Zinsser, Judith P.
ZINSSER, Judith P.
ZINSSER, Judith P. American, b. 1943. Genres: Race relations, Women's studies and issues. Career: Brearley School, NYC, history teacher, 1964-68; United Nations International School, NYC, humanities teacher, 1969-93; Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, instructor in history, 1991-93; Miami University, Oxford, OH, assistant professor of history, 1993-. Bryn Mawr College, trustee, 1971-77; Columbia University Teacher's College, part-time instructor and advisor, 1989-90. Active in the International Schools Association and International Baccalaureate Office (IBO), Geneva, Switzerland; has worked as a delegate to United Nations conferences for the IBO and also as an assistant examiner, 1983-93. Served as an educational consultant to organizations. Organizer of panels and academic seminars on women's and world history. Publications: (assoc ed, with M. and P. Bergman) The Chronological History of the Negro in America, 1969; Understanding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1978; Approaches to the Comparative History of the Americas, 1982; (with B.S. Anderson) A History of Their Own: Women in Europe from Prehistory to the Present, two vols, 1988; History and Feminism: A Glass Half Full (for the series "The Feminist Impact on the Arts and Sciences"), 1993; A New Partnership: Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations, 1994. Contributor to academic journals. Address: 254 Upham Hall, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056, U.S.A.