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Dr. Viola Wertheim Bernard

psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and child welfare advocate

Dr. Viola Wertheim Bernard

In 1971-1972, she was elected Vice-President of the American Psychiatric Association on a historic opposition slate protesting the Vietnam War

Education of Viola W. Bernard

3 Educational Institution(s) are currently recorded in Wikidata about Viola W. Bernard

Where Viola W. Bernard Worked

1 Employers of Viola W. Bernard Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

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Columbia University

Company Name:
Columbia University
Description:
private Ivy League research university in New York City
Location:
Manhattan
Website:
http://www.columbia.edu
Reference:
Wikidata

Timeline of Viola W. Bernard

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People Relevant to Viola W. Bernard

2 People are currently recorded in Wikidata connected to Viola W. Bernard

Theos Casimir Bernard
spouse
spouse: Viola W. Bernard
  • scholar in philosophy, practitioner of Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism
  • end time: 1938-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • start time: 1934-01-01T00:00:00Z
Margaret Morgan Lawrence image of Margaret Morgan Lawrence
influenced by: Viola W. Bernard
  • American psychiatrist

Map of Viola W. Bernard and Influence

5 Locations are currently recorded in Wikidata about Viola W. Bernard

Columbia University
New York City
Ethical Culture Fieldston School
New York University
Cornell University

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  • Reference Link: https://library-archives.cumc.columbia.edu/finding-aid/viola-wertheim-bernard-papers-1918-2000
    This source was used to derive statements made in Wikidata that describe Viola W. Bernard
  • Reference Link: https://www.nytimes.com/1998/04/06/nyregion/viola-bernard-91-psychiatrist-who-helped-ease-young-fears.html
    This source was used to derive statements made in Wikidata that describe Viola W. Bernard
  • VIAF ID: 40934688
    identifier for the Virtual International Authority File database [format: up to 22 digits]
  • Library of Congress authority ID: n88169557
    Library of Congress identifier for persons, organizations, events, places, titles, and subject headings [Format: 1-2 specific letters followed by 8-10 digits (see regex). For manifestations of works, use P1144]
  • Library of Congress authority ID: n88169557
    Library of Congress identifier for persons, organizations, events, places, titles, and subject headings [Format: 1-2 specific letters followed by 8-10 digits (see regex). For manifestations of works, use P1144]
  • Reference Link: https://pages.uoregon.edu/adoption/people/bernard.htm
    This source was used to derive statements made in Wikidata that describe Viola W. Bernard
  • FAST ID: 1757920
    authority control identifier in WorldCat's “FAST Linked Data” authority file
  • Libraries Australia ID: 35017910
    identifier issued by the National Library of Australia (see also P1315 for the newer People Australia identifier). VIAF component. Format: 1-12 digits, removing leading zero-padding.
  • DUC ID: viola-wertheim-bernard
    identifier for a noted woman on the online version of the ''Dictionnaire universel des créatrices''
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