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Barbara Brandon Schnorrenberg, American historian. Fulbright scholar, United States Government, West Germany, 1955-1956.

Background

Schnorrenberg, Barbara Brandon was born on March 17, 1931 in Concord, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of William Pew and Katherine McKean (Wolff) Brandon.

Education

Bachelor, Wellesley College, 1951. Master of Arts, University North Carolina, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Duke University, 1958.

Career

Teacher Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1951-1952. Assistant professor Women's College, University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1956-1962. Lecturer University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1962-1976.

Independent scholar Birmingham, Alabama, since 1976.

Membership

Member American Society 18th Century Studies (board member 1986-1988, treasurer 1989-1996), Southern History Association (board member 1987-1989), Southern Conference British Studies (board member 1979-1983, president 1987-1989), Southern Association Women History (secretary, treasurer 1972-1985), Episcopalian Women's History Project (president 1998-2002).

Connections

Married John Martin Schnorrenberg, July 8, 1962. Children: David Martin, Katherine Laura.

father:
William Pew Brandon

mother:
Katherine McKean (Wolff) Brandon

spouse:
John Martin Schnorrenberg

children:
David Martin Schnorrenberg

Katherine Laura Schnorrenberg