An examination of panpsychism's history.
Iranian and Persian identity in America.
The Greeks rallied under the word "ochi", or no, as the Italians attempted to gain control of Greece during 1940-1941.
The origins and contested meanings of Bastille Day.
Scattered across 15,000 square km of rolling hills, rice paddies, and forests of Xieng Khouang Province in Laos is a mysterious plain of jars.
For the survivors who passed through displaced persons camps in Germany alone, their time in the camps was a chance to reestablish their identities as Jews.
Even now, in the age of Google Maps, its name is synonymous with the unknown edges of the world: welcome to Timbuktu.
John Houston takes a less melodic look at the transformation of the Battle of Waterloo from "fact to myth," from history to literature.
Early writings of Charles Babbage.
In a paper for Eighteenth-Century Ireland, Martyn J. Powell discusses the politics that seem to have limited the use of debtors' prisons in Ireland.