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Charles Homer Haskins (December 21, 1870 – May 14, 1937) was a history professor at Harvard University. He was an American historian of the Middle Ages, and advisor to . President Woodrow Wilson. He is widely recognized as the first academic medieval historian in the United States. Haskins was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania. He was a prodigy, fluent in both Latin and Greek while still a young boy, taught by his father.
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Charles Homer Haskins American historian Charles Homer Haskins (1870-1937) was a leading authority on Norman culture and an important academic administrator. Charles Homer Haskins was born in Meadville, P. on Dec. 21, 1870. Haskins's next book, often considered his best, Norman Institutions (1918), followed this pattern. Encyclopedia of World Biography.
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Charles Homer Haskins. I found this early history interesting, although Haskins largely just sparked my desire to learn more details about these early educational institutions.
Charles Homer Haskins. The origin and nature of the earliest universities are the subjects of this famous and witty set of lectures by the man whom eminent scholars have called "without exaggeration. the soul of the renascence of medieval studies in the United States. This book was developed from three lectures given by Haskins in the 1920s on the origins of universities in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
Haskins, Charles Homer, 1870-1937. Cambridge, Harvard University Press. YorkUniversity; ontario council university libraries; toronto. York University - University of Toronto Libraries. ASC - York University Libraries.
Charles Homer Haskins was an American historian. Charles Homer Haskins was a leading authority on Norman culture and an important academic administrator. Appointed an instructor at the University of Wisconsin, Haskins became a full professor in 2 years. In 1902 he moved to Harvard, where he held a number of chairs in history and in 1908 became dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. In 1911 he served on the American Historical Association committee which reported on The Study of History in Secondary Schools. Haskins became Harvard's first Henry Charles Lea professor in medieval history.