THE books podcast: Richard Evans interview

March 28, 2014

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In the latest Times Higher Education books podcast, Sir Richard Evans, regius professor of modern history and president of Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, talks to THE books editor Karen Shook.

Sir Richard discusses his latest book, Altered Pasts: Counterfactuals in History, which is this week’s THE Book of the Week, and gives his thoughts on conspiracy theories, Michael Gove, and how useful hypothetical questions are to the study of history.

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