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Engaging with students on the history of mathematics would do far more than pretending that the subject abounds with racism
Bernd Fischer and the need for precision
The harsh reality is that the nuclear revolution is irreversible and makes major wars significantly less likely
The universal realities of life, love and death are at the core of the strength of the monarchy
Cricket fans are the ultimate non-conformists
The painter Ilya Repin straddled both Ukrainian and Russian cultures
Twinkly-eyed twentieth century mischief makers have crashed out of fashion
Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all
France’s cycle of social unrest and politically polarised elections has its roots in the Algerian conflict and the ensuing unresolved struggle for the soul of the nation
Part two of Mahan Esfahani’s deconstruction of the modern association of pianist Glenn Gould with Bach’s Goldberg Variations
Trans charity Global Butterflies seems harmless — but are they really cuckoos in the nest?
Laura Dodsworth interviews Matt Walsh, the man behind the controversial new film on gender
Can Northern Irish politics evolve beyond nationalism and republicanism?