Books

Was Golden Age Vienna the birthplace of the modern mind?

Sanghera really should have devoted more attention to the pre-Western history in Empireworld

Even if you loathed sport, you could enjoy this book — which is why it can both delight and frustrate

Labour continues to blunder down that long blind Blairite alleyway, unable to turn back or find an exit

If we outsource our decisions to
machines, we will be less capable
of navigating our own feelings

How history and heritage enrich our surroundings

A new history of graffiti and rebellion is less light and bawdy than one may have expected

The bright young things of publishing want to be involved in every line of every new book

April is the cruellest month, breeding detective fiction out of the dry land

Sanskrit isn’t the only ancient language to be affected by academic imperialism