Edward Kennard Rand

Edward Kennard Rand Edward Kennard Rand FBA (December 20, 1871 – October 28, 1945), known widely as E.K. Rand or to his peers as EKR, was an American classical scholar and medievalist. He served as the Pope Professor of Latin at Harvard University from 1901 until 1942, during which period he was also the Sather Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, for two terms. Rand is best known for his 1928 work, ''Founders of the Middle Ages.''

Rand founded the Mediaeval Academy of America, its journal ''Speculum'', and, in addition, served as the president of the American Philological Association (now the Society for Classical Studies) and the Classical Association of New England. At the end of his career, he was a senior fellow at Dumbarton Oaks. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Boethius
    Published 1918
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