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Published on May 30, 2008
Norton Mezvinsky (PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1959) is a professor in the History Department at Central Connecticut State University. Mezvinsky, a native of Ames, Iowa, earned his B.A. at the University of Iowa and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Following post-doctoral studies at Harvard University, Dr. Mezvinsky began his academic career at the University of Michigan. He joined the academic staff at CCSU in 1966. Select material by Norton Mezvinsky Articles/Books: #5808 A Prophet Speaks in Israel in The Link, March 1973. #5809 American Jewry and the Zionist Jewish State Concept in The Link, September 1973. #5810 The Carter Administration and the Middle East in The Link, January 1977. #2879 Anti-Zionism: Analytical Reflectionswith Roselle Tekiner, Samir Abed-Rabbo January 1989. #239 Rabbi Elmer Berger, 1908-1996 -- in memoriam in Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, November-December 1996. #240 Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel with Israel Shahak 1999. #5947 Israel's Move is Merely a Ploy in Miftah, 19 February 2004.