Stewart, Paul (James), (Jr.)
STEWART, Paul (James), (Jr.)
STEWART, Paul (James), (Jr.). American, b. 1929. Genres: History, Translations. Career: University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, assistant professor of history, 1959-62; Lawrence University of Wisconsin, Appleton, assistant professor of history, 1962-65; Washington State University, Pullman, assistant professor of history, 1965-67; University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, associate professor of history, 1968-70; Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, professor of history, 1970-92, professor emeritus, 1992-. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, visiting lecturer, 1967-68. Cuadernos Republicanos, Madrid, member, advisory council, 2002-. Publications: EDITOR & TRANSLATOR: (with J. Stewart) M. Azana, Vigil in Benicarlo, 1982; Cipriano de Rivas Cherif, Portrait of an Unknown Man: Manuel Azana and Modern Spain, 1995. Contributor to encyclopedias. Contributor of articles and reviews to magazines. Address: Department of History, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT 06515, U.S.A.