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The Scholar and Teacher

"I first met Donald Kagan in the fall of 1974 when I arrived at Yale to begin the doctoral program in ancient history. Perhaps "met" is not quite the right word: although not yet the nationally known figure he is today, Kagan was already a phenomenon. "Encounter" may be a better way to describe an introduction to one of the most intellectually challenging educators I have ever known. Or "matriculate," because Kagan was little short of a one-man university..."

Author(s):  Strauss, Barry
Format:  Article
Publisher:  National Endowment for the Humanities
Publication City:  Washington DC
Date:  2005
Source:  Humanities
Volume Info:  May/June 2005
Volume:  26
Number:  3