Elliot, Jeffrey M.

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ELLIOT, Jeffrey M.

ELLIOT, Jeffrey M. American, b. 1947. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government, Bibliography, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Professor of Political Science and Director of the Graduate Program, North Carolina Central University, Durham, since 1981. Ed., Journal of Black Political Studies, since 1985. Adviser on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., since 1985. Assistant Professor of History and Political Science, University of Alaska, Anchorage, 1972-74; Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Miami-Dade Community College, 1974-76; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Wesleyan College, Norfolk, Virginia, 1978-79; Sr. Curriculum Specialist, Educational Development Center, Newton, Massachusetts, 1979-81. Publications: Keys to Economic Understanding, 1977; Literary Voices, 1980; Political Ideals, Policy Dilemmas, 1981; Fantasy Voices, 1981; Deathman Pass Me By, 1983; Tempest in a Teapot: The Falkland Islands War, 1983; Kindred Spirits, 1984; The Presidential-Congressional Political Dictionary, 1984; Black Voices in American Politics, 1985; Urban Society, 1985; Fidel Castro: Nothing Can Stop the Course of History, 1985; The Work of R. Reginald: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide, 1985; The Analytical Congressional Directory, 1986; Discrimination in America: An Annotated Resource Guide, 1986; Fidel Castro: Resources on Contemporary Persons, 1986; The State and Local Government Political Dictionary, 1986; The Third World, 1987; The Arms Control, Disarmament, and Military Security Dictionary, 1988; Dictionary of American Government, 1988; Fidel, 1988; Conversations with Maya Angelou, 1988; Voices of Zaire: Rhetoric or Reality?, 1990; The Work of Pamela Sargent: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide, 1990; The Work of Jack Dann: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide, 1990; The Work of George Zebrowski: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide, 1990; The Trilemma of World Oil Politics, 1991; The Brown and Benchmark Reader in American Government, 1992; The Brown and Benchmark Reader in International Relations; Into the Flames: The Life Story of a Righteous Gentile, 1992; Adventures of a Freelancer: The Literary Exploits and Autobiography of Stanton A. Coblentz, 1993; After All These Years: Sam Moskowitz on His Science Fiction Career, 1994; Fidel by Fidel, 1996; The Historical Dictionary of OPEC, 1997. Address: 511 N. Water's Edge Dr., Durham, NC 27703-6722, U.S.A.