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educator , historian

Dee E. Andrews, American historian, educator. Fellow Charlotte Newcombe fellow, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1981-1982, Pew Program in Religion and American History, 1995-1996; grantee Mellon research grant, Library. Company of Philadelphia, 1999. President Noe Valley Democratic Club, San Francisco, 2001; Member of Organization American Historians, American History Association, Institute Early American History and Culture.

Background

Andrews, Dee E. was born on April 11, 1952 in Bronxville, New York, United States. Daughter of James Junior and Elisabett (Bardsley) Andrews.

Education

Bachelor in Social Science, Bennington College, 1974. Master of Arts in History, University Pennsylvania, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in History, University Pennsylvania, 1986.

Career

Visiting lecturer University California, San Diego, 1984—1985, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1985—1986, Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1986—1987. Assistant professor California State University, Hayward, 1987—1991, associate professor, 1991—1999, professor, since 1999. Co-convener, founder Bay Area Seminar in Early American History and Culture, Berkeley, California, since 1990.

Works

Membership

President Noe Valley Democratic Club, San Francisco, 2001. Member of Organization American Historians, American History Association, Institute Early American History and Culture.

Connections

father:
James Andrews Junior

mother:
Elisabett (Bardsley) Andrews