Scheiber, Harry N.

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SCHEIBER, Harry N. American, b. 1935. Genres: History, Law, Politics/ Government. Career: Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, faculty member, 1960-71; University of California, San Diego, professor of history, 1971-80; University of California, Berkeley, professor of law and history, 1980-, associate dean of law, 1990-93, 1996-99, Riesenfeld Chair in Law & History, 1991-; Earl Warren Legal Institute, director, 2002-. Guggenheim Fellow, 1967, 1989; Rockefeller Foundation, fellow, 1980-81; University of California Humanities Research Institute, fellow, 1988; California Sea Grant Program, coordinator of marine affairs, 1988-2000; Uppsala University, Sweden, visiting professor, 1995; History of American Economy Series, Johnson Reprint, co-editor; Law of the Sea Institute, co-director, 2000-; American Society of Legal History, president, 2003-. Publications: The Wilson Administration and Civil Liberties, 1960; The Condition of American Federalism, 1966; Ohio Canal Era, 1820-1861, 1969; Power Divided: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Federalism, 1990; Inter-Allied Conflicts and Ocean Law, 1945-54, 2001. CO-AUTHOR: America: Purpose and Power, 1965; (and assoc. ed.) The Frontier in American Development, 1969; Law in American History, 1972; (with J. Shideler) Agriculture in the Development of the Far West, 1975; American Economic History, 1976; Technology, the Economy, and Society, 1987; (and ed.) The State and Freedom of Contract, 1998; (and ed.) Law of the Sea, 2000. EDITOR: United States Economic History, 1964; The Old Northwest, 1969; American Law and the Constitutional Order, 1978; Federalism in Perspective, 1987; Federalism: Studies in History, Law and Policy, 1989; Federalism and the Judicial Mind, 1993; (co) Legal Cultures and the Legal Profession, 1997. Address: School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-2150, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]