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Mccarthy, Justin


MCCARTHY, Justin. American, b. 1945. Genres: History, Area studies. Career: U.S. Peace Corps, Washington, DC, volunteer instructor in English composition and literature at Middle East Technical University and Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey, 1967-69; City of Chicago, IL, teacher of cross- cultural studies and English to recent immigrants, 1969-70; University of California, Los Angeles, computer programmer, 1973-77; University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, professor of history, 1978-, Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences, 1996, department head, 1986-92, director of Institute for the Social Studies and Humanities, 1995-97. Princeton University, visiting research fellow in Office of Population Research, 1979- 80; University of London, London School of Oriental and African Studies, visiting fellow, 1984-85; Bogazici University, visiting professor, 1985; speaker at colleges and universities; guest on television and radio programs in the United States and Turkey. Publications: The Arab World, Turkey, and the Balkans, 1982; Muslims and Minorities: The Population of Ottoman Anatolia and the End of the Empire, 1983; (with C. McCarthy) Turks and Armenians: A Manual on the Armenian Question, 1989; The Population of Palestine: Population History and Statistics of the Late Ottoman Period and the Mandate, 1990; (with T. Halman and U. Bates) Focus on Turkey, 1991; Death and Exile: Ethnic Cleansing of the Ottoman Muslims, 1821-1922, 1996; The Ottoman Turks, 1997; (with McCarthy) A Teachers' Manual on the Ottoman Turks, in press. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals. Address: Department of History, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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