Two illustrations for Internazionale magazine about the controversial long-term sexual relationship between Thomas Jefferson and the enslaved woman Sally Hemings. Historians now broadly agree that he was the father of her six children, and according to author Robin Morgan, this is "a tale of power over, of rape, of blatant ownership".
Two illustrations for Internazionale magazine about he history of Czechoslovak LSD, which is one of the greatest phenomena of the second half of the 20th century according to the author Aleksander Kaczorowski.
Thanks to Alberto Notarbartolo, as always!
An illustration for Columbia College Today describing the intensified anxieties about the 2020 elections, and the complicated history of the right to vote in the US. Author Michael Waldman.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Three illustrations for Arizona Highways about the Exodus Trail: in 1875, both the Yavapai and the Apache people were removed from their Rio Verde reservation in Arizona and force-marched by U.S. soldiers in terrible conditions, nearly 200 miles, to the barren desert of San Carlos. In December 2016, a group of hikers walked the same trail and mapped it with GPS. Thanks to AD Keith Whitney for the great assignment.
Cover illustration of BBC World Histories about how the Romans have shaped the world of today.
Seven experts discuss the enduring legacies of Roman expansionism, including humour, food and government.
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank, as always!
Cover illustration for BBC World Histories about how the views of the Aztec people have long been shaped by accounts written by Spanish invaders and colonial settlers. If we focus instead on the Aztecs' own records, a very different picture emerges. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always!
Cover illustration for the BBC World Histories, about today's obsession for the Second World War and its long-lasting legacy in our everyday life. Experts discuss why we can't escape its grip.
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always.
Cover illustration for BBC World Histories about the role of China in the global history. Has the Asian giant always been the world's greatest superpower, and is Europe and America's dominance just a blip?
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always!
In the upcoming issue of World Histories, the feature story is about the crusades and how they shaped today's world. Six experts discuss whether those events continue to affect lives and politics in the region and around the globe today. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor matt Elton, as always!
Latest cover illustration for the BBC World Histories. This issue focuses on the lessons history can teach us about how enemies can forge a lasting and secure peace. Thanks to ad Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always.
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