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Noah Lucas

political science educator

Noah Lucas, British political science educator. member St; member Brit.

Background

Lucas, Noah was born on June 30, 1927 in Glasgow, Scotland. Son of Tevye and Celia Sonia (Morris) Lucas.

Education

Graduate Hebrew Studies fellow, 1975-1976.

Career

Senior staff Histadrut Executive, Tel-Aviv, 1953-1957. Assistant professor Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, 1961-1963. Research fellow Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 1963-1966.

Lecturer to senior lecturer Sheffield University, England, since 1967, chairman department politics, 1985-1986. Consultant, reader in field. Consultant, script-writer British Broadcasting Corporation, since 1978.

Works

  • Author: The Modern History of Israel, 1975. Contributor articles to professional journals. Nuffield Foundation Social Science Research fellow, 1975-1976.

    Oxford Centre for Postgrad. Hebrew Studies fellow, 1975-1976. British Academy Overseas visiting fellow, 1976.

    Senior associate member St. Antony's College Fellow British Society Middle Eastern Studies (member council). Member British Association Jewish Studies, British Association American Studies, Academy Council International Center Middle East Peace.

Membership

Member St; member Brit.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Moor walking.

Connections

Married Beatrice Sarah Taylor, November 4, 1965. Children– Sonia, Tamara.

father:
Tevye Lucas

mother:
Celia Sonia (Morris) Lucas

spouse:
Beatrice Sarah Taylor

children:
Sonia Lucas

Tamara Lucas