Neil L. Rudenstine

Neil L. Rudenstine, president of Harvard University from 1991 to 2001, is a graduate of Princeton, Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar), and Harvard. A scholar of Renaissance literature, he is the co-author of In Pursuit of the Ph.D.

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Cover: Pointing Our Thoughts: Reflections on Harvard and Higher Education, 1991–2001, with a Foreword by Hanna Holborn GrayPointing Our Thoughts: Reflections on Harvard and Higher Education, 1991–2001, with a Foreword by Hanna Holborn GrayRudenstine, Neil L.HARDCOVER05/01/2001$35.00
Cover: Sidney's Poetic DevelopmentSidney's Poetic DevelopmentRudenstine, Neil L.E-DITION01/01/1967$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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