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OLIVER POLLAK

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Non-fiction writer OLIVER POLLAK is an attorney and professor of history at the University of Nebraska — Omaha. He holds the PhD from UCLA and the JD from Creighton university. His academic specialities include Britain and the Commonwealth, Comparative Imperialism, Jewish History, and Legal History. He is the author, most recently, of A Year at the Sorbonne: A Proustian Life (Yellow Barn Press), which was named Cover Design/Illustration Book Arts Production Honor Book in the 2003 Nebraska Book Awards. He is also the author of Nebraska Courthouses (2002) and Jewish Life in Omaha and Lincoln: A Photographic History (Arcadia Publishing, 2001). In addition to his many other accomplishments, Pollak is a board member of the Nebraska Center for the book and one of the founders of The Nebraska Jewish Historical Society.



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