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Guelzo Appointed to National Council on the Humanities

President Bush has named Allen Guelzo of Gettysburg College to the National Council for the Humanities, along with Jean Bethke Elshtain of the University of Chicago and former Under Secretary for Education Eugene W. Hickock. The NCH, which consists of 26 scholars, artists, writers, and composers, serves as an advisory board to the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Professor Guelzo, some of you may recall, spoke at the Ashbrook Center last February. His latest book, Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, won the Lincoln Prize this past spring.

Addition: Eugene Hickock also spoke at the Ashrbook Center, in 2001.

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Oddly enough, I am listening to Guelzo’s Teaching Company course on US history.
Like most Teaching Company courses it is entertaining. However, I find Guelzo’s "gotcha" speaking style a bit tiring.

(Although not as tiring as the keyboard I am forced to use at the moment. Blankity blankity curse curse)

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