In Memoriam

Class of 1980 Memorial Books Program

The Class of 1980 Memorial Books Program allows us to memorialize deceased members of our class by donating a book in their names to the Dartmouth College Library. Our class joins over forty other Dartmouth classes who remember their classmates with this program. Here’s how it works for each deceased classmate. The Dartmouth Library will select a book, place a bookplate with our classmates name near the front cover, and place the book in library’s permanent collection. This is a meaningful way to remember each classmate, and their families will be notified as soon as books have been selected. When available the the book titles will be posted beside each classmate’s name below. The class is committing funds for this program from class dues. Individual contributions can also be made online on the Class Dues page or by mailing a check to our Treasurer Joe Mannes(payable to Class of 1980). Please include a note that indicates your support of the Memorial Books Program.

We honor and remember our classmates who are no longer with us. Please take a minute to read Wade Herring’s wonderful 35th Reunion Memorial Service remarks.

Obituaries for highlighted names have been linked.

 

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Douglas R. Bangs (5/21/1984) Artists and Empire: Facing Britain’s Imperial Past edited by Alison Smith, David Blayney Brown, and Carol Jacobi
Jack D. Bardfeld (2/14/2000) Cuba: Black and White by Anna Mia Davidson
Iain J. Beveridge (1/3/1995) The Psychological Portrait: Marcel Sterberger’s Revelations in Photography by Jacob Loewentheil
John F. Brennan Jr. (10/28/91) Villas of Lucas: The Delights of the Countryside by Maria Adriana Giusti
Katherine B. Campbell (5/17/1986) Social Neuroscience: Biological Approaches to Social Psychology edited by Eddie Harmon-Jones and Michael Inzlicht
Kevin R. Crotty (9/11/2001) The Digital Difference: Media Technology and the Theoryof Communication Effects by W. Russell Neuman
Brian P. Dale (9/11/2001) American Indian Stories of Success: New Visions of Leadership in Indian Country by Gerald E. Gipp, Linda Sue Warner, Janine Pease, and James Shanley
Benjamin L. Davis, Jr. (12/23/1977) Why Don’t American’s Vote? Causes and Consequences by Bridgett A. King
Joseph Devlin (4/1/2015) Unruly Nature: The Landscapes of Theodore Rousseau by Scott Allan and Edouard Kopp
Brice Dowaliby (7/13/1994)  The Task of the Cleric: Cartography, Translation,  and Economics in the Thirteenth Century Iberia by Simone Pinet
Wendy Atwater Fayen (7/14/2007) After Caravaggio by Michael Fried
James A. Foote (12/3/1981) Imagining the Jew in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture edited by Samantha Zacher
David R. Gordon (6/17/2015) From the Sun to the Stars by James B. Kaler
James C. Hodgdon (2/10/1991) as Essential as Dreams: Self Taught Art from the Collection of Stephanie and John Smither by Michelle White
Laura Woodberry Jessiman (6/24/2009) From Liberal to Labour with Women’ s Suffrage: The Story of Catherine Marshall by Jo Vellacott
Steven W. Johnson (3/27/2016) The Deaths of Henri Regnault by Marc Gotlieb
Theodore R. Johnson (2/22/1982) Roman Empire: A Thousand Years of Empire by W.V. Harris
Michael K. Kealey (8/24/1990) The Remarkable Plants That Shape Our World by Helen Bynum & William Bynum
Dave L. Lightle (8/28/2016)
Susan J. Marshall (6/4/1982) Kongo: Power and Majesty by Alisa LaGamma
Michael R. McClintock (6/2/2013) Classic Greek Masterpieces of Sculpture by Photini N. Zaphiropoulou
Stephen L. Murphy (4/10/2012) The Horse in the Ancient World: From Bucephalus to the Hippodrome by Carolyn Willekes
Daniel A. Norton (12/16/1995) Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual by Gautama V. Vajracharya
Lennie L. Pickard (1/10/2013) American Enlightenments: Pursuing Happiness in the Age of Reason by Caroline Winterer
Antonio C. Pigee (7/17/1990) Picturing Indian Territory: Portraits of the Land That Became Oklahoma by B. Byron Price
Elizabeth Ulrich Potter (4/30/2014) Egypt Beyond Tahrir Square edited by Bessma Momani and Eid Mohamed
Judith G. Recke (10/21/2014) Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, A Daring Escape and the Making of Winston Churchill by Candice Millard
Nancy G. Rockwell (7/19/1982) Pen to Paper: Artists’ Handwritten Letters from the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art edited by Mary Savig
Douglas M. Romatzick (11/5/1979) Magnet Theatre: Three Decades of Making Space by Megan Lewis and Anton Krueger, general editors
Jean-Jaques G. Shapiro (8/27/1995) Imperial Unknowns: The French and British in the Mediterranean, 1650-1750 by Cornel Zwierlein 
Brooks Shumway (1/4/2013) Geomorphology in the Anthropocene by Andrew S. Goudie and Heather Viles
Parker A. Small III (7/13/2010) Tula Telfair: Invented Landscapes by Henry Adam, Michael S. Roth and J. Michael Fay
Robin A. Smith (10/27/1977) Spenser and Virgil: The Pastoral Poems by Syrithe Pugh
Craig Thorn IV (6/12/2006) Killing Civilization: A Reassessment of Ancient Urbanism and Its Consequences by Justin Jennings
Arthur H. Turner Jr. (9/10/1989) Encounters: An Anthropological History of Southeastern Labrador
Jay S. Tyson (7/28/1994) The Triumph of Empire: The Roman World for Hadrian to Constantine
Laura J. Van Buskirk (9/12/1980) The Ancient City by Arjan Zuiderhoek
Harold K. Washburn (7/20/1993) Calculating the Cosmos: How Mathematics Unveils the Universe by Ian Stewart
Kenneth W. Wheatley (12/5/1996) Zooming In: Histories of Photography in China by Wu Hung
Richard G. Zogby (2/14/2013) Horse by Jitka Hanzlova
Pamela Merriweather Zwemer (1/2/2015) Lawrence Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity edited for the Fries Museum by Elizabeth Prettejohn and Peter Trippi

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