Sir David Cannadine MA, LittD (Cantab), DPhil (Oxon), FBA, KB#

Professor Sir David Cannadine is an historian of modern British history from 1800 to 2000. He has published extensively on aspects of social, cultural, political and imperial history from this period, with a particular focus on the British aristocracy; urban development and the structure of power in British towns; issues of class in Britain and the themes of cultural expression and ceremony both within Britain and its empire.

David Cannadine is a graduate of Clare College, Cambridge, St John's College, Oxford and Princeton. He earned his MA from Cambridge and his D.Phil. from Oxford. He is Dodge Professor of History at Princeton University, a Visiting Professor of History at Oxford University, and the editor of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

He has previously taught at the University of Cambridge and Columbia University, New York. He was Director and Professor of History at the Institute of Historical Research from 1998-2003.

Professor Sir David Cannadine became President of the British Academy in July 2017.

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