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Daniel Pipes, American writer. Vice chairman J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, 1992-1995; board directors United States Institute Peace, 2003-2005; Member Council on Foreign Relations (international affairs fellow 1982-1983).

Background

Pipes, Daniel was born on September 9, 1949 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Richard and Irene (Roth) Pipes.

Education

Student, University Tunis, Institut Bourguiba des Langues Vivantes, 1970;Bachelor in History Science, Harvard University, 1971;student, University Cairo, 1971-1972;student, Al-Azhâr U., Cairo, 1971-1972;student, University California (Berkeley) Center for Arabic Studies Abroad, Cairo, 1971, 1972-1973;reader, Orientalisches Seminary, Freiburg U., 1976;Doctor of Philosophy in Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, 1978;honorary degree, American College of Switzerland, 1988.

Career

Visiting fellow Princeton University, 1977-1978. Harper instructor, research associate University Chicago, 1978-1982, member policy planning staff, Department of State, 1982-1983. Lecturer history Harvard University, 1983-1984.

Professor United States Naval War College, 1984-1986. Director Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, 1986-1993, Middle East Forum, since 1994. Distinguished visiting professor Pepperdine University, 2007.

Works

Membership

Vice chairman J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, 1992-1995. Board directors United States Institute Peace, 2003-2005. Member Council on Foreign Relations (international affairs fellow 1982-1983).

Connections

Married; three children.

father:
Richard Pipes

mother:
Irene (Roth) Pipes

children:
Sarah Pipes

Anna Pipes