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  • Circe’s Etruscan Drugs
  • 01 July 2022, Jessica Lightfoot
  • When only four words of a poet’s entire output in a specific genre survive to the present day, is there really anything of substance that we can say about this...

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  • Ruling Children: Boy Kings in Medieval Europe
  • 08 August 2022, Emily Joan Ward
  • The succession of a child king was a relatively common occurrence across medieval Europe, but kingship is still usually studied from an adult-focused perspective...
  • The Age of the Gas Mask
  • 01 August 2022, Susan R. Grayzel
  • We are living in a global age of masks.  The face coverings that many of us have worn since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic range from medical-grade...
  • Revising Spatial Frames in East African History
  • 28 July 2022, Philip Gooding
  • In On the Frontiers of the Indian Ocean World: A History of Lake Tanganyika, c.1830-1890, I seek to challenge how East African history is conceived in space....