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Full Name: Hannah Arendt
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(1906-1975) German-American political theorist, writer. Arendt lived in Manhattan. Educated in Germany in the 1920s, Arendt emigrated to the U.S. in 1941. Her lecturing and teaching credits are numerous. To list just a few, she was a Guggenheim fellow (1952-53), a visiting lecturer at Berkeley (1955), the first woman appointed full professor at Princeton (1959), visiting professor of government at Columbia (1960), professor at the U. of Chicago (1963-67), and university professor at the New School for Social Research. Her writings include "Origins of Totalitarianism" (1951), "The Human Condition" (1958), "Eichmann in Jerusalem" (1963), "On Revolution" (1963), "Men in Dark Times" (1968), "On Violence" (1969), and "Crises of the Republic" (1972). Arendt also served as research director of the Conference on Jewish Relations (1944-46) and executive director of Jewish Cultural Reconstruction, in New York City (1949-1952).
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1949 New York County
Arendt was Executive Director of Jewish Cultural Reconstruction, in New York City (1949-1952).  
1906 (Unknown) County
Hannah Arendt was born in Hanover, Germany in 1906. 
1975 New York County
Hannah Arendt died in New York, New York in 1975. 
1975 Dutchess County
Hannah Arendt is interred at Bard College, Annadale-on-the-Hudson, New York. 
1951 (Unknown) County
Origins of Totalitarianism
 
1958 (Unknown) County
The Human Condition
 
1963 (Unknown) County
Eichmann in Jerusalem
 
1963 (Unknown) County
On Revolution
 
1968 (Unknown) County
Men in Dark Times
 
1969 (Unknown) County
On Violence
 
1972 (Unknown) County
Crises of the Republic
 
1967 New York County
Arendt taught at the New School for Social Research in New York City from 1967 to 1975. 

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