David Cannadine

As the debate rages about how history should be taught in state schools David Cannadine discusses his recent research project.

David Cannadine recalls the career and personality of an inspirational historian.

David Cannadine sees the British Empire as a spectacular and colourful extension of the social order of the home country

In his Longman-History Today awards lecture, David Cannadine considers the art, craft and psychology of the historical book review.

David Cannadine raises questions about the transition from student life into the working world

Anniversaries are, by definition, a time not only for celebration but also for self-examination, for dimly gazing into the future as well as for happily recalling the past.

Eric Hobsbawm has recently been honoured with a second Festschrift, The Power of the Past, edited by Pat Thane, Geoffrey Crossick and Roderick Floud, an appropriately unusual distinction for an unusually distinguished historian.

David Cannadine on the changing nature of British history in the US