Wasserstein, Bernard (Mano Julius)

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WASSERSTEIN, Bernard (Mano Julius)

WASSERSTEIN, Bernard (Mano Julius). American/British (born United Kingdom), b. 1948. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Biography. Career: Nuffield College, Oxford, England, research fellow, 1973-75; Sheffield University, England, lecturer in modern history, 1976-80; Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, associate professor, 1980-82, professor of history, 1982-96, director of the Tauber Institute, 1980-83, chair of history department, 1986-90, dean of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1990- 92; Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, president, 1996-2000; University of Glasgow, Scotland, professor of modern history, 2000-03; University of Chicago, Ulrich E. and Harriet Meyer Professor of History, 2003-. Visiting lecturer at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 1979-80; visiting fellow, National Humanities Center, 2002-03. Publications: The British in Palestine: The Mandatory Government and Arab-Jewish Conflict, 1978, 2nd ed. 1991; Britain and the Jews of Europe, 1939-1945, 1979; (ed. with F. Malino) The Jews in Modern France, 1985; The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln, 1988; Herbert Samuel: A Political Life, 1992; Vanishing Diaspora, 1996; Secret War in Shanghai, 1998; Divided Jerusalem, 2001; Israelis and Palestinians, 2003. Address: History Dept, University of Chicago, 1126 E 59th St, Chicago, IL 60637, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]