National Post Columns from 2001

Robert Fulford has been a columnist for the National Post since 1999.
His most recent columns are available on the National Post website.

COLUMN DATE
The Winnipeg view of art in Border Crossings December 31, 2001
Why deny the obvious? West is best December 29, 2001
A culture drowning in nostalgia December 24, 2001
The Massey Report: did it send us the wrong way? December 22, 2001
Long-take classics from Welles, Scorsese & co December 18, 2001
What's a national poet? Think of Milosz or Amichai December 15, 2001
Janet Malcolm and the essence of Chekhov December 11, 2001
The perverse logic of suicide terrorism December 8, 2001
In the age of museum building December 4, 2001
Sheila Copps & the marketing of culture December 1, 2001
The contentious career of Dwight Macdonald November 27, 2001
Chaos v. civilization? We're neutral November 24, 2001
David Mamet's films November 20, 2001
Unbearable niceness from the misanthropic V.S. Naipaul November 17, 2001
The agony and the ecstasy of a Giller juror November 13, 2001
The strange popularity of the word "closure" November 10, 2001
The Battle for God November 6, 2001
Doug Collins & Allan Fotheringham November 3, 2001
The diaries of Northrop Frye October 30, 2001
Prince Hal camped on the Potomac October 27, 2001
Stanley Spencer October 23, 2001
New York's defiant life, and its memento mori October 20, 2001
Rage, pathos and theological spin October 13, 2001
A war between civilizations October 9, 2001
From delusions to destruction October 6, 2001
William Weintraub October 2, 2001
Don't buff the sharp edges off Islam September 29, 2001
Robert Hunter September 25, 2001
Toronto's waterfront September 22, 2001
Anti-American cant a self-inflicted wound September 22, 2001
'Pure rascality' has lost its shine September 18, 2001
U.S. bashing no longer a game September 14, 2001
The beginning of a dark new era September 12, 2001
Gary Condit September 11, 2001
Language censorship September 4, 2001
Mendacious litigation August 28, 2001
Yasukuni shrine August 21, 2001
Dinosaur discoveries August 14, 2001
Falstaff August 7, 2001
The CRTC August 4, 2001
William Smith July 31, 2001
Planet of the Apes July 26, 2001
Euphemisms July 24, 2001
Objectivity in journalism July 23, 2001
Truly legendary director Allen Smithee July 17, 2001
Toronto City Hall houses China's lies July 12, 2001
Mike Harris and the arts July 10, 2001
Toronto's Olympic bid July 7, 2001
Mordecai Richler: an obituary tribute July 4, 2001
David Riesman's The Lonely Crowd July 3, 2001
Vietnam War resisters in Canada June 26, 2001
ideaCity, part 3 June 23, 2001
ideaCity, part 2 June 22, 2001
ideaCity, part 1 June 21, 2001
Junichiro Koizumi and Japanese individualism June 19, 2001
OCAP and The Toronto Star June 18, 2001
David Manning, imaginary film critic June 12, 2001
The international success of Canadian literature June 6, 2001
The many names of @ June 5, 2001
Canadian creativity May 30, 2001
Charles Ritchie May 29, 2001
The history of @ May 22, 2001
Anthony van Dyck in Toronto May 15, 2001
Fraudulent movie endings May 8, 2001
After Darwin May 3, 2001
The Raymond Chandler papers May 1, 2001
Lying in our time April 24, 2001
My life as a highschool dropout April 18, 2001
The Canadian Forum: alive or dead? April 17, 2001
Philosopher Ted Honderich tells his story April 10, 2001
Edward Said April 3, 2001
Chatelaine magazine March 27, 2001
The great Rahim Jaffer phone-in hoax March 21, 2001
I.B.Singer's More Stories from My Father's Court March 20, 2001
Niall Ferguson, Part 3 March 16, 2001
Niall Ferguson, Part 2 March 15, 2001
Niall Ferguson, Part 1 March 14, 2001
Bruce Mau: a critical view of Life Style March 13, 2001
Greg Curnoe March 6, 2001
The bizarre poetry of random encounters February 27, 2001
DVDs February 20, 2001
Sanxingdui: ancient Sichuan revealed February 13, 2001
The history of common objects February 6, 2001
David Irving: the libel trial re-examined January 30, 2001
Dylan Thomas: The Collected Letters January 27, 2001
Marguerite Duras & Robert Brasillach January 23, 2001
Canada: A People's History on CBC-TV January 16, 2001
The Nobel Prize January 9, 2001
V.S. Naipaul & Diana Athill January 2, 2001

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