Grace Macurdy

Grace Harriet Macurdy (September 12, 1866 – October 23, 1946) was an American classicist, and the first American woman to gain a PhD from Columbia University. She taught at Vassar College for 44 years, despite a lengthy conflict with Abby Leach, her first employer.

Macurdy eventually rose to become chair of the department of Greek before embarking upon an illustrious international career. One of her major areas of research was royal women during the Hellenistic period. Macurdy shaped the field of classics and the study of ancient history by pulling together both material evidence and textual evidence as sources in her pioneering studies of individual women. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Macurdy, Grace Harriet
Published 1966
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by Macurdy, Grace Harriet
Published 1937
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by Macurdy, Grace Harriet.
Published 1905
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by Macurdy, Grace Harriet
Published 1969
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by Macurdy, Grace Harriet
Published 1968
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