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Shindler, Colin 1946-

SHINDLER, Colin 1946-

PERSONAL:

Male. Born September 3, 1946, in London, England; married October 27, 1976; wife's name, Jean; children: Sara, Joshua, Ruthie, Miriam. Ethnicity: "Jewish." Education: Attended University of Leicester, University of North London, and University of Middlesex. Religion: Jewish.

ADDRESSES:

Office—London School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London, England. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

University of London, London School of Oriental and African Studies, London, England, fellow in Israeli studies.

WRITINGS:

Exit Visa, Bachman & Turner (London, England), 1978.

Ploughshares into Swords?, I. B. Tauris and Co. (London, England), 1991.

Israel, Likud, and the Zionist Dream: Power, Politics, and Ideology from Begin to Netanyahu, I. B. Tauris and Co. (London, England), 1995.

The Land beyond Promise, I. B. Tauris and Co. (London, England), 2002.

Editor, Jewish Quarterly, 1985-94.

WORK IN PROGRESS:

The Third Stage of Zionism.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Foreign Affairs, March-April, 1996, William B. Quandt, review of Israel, Likud, and the Zionist Dream: Power, Politics, and Ideology from Begin to Netanyahu, p. 164.

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