Whether you're looking for books on Roman history for new readers or history buffs, these are the best books on Roman history to start with.
Through its multiple points of view, literature brings to us the side of history that dictators tried to erase from collective memory.
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Want to read more literary nonfiction? These are some popular subgenres of literary nonfiction, with reading recommendations for each.
If you’re a theater and history nerd, you’ll love these books about Broadway, including general history, like The Secret Life of the American Musical: How Broadway Shows Are Built by Jack Viertel, and deep-dives on specific musicals, like In the Heights: Finding Home by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Quiara Alegría Hudes, and Jeremy McCarter.
Whether you're an anthropology professor or an everyday reader, these American cultural history books should pique your interest.
These must-read Indian history books will help you understand this diverse country and its impact on the rest of the world, including The Raj at War by Yasmin Khan.
From bad science around women to a women's history of Islam, get an education around women's issues through these women's history books.