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Mordechai Feingold

educator , historian , researcher

Mordechai Feingold, Israeli historian, researcher, educator. Wissenschaftskolleg fellow, Berlin, 1996-1997; Dibner Institute fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994-1995, 99-2000.

Background

Feingold, Mordechai was born on August 25, 1951 in Haifa, Israel. Son of Yaakov Ullman and Leah Skopol Feingold.

Education

Bachelor, Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel, 1972. Master of Arts, Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford (England) University, 1980.

Career

Junior fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981-1984;assistant professor, Boston University, 1984-1988;professor of history, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, since 1988. Visiting professor Caltech, Pasadena, California, 1994, History of Science Society, 1992-1993.

Works

  • Author: The Mathematicians' Apprenticeship, 1984. Author, editor: Before Newton: The Life and Times of Isaac Barrow, 1990. Co-editor: In the Presence of the Past, 1991, The World of William and Mary, 1996.

Membership

Wissenschaftskolleg fellow, Berlin, 1996-1997. Dibner Institute fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994-1995, 99-2000.

Connections

Married Carol Lynne Magun, August 20, 1972. Children: Yaakov, Ariella.

father:
Yaakov Ullman

mother:
Leah Skopol Feingold

spouse:
Carol Lynne Magun

children:
Yaakov Feingold

Ariella Feingold