In addition, my two volumes of memoirs entitled “A Connoisseur’s Journey: Being the artful memoirs of a man of wit, discernment, pluck, and joy.” received 9 literary awards, including one from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for Lifetime Achievement.
You will find a complete list of these volumes at www.drjeffreylant.com.
My interest in literature these days is centered in Kindle books, of which I have written well over 40 and keep on producing new ones. I have also published over 1,000 articles on a wide variety of subjects. It is also my privilege to have produced over 100 videos on, you guessed it, a large variety of subjects.
I have been a student at 12 universities worldwide, including The University of Dijon, The University of Munich, The University of St. Andrews, The University of California – Santa Barbara (summa cum laude), The University of California – Santa Cruz, Northeastern University, and Harvard University, from which I received my M.A. degree (1970) and Ph.D. (1975), and where I was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow.
I have taught at over 40 universities across the nation. My program on consulting, sponsored by Oklahoma State University, was the first university program to be broadcast from outer space, and may be purchased at my website. The initial broadcast went to over 40 universities.
You might think that at age 70 with so many published materials, and a host of prizes indicating how popular my publications are, that I would wish to retire, to lounge and snooze over someone else’s hard work. But you see, my work can never be finished, because every time I put fingers to keyboard, I like to believe that I am changing the world just that bit. And when one knows one is doing good, there can be no argument for giving it up.