Edinburgh - Talk by Prof Tony Badger, 'Trump, Biden and the 2020 Election in historical perspective'

Edinburgh - Talk by Prof Tony Badger, 'Trump, Biden and the 2020 Election in historical perspective'

Edinburgh - Talk by Prof Tony Badger, 'Trump, Biden and the 2020 Election in historical perspective'
Thursday 11 March 2021, 6.00pm GMT
Thursday 11 March 2021, 6.00pm GMT
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Hosted by Cambridge Society of Edinburgh
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Friends and supporters
Location: 
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Alumni and guests are invited to join the Cambridge Society of Edinburgh, for a talk by Prof Tony Badger, 'Trump, Biden and the 2020 Election in historical perspective'.

Professor Tony Badger, formerly Master of Clare and Cambridge Mellon Prof of American History.

Prof Badger is still very active academically in the UK and USA. He is Professor of American History at Northumbria University and recently completed his three year term as President of the Historical Association. Last year he published Albert Gore Sr: A Political Life and, based on his Harvard lecture series last year, is completing his latest book 'Why White Liberals Fail? Southern Politicans and Race 1930-2000'. Tony is a historian of post-1933 American political history, and most notably the South. He has published widely on race relations, the Great Depression, and the New Deal. His book FDR: The First Hundred Days is widely read by politicians on both sides of the Atlantic.

Booking information

If you would like to attend this event please, RSVP using the link below. Your Zoom link will be emailed to you the week before the event date.

Price: 
free

Location

Zoom online
United Kingdom