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BRUCE KUKLICK is Nichols Professor of American History at the University of Pennsylvania and holds the Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair at the Roosevelt Studies Center in the Netherlands. Lisa Birnbach's College Book has recognized him as the best teacher at Penn, and he has received the History Departments teaching prize and all of the Universitys major awards -- the Lindback and Abrams Prizes, the Senior Class Award, and the Richard Dunn Prize. The Teaching Company of Washington, D. C., has taped his lectures in its Superstar Teachers series. Kuklick is the author of nine books in the fields of American sports, political, diplomatic, and intellectual history, including his history of American thought Churchmen and Philosophers: Jonathan Edwards to John Dewey (l985); The Rise of American Philosophy: Cambridge Massachusetts, l860-l930 (l976); and Philosophy in America, 1720-2000 (2001). The second of these three won the Phi Beta Kappa book award in the humanities, while Churchmen and Philosophers has been the subject of a symposium sponsored by the American Academy of Religion. His most popular and successful book is one on baseball history, To Every Thing a Season: Shibe Park and Urban Philadelphia (1991), which has won the Casey Award and the SABR-Macmillan Baseball Prize.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Political science -- United States -- History.
United States -- Politics and government.