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Professor's House


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Professor's House, The

Professor’s House, The

“Strangely Static”: Wonder and Possession in The Professor's House

FINLAY, Peter (1851 - 1929), Professor of Catholic Theology in National University of Ireland 1912–23 and in Jesuit House of Studies, Dublin, since 1889

LEEN, Edward (1885 - 1944), Rector since Sept. 1939, Professor of Philosophy since 1931 at the House of Studies, Kimmage Manor, Dublin

MERRIMAN, Roger Bigelow (1876 - 1945), Gurney Professor of History and Political Science, and Master Emeritus of Eliot House, Harvard University

GOLDMANN, Dr Edwin E. (1862 - 1913), Professor of Surgery at Freiburg University, Germany, from 1892; Senior Surgeon at the Deaconess House, Freiburg, from 1898

MURDOCK, Kenneth Ballard (1895 - 1975), Francis Lee Higginson Professor of English Literature, Emeritus, Harvard University, USA and Master Emeritus of Leverett House, since 1964

HOUSE, John Peter Humphry (1945 - 2012), Walter H. Annenberg Professor, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 2002–10, then Emeritus

HORSMAN, Michael John (born 1949), Special Professor, Nottingham University Business School, 2003–06; Independent Member, House of Commons Senior Pay Panel, since 2003

BULMER-THOMAS, Victor Gerald (born 1948), Director, Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), 2001–06; Emeritus Professor, London University, since 1998

Dangerous Crossings Historical Dimensions of Landscape in Willa Cather's My Ántonia, The Professor's House, and Death Comes for the Archbishop

JONES, Parry (William John) (1891 - 1963), Principal Tenor, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, until 1955 when joined Managerial Staff of the Royal Opera House; Professor: Guildhall School of Music; Trinity College of Music; adjudicator

Lindemann, Frederick Alexander (died 1957), Hon. Fellow, Wadham College, Oxford, 1956; Emeritus Student of the House, Christ Church, Oxford, 1956; Professor of Experimental Philosophy, Oxford, Fellow of Wadham College, 1919 and again Professor, 1953–56; Student of Christ Church, 1921

RUPP, (Ernest) Gordon (1910 - 1986), Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Cambridge, 1968–77, then Emeritus Professor; Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1968–77, Hon. Fellow 1983; Principal, Wesley House, Cambridge, 1967–74

ARCHER, (Leonard) Bruce (1922 - 2005), Professor, 1971–88, and Director of Research, 1985–88, Royal College of Art, then Emeritus Professor and Member of Court; Director and Secretary, Southwood House Estate Residents Co. Ltd, 1986–93

CASSEN, Robert Harvey (born 1935), Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, since 1997; Professor of the Economics of Development, Queen Elizabeth House, International Development Centre, University of Oxford, 1986–97, and Professorial Fellow, St Antony’s College, 1986–97, now Emeritus

ALLEN, Deryck Norman de Garrs (1918 - 2010), Professor of Applied Mathematics in the University of Sheffield, 1955–80, then Emeritus; Warden of Ranmoor House, 1968–82

 

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A novel by Willa Cather, published in 1925. The novel is intricately constructed and symbolic at many different levels. Its central figure, Professor St Peter, is a man in late ...

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Willa Cather (1873—1947) American novelist and short-story writer


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