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educator , historian

Stanford Eugene Lehmberg, American historian, educator. Fulbright scholar, 1954-1956, Guggenheim fellow, 1965-1966, 1985-1986. Fellow Royal History Society, Society of Antiquaries; member American History Association, Midwest Conference British Studies (president 1982-1984), Renaissance Society of America, American Society Reformation Research.

Background

Lehmberg, Stanford Eugene was born on September 23, 1931 in McPherson, Kansas, United States. Son of Willard Eugene and Helen (Stanford) Lehmberg.

Education

Bachelor, University Kansas, 1953. Master of Arts, University Kansas, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, Cambridge University, England, 1956.

Doctor of Letters, Cambridge University, England, 1990.

Career

Member faculty, University Texas, Austin, 1956-1969; member of faculty, University of Minnesota, 1969-1998; professor of history, University of Minnesota, 1967-1998; department chairman, University of Minnesota, 1979-1985.

Works

Membership

Fellow Royal History Society, Society of Antiquaries. Member American History Association, Midwest Conference British Studies (president 1982-1984), Renaissance Society of America, American Society Reformation Research.

Connections

Married Phyllis Barton, July 23, 1962. 1 son, Derek Grantham.

father:
Willard Eugene Lehmberg

mother:
Helen (Stanford) Lehmberg

spouse:
Phyllis Barton