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  Anthropology
  Service, Elman Rogers 1915-1996
  Gabel, Norman Emmanuel 1906-1961
  Art Studio
  Cortright, Steven 1942-1991
  Thomas, Robert 1924-1987
  Ptaszynski, William 1926-1984
  Dole, William Earl, Jr. 1917-1983
  Lindberg-Hansen, Jacob Christian 1901-1981
  Baer, Kurt 1903-1979
  Warshaw, Howard Raphael 1920-1977
  Ellison, Ruth Doolittle 1896-1964
  Bear, Donald J. 1905-1952
  Lawhorne, Roy E. 1885-1952
  Cheever, Walter Lewis 1880-1951
  Biological Sciences
  Muller, Cornelius H. 1909-1997
Portrait Esau, Katherine 1898-1996
Portrait Cheadle, Vernon I. 1910-1995
  Neushul, Michael, Jr. 1933-1993
  Sweeney, Eleanor Beatrice March 1914-1989
  Muller, Walter Henry 1921-1986
  King, Jack Lester 1934-1983
  Erickson, Mary Marilla 1905-1983
  Howmiller, Richard P.
1939-1976
  Wells, Harrington 1900-1965
  Chemistry and Biochemistry
  Palke, William E. 1941-1999
  Selwood, Pierce W. 1905-1986
  DeWolfe, Robert H. 1927-1977
  Severy, Hazel W. 1884-1974
  Baker, Bernard R 1915-1971
  McRary, Willard Lee 1914-1958
  Walker, Earl Fiske 1887-1949
  Classics
  Margon, Joseph Sherman 1918-1994
  Sullivan, John P. 1930-1993
  Aldrich, Keith 1926-1978
  Communication/Speech and Hearing Sciences
  Chaffee, Steven H. 1935-2001
  Quimby, Rollin W. 1921-1996
  Palmer, Upton S. 1905-1987
  Snidecor, John Clifton 1907-1983
  Comparative Literature
  de Sena, Jorge 1919-1978
  Creative Studies
  Sweeney, Eleanor Beatrice March 1914-1989
Portrait Mudrick, Marvin 1921-1986
Portrait Broida, Herbert P. 1920-1978
  Krebs, Stanley Dale 1928-1977
  DeWolfe, Robert H. 1927-1977
  Dramatic Art and Dance
Portrait Egan, Robert G. 1945-2000
  Harrop, John Douglas 1931-1995
  Woolsey, Lucille A. 1918-1994
  Sparrow, Patricia 1927-1975
  East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
  Mochizuki, Keiko E. 1938-1989
  Economics
  Johnson, M. Bruce 1933-1999
  Education
  Halterman, John Frederick 1898-1997
  Pellish, Maxwell 1899-1994
  Karcz, Jerzy Feliks 1921-1970
  Plous, Harold James 1921-1957
  Education
  Wilson, John A. R. 1911-1997
  Harris, Chester 1910-1994
  Haring, Thomas Grover 1953-1993
  Jamgochian, Richard 1931-1991
  Hosford, Ray E. 1933-1983
  Monroe, Lynne C. 1906-1983
Williams, J. Harold 1888-1981
  Sands, Lester Bruton 1905-1981
  Jacobs, Charles L. 1879-1976
  Lyans, Florence Wuest 1887-1961
  Jones, Paul Avery 1897-1960
  Ericson, Emanuel Eric 1888-1959
  Mather, Irving Allen 1899-1955
  Werner, Schurer Olaf 1884-1949
  Chenoweth, Lawrence Everett 1881-1948
  Engineering
  Dahleh, Mohammed 1961-2000
  Profio, A. Edward 1931-1999
  Myers, John Earle 1923-1995
  English
  Bowers, Edgar 1924-2000
McConnell, Frank 1942-1999
  Gardiner, Frank C. 1928-1998
  Willson, Lawrence 1911-1996
  Hay, Eloise Knapp 1926-1996
  Carroll, John 1929-1989
  Frost, William 1917-1988
Portrait Mudrick, Marvin 1921-1986
  Robinson, Robert Elliott 1905-1969
  Hand, George Edgar 1906-1968
  Haight, Genevieve Watson 1904-1964
  Ashworth, William 1883-1960
  Environmental Studies
  Howmiller, Richard P. 1939-1976
  French and Italian
  Beachboard, Robert 1909-1998
  Delattre, Geneviève 1920-1993
  Delattre, Pierre Charles 1903-1969
  Périgord, Paul Hélie 1882-1959
  Geography
Estes, John E. 1939-2001
  Simonett, David 1926-1990
  Geological Sciences
  Cloud, Preston 1912-1991
  Waters, Aaron C. 1905-1991
  Webb, Robert Wallace 1909-1984
  Gebelein, Conrad D. 1945-1978
  Woodhouse, Charles Douglas 1888-1975
  Germanic, Slavic and Semitic Studies
  Hetzron, Robert 1937-1997
  Waterman, John Thomas 1918-1991
  Wendell, Charles 1919-1982
  History
  Jacobs, Wilbur Ripley 1918-1998
Hollister, C. Warren 1930-1997
Portrait Kelley, Robert L. 1925-1993
  Adams, Henry 1907-1992
  Powell, Philip W. 1913-1987
  Dozer, Donald Marquand 1905-1980
  Ellison, William Henry 1878-1965
  Nettles, Henry Edward 1888-1961
  History of Art and Architecture
Gebhard, David S. 1927-1996
  Wallen, Burr E. 1941-1991
  Home Economics
  Woolsey, Lucille A. 1918-1994
  Meredith, Florence Clark 1891-1986
  Frye, Winifred M. 1878-1961
  Mathematics
  Book, Ronald V. 1937-1997
  Thompson, Robert C. 1931-1995
  Kelly, Paul J. 1915-1995
  Mochizuki, Horace Y. 1937-1989
  Ostrand, Phillip A. 1936-1985
  Moy, Shu-Teh Chen 1920-1969
  Music
  Krayk, Stefan 1914-1999
  Faulkner, Maurice Ervin 1912-1994
  Nelson, Wendell A. 1925-1993
  Fricker, Peter Racine 1920-1990
Portrait Geiringer, Karl 1899-1989
  Chapman, Roger 1916-1989
  Grove, Roger 1938-1978
  Barnett, Helen M. 1886-1978
  Krebs, Stanley Dale 1928-1977
  Daniel, Erno 1918-1977
  Browning, Lloyd Neff 1902-1976
  Philosophy
  Stough, Charlotte 1929-1995
  Wienpahl, Paul D. 1916-1980
  Girvetz, Harry 1910-1974
  Physical Education/
Physical Activities and Recreation
  Lantagne, Joseph E. 1911-1981
  Jones, Evelyn M. 1918-1981
  Jacobs, Samuel 1935-1977
  Hodgins, Winifred Weage 1896-1971
  Dearborn, Terry Hamilton 1907-1964
  Colville, Frances Meaker 1920-1964
  Physics
Portrait Broida, Herbert P. 1920-1978
  Williams, Emile Allan 1907-1961
  Political Science
  Turner, Henry A. 1919-1998
  Pritchett, Charles Herman 1907-1995
  Iyer, Raghavan 1930-1995
Hanrieder, Wolfram F. 1931-1995
  Spaulding, Charles 1908-1992
  Wesson, Robert G. 1920-1991
  Goodspeed, Stephen S. 1916-1991
  Fitzgibbon, Russell Humke 1902-1979
  Ebenstein, William 1910-1976
  Lane, Edgar 1923-1964
  Psychology
  Kendler, Tracy S. 1918-2001
  McClintock, Charles Graham 1929-1996
  Gottsdanker, Robert M. 1917-1992
  Altus, William D. 1908-1986
  Religious Studies
  Fridell, Wilbur M. 1921-1994
  Wendell, Charles 1919-1982
  O'Dea, Thomas F. 1915-1974
  Sociology
Portrait Billigmeier, Robert Henry 1917-1996
  Spaulding, Charles 1908-1992
  Duncan, Beverly 1929-1988
  Cressey, Donald Ray 1919-1987
  O'Dea, Thomas F. 1915-1974
  Spanish and Portuguese
  Gilman, Graciela Ascarrunz 1930-1996
  Wilson, Robert Edgar 1911-1994
  Reynolds, Winston A. 1922-1985
  Plaja, Arturo Serrano 1909-1979
  de Sena, Jorge 1919-1978
  Campbell, Brenton K. 1929-1973
  Ramón, Andrés Rodríguez 1896-1969
  Wofsy, Samuel Abraham 1895-1965
Highlights
Photograph by Doug Farrell. Courtesy of the Office of Public Affairs, UC Santa Barbara. John Estes
Professor of Geography, UC Santa Barbara
1939-2001
"His 250 publications ranged from his work on the detection, identification and monitoring of marine oil spills, to the analysis of agricultural crop identification, water demand determination and urban expansion, to the preservation of biological diversity and monitoring environmental pollution, to the development of advanced image analysis procedures and the integration of remote sensing, information systems and expert systems."
   
Photograph by Doug Farrell. Courtesy of the Office of Public Affairs, UC Santa Barbara. Robert G. Egan
Professor of Dramatic Art, UC Santa Barbara
1945-2000
"From the start, he expanded his directing opportunities to include the Los Angeles theatre arena. In September 1979, he directed Robert Shaw's The Man in the Glass Booth at the Theatre Exchange in Los Angeles, casting professional actor, Al Ruscio, in the title role. His professional and personal relationship with Al lasted throughout his lifetime, leading them both to the monumental, widely acclaimed Theatre Artists Group production of King Lear in 1984 at UCSB."
   
Photograph by Doug Farrell. Courtesy of the Office of Public Affairs, UC Santa Barbara. Frank McConnell
Professor of English, UC Santa Barbara
1942-1999
"He came first to UCSB to teach summer school in 1981, then joined the department as a full professor in 1982. Over the next 16 years he gave a wide range of courses in the Romantics, modern and contemporary American fiction, narrative, science fiction, and Shakespeare, most of them large lectures. Frank may have reached his largest audience in a series of columns he wrote for the national lay Catholic journal, Commonweal . . . over fifteen years, ranged widely over his favorite subjects, film, television, jazz, and books."
   
Photograph by Doug Farrell. Courtesy of the Office of Public Affairs, UC Santa Barbara. C. Warren Hollister
Professor of History, UC Santa Barbara
1930-1997
"A specialist in the institutions of post-Norman Conquest England, he became internationally famous for studies that emphasized the interrelationship of England and the Norman realm in Western France--two fields that previously had been treated as separate subjects. His book, Anglo-Saxon Military Institutions On the Eve of the Norman Conquest, published by Oxford in 1962, won the Triennial Book Prize of the Conference on British Studies and skyrocketed him to the top of the profession."
   
Photograph by Doug Farrell. Courtesy of the Office of Public Affairs, UC Santa Barbara. Robert Henry Billigmeier
Professor of Sociology, UC Santa Barbara
1917-1996
"Bob was interested in the evolution of their linguistic and cultural distinctiveness, and in 1979 published A Crisis in Swiss Pluralism. The book provided an important and extensive analysis of a large number of geographic, cultural, economic, and linguistic factors that have shaped the history of the Raeto-Romansh over the past thousand years."
Photograph of Katherine Esau courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1977. Photographer unknown. Katherine Esau
Professor of Botany, UC Santa Barbara
1898-1996
"Esau was especially well known for her beautifully written and comprehensive textbooks. Her first book, Plant Anatomy, was published in 1953, and it became a classic almost immediately. The book was and still is fondly called the "bible" for structural botanists."
   
Photograph of Katherine Esau courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1977. Photographer unknown. David S. Gebhard
Professor of History of Art and Architecture, UC Santa Barbara
1927-1996
". . . [his range extended] from English Arts and Crafts to California Spanish revival, from famous European modernists to almost-forgotten women architects. His research and publications were instrumental in creating a field, the study of regional vernacular architecture in America as expressed by professional architects, a field which has become increasingly popular in our post-modern era."
   
Photograph of Katherine Esau courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1977. Photographer unknown. Wolfram F. Hanrieder
Professor of Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
1931-1995
". . . his magisterial Germany, American, Europe: Forty Years of German Foreign Policy, [was] published in 1989 and again in 1991. As with his previous works, this one manifested Wolfram's unique ability to contribute in two arenas of discourse on international relations, the world of theoretical scholarship and the world of elite policy analysis and policy-making. He lectured widely in this country and abroad, and held numerous teaching appointments. . ."
Photograph of Robert Kelley by Mark Stucky, courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1994. Robert L. Kelley
Professor of History, UC Santa Barbara
1925-1993

"The nation, Bob Kelley was convinced, needed more rather t

less historical expertise, and careers awaited those who were trained in both sound historical methodology and the emerging contours of professional development in museums, archives, historical societies, preservation, and governmental policy-making. Animated by this vision, he created at UCSB a pioneering undergraduate and graduate program in public history."

Photograph of Karl Geiringer courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1976. Photographer unknown. Karl Geiringer
Professor of Music, UC Santa Barbara
1899-1989
"Karl's prolific scholarly output, when viewed in its totality, is remarkable for its great scope and depth. His writings and editions span practically the complete range of music history and all carry the mark of a discipline he must have possessed as a student and an excellence we know he had as a teacher."
Photograph of Marvin Mudrick courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. Date and photographer unknown. Marvin Mudrick
Professor of English and Provost of the College of Creative Studies, UC Santa Barbara
1921-1986
"Like the voices of his favorite authors, the voice in his writing reproduces his own living voice in an almost uncanny way. That voice is cantankerous, loving, aggressive, spiteful, charming; it abounds with energy and fierce humor. His very funny wordplay remains, and his gift for parody as well as his enormous love for, and need for the arts, as though his own life has depended on them."
Photograph of Herbert P. Broida by Wilfred Swalling, courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of  California, Santa Barbara. Date unknown. Herbert P. Broida
Professor of Physics, UC Santa Barbara
1920-1978
"Herb Broida was a man of action as well as a scholar. He liked to see things done and knew how to get them done. In his fourteen years at UCSB he influenced nearly every aspect of the physics department's growth."

 

 

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