GAY, Peter. American (born Germany), b. 1923. Genres: History, Intellectual history. Career: Columbia University, NYC, Member of faculty, 1947-69; Yale University, New Haven, CT, Professor of Comparative European Intellectual History, 1969-93, Durfee Professor of History, 1970-84, Sterling Professor, 1984-93, Professor Emeritus, 1993-. Fellow, American Council of Learned Socs., 1959-60, and Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1963-64; Overseas Fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge, England, 1970-71. Publications: The Dilemma of Democratic Socialism: Edward Bernstein's Challenge to Marx, 1952; Voltaire's Politics: The Poet as Realist, 1959; The Party of Humanity: Essays in the French Enlightenment, 1964; A Loss of Mastery: Puritan Historians in Colonial America, 1966; The Enlightenment, vol. I: The Rise of Modern Paganism, 1966, vol. II: The Science of Freedom, 1969; Deism: An Anthology, 1968; Weimar Culture: The Outsider as Insider, 1968; The Bridge of Criticism: Dialogues on the Enlightenment, 1970; (with R.K. Webb) Modern Europe, 1973; Art and Act: On Causes in History-Manet, Gropius, Mondrian, 1976; Style in History, 1976; Freud, Jews, and Other Germans, 1978; The Bourgeois Experience: Victoria to Freud, vol. I, Education of the Senses, 1984, vol. II, The Tender Passion, 1986, vol. III, The Cultivation of Hatred, 1993, vol. IV, the Naked Heart, 1995, vol. V, Pleasure Wars, 1998; Freud for Historians, 1985; A Godless Jew: Freud, Atheism, and the Making of Psychoanalysis, 1987; Freud: A Life in Our Time, 1988; A Freud Reader, 1989; Reading Freud: Explorations and Entertainments, 1990; My German Question: Growing up in Nazi Berlin, 1998; Mozart, 1999. Address: 760 West End Ave, Apt 15A, New York, NY 10025-5524, U.S.A.