War: How Conflict Shaped Us, with Margaret MacMillan
Professor Margaret MacMillan is one of the world’s preeminent scholars of international relations. A best-selling author and frequent commentator in the media, she is known for her unparalleled grasp of her subject – war and peace – as well as her gift for vivid and powerful storytelling. She is currently visiting distinguished historian at the Council on Foreign Relations, emeritus professor of international history at the University of Oxford, and professor of history at the University of Toronto.
Lecture with Margaret MacMillan:
Wednesday, March 30, 7 p.m. (location to be announced)
The William J. Cooper Foundation provides a varied program of lectures, performances, and exhibitions that enrich the academic life of the College. The foundation was established by William J. Cooper, who specified that the income from his gift should be used “in bringing to the College eminent citizens of this and other countries who are leaders in statesmanship, education, the arts, sciences, learned professions, and business.”