The Jan Michalski Prize for Literature honors Georgia Thomson’s new translation of the title about East European victims of Nazi forced labor.
The controversial ‘1619 Project’ is coming out with two books from Penguin Random House as American publishing explores its place in the nation’s political fray.
The Cundill History Prize Lecture is set for December 1, with last year’s winner, Camilla Townsend, speaking.
The historian Margaret MacMillan, a former Cundill History Prize jury chair, speaks with current chair, Michael Ignatieff, in a Frankfurt Studio event.
Looking at ‘well-studied subjects in different ways,’ Peter Frankopan inaugurates the Thalia Potamianos Lecture Series in Athens, October 7.
With its finalists to be named from Frankfurter Buchmesse, the Cundill History Prize releases its shortlist.
‘Black Spartacus’ is a biography of Toussaint Louverture, a slave rebellion leader who died before he could see his revolution completed.
The four jurors joining Michael Ignatieff for the Cundill Prize this year are based in India, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The works featured in this installment in our Rights Roundup series include the tale of a famous pearl and ‘Magic Candies’ from Korea.
Jurors say their shortlist for the 2021 Wolfson History Prize reflects the modern relevance of history. Shortlisted authors are in the Hay Festival program on June 2.