Naomi Pasachoff

Naomi Pasachoff, Research Associate

EDUCATION: AB, Harvard, 1968; MA, Columbia, 1969; PhD: Brandeis, 1974

COURSES TAUGHT: Reading and Writing Biography

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
Naomi Pasachoff’s Academic Website: http://sites.williams.edu/solar-corona/naomi-pasachoffs-books/
Marie Curie and the Science of Radioactivity, Oxford University Press, 1996; Alexander Graham Bell: Making Connections, Oxford University Press, 1996; Frances Perkins: Champion of the New Deal, Oxford University Press, 1999; Niels Bohr: Physicist and Humanitarian, Enslow, 2003; A Concise History of the Jewish People, Rowman & Littlefield, 2005; Historical Connections: Albert Einstein with profiles of Isaac Newton and J. Robert Oppenheimer, World Book, 2007; A Student’s Guide to T. S. Eliot, Enslow, 2009; A Student’s Guide to the Brontë Sisters, Enslow, 2010; Reading and Interpreting the Works of T. S. Eliot, Enslow, 2017; Reading and Interpreting the Works of the Brontë Sisters, Enslow, 2018

PRIMARY FIELDS OF INTEREST: Biography, history of science, political science, American and European history.

HISTORY OF PHYSICS WEBSITE: http://www.aip.org/history/curie

OTHER INTERESTS: Drama, C. P. Snow, Philip Roth, crossword puzzles, Gilbert & Sullivan