New Books

The Way Out:
A History of Homosexuality in Modern Britain

In 1957, there were over a thousand men in prison for ‘homosexual offences’. A little over half a century later, homosexuality is an active part of the mainstream.

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Aftermath:
The Makers of the Postwar World

In a decade, between 1940 and 1950, the old world order collapsed and a new one was created. This era also produced some of the most remarkable statesmen of modern times.

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China's Forgotten People

Journalist Nick Holdstock travels into the heart of Xinjiang, and exposes the one-party state’s demonisation of all forms of dissent.

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Fragments of a Lost Homeland:
Remembering Armenia

The Armenian world was shattered by the 1915 genocide. Here the remarkable story of the Dildilian family is told through their diaries, letters and photographs.

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Dissonant Archives

The ‘archive’ is often viewed as a collection of historical documents - yet it can also determine the future. Dissonant Archives considers how contemporary artists are disrupting the function of the archive.

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Palermo, City of Kings:
The Heart of Sicily

A guide to Palermo's eventful history through the centuries, together with a survey of its most important monuments and sites.

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New Releases

The Violence of the Image

See a complete list of all our exciting new titles being published later this month.

Christina Broom

Christina Broom

The remarkable photographs of Britain's first female press photographer.

Emerging Voices

Emerging Voices Awards 2015

We are pleased to announce that Women of Karantina has been selected for the fiction longlist.

Ways With Words

Ways With Words

Don't miss our authors at The Telegraph Way With Words Festival 2015.

Modern China

China books

Browse our new titles on the world's most powerful one-party state.

Visionaries

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The first book series solely dedicated to female filmmakers, their work, influence and status.