How has cryptography enabled us to communicate secretly? Julia Lorke and Signe Klange investigate
70 years after Hiroshima, Fatema Kassamali on a book that documents how German physicists reacted, unaware they were being bugged
The workshop consists in a unique mix of observation, drawing and discussion with a philosopher of science and an historian of medicine.
Art Historian Andrew Graham-Dixon examines Henry Tonks’ remarkable watercolours documenting the facial injuries suffered by servicemen during the First World War. He examines them in the context of Harold Gillies’ early experiments in plastic surgery and considers them both as works of art and aids to surgery.
Daniel Pick’s look at the Nazi experience is strong on history but weaker on psychology …