Baylen, Joseph O.
BAYLEN, Joseph O.
BAYLEN, Joseph O. American, b. 1920. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Biography. Career: Emeritus Regents' Professor of History, Georgia State University, Atlanta, 1982- (Professor and Chairman, Dept. of History 1966-69; Regents' Professor 1969-82). Assistant Professor, to Associate Professor of History, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 1950-54; Professor and Chairman, Division of Social Science, Delta State Teachers College, MS, 1954-57; Professor of History, Mississippi State University, State College, 1957-61; Professor of History, 1961-66, Chairman, Dept. of History, 1964-66, University of Mississippi, University; Part-time lecturer, University of Sussex and City University, London, 1985-; consultant, BBC-TV; British Library, Consultative Group on Newspapers, 1990-2000; Board of Editors, Southern Humanities Review, 1970-; Board of Editors, Encyclopedia of 1948 Revolutions, 1988-; Board of Advisers, Encyclopedia of the World Press, 1999-. Publications: Madame Juliette Adam, Gambetta, and the Idea of a Franco-Russian Alliance, 1960; Lord Kitchener and the Viceroyalty of India 1910, 1965; (with A. Conway) Soldier- Surgeon: The Crimean War Letters of Dr. Douglas A. Reid, 1855-1856, 1968; The Tsar's Lecturer-General: W. T. Stead and the Russian Revolution of 1905, 1969; (with others) Dictionary of Labour Biography, 1977; Biographical Dictionary of Internationalists, 1983; British Literary Magazines, 1984; Biographical Dictionary of Peace Leaders, 1985; Victorian Britain, 1988; Papers for the Millions, 1988; Biographical Dictionary of American Journalism, 1989; Encyclopedia of the British Press, 1992; 1890s, An Encyclopedia of British Literature, Art, and Culture, 1993; Twentieth Century Britain, 1995; Diplomacy and Publicity in the Twentieth Century, 1995; Shaping the Collective Memory, 1996; A Journalism Reader, 1997. EDITOR: (with O.S. Pidhainy) East European and Russian Studies in the American South, 1972; (with N.J. Gossman) Biographical Dictionary of Modern British Radicals, vol. I, 1770-1830, 1979, vol. II, 1830-1870, 1984, vol III, 1870-1914, 1988.