We are all historians of our own here and now

Despite three decades of independence, Estonia’s Soviet past is still a cause of division

We need trustees who actually believe in our museums

The rebranding of Anglo-Saxon England is senseless and silly

The fall and rise of Istanbul under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Recovering from the burden of generational pain can be a private act

A bogus narrative is obscuring history and diminishing our national pride

As much as we might wish that history had been different, virtue cannot grow from the soil of falsehood

Dethroned: The Downfall of India’s Princely States by John Zubrzycki

The life and death of Tiberius Gracchus illustrate the virtues of populism