Cheryl Hudson teaches US history at the University of Liverpool, and is former director of the academic programme at the Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the histories of race, reform and political culture in the US.
She has published in The Journal of American Studies, The European Journal of American Culture, the Independent and the Times Higher Educational Supplement. She is co-editer of Ronald Reagan and the 1980s (Palgrave MacMillan, 2008).
Sunday 2 November 2008, 11.00am Seminar Space
Sunday 2 November 2008, 2.00pm Seminar Space
Is America still the world’s policeman?
Sunday 2 November 2008, 4.00pm Seminar Space
What does it mean to be American?
"Taking part in the Battle of Ideas is like putting your brain in a pencil sharpener. It works better as a result."
George Brock, Saturday Editor, The Times