Julian Zelizer Biography
Julian Zelizer (Julian Emanuel Zelizer) is an author at Princeton University and a professor of political history in the USA. Julian has authored and co-authored numerous books regarding American political history. His enthusiasm to study was inspired by his mum and dad while he was at a young age.
Julian Zelizer Age
Julian Zelizer was born on 6th December 1969, inUnited States of America. He is 51 years old.
Julian Zelizer Height
Julian is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Julian Zelizer Family
Julian Zelizer Education
Julian joined Metuchen High School. Later on, he attended Brandeis University in Massachusetts and attained his degree. Moreover, he graduated from Johns Hopkins University found in Maryland with a Ph.D. in History.
Julian Zelizer Wife
Julian married his first wife, Nora Kay Moran in 1996. They exchanged their wedding vows at Adas Israel in Washington, D.C. He married his second wife named Meg Jacobs in 2012.
Julian Zelizer Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $199,342 per year.
Julian Zelizer Net Worth
Julian Zelizer has amassed a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of $2.9 million.
Julian Zelizer Career
Julian has extensively contributed content to The Atlantic and CNN.com. He is also a frequent commentator on news programs and has appeared in some documentary films. He is the Malcolm Stevenson Forbes Professor of Public Policy and History. Julian has received the D.B. Hardeman Prize two times, for writing the books like Congress, Taxing America, the Battle for the Great Society, The Fierce Urgency of Now, the State, Lyndon Johnson, Wilbur D. Mills, etc.
He is the editor as well as the author of 19 books on American political history such as Taxing America, Wilbur D. Mills, Congress, The Reagan Years, Governing America, The Politics of National Security, The Revival of Political History, Conservatives in Power, etc. He has published over 900 op-eds, including his weekly column on CNN.Com. Furthermore, Julian has been given fellowships by the Brookings Institution including the Russell Sage Foundation, the New-York Historical Society, New America, the Guggenheim Foundation, etc.