Bishop William Stubbs is known as the father of Modern History.
Here are some quick facts about Bishop William Stubbs:
|Birth||21 June 1825|
|Death||22 April 1901|
|Alma mater||Christ Church, Oxford|
|Subjects Of Study||Middle Ages, England, Constitution|
Bishop William Stubbs — Father of Modern History
Bishop William Stubbs is the father of modern history .
He was the first holder of a chair of history at any English university and is considered one of the most important historians of his era. His famous History of the English Church and People stands as one of the great achievements in English historical writing and it established him as Britain’s foremost medieval historian.
He was one of those asked by Prime Minister Gladstone to advise the government on home rule for Ireland; his report resulted in the creation of an Irish Land Commission which he regarded as his most important achievement.
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