Kennedy, Robert Emmet, Jr.

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KENNEDY, Robert Emmet, Jr.

KENNEDY, Robert Emmet, Jr. American, b. 1941. Genres: History, Philosophy. Career: George Washington University, Washington, DC, assistant professor, 1973-77, associate professor, 1977-82, professor of European History, 1982-. Instructor in History, Merrimack College, N. Andover, MA, 1964-66; Teaching assistant, Dept. of the History of Ideas, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1968; Instructor, Kent State University, Ohio, 1968-69; Instructor in History, University of Toulouse-le-Mirail, France, 1969-73. American Council of Learned Socs. Fellow, 1977-78; Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1983-84; International Congress on the history of the French Revolution, 1789-1989; International Lecturer; Guest Curator of Smithsonian, Documents of Liberty, exhibit, 1989. Publications: (ed. with J. Friguglietti) The Shaping of Modern France: Writings on French History since 1715, 1969; A Philosopher in the Age of Revolution: Destutt de Tracy and the Origins of Ideology, 1978; A Cultural History of the French Revolution, 1989; (with M.L. Netter, J.P. McGregor, and M.V. Olsen) Theatre, Opera and Audiences in Revolutionary Paris, Analysis and Repertory, 1996. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Dept. of History, George Washington University, Washington, DC 20052, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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