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Alex Woolf
Born1963 (age 55–56)
Boxmoor, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
NationalityBritish
OccupationMedieval historian
Notable work
New Edinburgh History of Scotland

Alex Woolf, (born 12 July 1963) is a British medieval historian and academic. He specialises in the history of the Britain and Ireland and to a lesser extent Scandinavia in the Early Middle Ages, with a particular emphasis on interaction and comparison across traditional ethnic boundaries. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of St Andrews.[1]

He is author of volume two in the New Edinburgh History of Scotland, covering the period between 789 and 1070. For this he won the 2008 Saltire Society award for "history book of the year".

He is the younger brother of the Ancient Historian Greg Woolf.

Academic career

In 1995, Woolf was appointed a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Wales, Lampeter.[2] From 1997 to 2001, he was a lecturer in Celtic and early Scottish history and culture at the University of Edinburgh.[1] In 2001, he moved to the University of St Andrews as a lecturer in history:[1][2] he was later promoted to senior lecturer.[1]

Selected works

  • "Caedualla Rex Brettonum and the passing of the Old North", Northern History 41.1, 1-20 (2004)
  • Woolf, Alex, ed. (2005). Beyond the Gododdin: dark age Scotland in medieval Wales: the Proceedings of a Day Conference Held on 19 February 2005. St Andrews: University of St. Andrews, Committee for Dark Age Studies. ISBN 978-0951257388.
  • Woolf, Alex, ed. (2006). Landscape and environment in Dark Age Scotland. St Andrews: The Committee for Dark Age Studies, University of St Andrews. ISBN 978-0951257364.
  • "Dun Nechtain, Fortriu and the Geography of the Picts"; Scottish Historical Review 2006 ; 85(2): 182-201
  • "The expulsion of the Irish from Dyfed"; Ireland and Wales in the Middle Ages; Karen Jankulak, Jonathan Wooding (ed); Four Courts Press 2007; 102-115
  • Woolf, Alex (2007). From Pictland to Alba, 789-1070 (New Edinburgh History of Scotland). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 978-0748612345.
  • Woolf, Alex, ed. (2009). Scandinavian Scotland, 20 Years After: the proceedings of a day conference held on 19 February 2007. St Andrews: University of St. Andrews, Committee for Dark Age Studies. ISBN 978-0951257371.


References

  1. ^ a b c d "Dr Alex Woolf". School of History. University of St Andrews. Retrieved 30 September 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Spotlight on Alex Woolf". St Andrews School of History. University of St Andrews. 1 February 2013. Retrieved 30 September 2017.

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