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History educator

Walter McKenzie Pintner, American history educator. Fellow, International Research & Exchange Board, Leningrad, Moscow, 1966, 1970, 1981, Fellow Woodrow Wilson Center Scholars, 1977-1978. Member of American Association Advancement Slavic Studies.

Background

Pintner, Walter McKenzie was born on June 19, 1931 in Yonkers, New York, United States. Son of Rudolf and Margaret (Anderson) Pintner.

Education

Bachelor, University Chicago, 1951. Master of Arts, University Chicago, 1957. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1955.

Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1962. Postgraduate, Leningrad University, Russia, 1960.

Career

Researcher department State, Washington, 1956—1958. Instructor Princeton University, New Jersey, 1961—1962. Assistant professor Cornell University, 1962—1968, associate professor, 1968—1974, professor history, since 1974.

Visiting professor University London, 1986—1987.

Membership

Member of American Association Advancement Slavic Studies.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hiking, woodworking.

Connections

Married Sara H. Pedersen, October 24, 1970 (deceased 1968). Children: Anne McKenzie, Robert Miller.

father:
Rudolf Pintner

mother:
Margaret (Anderson) Pintner

spouse:
Sara H. Pedersen

children:
Anne McKenzie Pintner

Robert Miller Pintner