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Harry Elmer Barnes

Born: 15-Jun-1889
Birthplace: Auburn, NY
Died: 25-Aug-1968
Location of death: Malibu, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: American conspiracy theorist

Father: William Henry Barnes
Mother: Lulu Carlotta Short
Wife: Lulu Grace Stone (m. 8-Jun-1916)
Wife: Jean Hutchison Newman (m. 26-Jan-1935)

    University: BA History, Syracuse University (1913)
    Lecturer: Sociology and Economics, Syracuse University (1913)
    University: MA History, Syracuse University (1915)
    Fellow: History, Barnard College (1915-17)
    Lecturer: Harvard University (1916-17)
    University: PhD History, Columbia University (1918)
    Professor: Clark University, Worcester, MA (1918-19)
    Professor: New School for Social Research (1919-20)
    Professor: Clark University, Worcester, MA (1920-23)
    Professor: Springfield College (1923)
    Professor: Amherst College (1923-25)
    Professor: Historical Sociology, Smith College (1923-30)
    Professor: Columbia University (1928-38)

    The New York World-Telegram Columnist
    America First Committee
    Heart Attack 25-Aug-1968

Author of books:
Social History of the Western World (1921)
The Gen­esis of the World War (1926)
The History of Western Civilization (1935)
A History of Historical Writing (1937)
An Intellec­tual and Cultural History of the Western World (1937)
Social Thought from Lore to Science (1938, with Howard Becker)
Historical Sociology (1947)
Survey of Western Civilization (1947)
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: A Critical Examination of the Foreign Policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and its Aftermath (1952, editor)


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