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Everett I. Mendelsohn

Chair of the Middle East Program

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences

136 Irving Street

Cambridge, Massachusetts,02138

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1780, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (www.amacad.org) is an independent policy research center that conducts multidisciplinary studies of complex and emerging problems. Current Academy research, which has resulted in influential reports l...more

Background Information

Employment History

Faculty

Department of the History of Science


Contributor

Natural History Museum


Editor

Life Sciences


President

Institute of Peace


Affiliations

Cambridge Friends School

Founding Member


Harvard University

Professor Emeritus


FFIPP-USA

Advisory Board Member


American Friends Service Committee

Committees


Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Member


History of Science and Faculty Council

Member


American Association for the Advancement of Science

Founder of the Committee On Science


Journal of the History of Biology

Founder


University of California

Postdoctoral Fellow


Education

Harvard


Ph.D.

University of St Andrews


PhD

Antioch College


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Knock3 - Part 2

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Everett Mendelsohn
Everett Mendelsohn, Ph.D. '60, history of science, is emeritus professor of the history of science at Harvard University, where he has been on the faculty since 1960. He is a pioneering figure in the history of the life sciences, having founded the Journal of the History of Biology in 1968. His work has also explored the social and sociological history of science, especially in the modern era. He is past president of the International Council for Science Policy Studies and has been deeply involved in the relations between science and modern warfare as a founder of the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Committee on Science, Arms Control, and National Security, and of the American Academy of Arts and Science's Committee on International Security Studies. Mendelsohn is the former master of Dudley House, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student center, and is a longtime advocate of the importance of mentoring at the graduate student level - so much so that the Graduate Student Council named its annual mentoring award in his honor. For decades, he has contributed to Middle East peace and reconciliation efforts, leading committees of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Friends Service Committee. Posted in Arnold Rampersad, Awards, Campus & Community, Centennial Medal, Commencement, Commencement 2013, Everett Mendelsohn, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Louise Richardson, Sherry Turkle | Comments Off


Foreign Policy Association: Bookstore: Israel and Palestine - Two States for Two Peoples: If Not Now, When?

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Everett Mendelsohn
Everett Mendelsohn is Professor Emeritus of the History of Science at Harvard University. For more than forty years he has been actively involved in Israeli-Arab/Palestinian peace making first as chair of the Middle East program of the American Friends Service Committee (Quakers) and then as Chair of the Middle East Program of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences' program on International Security. He is author/co-author of A Compassionate Peace: A Future for Israel, Palestine and the Middle East (1982, rev. ed.1989); Israeli-Palestinian Security: Issues in the Permanent Status Negotiations (1995).


Ploughshares Fund :: Experts

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- co-author (with Everett Mendelsohn) of Israel-Palestinian Security: Issues in the Permanent Status Negotiation (American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1995)


Home | www.ffipp.org

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Everett Mendelsohn, Harvard


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Professor Mendelsohn's wonderful kickoff lecture - "The World Before Darwin" - is now available in video archive.
Audio recording of Professor Everett Mendelsohn's kickoff lecture We just finished the kickoff lecture of the Darwin150 campaign, "The World Before Darwin", by the wonderful Professor Emeritus Everett Mendelsohn. Credited with being a cofounder of the social history of science, Professor Mendelsohn has taught and wowed students at Harvard for 50 years.


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