Edward Countryman

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Edward Countryman is an American historian.


He graduated from Manhattan College, and from Cornell University with an MA, and a Ph.D. in 1971.

He taught at Yale University, University of Canterbury, University of Warwick, University of Cambridge. He is currently a Distinguished University Professor at Southern Methodist University.[1]


  • 1983-91 Royal Historical Society
  • L.H.D. Honoris Causa Manhattan College
  • 1982 Bancroft Prize for A People in Revolution
  • 1966-71 Danforth Graduate Fellow
  • 1966-67 Woodrow Wilson Fellow


Historians at Work, series editor[edit]

  • What Did the Constitution Mean To Early Americans?. Bedford/St. Martin's. January 15, 1999. ISBN 978-0-312-18262-5. 
  • How Did American Slavery Begin?. Bedford/St. Martin's. January 15, 1999. ISBN 978-0-312-18261-8. 

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