Judt, Tony R(obert)
JUDT, Tony R(obert)
JUDT, Tony R(obert). British, b. 1948. Genres: History, Politics/Government. Career: King's College, Cambridge, fellow, 1972-78; University of California, Berkeley, assistant professor, 1978-80; St. Anne's College, Oxford, fellow, 1980-87; Institute of French Studies, New York University, NYC, professor of history, 1987-, Remarque Institute, director, 1995-. American Council of Learned Socs., fellow, 1980-81; Nuffield Foundation, fellow, 1986-87; Royal Historical Society, fellow, 1986; Guggenheim fellow, 1989-90;America Academy of Arts & Sciences, fellow, 1996-. Recipient of British Academy Award for Research, 1984. Publications: La Reconstruction du Parti Socialiste 1921-1926, 1976; (ed.) Conflict and Compromise: Socialists and Socialism in the Twentieth Century, 1976; Socialism in Provence, 1871-1914: A Study in the Origins of the Modern French Left, 1979; Marxism and the French Left: Studies in Labour and Politics in France, 1830-1981, 1986; (ed.) Resistance and Revolution in Mediterranean Europe, 1939-1948, 1989; Past Imperfect: French Intellectuals 1944-56, 1993; A Grand Illusion? An Essay on Europe, 1996; The Burden of Responsibility, 2000. Address: Remarque Institute, New York University, 53 Washington Sq S, New York, NY 10012, U.S.A.