Daniel James Sharp finds Rory Stewart's memoir charming but flawed.
The author of 'The Closing of the Western Mind' on ancient Greece, Christianity, and the narrowing of public discourse today.
Khadija Khan on why a hijab-clad statue in Birmingham is a faux pas, celebrating a symbol of oppression against women rather than their freedom and dignity.
Frances Lynch rediscovers a radical English composer who had been neglected by history because she was female.
The Barbie doll, argues Khadija Khan, continues to impose commercially dictated stereotypes on girls, whatever the new movie suggests to the contrary.
Review of Jed Perl's 'Authority and Freedom: A Defense of the Arts'.