Today marks 100 years since women were granted the vote in Britain. To commemorate this centenary, we’ve put together an essential reading list of I.B.Tauris books covering the evolution of women’s position in British society.
To mark London Pride Month 2017, read on for an exclusive extract from ‘Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars’ by Stephen Bourne.
Turkey stands at the crossroads of world politics: caught between the West and the Middle East; bordering Syria and the frontiers of ISIS; excluded from the EU and governed by an increasingly hard-line leader. Recent events – both the failed military coup and Erdoğan’s subsequent nationwide crackdown – have propelled this young democracy into a new chapter of turbulence.
Alex Wright, Executive Editor at I.B.Tauris, talked to Philip Almond about his new book Afterlife: A History of Life After Death, which is published on 9 June 2016. ALEX: Phil, I realise to my great satisfaction and pride that you and I have been working together since 1988, the year I published The British Discovery …
Cornelius Norbertus Gijsbrechts (c.1610 – after 1675), Trompe l’oeil. The Reverse of a Framed Painting, 1670
In September 1814, European rulers were in the midst of what may well have been the most extravagant celebration in history— the Congress of Vienna.
The man who made modern China, Deng Xiaoping is seen by its current leaders as the model to be emulated.
Featuring In the Name of the People, The New Emperors, and The Secret World.
Scattered Ghosts combines memoir and travel to resurrect 200 years of wars and revolutions.
Out today, Nina Edwards’ Dressed for War.
Discover what’s new in 2015 in Middle East studies, History, Politics, Religion and Fine Art.
This week sees the return of our Short Histories series, with introductions to Ancient Greece and the New Testament.
‘Waspish, quick-witted, and eloquent’, our new Hugh Trevor-Roper book receives advanced praise.