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educator , translator , writer

Deborah A. Redman, American translator, educator, writer. Achievements include development of a treatment for orthostatic hypotension. Recipient Social Science award Stephens College, 1979; fellow Deutsche Forschunggemeinschaft, 1993-1995. Member American History Association, American Phil. Association, European Union Studies Association, History Economics Society, Adam Smith Society.

Background

Redman, Deborah A. was born on October 9, 1957 in Akron, Ohio, United States. Daughter of James C. and Ruth M. (Slack) Redman.

Education

Bachelor, Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri, 1979;Master of Arts, Pennsylvania State University, 1981;postgraduate, Kiel (Germany) U., 1980-1983;postgraduate, Michigan State University, 1983-1985;Doctor of Philosophy, Bielefeld (Germany) U., 1990;postgraduate, Tubingen (Germany) U., 1994.

Career

Reader business and economics department, Tubingen U., 1990-1994;professional translator, since 1982;part-time professor, George Washington University and American U., Washington, since 1994;director French and German technical translation, since 1995.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of a treatment for orthostatic hypotension.

Works

Membership

Member History of Economics Society, Adam Smith Society, European Cmty. Studies Association, International Association for Feminist Economics, American History Association, American Philosophical Association F C.

Connections

father:
James C. Redman

mother:
Ruth M. (Slack) Redman