William Townsley Shinn Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University, 1957; Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1959; postgraduate, Moscow U., 1959-1960.
Secretary, then special assistant to head, United States Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Delaware, Vienna, Helsinki, Geneva, 1971-1973; deputy director, Office North Atlantic Treaty Organization Affairs, Department State, Washington, 1976-1978; director, Office Soviet Affairs, Department State, Washington, 1978-1980; deputy director, then director, Executive Seminar, Department State, Washington, 1981-1982; consul general, United States consulate general, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1982-1984; senior research fellow Center Study Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, since 1984; senior foreign affairs fellow, Center Strategic and International Studies. Board advisors Institute Soviet-American Relations.
The Decline of the Russian Peasant Household (Media and Society Series)
( Bill Shinn documents the rise and fall over the course ...)
- The Decline of the Russian Peasant Household, Vol. 124
- The Decline of the Russian Peasant Household (Media and Society Series)
Member American Association Advancement Slavic Studies, Phi Beta Kappa Clubs: Princeton Tower.
Married Harriet Ruth Rensch, June 28, 1958. Children: Elisabeth Anne, Robert William.