Join NYU Washington, DC Salon Series and Random House for a powerful Big Ideas Night on the impact and meaning of the mid-term election results featuring Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, and Timothy Naftali, clinical associate professor of history at New York University and a CNN presidential historian.
Free & Open to the Public, reservation required.
Peter Baker, Timothy Naftali, along with Jon Meacham and Jeffrey A. Engel, are the authors of IMPEACHMENT: An American History, published by the Modern Library, a division of Random House. Copies of IMPEACHMENT will be available for sale from Kramer Books.
The NYU Washington, DC Salon Series: Conversations with Writers & Artists presents an opportunity for the NYU and Washington, DC community to meet and engage in dialogue with acclaimed writers and artists as they reflect on their craft. This program provides facilitated conversations that aim to illuminate the guests’ creative processes, discuss their current works, and explain the impact of their work on the world around us. The Salon Series is made possible by NYU Washington, DC through the collaboration of NYU schools, departments and centers, as well as through special relationships with selected external organizations.
Random House’s Big Ideas Night series is a forum for thought-provoking conversations between writers and editors on the topics of politics, world affairs, technology, social justice, philanthropy, and more. These focused dialogues offer exclusive access for guests to dive deeper into issues with fellow readers, and engage directly with the innovators addressing them.
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Peter Baker is the chief White House correspondent for The New York Times and the author of four books.
Timothy Naftali is a clinical associate professor of public service and of history at NYU Wagner and was the founding director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.