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For his first lecture Tuesday, Chauncey B. Tinker, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry has selected "Poetics Painting in England," in his series of eight on "Literary Tendencies in English Painting."
Sterling Professor of English Literature At Yale, Tinker succeeds Johnny A. E. Roosval, of the University of Stockholm, in the chair established in 1925 by Charles C. Stillman '38 in memory of Charles Eliot Norton 1846, professor of the History of Art.
Terms of the Chair, endowed by a fund of $100,000, state that "the incumbent is appointed as a full professor for a term of one year" and that he be "chosen without limits of nationality from men of high distinction and preferably, of international reputation."
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