Title — Society of the Cincinnati George Washington Distinguished Professor of History
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Leo P. Ribuffo specializes in 20th century US history and American intellectual history. He is currently writing The Limits of Moderation: Jimmy Carter and the Ironies of American Liberalism, which interprets Jimmy Carter's presidency in broad social and cultural context. based on extensive use of archival material at his presidential library, including recently declassified documents relating to foreign policy and defense. He has taught in China and lectured in Japan, Mexico, Germany, India, Nigeria, and the Republic of Korea. (Complete C.V.)
Ph.D., Yale University, 1976.
"George W. Bush, the 'Faith-Based Presidency,' and the Latest 'Evangelical Menace.'" Journal of American and Canadian Studies (Japan) 24 (2006): 17-37. Chinese translation published in Religion and American Society (Shanghai) 4 (2008): 590-619.
"Family Policy Past as Prologue: Jimmy Carter, the White House Conference on Families, and the Mobilization of the New Christian Right." Review of Policy Research 23, no. 2 (March 2006): 311-38.
Right Center Left: Essays in American History. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1992.
The Old Christian Right: The Protestant Far Right from the Great Depression to the Cold War Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1983.
- Winner, 1985 Merle Curti Prize for best book in intellectual history, awarded by the Organization of American Historians.
Editor, "Contemporary America." Special Issue of American Quarterly 35, no. 1/2 (Spring-Summer 1983).
Hist 101W: American Intellectual History
Hist 133: Recent U.S. History, 1890-1945
Hist 134: Contemporary U.S. History Since 1945
Hist 267: American Social Thought Since World War II
History 284-284 Twentieth Century US