Zeldin, Theodore

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ZELDIN, Theodore

ZELDIN, Theodore. British, b. 1933. Genres: History, Politics/Government, Biography. Career: Oxford University, England, research fellow, 1957-63, senior tutor and dean of St. Antony's College, 1963-77, fellow in history, 1977-. Harvard University, visiting professor of history, 1970. British Academy, fellow; European Academy, member; Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters of France; Wolfson Prize. Publications: NONFICTION: The Political System of Napoleon III, 1958, 1970; Emile Ollivier and the Liberal Empire of Napoleon III, 1963; (ed. and contrib.) Conflicts in French Society: Anticlericalism, Education, and Morals in the Nineteenth Century, 1970; France, 1848-1945, Vol I: Ambition, Love, and Politics, 1973, Vol II: Intellect, Taste, and Anxiety, 1977, published as A History of French Passions; The French, 1983; An Intimate History of Humanity, 1994; Conversation, 1998. FICTION: Happiness, 1988. Address: St. Antony's College, Oxford University, Oxford, England.