Miller, James Edward
MILLER, James Edward
MILLER, James Edward. American, b. 1945. Genres: History. Career: National Archives, Washington, DC, specialist in contemporary affairs records, 1973-80; U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, historian specializing in southern Europe, 1980-, country analyst for Italy at bureau of intelligence and research, 1983. University of Florence, Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Cesare Alfieri School of International Relations, 1984; Foreign Service Institute, instructor in U.S. diplomatic history and history of the Foreign Service, 1985-, and chairman of Italy and Greek-Cyprus advanced area studies seminar; visiting professor at universities in Italy. Publications: (with D. Ellwood) Guide to American Documentation of the European Resistance Movement in World War II, 1975; The United States and Italy, 1940-1950: The Politics and Diplomacy of Stabilization, 1986; (ed. with J. Tropea and C. Beattie-Repetti) Support and Struggle: Italians and Italian- Americans in a Comparative Perspective, 1986; From Elite to Mass Politics: Italian Socialism in the Giolittian Era, 1900-1914, 1990; The Baseball Business: Pursuing Pennants and Profits in Baltimore, 1990; La politica estura di una media potinza, 1993. Address: Historical Office, Bureau of Public Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC 20520, U.S.A.