Graebner, Norman Arthur
GRAEBNER, Norman Arthur
GRAEBNER, Norman Arthur. American, b. 1915. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Iowa State University, Ames, assistant professor to professor, 1948-56; University of Illinois, Urbana, professor of history, 1956-67, chairman, Dept. of History, 1961-63; University of Virginia, Charlottesville, professor of history, 1967-86; Oxford University, Harmsworth Professor of American History, 1978-79. Current History, contributing editor. Publications: Empire on the Pacific, 1955; The New Isolationism, 1956; Cold War Diplomacy, 1962; Ideas and Diplomacy, 1964; (with G.C. Fite and P.L. White) A History of the United States, 2 vols., 1970; (with G.C. Fite and P.L. White) A History of the American People, 1970; (with G.C. Fite) Recent United States History, 1972; The Age of Global Power, 1979; America as a World Power, 1984; Foundations of American Foreign Policy, 1985; A Twentieth-Century Odyssey, 2002. EDITOR: The Enduring Lincoln, 1959; An Uncertain Tradition: American Secretaries of State in the Twentieth Century, 1961; Politics and the Crisis of 1860, 1961; The Cold War: Conflict of Ideology and Power, 1963; Manifest Destiny, 1968; Nationalism and Communism in Asia: The American Response, 1977; Freedom in America: A 200-Year Perspective, 1977; American Diplomatic History before 1900, 1978; Traditions and Values: American Diplomacy 1790-1945, 2 vols., 1985; The National Security: Its Theory and Practice in the United States 1945-1960, 1986. Address: 205 Emerald Pond Ln #108, Durham, NC 27705-6052, U.S.A.