The latest Disney shows just how far psychology has come since the moralisers of the 19th century.
A new BBC drama follows the life and loves of Vanessa Bell, sister of Virginia Woolf and centre of the famous Bloomsbury group.
It's summer, which means that the inevitable annual scrum to read the newest and hottest book on the block has begun. How exhausting.
Hotly-contested debates about the early or late canonisation of the Qur'an may be resolved by a recent discovery.
When Henry James renounced his American citizenship in 1915 in response to his country's inaction, he spearheaded a movement of writers who refused to sit on the sidelines amid turmoil in Europe.
Why oversharing, the act of sharing "too much information", is a buzzword in contemporary culture.
Southpaw looks set to be a fairly familiar boxing movie. So what can we expect?
Two decades ago, MI5's archives were surrounded by secrecy like that of the royal archives. There's a reason this has changed.
While women achieve great things on field, off-field administrators need to make sure they're supported.
Over the course of almost six decades, Doctorow – who has died – wrote himself into the canon of American literature. He embodied the virtues of a classical storyteller.
Artists and satirists have long played around with currency. With fiscal uncertainty only on the up, artsy cash is becoming more and more prevalent.
A university building and a school are two of the six buildings shortlisted for the Stirling Prize.