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educator , historian

Roberta Thompson Manning, American historian, educator. Guggenheim fellow, New York City, 1989; Collaborative Projects fellow National Endowment of the Humanities, Washington, 1997, 99, 2002. Fellow Davis Center for Russian Studies; member American History Association, American Association for the Advancement Slavic Studies.

Background

Manning, Roberta Thompson was born on January 24, 1940 in Austin, Texas, United States. Daughter of Robert Bennet and Lucille Luby Thompson.

Education

Bachelor, Rice University, 1962. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1975.

Career

Acting assistant professor University California, San Diego, 1975. Assistant professor Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, 1975-1981, associate professor, 1981—2002, professor, since 2002. President The Tragedy of the Soviet Village Inc., Newton, Massachusetts, since 1998.

Works

Membership

Fellow Davis Center for Russian Studies. Member American History Association, American Association for the Advancement Slavic Studies.

Connections

Married Gerald Stuart Manning, March 24, 1964. Children: Innessa Anne, Rebecca Emily.

father:
Robert Bennet

mother:
Lucille Luby Thompson

spouse:
Gerald Stuart Manning

children:
Innessa Anne Manning

Rebecca Emily Manning