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A Public Affair (1962) Myron McCormick, Edward Binns, Judson Pratt Pressbook
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This military history classic contains the following chapters:

I. The Organization
1. The Infantry of the Legion
2. The Standards
3. The Music
4. The Baggage Train
5. The Auxiliary Infantry
6. The Calvary
7. The Artillery
8. The Staff and Staff Troops

II. The Legionary
1. Enlistment
2. Clothing
3. Armor
4. Arms
5. Baggage
6. Work
7. Pay
8. Discipline

III. Tactics of the Legion
Military Terms
A Order of Battle
B. The Order of March

IV. Tactics of the Cavalry

V. Tactics of the Army
A. The Battle
B. The March
C. The Camp
D. The Siege

VI. The Ships and Sea-Fights
A. Defence of Fortified Towns
B. The Gallic Array and Arms
C. The British Chariots

Students lead effort to honor first black woman to earn a PhD from UChicago - UChicago News

Two UChicago undergraduates are spearheading a project to honor alumna Georgiana Simpson, one of the first black women to receive a PhD in the United States. Launched by third-years Asya Akca and Shae Omonijo, the Monumental Women Project seeks to honor historical figures who have contributed to the University. For their first project, the students hope by this fall that a bronze bust of Simpson will be installed in the Reynolds Club—the first monument of its kind on campus. “I think the idea of honoring a woman in an execution of art that isn’t traditionally made to honor women is really big,” said Akca. Simpson, AB’1911, was 55 years old in 1921 when she became the first black woman to earn a PhD from UChicago. A scholar of German philology, she promoted African American history and literature and later joined the faculty of Howard University in 1931. Simpson ignited controversy when she attempted to integrate a UChicago dormitory in 1907. While Dean of... In 1923 President Ernest DeWitt Burton allowed black students to live in dormitories. Simpson is one of the 45 black students who were granted PhDs at UChicago between 1870 and 1940—more than any other university in the country. “She was as worthy of being on campus as any other student of her time or even now,” said Omonijo. “I think that’s the permanent purpose of public art, so everyone can see it. ”. The life-sized bust of Simpson, by local artist Preston Jackson, will be located in front of Mandel Hall—a location that holds historical significance: The Reynolds... “That’s the essence of the piece: to put her in a place where she wouldn’t have been allowed to inhabit in the first place,” said Omonijo, who along with Akca became interested in the topic of University housing during archival research at the... The Monumental Women Project began as a proposal to UChicago’s UnCommon Fund , in which Student Government supports student projects on campus. It also has earned grants from the Provost’s Office, UChicago Arts’ Student Creativity Grants , the Reynolds Club Endowment Fund and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Source: news.uchicago.edu

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  • Students lead effort to honor first black woman to earn a PhD from UChicago

    03/08/17 ,via UChicago News

    While Dean of Women Marian Talbot and her secretary Sophonisba Breckenridge allowed her to do so, President Harry Pratt Judson overturned their decision and asked Simpson to find off-campus housing. In 1923 President Ernest DeWitt Burton allowed 

  • Bowdoin College Announces 2017 Honorary Degree Recipients

    03/08/17 ,via Bowdoin News

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anthony E. Doerr '95; Harry Pratt Judson Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of History and president emeritus, University of Chicago, Hanna Holborn Gray; Immigrant Resource Center of Maine founder and executive 

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  • The Meaning of Life

    03/22/17 ,via Counter Punch

    Intense public resentment had already compelled the break-up of their Standard oil Company in 1911; so the Foundation sought ways, said trustee Harry Pratt Judson in 1913, to “reinforce the police power of the state”. They intended to find the ...

  • 5 Artists on Working With Trisha Brown

    03/21/17 ,via New York Times

    Trisha Brown, a titan of modern dance and a founder of the Judson Dance Theater in the 1960s ... I attended Grand Union performances when I was still in school at Pratt. I remember one evening in a huge space that was like a three-ring circus of gymnastics ...

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Judson Pratt (December 6, 1916 – February 9, 2002) was an American character actor. Pratt began his professional career on stage in the 1940s.

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Harry Pratt Judson (December 20, 1849 – March 4, 1927) was a U.S. educator and historian and the second president of the University of Chicago.

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