BiographyNatalie Isser, Ph.D., is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and is Professor Emerita of The Pennsylvania State University’s Abington College. In addition to the books and articles coauthored with Dr. Schwartz, she has written on French anti-Semitism, human rights, and French public opinion and diplomacy during the Second Empire. She teaches part time and has continued research on a variety of topics such as American melodrama, movies, and history; and the social and cultural roots of American populism.
Child Homicide, immigration and public schools, Cults,French Second empire, family studies
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Diplomacy and pulbic opinion during Second french empire. Antisemitism in Second Empire France, Cults, Immigration and the American Schools,
I like good music, good books, good movies and good theater. I also play bridge.