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TeSelle, Eugene, 1931-2018


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    • found: His Augustine the theologian, 1970.
    • found: Living in two cities, 1998: CIP t.p. (Eugene TeSelle) data sheet (b. Aug. 8, 1931)
    • found: Literature Resource Center, viewed May 22, 2018 (Eugene (Arthur) TeSelle, (Jr.); Born: August 08, 1931 in Ames, Iowa, United States; Other Names: TeSelle, Eugene; Teselle, Eugene A.; Education: University of Colorado, B.A., 1952; Princeton Theological Seminary, B.D., 1955; Yale University, M.A., 1960, Ph.D., 1963; Ordained Presbyterian minister, 1955; Yale University, New Haven, CT, instructor, 1962-66, assistant professor of religious studies, 1966-69; Vanderbilt University, Divinity School, Nashville, TN, associate professor, 1969-74, professor of church history and theology, beginning 1974.)
    • found: Vanderbilt Univ. news network, viewed May 22, 2018: Mar. 7, 2018 (Vanderbilt Divinity professor and committed community activist dies. Eugene Arthur TeSelle Jr., a retired Vanderbilt Divinity School professor who was a strong advocate on community issues ranging from urban neighborhood preservation to integrated schools, died March 1. TeSelle, 86, was the Oberlin Professor of Church History and Theology, emeritus.Vanderbilt awarded TeSelle the Thomas Jefferson Award in 1995 for his service to the university, where he chaired the Faculty Senate and the Graduate Department of Religion. He was recognized by then-Chancellor Joe B. Wyatt for his leadership of organizations that address social issues in Nashville, the United States and Central America. The Tennessean profiled TeSelle in 2003 in a column headlined "Hes worked to protect community for 33 years". He continued to write and remain active in the community during retirement and donated his papers to Vanderbilt Special Collections and University Archives.) {https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2018/03/07/vanderbilt-divinity-professor-and-committed-community-activist-dies/}
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