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Editorial Reviews

"Magisterial... Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty is perhaps the finest one-volume biography of an American president." --Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post

"For all readers interested in understanding the enigmatic and controversial Jefferson as well as his shortcomings and triumphs within the context of his time." --Library Journal 

"[An] elegant, highly incisive new biography... The detail is impressive, equally so the fluidity of the presentation. The reader is enveloped in Jefferson's world." --Booklist 

"In a narrative as majestic as its subject, Boles takes a fresh, nuanced look at one of the America's most enigmatic founding fathers... Boles, an accomplished scholar well versed in the source material, deftly paints a picture of the world as Jefferson knew it, taking care not to mix up understanding with excusing, especially with the Virginian's relationship with Sally Hemings. This is a gem of a biography." --Publishers Weekly 


He has also written many reviews and articles and spoken widely on history, editing, and teaching, and for years he directed a large graduate training program in southern history at Rice. In 1991 he was awarded the Meritorious Service Award by the Association of Rice Alumni, in 2004 he received their Distinguished Alumni Award, and in 2012 the ARA Gold Medal; in 1994 and 2004 he received the Graduate Student Association Teaching Award. He won the Presidential Mentoring Award in 2006 and the George R. Brown Award for Superior Teaching in 2007 and 2009. During the spring semester of 2000 he held the Robert Foster Cherry Distinguished Teaching Professorship at Baylor University; in the winter semester of 2005-6 he held the Fulbright-Leipzig Distinguished Chair in American Studies at the University of Leipzig; and in the winter semester of 2009-10 he held the Leibniz Professorship at the Institute of Advanced Study, University of Leipzig. He is a member of the Houston Philosophical Society, the Philosophical Society of Texas, and the Southern Historical Association. During the academic year 2016–17 he is serving as president of the Southern Historical Association.

We are honored that he will be available to speak to our club at our June meeting and he will have books available for sale.












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      will be the Speaker at  CFRW meeting June 13, 2017
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