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The Kerala school derived an important mathematical proof — and then fizzled out.
He fled racial abuse in America, fought for his native land in France and still got ignored by posterity.
This Victorian British woman schooled male adventurers.
These bold London lads took on the Crown, stole millions and might have escaped detection … had they not thrown the dice.
How public art commemorates its history at a seat of knowledge.
Danes and Germans only need a single word for cozy, warm and welcoming environments.
France’s first striptease in 1893 prompted excitement … and an investigation, a trial and a riot.
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In unsettled times, Europe’s right-wing youth are turning to a racially charged credo with roots in the Third Reich.
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Believe it or not, fathers, your baby by any other name would still smell as sweet.
Not succeeding in business used to guarantee public and prolonged derision. Today, it can be applauded.
Catalina de Erauso wore her armor proudly — until she had to take it off to save her life.
Painting intricate images of war, Elizabeth Thompson Butler was a woman who changed art.