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Child survivors told of the Rwandan genocide
Based on the testimonies of orphans who escaped the genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda in 1994, the historian Hélène Dumas offers a unique perspective on this key event of the 20th century.
Shutting Down the “Boy Factory”
Could it be that the difficulties experienced by boys in secondary school originate from the conflicting messages they receive for the construction of their masculine identity?
The Legacy of World War I
The war left Europe devastated and bankrupt. It radically changed the world, giving rise to a new economic, political, and cultural order.
And then Came Agriculture
How did agriculture spread throughout Europe from the Middle East over 8 000 years ago? A comparative study of personal ornaments worn by populations of hunter-gatherers and those worn by the first...
How Many Sexes Are There?
WWI: Origins of a Conflict
The Turbulent History of the Suez Canal
"The pandemic has shown that not all lives are equal"
The Middle Ages brought Epicurus out of the underworld
Covid-19 variants are a game-changer