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educator , historian

Miriam R. Levin, American historian, educator. Grantee Research grantee, National Science Foundation; American Council of Learned Societies grantee, 1989, Five College Women's Studies Center fellow, 1995. Member Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations, since 2001; editorial board Journal History and Technology, Icon Journal; board governors The History Society, 1998—2000; Member of Society for History of Technology.

Background

Levin, Miriam R. was born on October 29, 1940 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Nathan David Grundstein and Dorothy Daughter of Davis.

Education

Bachelor, University Michigan, 1962. Master of Arts, University Michigan, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1980.

Career

Lecturer Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, 1978, Smith College, Northampton, 1980, 1982, 1984. Associate Five Colleges, Inc., Amherst, 1985—1989. Program officer Massachusetts Foundation for Humanities, South Hadley, 1987—1989.

Assistant professor Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1989—1996, associate professor history, since 1996, director museum studies program, 1995—1997. Visiting professor University Blaise Pascal, Clermon-Ferrand, France, 2002, Ecole des Haute, Etudes on Sciences Sociales, Paris, 2004. Consultant history of science program Smith College, 1997—1998.

Visiting scholar Emory University, 1997—1999. Visiting professor Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

Membership

Member Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations, since 2001. Editorial board Journal History and Technology, Icon Journal. Board governors The History Society, 1998—2000.

Member of Society for History of Technology.

Connections

Married Bruce R. Levin, September 8, 1962 (divorced 2003). Children: Petra Anne, Simon J.

father:
Nathan David Grundstein

mother:
Dorothy Daughter

spouse:
Bruce R. Levin

children:
Simon J. Levin

Petra Anne Levin