Black and British: A Forgotten History addresses one of the greatest silences in British historiography.
How Richard Hoggart's poor upbringing informed his classic book.
Author Jeff VanderMeer imagines a super-advanced biotech bear.
Perry Anderson's book asks whether dominance is based on consent or coercion.
Sarah Schulman's book concludes that learning from conflict can be done, though this may mean redefining safe spaces.
Islam has long embraced European modernity – but its values are under threat.
Phil Whitaker's book is a fast-paced missing-person investigation that explores the complexities of sisterly strife.
In our world dominated by the hard men (and women) of the new right, the book reads more as a chill warning.
Edward Docx's philosophical novel follows a father and sons on their last journey.
Journals help their authors understand the truth of lived experience, reveals a new exhibition.
Thomas Morris's book The Matter of the Heart is not for the squeamish.