Blackmer, Donald L. M.

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BLACKMER, Donald L. M.

BLACKMER, Donald L. M. American, b. 1929. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Social sciences. Career: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, lecturer, 1960-61, assistant professor, 1961-67, Assistant Director, Center for International Studies, 1961-68, associate professor, 1967-73, Professor of Political Science, 1973-, Associate Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1973-81, Director, Science, Technology, and Society Program, 1978-81, Head, Political Science Dept., 1981-88, now emeritus. Publications: (ed. with M.F. Millikan, and contrib.) The Emerging Nations: Their Growth and United States Policy, 1961; Unity in Diversity: Italian Communism and the Communist World, 1967; (ed. with S. Tarrow, and contrib.) Communism in Italy and France, 1974; (with A. Kriegel) The International Role of the Communist Parties of Italy and France, 1975. Address: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, E53-373, Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A.