Paul Fideler is professor of history and humanities. His teaching interests in history focus on pre-industrial England, Victorian Britain, Europe from the French Revolution to the European Union, the twentieth-century world, and modern India and South Africa.
Paul A. Fideler
Professional Title: Professor of History and Humanities
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: British Social Welfare; Victorian Britain; British Empire; Modern European and World History; Political Philosophy; World Religions; Historiography
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: History and Humanities Teaching and Research
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: History: Modern Europe from the French Revolution to the EU, Victorian Britain, Twentieth Century World History; Modern India; Modern South Africa; Historiography; Humanities: Western and Non-Western Philosophy; World Religions; Political Philosophy; Postmodern Historiography and Literary Criticism
Education: BA, St. Lawrence University; MA, PhD, Brandeis University; American Council of Learned Societies Fellow.
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My courses are conceptually interdisciplinary, including not only history and the humanities, but the natural and social sciences, as well.
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Credit Towards Graduate Education - Lesley Dividend
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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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