Jul 6, 2018
What can we learn from the trials, tribulations and shipwrecks of our collective human past? How does that past shape the human story today? How can we liberate history from its eurocentric roots? And, most importantly, what's the link between history and jazz?
Ben chats with the Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University, and renowned historian/historiographer, Daniel Woolf.
Read the blog post for this episode.
About the Guest
Dr. Daniel Woolf has been the Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University since 2009. He continues to teach part-time, and is a specialist in early modern British cultural history and the history of historical thought and writing. Principal Woolf is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, the Royal Society of Canada and the Royal Historical Society. He is the author or editor of numerous books on history and historiography, including the five-volume Oxford History of Historical Writing.