Marek Kohn
Marek Kohn is an author and journalist. His most recent book is Turned Out Nice: How the British Isles will Change as the World Heats Up.

Written by Marek Kohn

A model of a Neanderthal child at the Neanderthal Museum in Krapina, Croatia. Photo by Nikola Solic/Reuters

Essay/
Evolution
The Neanderthal mind

Troglodytes who couldn’t compete, or humans with complex culture? The mystery of our nearest relatives deepens

Marek Kohn

Muscat, Oman. Photo by Bruno Barbey/Magnum

Essay/
Ethics
Us and them

From newborns to nation states, we trust similarity. But does that mean we must hate difference?

Marek Kohn

The Pont de Normandie bridge over the Seine estuary. Photo by Jean Gaumy/Magnum

Essay/
Architecture
The thousand-year stare

We can build structures that last for centuries, but can we connect with our distant descendants?

Marek Kohn