Mythos is a superb retelling of the most famous Greek myths. Stephen Fry takes these well-known tales and tells them in a way that manages to feel both fresh and exciting, while remaining accessible so that no prior knowledge of Greek mythology is required.
When the Italian National Fascist Party rose to power under the leadership of Benito Mussolini in October 1922, they brought along with them the promise of a revitalised Roman Empire.
The Ancient Macedonian court is a fascinating setting of intrigue and conflict, particularly because of the involvement of women in dynastic politics.
In India, January 26th is a day synonymous with national pride and Indian autonomy.
Australia in the 1920s and 1930s saw the emergence of a distinctive form of transnationalism, in which Indigenous Australian activists revealed their transnational engagement with the world.