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  • William R. Keylor

    Professor of History and International Relations Pardee School of Global Studies

    Director, International History Institute Boston University

    Mailing Address:

    Pardee School of Global Studies Boston University

    152 Bay State Road Boston, MA 02215

    Telephone: (617) 358-0197 E-Mail: [email protected]

    Twitter: @wrkeylor Website: http://www.bu.edu/pardeeschool/profile/william-r-keylor/

    EDUCATION B.A., honors in history, Stanford University (1966): Honors Thesis under direction of Professor Gordon Wright M.A., modern European history, Columbia University (1967) Certificate, European Institute, Columbia University (1971) Ph.D., modern European history, Columbia University (1971) Jacques Barzun first reader, Robert Paxton second reader Certificate in Financial Planning, Boston University (1986) ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Instructor in History, Rutgers University, Newark (1969) Fulbright Teaching Fellow, Université de Paris, Vincennes (1969-70) Lecturer in History, Rutgers University, Newark (1970-72) Assistant Professor of History, Boston University (1972-75)

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    Tenured Associate Professor of History, Boston University (1975-80) Visiting Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    (1979-80) Professor of History, Boston University (1980--) Professeur Invité, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris (spring 2003) Acting Chair, Department of History, Boston University (1988-

    89) Chair, Department of History, Boston University (1989-91, 1991-94, 1994- 97, 1997-2000) Professor of International Relations, Boston University (1992--) Director, International History Institute, Boston University (1999--) Acting Chair, Department of International Relations (2009) GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS (Recipient or Principal Investigator) J.B. Weter History Honors Fellowship, Stanford University (1965-66) Advanced Fulbright Teaching Fellowship, Paris, France (1969-70) Columbia University Presidential Fellowship (awarded but declined) (1969-70) French Government Traveling Fellowship (awarded but declined) (1969-70) Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship (1970-71) American Council of Learned Societies Traveling Fellowship (1972) Boston University Graduate School Summer Research Fellowship (1972) Inter-University Centre for European Studies Fellowship (1974) Boston University Graduate School Summer Research Fellowship (1976) John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (awarded in 1976, accepted in 1978) American Philosophical Society Research Fellowship (1985)

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    Fulbright Senior Research Fellowship (1986) Boston University Graduate School Summer Research Fellowship (1986) National Endowment for the Humanities Travel to Sources Fellowship (1987) Boston University Humanities Foundation Course Development Grant (1988) McCormick Fellowship, Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association (1994) Florence Gould Foundation Program Grant (awarded 1995 for 1996) Earhart Foundation Fellowship (2000-2001) Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship (2000-2001) Boston University Instructional Technology Grant (2000-2001) Florence Gould Foundation Program Grant (2003) PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND HONORS FOR SCHOLARSHIP AND WRITING Doctoral Oral Examination passed with highest grade of "double excellent," Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (1969) Doctoral Dissertation Defense with highest grade of "Distinction," Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (1971) Andrew Mellon publication grant, Harvard University Press (1975) Selected for Scholar-Diplomat Program to serve as Observer at the French Desk, United States Department of State (1975) Elected Member of Board of Editors, French Historical Studies (1980-83) Elected Member of Committee on Committees, American Historical Association (1981-84) One of two American historians invited to deliver a paper at the international colloquium in Rheims, France commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe (1985)

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    Elected to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, London (1987) Winner of United Methodist Church Scholar-Teacher Award (1988) Selected as only American historian to deliver an address before the international colloquium in Caen, France, entitled "Faut-il faire la guerre pour la démocratie?" to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the D-Day landing (1994) Elected President, Society for French Historical Studies (1995-96) Designated Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite [Knight of the National Order of Merit], French Republic (1997) Selected as Professeur invité, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris (Summer 2003) AWARDS AND HONORS FOR TEACHING Arthur G.B. Metcalf (Boston University Board of Trustees) Award for Excellence in Teaching, Boston University (1984) United Methodist Church Scholar-Teacher Award, Boston University (1988) Boston University Nominee (later selected) to participate in the Institute for European Studies' Faculty Seminar on the French Revolution [on the occasion of the bicentennial], Paris and Nantes, (1989) Chosen to deliver lectures in the Alexander Crummel Summer Seminars [for minority students intending to pursue careers as teachers and scholars in the humanities] (1991) PUBLICATIONS IN BOOK FORM Academy and Community: The Foundation of the French Historical Profession (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1975) From Parnassus: Essays in Honor of Jacques Barzun (coed. Dora B. Weiner) (New York: Harper & Row, 1976) Jacques Bainville and the Renaissance of Royalist History in Twentieth- Century France (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1979) The Twentieth-Century World: An International History (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984); Revised 2nd edition, 1992; Revised 3rd edition, 1996; Revised 4th edition, 2001; Revised 5th edition, 2005; Revised 6th edition,

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    2011; (Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, and Georgian translations). Canadian edition (with Jerry Bannister, 2005, 2nd ed., 2011) The Legacy of the Great War: Peacemaking 1919 (edited with an introduction) (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997) A World of Nations: The International Order Since 1945 (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003). Revised 2nd edition, 2008. Italian Translation. Encyclopedia of the Modern World (general editor) (New York: Facts on File, 2006) PUBLICATIONS IN ARTICLE, ESSAY, OR CHAPTER FORM "The Origins and Development of the Academic Historical Profession in France," Newsletter of the New England Historical Association (September 1974), 12-19. "Clio et le roi: Jacques Bainville et la doctrine historique de l'Action Française," Etudes Maurrassiennes , vol. 3 (Spring, 1975), 97-106. "Clio on Trial: Charles Péguy as Historical Critic," in Keylor and Weiner, ed., From Parnassus: Essays in Honor of Jacques Barzun (New York: Harper & Row, 1976), 195-208. Reprinted in Dennis Poupard, ed., Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1980) "Prohibition Diplomacy: An Incident of Franco-American Misunderstanding," French Civilization Vol. V, No. 3 (Spring, 1981), 299-311. "Anticlericalism and Educational Reform in the French Third Republic," History of Education Quarterly (Autumn 1981), 95-102. "Die Herausforderung der Wissenschaft von der Gesellschaft," in Wolf Lepenies, ed., Geschichte der Soziologie (Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkampt, 1981) "'Lafayette, We Have Quit!': Wilsonian Policy and French Security After Versailles," in Nancy L. Roelker and Charles K. Warner, ed., Two Hundred Years of Franco-American Relations (Worcester, MA: Heffernan Press [for the Society for French Historical Studies], 1983), 44-75 "Jacques Bainville," in Patrick H. Hutton, ed., Historical Dictionary of the Third French Republic, 1870-1940 (Westport, CN, Greenwood Press, 1986). "Entente Cordiale," in ibid. "Franco-British Relations," in ibid.

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    "Charles-Victor Langlois," in ibid. "Ernest Lavisse," in ibid. "Louis Madelin." in ibid. "Gabriel Monod," in ibid. "Franco-Russian Relations in the Third Republic," in ibid. "Charles Seignobos," in ibid. "Triple Entente," in ibid. "Franco-American Relations in the Third Republic," in ibid. "France's Role In World War I," in ibid. "World History and International History: Complementary or Incompatible Approaches to Global Historical Reality?" World History, Vol .III, No. 1 (Summer 1985), 1-4. "Des Buts de guerre aux buts de paix: La Politique européenne des Etats-Unis de Yalta à Potsdam," in Maurice Vaisse, ed., La Victoire en Europe (Paris: La Manufacture, 1986), 169-180. "Great Britain, France, and the Munich Settlement: Foreign Policy and National Deterrent," The Munich Diktat: Fifty Years After (Institute for the Study of Conflict, Ideology, and Policy Publication Series, No. 2 (Autumn, 1988), 1-8 "The Rise and Demise of the Franco-American Guarantee Treaty, 1919-1921," Proceedings of the Western Society for French History , Vol 14 (Autumn1988), 367-377. "France Faces Glasnost a

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