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Nicholas Lemann autographing a book at the 2006 Texas Book Festival.
Nicholas Berthelot Lemann is dean and Henry R. Luce professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalismmarker in New York City.

Lemann is from New Orleans and he graduated from Harvard Universitymarker in 1976, but has never attended a school of journalism. He is a journalist, editor, and author of several books on 20th century United States history. He has also been:

Lemann is a member of the Council on the Future of Media. This council is "championing a new global, independent news and information service whose role is to inform, educate and improve the state of the world- one that would take advantage of all platforms of content deliveryfrom mobile to satellite and online to create a new global network."


Lemann has been married twice. His first wife was Dominique Alice Browning, who later became an editor in chief of House & Garden; they married on 20 May 1983, have two sons, Alexander and Theodore, and later divorced. His second wife is Judith Anne Shulevitz, who was a columnist for Slate and The New York Times Book Review; married on November 7, 1999, they have a son and a daughter. His sister is Nancy Lemann, a novelist. He is a practicing Jew.

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