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[Xmca-l] Re: FW: Phil Jackson, R.I.P.
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Thank you for sharing this, Peter. His ethnographic research has been an inspiration to many of us. Best - Jen
On 2015-07-22, at 3:20 AM, Peter Smagorinsky wrote:
> Note: I’m forwarding this; I took several classes from Phil but he was not my major prof at Chicago. p
> Philip W. Jackson (1928-2015) died this morning, peacefully at his home, here in Hyde Park, Chicago.
> Phil was a professor at the University of Chicago for almost 50 years. He was a great intellect who had a huge impact on several generations of scholars and teachers. He was my dissertation advisor at the University of Chicago and also became, in the intervening years, a close personal friend.
> Rest in Peace, my contemporary Socrates.
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