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Margaret Wilmer Bartlett

Margaret Wilmer Bartlett PhotoMargaret Wilmer Bartlett
IndustryAuthor, Education/Communications, Publishing/Editing
ExpertiseInternational Relations/Author/Freelance Editor/Researcher
Current OrganizationAuthor preparing for book launches with speeches and book signings
Type of OrganizationSchool/hospital
Major ProductAuthor/Teaching/Research
Area of DistributionInternational
University/DegreeB.A., English, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1966; Radcliffe Publishing Procedures Course, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Certificate of Completion, 1966; M.A., International Affairs, Drew University, Madison New Jersey, 1988
BornOctober 10, 1944, Washington, D.C.
Honors & AwardsOrder of International Fellowship; Suburban Community Music Center Honoree, 2000
Published WorksAuthor of "Cyprus, The United Nations, and the Quest for Unity"
AffiliationsFellow, Academy of Political Science; Member, National Association of Scholars, Princeton, New Jersey; Member, Foreign Policy Association, New York City; Middle East Institute, Washington, D.C.
Hobbies & SportsArt, genealogy, golf, travel
Career AccomplishmentsAuthor of Cyprus, the United Nations, and the Quest for Unity. This book grew out of a paper on the study of Peacekeeping at the United Nations while a student at Drew University. Traveled to Cyprus and interviewed prominent politicians and authors. Researched documents from the University of Cyprus, Centre of Cultural Heritage in Nicosia, Cyprus and National Archives of the United Kingdom, London. The textbook compares two United Nations Peacekeeping Forces, UNEF II in the Sinai and UNFICYP in Cyprus, discusses the Kofi Annan Peace Plan, describes the accession of Cyprus to the European Union and reveals current efforts to resolve the political problem in Cyprus. Certified Substitute Teacher, Editor.
Work HistoryPromotion Assistant in the Law Dept. of Little, Brown & Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 1966; Production Assistant, Law Dept., Little, Brown & Co., 1966-67; Copy Editor, Law Dept., Little Brown & Co., 1967-69; Free-lance Editor for Harper and Row, E.P. Dutton and Dodd, Mead, New York City, 1970-72; Brooklyn Historical Society: volunteer and paid professional work, Catalogued rare book collection-pre-American Revolution-and genealogy collection; Conservation of rare documents in polyester encasement; Member of the Board of Directors, 1972-80; Larksdale Press, Houston, Texas, Wrote the index for "Diary of Colonel Gray" and for "The Memorial Hospital System: The First 75 Years", 1982-83; Houston volunteer work: Helped to introduce computers at the Hunter's Creek Elementary School and taught computer; Free-lance Editor for Chatham House Press, Chatham, New Jersey and Rutgers University Transaction Press, 1984-87; After-school Teacher at the William Woodruff School, New Providence, New Jersey, 1988-90; Certified Substitute Teacher in Morris and Somerset Counties, 1990 to present; Pro Libra, Maplewood, New Jersey: Library work, 1995-97
ChildrenJohn Prentiss Bartlett, 37 Stephen Wilmer Bartlett, 34
SpouseMarshall Prentiss Bartlett
MarriedDecember 14, 1968
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