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John A. Moore, Jr.

Professor Emeritus, Department of History

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA 91768-4054

E-Mail: JAMoore2@csupomona.edu


With Granddaughter Mai Linda Moore at the Orange County Center for Performing Arts

John Moore is Professor Emeritus of History at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He served for many years as Director of the Virginia and Douglass Adair Symposia: Studies of Constitutional Democracy, Faculty Advisor for the university ’s National Model United Nations program, and Faculty Advisor for Cal Poly Pomona’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the honorary history society. He has recently completed, with coauthor Jerry Pubantz, his thirteenth book, A Global Right to Democracy? Peacekeepers and The Philosophers (2012). Moore and Pubantz are also editors of the Encyclopedia of the UN (Second Edition, 2008). In the Fall and Winter of 2004, Moore was László Országh Distinguished Chair of History in Hungary. This was his second Fulbright assignment. During the Winter and Spring of 1999, he was Senior Fulbright Scholar/Lecturer in Finland. The following year he and his coauthor, Professor Pubantz, received an “Outstanding Academic Title for the Year 2000” award from the American Library Association for their book To Create a New World? American Presidents and the United Nations

  

Biking Lake Balaton in Hungary

For more about Professor Moore link into his Curriculum Vitae.


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