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Phebe Ann Marr Edit Profile

educator , historian

Phebe Ann Marr, American historian, educator. Research fellow Middle East Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968-1970, senior fellow National Defense University, Washington, 1985-1997, Woodrow Wilson Center fellow, 1998-1999, Council on Foreign Relations, United States Institute Peace fellow, 2004-2006.

Background

Marr, Phebe Ann was born on September 21, 1931 in Mount Vernon, New York, United States. Daughter of John Joseph and Lillian Victoria (Henningsen) Marr. Bachelor of Arts, Barnard College, 1953.

Education

Bachelor, Barnard College, New York City, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1967.

Career

Research associate Arabian American Oil Company, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, 1960-1962. Director middle east program Foreign Service Institute, 1963-1966. Research fellow Middle East Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968-1970.

Assistant professor Stanislaus State College, Turlock, California, 1970-1971, associate professor, 1971-1974. Associate professor of history U. Tennessee, Knoxville, 1974-1985,chairman Asian Studies Program, 1977-1979. Senior fellow National Defense U., Washington, 1985-1997.

Fellow Woodrow Wilson Center, 1998. Consultant Arabian American Oil Company, 1979-1983. Harvard University traveling fellow, 1956.

Member Council Foreign Rels.

Membership

Board directors Middle East Policy Council, 2004, Hollings Institute, 2008. Member Middle East Institute, Middle East Studies Association.

Connections

father:
John Joseph Bachelor of Arts

mother:
Lillian Victoria (Henningsen) Marr. Bachelor of Arts