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Charlie Taverner reviews a ‘thorough and stimulating’ major exhibition exploring our relationship with milk and its place in global politics, society, and culture.

The Politics of Humiliation

Samuel Clark reviews a ‘thoughtful’ look at the role public humiliation has played in modern society.

Memory and the English Reformation

Sarah Johanesen reviews this edited collection, which explores ‘how the Reformation embedded itself in the early modern cultural imagination’, and suggests that its ‘continuation through social memory means it never really ended’.

Gender, Health, and Healing, 1250-1550

Sandra Cavallo reviews this edited collection, which ‘advances our awareness of the variety, persistence, and pervasiveness of women’s contributions to the maintenance and restoration of health’ in medieval Europe.