Mark
Camilleri

Mark Camilleri is a historian and chairman of the National Book Council.

Keeping vilification law is about power politics
Blogs
We shouldn’t allow the Nationalists to scaremonger their way into power...
Dogma and untruths in the name of St Augustine’s despotic God
Blogs
It is only natural that the head of the Catholic Church in Malta would oppose...
A national language debate stifled by righteousness
Blogs
If the council expects to release communiques in the form of diktats, without...
Our books are our country
Blogs
The publication of great pieces of Maltese literature and academia is an...
Malta’s greatest historian ever
Blogs
Godfrey Wettinger was a laborious student of history who grew up to challenge...
An appeal to re-think cultural policy
Blogs
Serving to all its intents and purposes as a pseudo-intellectual diatribe...
Greece – It’s about your future, not your money
Blogs
We cannot afford to be short sighted at a time of great historical change in...
Reasons to rejoice: book consumption is on the rise
Blogs
The National Book Festival can only exist as a contributing component to the...