Caroline Bynum

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Caroline W. Bynum is a scholar of medieval cultural and religious history. She is an emerita University Professor and was the first woman in the history of Columbia to hold that title. She was also briefly Dean of the School of General Studies and was also the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship, a Mark Van Doren Award, and a Lionel Trilling Book Award. She is now at the Institute for Advanced Study, but still teaches at Columbia on occasion.

Preceded by
Ward H. Dennis
Dean of the School of General Studies 
1993-1994
Succeeded by
Gillian Lindt
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