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Richard Hamilton, PhD

_Hamilton, RichardOccupation: Professor
Born: Kenmore, New York

Education:
PhD, Columbia University (1963)
MA, Columbia University (1953)
AB, University of Chicago (1950)
Coursework, University of Michigan (1947-1948)

Career:
Professor, The Ohio State University, Columbus (1986-Present)
Professor, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (1970-1986)
Associate Professor, Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1966-1970)
Assistant Professor, Princeton University (1964-1966)
Instructor, Harpur College, Binghamton, NY (1959-1964)
Instructor, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY (1957-1959)

Military:
With, United States Army (1954-1956)

Civic:
Member, Council, Inter-Universal Consortium for Political and Social Research (1975-1979)

Creative Works:
Author, “The Bourgeois Epoch” (1991); Co-Author, “The State of the Masses” (1986); Author, “Who Voted for Hitler?” (1982); Author, “Restraining Myths” (1975); Author, “Class and Politics in the United States” (1972); Author, “Affluence and the French Worker in the Fourth Republic” (1967); Contributing Author, 15 Books

Achievements:
Mershon Center, “War Planning: 1914” (2004); Mershon Center, “Spanish-American War Project” (2000); Mershon Center, “World War I Project” (2000); Mershon Center, “Classic Social Theories Project” (1997)

Awards:
Recipient, Various Awards, Mershon Center (2006); Recipient, Distinguished Scholar Award, Ohio University (1993); Grantee, Seed Grant, the Ohio State University (1988); Grantee, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (1983-1986); Grantee, Research Leave Grant, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (1981-1982); Grantee, Canada Council (1974-1978); Grantee, McGill University (1970-1974); Grantee, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (1971); Grantee, National Science Foundation (1969-1971); Grantee, Faculty Research Grant, Social Science Research Council (1966, 1968); Grantee, Research Committee Grant, University of Wisconsin (1967-1968); Grantee, Center of International Studies, Princeton University (1964-1965); Grantee, Committee on Research Grant, Princeton University (1964-1965); Grantee, Research Foundation, State University of New York (1960-1963); Grantee, Columbia University (1953); Scholar, University of Chicago (1950); Scholar, New York State (1947); Recipient, Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award; Honoree, Marquis Who’s Who Top Professional

Memberships:
Member, Steering Committee, Council for European Studies (1975-1978)

Family:
Son of Delmer Vernon Hamilton and Ethelwyn Gertrude (Stevenson) Hamilton
Married: Irene Maria Elisabeth Wagner (08/12/1957)
Children: Carl Thomas; Tilman Michael

Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 1990-1991, 46th Edition (pub. 1990)
Who’s Who in America – 1987-1988, 44th Edition (pub. 1986)

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