Iraq is not a twentieth century Crusade

Oxford historian Christopher Tyerman delivers a polemic speech against rhetorical comparisons between the war on terror and the crusades

Salman Rushdie and Trump: Migration, modernity, and transformation

William Arlid Crona writes about Rushdie's latest

A feminist rereading of Austen for 2018

The 18th century novel is surprisingly relevant to the issues facing women today

Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature: reflections on Kazuo Ishiguro’s...

Did the Swedish Academy miss the subtlety of his writing?

Philosophical economists and privatised oceans

Barney Pite reviews Varoufakis’ Talking to My Daughter About the Economy

‘The worst Chosen One who’s ever been chosen’

'Carry On: The Rise and Fall of Simon Snow' offers an unconventional take on the 'Chosen One' genre

Review: Fall Out

Tim Shipman reveals the chaos and bitterness of post-referendum politics

Toxic Masculinity and the Mythopoetical Movement

Books like Michael Meade's Men and Waters of Life are just as important as Feminist classics in the fight towards equality

Review: ‘Women & Power: A Manifesto’ by Mary Beard

Beard’s new book shows that new trolls are using the same old tricks to silence women

12 books to get you through 2018

You may need these books to survive 2018, if it is as rocky as 2017

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Government announces student loan interest rate rises

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Oxford to confront colonial past in £20,000 project

The move will include returning treasures seized during the time of the British Empire, and the study of more black and Asian thinkers on degree courses