Articles with keyword "England"
Industrial Revolution made space for playthings for children.
A GPS for sixteenth-century travelers.
Digital humanities project recreates what John Donne sounded like at the pulpit for Gunpowder Day Sermon in 1622
Getting Donne down, virtually
The story of an entrepreneurial artist and an avid book collector
The legendary Queen Elizabeth of England is the subject of a new exhibition on the 400th anniversary of her death.
An English countess creates the basis for computer software.
Gainsborough abandons portraiture to portray the idyllic in English country life.
Middle East scholar Bernard Lewis reflects with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole on relations between Islamic and Christian societies.
Smith's experiences as a pirate, mercenary, and Turkish slave prepare him to survive in the New World.