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History educator

Emily Zack Tabuteau, American History educator. Graduate Prize fellow Harvard University, 1964-1968, Woodrow Wilson fellow WoodrowWilson Foundation, 1964, American Bar Foundation fellow, 1985-1986. Member American History Association, Medieval Academy American, Selden Society, N. American Conference on British Studies, American Society for Legal History.

Background

Tabuteau, Emily Zack was born on September 20, 1943 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Jacob Bernard and Marion (Millstein) Zack.

Education

AB, Harvard-Radcliffe, 1964; AM, Harvard University, 1966; Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1975.

Career

Teaching fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1966-1969; instructor history, Notre Dame College Staten Island, New York City, 1969-1970; instructor history, Queensborough Community College, City College of New York, New York City, 1970-1975; Andrew Mellon postdoctoral fellow in the humanities, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1976-1977; assistant professor of history, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1977-1984; associate professor of history, Michigan State University, East Lansing, since 1984; associate chairperson, since 1995.

Membership

Member American History Association, Medieval Academy American, Selden Society, N. American Conference on British Studies, American Society for Legal History.

Connections

Married Louis-Karl Tabuteau, September 16, 1968 (divorced December 1985).

father:
Jacob Bernard Zack

mother:
Marion (Millstein) Zack

spouse:
Louis-Karl Tabuteau