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Bernard Barber, Ph.D.
BERNARD BABER teaches sociology at Barnard College, and in the Graduate School of Columbia University. He is the author of Science and the Social Order, which has been published both in the United States and in England, and is now at work on a book which will be a systematic theoretical and factual survey of social stratification. Dr. Barber has also published a number of articles and reviews in professional journals, on subjects such as messianic movements among the North American Indians, sociological theory, and American women's fashions.
During World War II, Dr. Barber served for four years in the Navy, as an officer aboard a heavy cruiser in the Pacific, and as a lend-lease liaison officer with the British in Africa and Asia. He has both a bachelor's degree and a doctorate from Harvard, and has also taught at Harvard and at Smith College.