From aubergines to frostbite via finger-counting.
With a review of the 2016 Artes Mundi show, actress Harriet Walter and author Amitav Ghosh
Christopher Kissane explores the role of food in past and present conflicts over identity.
Anindya Raychaudhuri considers people's memories of India and Pakistan in 1947.
Poet Sarah Jackson explores the phone and its voices in philosophy and fiction.
Leah Broad considers 'the woman question' in 19th-century Scandinavian countries.
New Generation Thinker Seán Williams on the depiction of hairdressers in prints and prose
New Generation Thinker Anindya Raychaudhuri on aerial bombardment & the Spanish Civil War
New Generation Thinker Seán Williams on Friedrich Nietzsche's criticism of universities
New Generation Thinker Victoria Donovan on the hidden history of Ukraine's Welsh miners
Visions of Antarctica in the diaries of Apsley Cherry-Garrard and the art of Sidney Nolan
2016 New Generation Thinker Leah Broad on the rerelease of Peter Watkins' documentary
New Generation Thinker Katherine Cooper on writer Margaret Storm Jameson
New Generation Thinker Chris Kissane discusses ideas of citizenship.
2016 New Gen Thinker Edmund Richardson with the story of spiritualist Daniel Dunglas Home
2016 New Generation Thinker Christopher Kissane explores food's forgotten role in history
New Generation Thinker, Louisa Egbunike, on the bloodline between Beyoncé and Flora Nwapa
Arithmetic, Computus and Communication From Rome to the Middle Ages with Seb Falk
Medieval Sciences Historian Seb Falk counts on his fingers in an early medieval style
Rana Mitter introduces the ten academics named as the New Generation Thinkers for 2016.