turn naturally to murder
Professor Jeremy Black rounds up the best autumnal reads that are successful in grounding a sense of place
Was Yorktown really a triumph more significant than Nelson’s at Trafalgar?
Debt-ridden universities are demonstrating consistently poor prioritisation in decision-making