This public lecture was delivered by Stephen W. Angell in 2013.
A public lecture by Betsy Cazden.
This talk was given on September 3, 2014 at the University of Stavanger at a research seminar to celebrate 200 years of Quaker presence in Norway.
This public lecture recorded at Woodbrooke in 2012, examines the relationship of John Wollman with his families former slaves.
This public lecture recorded at Woodbrooke in 2012, James Proud, a direct descendent of Woolman, talks about the process of writing and editing Woolman’s works.
Justin Meggitt talks to us about the history of Quakers and Muslims in the seventeenth century
John Kershner a postgraduate student in Quaker studies presents his thesis topic about John Woolman.