Sir David Cannadine To Give Hartman Hotz Distinguished Lecture

Sir David Cannadine
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Sir David Cannadine

The Department of History, School of Law, and International Relations Program are pleased to welcome to campus as part of the Hartman Hotz Distinguished Lecture Series Sir David Cannadine, currently Dodge Professor of History at Princeton University.

Sir David will be lecturing on "The Ambiguities and Anxieties of Anglo-America: Winston Churchill and the 'Special Relationship' Re-Visited" at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, in Giffels Auditorium. Sir David is currently Dodge Professor of History at Princeton University, before which he was Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Professor of British History at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London. He is the author of 12 books, including The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy and Ornamentalism, and the editor or co-editor of thirteen books.

Sir David is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, the Royal Society of the Arts, the Royal Society of Literature, and the British Academy, and in 2008 was knighted in the British New Year's Honours List. He has delivered more than 30 named lectures and currently serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees for the National Portrait Gallery.

Contacts

Benjamin Grob-Fitzgibbon, Associate Professor
History Department
479-575-5893, bjgrobfi@uark.edu

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