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Lynn Yvette Weiner

academic administrator , history professor

Lynn Yvette Weiner, American History educator. Fellow National Endowment for Humanities, 1988. Member American History Association, Organisation American Historians (Binkley-Stephenson prize 1995), American Studies Association, Chicago Area Women's History Association, League of Women Voters, National Organization for Women.

Background

Weiner, Lynn Yvette was born on February 8, 1951 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Charles Mendel and Audrey (Allen) Weiner.

Education

AB, University of Michigan, 1972;Master of Arts, Boston University, 1975;Doctor of Philosophy, Boston University, 1981.

Career

Research associate Jane Addams papers project, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1983-1984;visiting assistant professor, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1990-1991;instructor, lecturer history, Roosevelt University, Chicago, 1985-1990;associate professor, Roosevelt University, Chicago, 1991-1997;associate dean Arts and Sciences, Roosevelt University, Chicago, since 1993;professor, Roosevelt University, Chicago, since 1997. Executive director Coordinating Committee on Women in History Profession/Conference Groupon Women's History, 1989-1991.

Works

Membership

Member American History Association, Organisation American Historians (Binkley-Stephenson prize 1995), American Studies Association, Chicago Area Women's History Association, League of Women Voters, National Organization for Women.

Connections

Married Thomas Glenn Moher, May 5, 1974. Children: Andrew Allen, Jeffrey Stephen.

father:
Charles Mendel Weiner

mother:
Audrey (Allen) Weiner

spouse:
Thomas Glenn Moher

children:
Andrew Allen Weiner

Jeffrey Stephen Weiner