Kathryn E. Amdur
Department of History
Office: Bowden 324
Phone: (404) 727-4457
Kathryn E. Amdur, Associate Professor, Bowden 324, 727-4457 (B.A., Cornell University, 1969; M.A., Stanford University, 1971; Ph.D., 1978); modern European social and political history, especially the history of labor movements in twentieth-century France; working on a study of French labor and industry, including the social consequences of economic collaboration, in the era of World War II. Author of Syndicalist Legacy: Trade Unions and Politics in Two French Cities in the Era of World War I.
My Curriculum Vitae
- BA, Cornell University, 1969.
- MA, Stanford University, 1971.
- PhD, Stanford University, 1978.
- modern French history
- modern European social and political history