Michael Jabara Carley, historian & professor, University Akron, 1999-2007. Université de Montréal, 2007-present
Carley, Michael Jabara was born on March 27, 1945 in Brooklyn. Son of George Robert Carley, Virginia Jabara.
Brother: Stephen Reveley Carley
Maternal grandparents: Benjamin Massoud Jabara and Surraya Massad
Paternal grandparents: George Reveley Carley and Grace Hendrickson
Bachelor of Arts, history & political science, George Washington University, 1967; Master of Arts, history Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1970; Doctor of Philosophy, history, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1976.
Director Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme, Ottawa, Canada, 1985—1998; consultant Policy Research Secretariat, Government of Canada, 1999—2000; professor, history, University Akron (Ohio), 1999--2007; professeur titulaire, Histoire, Université de Montréal, 2007 to present; Author: _Silent Conflict: A Hidden History of Early Soviet-Western Relations_, 2014 ("Outstanding Academic title," 2014, _Choice_ magazine, American Library Association); _1939: The Alliance that Never Was and the Coming of World World War II_, 1999 (French, Russian, Italian translations, 2001-2009); Grant-in-aid of publication, Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme, Canada, 2001, for _1939: l'alliance de la dernière chance, une réinterprétation des origines de la Seconde Guerre mondiale_, 2001; Three Year Major Research grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1995; Three Year Major Research grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1991; _Revolution and Intervention: The French Government and the Russian Civil War, 1917-1919_, 1983; contributor, more than 100 articles & reviews to professional journals in US, UK, Canada, France, Russian Federation (1976 to present).