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Why Frankenstein still stalks readers 200 years later

With Frankenstein Mary Shelley created not only a literary classic, but also an enduringly poignant antiheroic character in the manmade monster who still stalks popular culture today – 200 years after the book was first published in 1818

New Generation Thinkers: What to expect

Ahead of the announcement of this year's group of New Generation Thinkers, here's an interview between New Generation Thinkers, Dr Alistair Fraser and Dr Sophie Coulombeau.

Making History with Data: Bringing UK Archaeology to the World

The American Association for the Advancement of Science might not seem like the first choice of event for archaeologists researching Iron Age settlements in the UK. But the truth is, archaeologists break through the boundaries between science and humanities all the time

Vote100: Remembering the fight for women's suffrage

To mark the centenary of the Representation of the people act that gave some women in the UK the vote for the first time, we’ve interviewed three suffrage scholars on why February 6th 1918 is a date none of us should forget.