Charles Homer Haskins

Charles Homer Haskins was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania, in 1870. He taught at the Johns Hopkins University, the University of Wisconsin, and Harvard University, where he also served as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences between 1908 and 1924. His books include Norman Institutions (1918), Studies in the History of Science (1924), The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century (1927), and Studies in Medieval Culture (1929). He died in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1937.

The Rise of Universities
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."...



The Rise of Universities
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...








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