Robert A. McCaughey

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Robert McCaughey
See also Robert A. McCaughey's entry in Columbia's directory.

Robert McCaughey is a Barnard professor who studies the history of Columbia. Oh, and of the sea.

He wrote Stand, Columbia, an interpretive one-volume history of the university written for its 250th anniversary. The book and his projects are an inspiration for much of the material on WikiCU.

He's created a number of historic databases in collaboration with BEATL, including a phenomenal resource on the 1968 Protests. In 2013, he completed his book on the history of SEAS for the school's 150th anniversary.

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