Irene Coltman Brown focusses on a staunch 17th-century republican prepared to die for his beliefs.
Volume 34 Issue 2 February 1984
Arthur Marwick teaches some history lessons from the Open University.
Krzysztof Z. Cieszkowski examines the life of the 19th-century prize pugilist-turned-preacher, William Thompson.
Michael Hunter discusses works uncovering a period of scientific revolution.
'The Genius of Venice' at the Royal Academy, Winter 1983/4
Rosemary Day considers Oxford and Cambridge in the Tudor and Stewart age
Breaking away from the limited perspectives of American history long prevalent in Britain, Alistair Hennessy contributes to a clearer understanding of historical processes which have too often been considered as unique to the United States.
The ability of Jinnah to unite a series of political expediencies with the popular appeal of Islam to demand a separate state for the Muslim people, has brought him the accolade 'the founder of Pakistan'.