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HUMAN UNDERSTANDING WILLIAM H. COHEN, B.A., University of Florida: M.A. University of Florida, teaches classes in Freshman English and the Sophomore sequence in the division of Human Un- derstanding. He serves as advisor to the Literary Magazine. He is also on the curriculum and library committees. Mr. Cohen, a poet himself, is active in working to do more about memorializing Oglethorpe ' s distinguished former student, the poet Sidney Lanier. ELAINE G. DANCY, A.B., The University of South Caro- lina. M.A., The University of South Carolina, teaches class- es in the required Freshman course. Speech and Writing. During the academic year her free time is spent in reading and taking care of her family. During the summer months, however, she and her family enjoy camping in the Georgia and North Carolina mountains. STANLEY M. DAUGERT, A.B., Columbia College. M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Columbia University, is the Chairman of the Divisiim of Human Understanding. His classes are Understanding of Man, Introduction to Philoso- phy, Character and Morals, Interpretation of History, and Philostjphy of Religion. In addition to serving on numerous committees, Dr, Daugert is advisor to the Stormy Petrel. HARRY DOBSON, Imtitute of Musical Arts, K T., Study m Berlin, Fontainehleau, London, teaches Wagner and the Music Drama, Music and Western Civilization, the History of Opera, the History of the Symphony, and the Music of Spain. 13
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DIVISION OF LUCILE Q. AGNEW, A.B., Furman University, M.A., Duke University, teaches Speech and Writing, Modern Literature, and EngHsh Literature. In the past she has directed three plays at Oglethorpe and has been faculty advisor to the Players and the Literary Magazine. Mrs. Agnew is in- terested in organizing an active writers group on campus. ARTHUR BIELER, B.A.. Hew York UnwersHy, M.A., Mid- dlebury University, Docteur de I ' Universite, Pans, teaches students to appreciate as well as speak and understand for- eign languages. He holds classes in Beginning French, Inter- mediate French, History of the French Language, and Be- ginning German. In addition to his teaching. Dr. Bieler is active in committee work. WENDELL H. BROWN, B.S., College of Puget Sound; M.A., Columbia University, unth studies at the University of Pans, teaches the Sophomore sequence in Human Under- standing, History of the Language, Understanding poetry, and Speech and Writing. He is active in numerous kinds of work both on and off campus, Mr. Brown is skilled at play- ing the recorder. Another of his favorite activities at home is grape growing and wine making. RALPH I. CARNES, A.B.. Emory University; M.A.. Emory University, teaches Problems of Philosophy, Philos- ophy of Religion, Greek Philosophy and Literature, Ethics, and Aesthetics. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in the Institute of Liberal Arts at Emory University, and plans on receiving it in June 1963. Mr. Carnes is a member of the Atlanta Astronaut Club and the Georgia Philosophical So- ciety. 12
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HUMAN UNDERSTANDING BERTRAM HOLLAND FLANDERS, A.B.. Emory University; M.A., Emory University, Ph.D., Du e University, instructs Freshmen in Speech and Writing. Dr. Flanders is an avid an- tique collector, specializing in books, glass, china, and furniture. Music is another of his hobbies. INGE ' MANSKI LUNDEEN, Umversity of Indiana. Curtis Institute, and Metropolitan Opera Company, leads the Glee Club and teaches Voice Production. She has been a judge for the Metropolitan Opera Auditions and for the Miss At- lanta Contest. Recently Mrs. Lundeen has directed Amahl and the N ' g t Visitors at Oglethorpe and produced The Old Maid and the Thief at Emory University. She is a member of the SAI, an honorary music sorority. GEORGE C. SEWARD, A.B.. Amherst; Ph.D.. Tuebingen, is Dean of the University. He also teaches Life and Religion, Philosophy of Religion, and Interpretation of History. Dr. Seward is Chairman of the Faculty Council and is a mem- ber of the Administrative Council and the Joint Committee. He belongs to the Georgia Philostiphy Society, the Georgia Mineral Society, the Kiwanis Club, and is a past president of the Georgia Academy of Science. Dr. Seward ' s present non- academic interests are mineralogy and lapidary work. 14
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