Dr. Daniel Woolf



Profesor de Historia y decano del Departamento de Historia de Queen's University.

e-mail: woolfd@queensu.ca


Algunas publicaciones recientes

Woolf, D., general editor (2011-12). The Oxford History of Historical Writing, 5 vols. Nueva York: Oxford University Press.

Woolf, D. (2011). A Global History of History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Woolf, D.; Jones, N. L. eds. (2007). Local Identities in Late Medieval and Early Modern England. Basinfstoke y Nueva York: Palgrave Macmillan.



Woolf, D. (2006). "Of Nations, Nationalism, and National Identity: Reflections on the Historiographic Organization of the Past", in Q. Edward Wang & Franz Fillafer, eds. The Many Faces of Clio Cross-cultural Approaches to Historiography. New York: Berghahn Books, pp. 71-103.

Woolf, D. (2006). "From Hystories to the Historical: Five Transitions in Thinking about the Past, 1500-1700", en Paulina Kewes, ed., The Uses of History in Early Modern England, tema especial del Huntington Library Quarterly , 68.1 and 2 (2005), 33-70 (reimpreso en tapa dura por la University of California Press, 2006).

Woolf, D. (2005). "Historiography", en M.C. Horowitz, ed. New Dictionary of the History of Ideas. New York: Scribners, vol. 1, pp. xxxv-lxxxviii.

Woolf, D. (1997). "Little Crosby and the Horizons of Early Modern Historical Culture", en Donald R. Kelley y David Harris Sacks, eds. The Historical Imagination in Early Modern Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 93-132.

Woolf, D. (1997). "A Feminine Past? Gender, Genre, and Historical Knowledge in England, 1500-1800". The American Historical Review, vol. 102, n.3, pp. 645-647.

Woolf, D. (1991). "Memory and Historical Culture in Early Modern England". Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de la Societé historique du Canada, vol. 2, n. 1, pp. 283-308.

Woolf, D. (1988). "The 'Common Voice': History, Folklore and Oral Tradition in Early Modern England". Past and Present, n. 120, pp. 26-52.

Woolf, D. (1988). "Genre into Artifact: The Decline of the English Chronicle in the Sixteenth Century". Sixteenth Century Journal, vol. 19, n. 3, pp. 321-354.

Woolf, D. (1987). "Erudition and the Idea of History in Renaissance England". Renaissance Quaterly, vol. 40, n.1, pp. 11-48.