Nebraska Authors

Gordon A. Fellman

Born 1934 Omaha, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Omaha, NE
Yellow Springs, OH
Cambridge, MA

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Sociology

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH
Ph.D., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Occupation

Professor of Sociology

Honors

M.S. Arnoni Award for Writing, Jewish Currents, 1989
Louis Dembitz Brandeis Prize for Excellence in Teaching, 1999
Chaplains' Award, 1999
Student Union Best Teaching Award, 2007
Distinguished Interdisciplinary Lecturer, Case Western Reserve University Law School, 2009
Robin M. Williams, Jr. Award for Distinguished Contributions to Scholarship, Teaching, and Service, Section on Peace, War, and Social Conflict of the American Sociological Association, 2011

Bibliography

The Deceived Majority: Politics and Protest in Middle America. 1973.
Rambo and the Dalai Lama: The Compulsion to Win and Its Threat to Human Survival. 1998.
World Views, Emotional Honesty, and How to Move Beyond One's Own Destructive Pattern of Behavior. 2006.

Contributor to many professional journals and compilations.

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