sepia toned photograph of a woman sitting at a desk reading a letter

Saints, social reformers, journalists, poets and feminists

black and white photograph portrait of Melitta Bentz

How a housewife from Dresden revolutionised the way we drink coffee

a close up picture of spools of lace bunched together, in the process of being made into a lace work.

Antwerp and the making of European history

black and white photograph, group of people protesting with placards and posters

Strike in London for the rights of women and migrant workers

Three women writing Caribbean and European stories

colour photograph, a white mosque building with mosaic panels and green domes

The United Kingdom's first purpose-built place of Islamic worship

Tracing the early history of the city's Jewish communities

black and white photograph of three female models wearing dresses and hats standing outside a building

Tradition and politics in the designs of Yugoslavia's leading designer

black and white photograph, conductor leading a concert orchestra

Music and migration in the 20th century

colour photograph, text of a poem in Dutch, painted white on a blue rectangle on a red brick wall

The Dutch tradition of displaying poems on streets and walls

Forgotten stories of three buildings in Belarus

black and white photograph of a hand reaching to a packet of cigarettes

Meet the man who gave his name to tobacco's addictive stimulant

colour photograph, a view of Leeds with an equestrian statue in a city square

Art, industry and culture in Yorkshire's capital city

a sepia studio picture of a woman in fine clothing with a decorated hat, putting on a delicate white glove

Over a century of Croatian fashion history

colour illustration of a bunch of colourful flowers in yellow, red, orange

Explore and enjoy stunning plants while colouring

a black and white print portrait of Jacobus Capitein

Enslavement, theology and a literary legacy

blank ink drawing of a large white art nouveau house

An Art Nouveau home by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald

colour photograph, names written in chalk around two stolperstein

Paving stones across Europe to commemorate victims of persecution

black and white illustration of a woman crying into a curtain

Artworks inspired by stories and literature, girlhood and feminism