By Editor Spencer J. Weinreich How the mightily Protestant have fallen. Almost five hundred years after Geneva deposed its (absentee)
By Editor Derek Kane O’Leary American sculptor Bela Pratt imagined the above statue in 1916, but it was never built.
By guest contributor Pranav Kumar Jain Since the publication of The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History, Professor Samuel Moyn
By guest contributor Dr. Dina Gusejnova This is the third and final installment of “The state, and revolution,” following the
By guest contributor Dr. Dina Gusejnova The introduction to “The state, and revolution” can be found here. Museums and libraries
by guest contributor Andrew Dunstall The JHI Blog is pleased to announce a new occasional feature, a forum bringing together
by guest contributor Patrick Anthony Amidst the great diversity of ideas and perspectives circulating at this year’s History of Science
by Emily Rutherford Last week, I was meant to be teaching the women’s suffrage movement to my modern British history