Hastings Rashdall

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Rashdall, Hastings (2010) [1895]. The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages, 2 vols. in 3 parts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [orig. Oxford: Clarendon Press]. ISBN   978-1-108-01813-5.
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    1. Jackson & Gilmore 1953, p. 390.
    2. Rayner 2005, p. 4.
    3. Rayner 2005, p. 239.
    4. Rayner 2005, pp. 2, 9.
    5. Garnett 2004, where Rashdall's The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages is referred to as "a standard work."
    6. 1 2 Garnett 2004.
    7. "Rashdall, Very Rev. Hastings" 2007.
    8. "Review of The European Universities of the Middle Ages, by Hastings Rashdall". The Quarterly Review. Vol. 183. April 1896. pp. 445–472. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
    9. Rashdall 1919, pp. 437–447.
    10. "University Intelligence". The Times. No. 36589. London. 18 October 1901. p. 4.
    11. Matheson 1928, p. 115.
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    Hastings Rashdall

    FBA
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    Born(1858-06-24)24 June 1858
    London, England
    Died9 February 1924(1924-02-09) (aged 65)
    Worthing, England
    Spouse
    Constance
    (m. 1905)
    Ecclesiastical career
    Church Church of England
    Ordained
    • 1884 (deacon) [1]
    • 1886 (priest) [2]
    Offices held
    Dean of Carlisle (1917–1924)
    Academic background
    Alma mater New College, Oxford
    Influences
    Church of England titles
    Preceded by Dean of Carlisle
    1917–1924
    Succeeded by
    Academic offices
    Preceded by Bampton Lecturer
    1915
    Succeeded by
    Non-profit organization positions
    Preceded by President of the Aristotelian Society
    1904–1907
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by President of the Churchmen's Union
    1923–1924
    Succeeded by