AHA Staff, March 2013
The career of John Whiteclay Chambers II, Distinguished Professor of History at Rutgers, New Brunswick, New Jersey, was honored by a public history program on historians and World War II held in New York City, on the Veterans Day weekend. Chambers, who received his PhD at Columbia University and taught there, at Barnard College, for ten years, has been a member of the Rutgers University faculty since 1982.
The celebratory program was held at Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus on November 12, 2012. Sponsored by Fordham University Press, it honored the career of Professor Chambers and celebrated the Festschrift dedicated to him, entitled The United States and the Second World War: New Perspectives on Diplomacy, War, and the Home Front, published by Fordham University Press.
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