Boylston Professorship of Rhetoric and Oratory

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The Boylston Professorship of Rhetoric and Oratory is an endowed chair at Harvard University

Image Name Start date End date References
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John Quincy Adams 1806 1809 [1]
Joseph McKean 1809 1818 [1]
Edward Tyrrel Channing.jpg
Edward Tyrrel Channing 1819 1851 [1]
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Francis James Child 1851 1876 [1]
Adams Sherman Hill.jpg Adams Sherman Hill 1876 1904 [1]
LeBaron Russell Briggs.jpg Le Baron Russell Briggs 1904 1925 [1]
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Charles Townsend Copeland 1925 1928 [1]
Sketch of Robert Hillyer.png Robert S. Hillyer 1937 1944 [1]
Theodore Spencer 1946 1949 [1]
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Archibald MacLeish 1949 1962 [1]
Robert Stuart Fitzgerald 1965 1981 [1]
Seamus Heaney Photograph Edit.jpg
Seamus Heaney 1984 [1]
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Jorie Graham [2]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Hendricks, Jay (July–August 1995). "How Harvard Destroyed Rhetoric" (PDF). Harvard Magazine. 97 (6): 37–43. 
  2. ^ "Jorie Graham - Harvard University Department of English". Harvard University Department of English. Retrieved 2018-02-23. 
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