Oral history interview with Jeremy Varon [electronic resource], 2011.
Associate Professor of History, The New School for Social Research.
Scope and Contents
Born: July 1967, Alexandria, VA; education: B.A. Brown University, 1989; Ph.D. Cornell University, 1998; career: Assistant Professor of History, Drew University (2000 -2008); Associate Professor of History, The New School (2009 -- present); co-editor, The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture (2007 -- present); career focus: 1960s movements, European and American intellectual history, politics and ethics of violence; discussions: Weathermen, 2000 Republican National Convention arrest, Billionaires for Bush, Witness Against Torture, news media coverage; reminiscences: post-Watergate era, anti-CIA activism, election of Barack Obama, effect of War on Terror on democratic society.
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