Olivier Zunz

Olivier Zunz (born 1946) is a social historian, and Commonwealth Professor at the University of Virginia, known for his work on Twentieth Century history of the American urban society and the development of modern philanthropy. He is also a leading Tocqueville historian.

Zunz was born and raised in France. He received his BA in history and geography (licence d'histoire et de géographie) from the University of Paris in 1968, his PhD from the Pantheon-Sorbonne University in 1977, where in 1982 he also received his Doctor of Letters. Zunz also spent several years studying at Princeton. He is Commonwealth Professor at the Corcoran Department of History of the University of Virginia since 1978. In 1986 he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowships for his exceptional work on US history.

In 2011, he was named a Officier of the French Ordre National du Mérite. Provided by Wikipedia
by Zunz, Olivier.
Published 2012
...Zunz, Olivier. Philanthropy in America....
Book Electronic
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search