Irving Louis Horowitz

Irving Louis Horowitz

Irving Louis Horowitz (1929-2012) was Hannah Arendt distinguished university professor emeritus of sociology and political science at Rutgers University. He served as chairman of the board and editorial director of Transaction Publishers at the University. A prolific writer, he authored nearly 50 books, many of which appeared in translation and multiple editions, as well as hundreds of articles and essays.  Subjects ranged from political theory to academic affairs and public policy, to publishing. He was widely regarded as the authoritative voice on Cuban Communism. Dr. Horowitz received many awards for his contributions to public life.

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The New York Times Obituary

The New Jersey Star-Ledger Obituary

A Social Scientist Who Made a Difference

Irving Louis Horowitz, A Force of Nature

A Final Article in Academic Questions by Irving Louis Horowitz

Irving Louis Horowitz – Brainstorm

Can These Bones Live: Irving Louis Horowitz (1929-2012)

Final Edit: Irving Louis Horowitz, 1929-2012

Irving Louis Horowitz, RIP

Complete bibliography of works by Irving Louis Horowitz: 1951-2013

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