- Howard Zinn, historian, playwright
- 29 Fern St., Auburndale, Mass. 02l66, 6l7-244-0779.
- Professor of History, Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga. 1956-1963.
- Professor of Political Science, Boston University, 1964-1988.
- Education: B.A., New York University, l95l.
- M.A. and Ph.D., Columbia University, l952, l958.
- Post-doctoral Fellow, Harvard University, l960-6l.
- Military Service: U.S.Air Force, European Theatre, l943-45.
- Listings: Who's Who in America, Dictionary of Int'l Biography
Essays: in twenty books.
- LaGuardia in Congress (Cornell U. Press, l959), Albert Beveridge Prize, American Historical Association.
- The Southern Mystique (Knopf, l964)
- S.N.C.C.: The New Abolitionists (Beacon, l964)
- New Deal Thought, ed. (Bobbs-Merrill, l965)
- Vietnam: The Logic of Withdrawal (Beacon, l967)
- Disobedience and Democracy (Random House, l968)
- The Politics of History (Beacon, l970)
- The Pentagon Papers: Critical Essays, ed., with Noam Chomsky (Beacon, l972).
- Postwar America, l945-l97l (Bobbs-Merrill, l973)
- Justice in Everyday Life, ed. (Morrow, l974)
- A People's History of the United States (Harper & Row, l980), nominated for American Book Award, l98l
- Declarations of Independence (Harper Collins, 1990), Olive Branch Award, 199l.
- Failure to Quit: Reflections of an Optimistic Historian (Common Courage Press, 1993.)
- You Can't Be Neutral On A Moving Train: A Personal History Of Our Times (Beacon Press, 1994)
- The Zinn Reader (Seven Stories Press, 1997)
- Marx in Soho: A Play on History (South End Press, 1999)
- The Future of History (Common Courage Press, 1999)
Articles: in Harper's, The Nation, The Crisis,The
Antioch Review, The American Scholar, The New Republic, Commonweal, The New York Times, The Saturday Review,Le Monde Diplomatique, The Progressive, etc.
Writings Translated: into Japanese, Italian, Norwegian, Serbo-Croatian, French, Spanish, Hindi, German, Finnish, Chinese,Korean
- Thomas Merton Award, 1991, Lannan Literary Award 1998,
- Eugene V. Debs Award, 1998,Upton Sinclair Award, 1999
Lectures Abroad: Tokyo University, Kyoto University, University of Amsterdam, University of Capetown, South Africa
- Emma (a play about the anarchist-feminist Emma Goldman), produced in New York, Boston, London, Edinburgh, Tokyo.
- Unsafe Distances, produced in New York, and at Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theatre in Westport, Conn.
- Marx in Soho, Washington, D.C., Asheville, N.C.
Visiting Professor: University of Paris,l974, l978, l984.
Univ.of Bologna,1995(Fulbright Distinguished Professor)