Professor Sir David Cannadine, Education
Professor Sir David Cannadine at Bute Hall, Glasgow (Education)
We were delighted to hold the second of the Wolfson Anniversary Lectures at Bute Hall, University of Glasgow, in the city where the Wolfson Foundation's Founder, Sir Isaac Wolfson, was born in 1897.
Historian Professor Sir David Cannadine's lecture on 'The Future of Higher Education' is available to watch via the media player below, with introductions by Sir Kenneth Calman (Chancellor, University of Glasgow) and Dame Janet Wolfson de Botton (Chairman, Wolfson Foundation), and closing words from Professor Anton Muscatelli (Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glasgow) and the Rt Hon Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland). A transcript of the lecture is available here.
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'Wolfson's legacy a lesson in humanity' (5 October)
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Sir Kenneth Calman, Chancellor, University of Glasgow, opens the evening
Dame Janet Wolfson de Botton, Chairman of the Wolfson Foundation, welcomes our
Professor Sir David Cannadine, Dodge Professor of History, Princeton, and Trustee of
the Wolfson Foundation
Professor Anton Muscatelli, Vice-Principal, University of
Glasgow introduces the First Minister of Scotland
First Minister of Scotland, the Rt Hon Nicola Sturgeon MSP, praises Sir Isaac Wolfson’s
legacy and thanks our speakers
First Minister of Scotland with Wolfson Foundation Trustees the Hon Mrs Laura
Wolfson Townsley, Professor Sir David Cannadine, and Dame Janet Wolfson de Botton