Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Remembering Roy Rosenzweig

Some of you will recall a post that notified my little corner of the blogosphere of historian Roy Rosenzweig's premature death from cancer. Someone has done a lovely website that has all the information one might want, including the dates of memorials (December at George Mason University, March at the Organization of American Historians in New York), obituaries, and a feature that allows you to share a story about Roy. Click here.

Hat tip to MR, thesis writer extraordinaire.

2 comments:

anthony grafton said...

It's very hard to believe that Roy is gone. A wonderful historian and a great human being.

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