James Hardy Ropes

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James Hardy Ropes (1866-1933) was an American theologian.[1][2] He occupied the Hollis Chair at Harvard Divinity School starting in 1910.[3] He was also the Chairman of Commission on Extension Courses and Dean of the University Extension.[4]


Works cited[edit]

  • Shinagel, Michael (2010). The Gates Unbarred: A History of University Extension at Harvard, 1910 - 2009. Harvard University Press. ISBN 0674051351. 

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Academic offices
Preceded by
N/A New position
Dean of the Harvard Extension School
1910 - 1922
Succeeded by
Arthur F. Whittem