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Vanden Heuvel, Jon 1963-


PERSONAL: Born September 28, 1963, in Appleton, WI; son of Ben and Priscilla Vanden Heuvel; married; wife's name Kathleen Grace; children: Benjamin. Education: Lawrence University, B.A., 1985; Columbia University, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., 1996.

ADDRESSES: Home—660 West End Ave., New York, NY 10024. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER: Credit Suisse First Boston, New York, NY, vice president, 1996-2001; Wit Soundview, London, England, director, 2001—. American Academy in Berlin, member of board of trustees.

MEMBER: American Historical Association, Council on Foreign Relations.


The Unfolding Lotus: East Asia's Changing Media, Media Studies Center, 1993.

Changing Patterns: Latin America's Vital Media, Media Studies Center, 1995.

A German Life in the Age of Revolution: JosephGörres, 1776-1848, Catholic University of America Press (Washington, DC), 2001.

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