Aida D. Donald Audio Books

Aida D. Donald Audio Books

Aida Donald, a former Fulbright fellow at Oxford University, holds a PhD in American history and has taught at Columbia University. She is a former editor-in-chief of Harvard University Press and worked as a publisher at Hill and Wang and Johns Hopkins University Press. She lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts.

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