Hanna Holborn Gray

Hanna Holborn Gray Hanna Holborn Gray (born October 25, 1930) is an American historian of Renaissance and Reformation political thought and Professor of History ''Emerita'' at the University of Chicago. She served as president of the University of Chicago, from 1978 to 1993, having earlier served as acting president of Yale University in 1977-78. At both schools, she was the first woman to hold their highest executive office. When named to the post in Chicago, she became the first woman in the United States to hold the full presidency of a major university. Provided by Wikipedia
by Gray, Hanna Holborn.
Published 2012
...Gray, Hanna Holborn. Searching for Utopia....
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