People are asking why the classic art market has declined — and will it recover?

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

Children of Athens is an absorbing romp through Greek (and Roman) history

The tyranny of DEI, the canard of “decolonisation” and the rise of the bureaucrats

Chula finds a cultural confidence in Malawi that is lacking in the contemporary West

A trio of 20th century novels each offer a different desideratum for the discerning lounger

Stephen Kershaw may have taken accessibility too far in his classical account

While away the winter with would-be classics

The modern hegemony of the “liberal professions” has become one of the principal challenges to liberal democracy

What masterpieces hide on tired and musty shelves?