Albert Katz Weinberg

Albert Katz Weinberg

Fellow: Awarded 1941
Field of Study: U.S. History

Competition: US & Canada

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:

WEINBERG, ALBERT KATZ:  Appointed for a study of the historical evolution of American nationalism; tenure, twelve months from August 15, 1941.

Born July 6, 1899, Baltimore, Maryland. Education:  Columbia University, A.B., 1920; Johns Hopkins University, A.M., 1924, Ph.D., 1931; Universities of Berlin and Göttingen, 1922–23.

Fellow of the Walter Hines Page School of International Relations, 1930–39, Lecturer in Political Science, 1934–38, Instructor in the College for Teachers, 1933—, Albert Shaw Lecturer in Diplomatic History, 1939–40, Johns Hopkins University; Member, 1939—, Institute for Advanced Study.

Publications:  Manifest Destiny: A Study of Nationalist Expansionism in American History, 1935. Articles and reviews in International Journal of Ethics, Journal of Philosophy, The Standard, Pacific Affairs, American Political Science Review, American Historical Review.

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