Scholar Spotlight: Beverly Gage

  • Social Movements

A series of bombs mailed to people affiliated with the Democratic Party rattled the U.S. last week - but this isn't the first time something like this has happened in America. This week's spotlight highlights Beverly Gage, a historian who studies political history, including instances of anarchist bombings at the turn of the 20th century. She discussed her research on a 1919 spate of package bombs mailed to politicians in TIME Magazine, and she explains historical lessons from this recent incident.

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Professor of History and American Studies and Brady-Johnson Professor of Grand Strategy

Gage’s expertise lies in U.S. political history in the 20th century, especially political ideology and institutions, social movements, grand strategy and political strategy, presidential and Washington politics, and the history of the FBI.