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George J. Lankevich, American history, writer. Achievements include five articles entered into the The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives; four articles entered into various encyclopedias; three articles entered into research novels. Named Centennial History of New York City, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani/ New York City, 1999.

Background

Lankevich, George J. was born on April 23, 1939 in Queens, New York, United States. Son of George C. and Madeline Lankevich.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Fordham College, 1959. Master of Arts, Columbia U, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia U, 1967.

Career

Teacher on project Bronx Communications College, Bronx, New York, 1985. Teacher Grolier Educated Group, Danbury, Connecticut, 1996. Lecturer Bronx Communications College, Bronx, New York, 1987.

Instructor American Social History Project Seminar, 1987, National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Seminar for College Teacher, 1989. Lecturer Bronx History Society, 1993. Instructor National Endowment of the Humanities summer Seminar for College Teacher, 1993.

Lecturer Bronx Communications College, Bronx, New York, 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include five articles entered into the The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives. Four articles entered into various encyclopedias. Three articles entered into research novels.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (novels) Postcards from Manhattan/ Square One Publishers, 2002, The Wit and Wisdom of the Talmud/ Square One Publishers, 2002. Co-author Documenting the Modern World/ Whittier Publications, 2002. Editor: (press series) The United Nations Under Javier Perez de Cuellar/The Scarecrow Press, 2001.

      Author: (novels) Postcards from Times Square/ Square One Publishers, 2001. Co-author The Modern World: A History/ Pearson, 2000. Author (editions 1 and 2) A History of NYC/ New York University Press, 1998—2002.

      Co-editor The Federal Court/ Grolier Educated Corporation, 1995. Editor (Volunteer I, X of series) The Supreme Court in American Life/ Grolier Educated Corporation, 1995. Co-editor The Rehnquist Court, 1995.

      Author: (plays) The World and the West: Reading in Contemporary History/ Avery Public Group, Incorporated, 1992, (novels) The United Nations War Crimes Commission/ Garland Public Company, 1990, Ethnic American/ Oceana Public Incorporated, 1981, James E. Carter/ Oceana Public Incorporated, 1981, The Presidents of the Republic of Texas/ Oceana Public Incorporated, 1979, Atlanta/ Oceana Public Incorporated, 1978, Gerald R. Ford/ Oceana Public Incorporated, 1977, Milwaukee/ Oceana Public Incorporated, 1977. Co-author Ideas that Made the Modern History/ Kendall Hunt Public, 1976. Author Boston/ Oceana Public, Incorporated, 1974.

Membership

Member of New York State Regents Teaching Fellowship, New York City Faculty Fellowship, New York State Faculty Fellowship.

Connections

Married Josette Napolitano, July 24, 1965. Children: George M., Christine.

father:
George C.

mother:
Madeline Lankevich

spouse:
Josette Napolitano

children:
George M. Lankevich

Christine Lankevich