Theodore Rabb, Professor of History, emeritus, founder of Princeton’s Humanities Sequence and an innovative teacher of generations of students, died Jan. 7 at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center. He was 81.
In 2017, he returned to the Humanities Council to give a keynote talk at a symposium celebrating the 25th year of the Humanities Sequence, telling those in attendance that although it had evolved over the years, what had not changed was its initial emphasis: to empower students.
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A feature about Theodore’s Rabb also appears in the Daily Princetonian.