Shulim, Joseph Isidore
SHULIM, JOSEPH ISIDORE
SHULIM, JOSEPH ISIDORE (1912–2005), U.S. historian. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Shulim graduated from Brooklyn College in 1933 and received his Ph.D. from Columbia University. While doing his graduate work, he began teaching at Brooklyn College, where he remained throughout his career until his retirement in 1973, serving for a time as deputy chairman of the Department of History. He was later named professor emeritus of history. His field was the French Revolution and its impact upon the North Atlantic community. He also was a member of the cuny Graduate School faculty and a founding member of cuny's Retirees Chapter, serving for many years on the executive committee and as vice president. Shulim was also active in collegiate Jewish affairs.
His major publications were The Old Dominion and Napoleon Bonaparte (1952), John Daly Burk: Irish Revolutionistand American Patriot (1964), and Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity: Studies on the Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon (1990).
[Ruth Beloff (2nd ed.)]