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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Eugene I. Rabinowitch Papers, 1923-1973. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).
1. E. Rabinowitch. Robert Emerson (1903-1959). In Biographical Memoirs, vol. 25, pp. 112-131. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 1961. Govindjee. Robert Emerson and Eugene Rabinowitch: Understanding photosynthesis. In No Boundaries: University of Illinois Vignettes, ed. L. Hoddeson, pp. 181-194. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2004.
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In 1968 Rabinowitch retired from the University of Illinois and took a position with the State University of New York at Albany as professor of biology and chemistry and as senior advisor to the newly-established Center for Science and the Future of Human Affairs (later called the Center for the Study of Science and Society). Rabinowitch was the guiding force behind the new Center working to obtain funds for it and establishing goals and objectives for it. The Center was to reflect Rabinowitch's own concerns with the way in which science and technology impacted on society. Rabinowitch's son, Victor, was director of the Center from 1968 to 1970. Following Victor's resignation, Eugene Rabinowitch served as acting director from March to September 1970. Rabinowitch retired from SUNY at Albany on August 31, 1972 and was immediately reappointed as a visiting professor for the 1972/73 school year. At this time Rabinowitch was given a leave of absence from the University in order to accept a fellowship with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars of the Smithsonian Institute. While in Washington, he continued to write, edit the , and participate in Pugwash. Eugen I. Rabinowitch died on May 15, 1973 at Washington, D. C., at the age of seventy-two.
The Eugene I. Rabinowitch Papers, 1923-1973, document various aspects of the life and career of Rabinowitch. The papers concern his writings, his involvement with the Pugwash Conferences and the , his research interests in photosynthesis, and his work at the University of Illinois and the State University of New York at Albany.
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This Series consists of seven photographs, including portraits of Eugene Rabinowitch, Anya Rabinowitch& and Victor Rabinowitch. There is also a photograph of a conference Rabinowitch attended at the Institute on Man and Science. The final photograph is of the 1970 Pugwash Conference held at Fontana, Wisconsin. In addition this Series contains three photographic negatives and 148 slides of graphs depicting photosynthesis processes.
The was begun in December 1945 by Eugene Rabinowitch and Hyman H. Goldsmith. Originally called the , it served as a newsletter for the Atomic Scientists of Chicago. In 1946 the name was changed to its present form. started "as a means of calling public attention to the perils of atomic energy and the urgent need for its control by a civilian agency". The evolved into a forum for scientists concerned about science policy and the relationship of science to national and international affairs. It covers topics ranging from genetics to pollution to space exploration. Rabinowitch and Goldsmith co-edited the journal until the latter's death in August 1949. From 1949 until his own death in 1973, Rabinowitch was editor-in-chief of the . continues to be published ten times a year under the auspices of the Educational Foundation of Nuclear Science, Inc. , 1945-1972, files are organized into three sections as listed and described below. Material within the sections is arranged chronologically by year, month, and day. Partially dated material is placed at the end of the month or year; undated items are placed after dated material.
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Ultimately, Govindjee and his wife opted to stay at the U of I, finishing their PhDs under Eugene Rabinowitch, and they have been here ever since studying what another student calls his “grand obsession.”
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Eugene I. Rabinowitch was born on April 27, 1901 at St. Petersburg, Russia, the son of Isaac and Zinaida (Weinlud) Rabinowitch. In 1921 Isaac Rabinowitch, a lawyer, moved his family to Berlin to escape the Russian persecution of Jews. Eugene Rabinowitch attended the University of Berlin, earning there his doctorate in chemistry in 1926. After serving as an assistant in physical chemistry at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, Rabinowitch went to the University of Göttingen where he was a research associate in physics from 1929 to 1933. With the rise of the Nazi Party in the early 1930s, Jews, such as Rabinowitch, were expelled from their university posts. With the loss of his fellowship Rabinowitch was forced to leave Germany.
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