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Religion and history educator

Robert Mitchell Haddad, American religion and history educator. Fulbright fellow, 1954-1955. Ford Foundation fellow, 1958-1960, Social Science Research Council fellow, 1966-1967.

Background

Haddad, Robert Mitchell was born on October 1, 1930 in Brooklyn. Son of Nadra Abdo and Hadbo Shehadi (Trabulsi) Haddad.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Pittsburgh, 1952. Master of Arts, University Michigan, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1965.

Career

Member, Orthodox Theological Society in American, since 1968;president, Orthodox Theological Society in American, 1973-1975;Orthodox representative, Anglican/Orthodox Theological Consultation in the United States, since 1975;Orthodox representative, Eastern Orthodox/Roman Catholic Theological Consultation in the United States, since 1978;Sophia Smith professor of history, professor religion, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, since 1982. Antiochian Orthodox representative Task Force on Christian Muslim Rels., NCCC, 1978-1984. Member Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue, Kennedy Institute Ethics., Georgetown University, 1979-1983.

Works

Connections

Married Helen C. Rogerson, March 6, 1964. Children: Emily, Leila, Josette, George.

father:
Nadra Abdo Haddad

mother:
Hadbo Shehadi (Trabulsi) Haddad

spouse:
Helen C. Rogerson

children:
Emily Haddad

Leila Haddad

Josette Haddad

George Haddad