Mary Susannah Robbins
susannah.robbins@gmail.com

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Mary Susannah Robbins, Ph.D., is the author of:

Against the Vietnam War and Peace Not Terror are collections of essays by, among others, Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Staughton Lynd, Dave Dellinger, William Sloane Coffin, H. Bruce Franklin, David Harris, David Cortright, Jane Bond Moore, Jeff Jones, JoAnn Wypijewski, and Vietnam War and Iraq War veterans.

Robbins runs an editorial service. Among books she has edited that have been successfully published are Impressionists Side By Side by Barbra Ehrlich White (Knopf) and Why Johnny Can’t Tell Right from Wrong: Cultural Illiteracy and the Case for Character Education by William Kirk Kilpatrick (Simon & Schuster).

Robbins has prints and paintings in The Fogg Museum, The Smith College Museum of Art, The Loeb Art Center at Vassar College, in the estates of Meyer Schapiro and Victor Weisskopf, and in private collections all over the world. View a gallery of her art work.

Robbins graduated from Harvard and received a Ph.D. in English Literature from Boston College. She has taught in the English Departments of Vassar College and Boston College.



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