Past Faculty

(Ernest) Llewellyn Woodward

School of Historical Studies
Affiliation
Historical Studies

From the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography:

In 1951, [Ernest Llewellyn] Woodward left [Oxford] for the United States, for a research professorship at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. [...] In his later years, Woodward produced a number of books, including his Great Britain and the War of 1914–1918 (1967), but his main project (apart from editing the Documents on British Foreign Policy series) was to write a multi-volume work, British Foreign Policy in the Second World War, based on unpublished documents in the Foreign and Cabinet offices. 

“Sir (Ernest) Llewellyn Woodward” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2006)

Dates at IAS
Emeritus
  • Historical Studies
7/19616/1971
Faculty
  • Historical Studies
9/19516/1960
Member
  • Historical Studies
9/195012/1950 Fall
Member
  • Historical Studies
9/194612/1946 Fall
Degrees
M.A., 1914
Honors
Knighted 1952
LittD(hc) Princeton Univ 1946
Am Philos Soc
FBA
Hon Fellow Corpus Christi and Worcester Colleges