Doctors of philosophy of Yale University, with the titles of their dissertations, 1861-1915
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Doctors of philosophy of Yale University, with the titles of their dissertations, 1861-1915

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LD UC-NRLF 65\8 1? flGfl m liiii i • v > x> Z ^S u 6 sss^^^g ^?s2 ^S 3 3^1 •z,ui;y >, and Company, New York, 1908.) Assistant Professor, Preceptor in English, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 1907 Marian Dickinson Campbell (Mrs. Alfred H. Terry), B.A. Rad- cliffe College 1899. Dissertatiojt: A variorum text of the satires of John Donne, together with some account of the manuscript, and explana- tory notes and illustrations from the literature of the period. Fairfield, Conn. B.A. Dartmouth M.A.Loring Holmes Dodd, College 1900, Columbia University 1901. Dissertation: A glossary of Wulfstan's Homilies. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. Henry Holt and Company,35, New York, 1908.) Assistant Professor of English, Clark College, Worcester, Mass. Franklin Hamilton, B.A. Amherst College M.A.Herbert 1897, UniversityYale 1899. Dissertation: Pindaric in English verse.The ode Associate Professor of English, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. —57— George Bremner Tennant, B.A. Yale University M.A.1900, 1903. The Light BenDissertation: The New Inn, or, Heart, by Jonson, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. Henry Holt and Company,34, New York, 1908.) Teacher English, High School, New York, N. Y.of Stuyvesant igo8 Harrison, UniversityFrederick Browne Ph.B. Yale 1899. Dissertation: Milton's reputation in the eighteenth century. Master, The Tome School, Port Deposit, Md. Hemingway, Yale University M.A.Samuel Burdett B.A.

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DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY
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» •DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY
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YALE UNIVERSITY
WITH THE TITLES OF THEIR DISSERTATIONS
1861-I915
Prepared by the Graduate School
Published by the University
HAVENNEW
April 1916EXOHANGS
Certainly Yale and Sheffield are entitled to the credit introduc-of
ing among American institutions the degree Doctor Philoso-of of
phy, demanding a high standard attainments, and neverfor it of
can remember)bestowing the honor {not in a single case so far as I
Yale Univer-by any irregular promotion.—The Sheffield School of
sity, by President Gilman of Johns Hopkins University.
Historically, the account should begin with Yale College, where in
1846 graduate courses in "Philosophy and the Arts" were estab-
lished and the attempt was made to superadd on the old frame-i
work the college the faculties law, medicine, theology,of four of
philosophy The honor having established the firstand of
course study the degree Doctor Philosophycreditable of for of of
Annual Report of the President and Treas-is due to Yale.—Second
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching,urer of the Carnegie
p. 86.1907,
%5^CONTENTS
PAGE
5-7Preface
6Table of Doctorates by Years of by Periods 7
Table of Doctorates by Departments 7
Philology and Archaeology, Indo-Iranian Philol-Classical
Philology, and Linguistics 9-26ogy, Comparative
Semitic Languages, Literature, and History 27-35
Romance Languages and Literatures 3^39
Germanic and 4^-44
English Language and Literature 45-^4
Mathematics 65-76
77-85Physics
86-115Chemistry
116-118Botany
119-122Zoology and Comparative Anatomy
Physiology, Physiological Chemistry, Bacteriology, Hygiene,
and Public Health 123-135
The Geological Sciences 136-148
The Social Sciences 149-158
History I59-I70
Philosophy and Education 171-185
Department Undetermined 186, 187
Index 189-210
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