The founder of the Carthusian Order died on 6 October, 1101.
Volume 51 Issue 10 October 2001
Rosalind D’Eugenio reviews 300 years of academic history.
John D. Pelzer shows the connections between jazz, youth and the German Occupation.
Nicholas Orme investigates toys, games and childhood in the Middle Ages.
Richard Monte presents the forthcoming Polish film adaptation of Quo Vadis.
Charles Saumarez Smith, Director of the National Portrait Gallery, reflects on some of the issues raised by the exhibition 'Painted Ladies: Women at the Court of Charles II'.
Roy Porter opens our new series on Picturing History, based on a series of lectures organised in conjunction with Reaktion Books, and shows how 18th-century images of the medical profession flow over into the work of political caricaturists.
W.A. Coupe explores the polarised opinions aroused by the 'Iron Chancellor', as revealed in the German press.
Anthony Fletcher outlines the Victoria County History's exciting plans for a new century.
Matthew Hughes on new evidence on the 1961 death of the UN Secretary-General.