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-65- Awards: National Magazine Award (1980) National Book Award for Science (1981) National Book Critics Circle Award (1982) McArthur Foundation prize fellow (1981--) Marta (Mrs. Eugene) Istomin Title: Artistic Director John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, D.C. 20566 Born: Puerto Rico, November 2, 1936 Education: 1950-54, Mannes College of Music, NYC Affiliations: Prof. cello, Conservatory of Music, San Juan, P.R. Vis. Prof. cello, Curtis Inst., Philadelphia co-chmn. bd., music dir. Casals Festival Dir., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., NYC Trustee, Marlboro Sch. Music and Festival Trustee, Marymount Sch., NYC Awards: Cultural Achievements Award, City of San Juan, 1975 Mus.D. (hon.), World U., P.R., 1972 L.H.D. (hon.), Marymount College, 1975 Casita Maria Medal, NYC, 1978 David Levering Lewis Title: Professor of History, Rutgers University Office: Department of History Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ 08903 Born: Little Rock, Arkansas, May 25, 1936 Education: B.A., 1966, Fisk University M.A., 1958, Columbia University Ph.D. (econ. hist.), 1962, London School of Economics Affiliations: Lecturer history, University of Ghana, 63-64 Econ. hist., Howard University, 64-65 Visiting Asst. prof., European History, University of Notre Dame, 65-66 Assoc. prof. econ. hist., Morgan State University, 66-70 Professor of History, University of the District of Columbia, 70-80 Professor of History, University of California, San Diego, 82 Martin Luther King, Jr. Prof. History, Rutgers Univ., -- present
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