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Campbell Bonner, who comes to the University to fill the place left vacant by the resignation of Profes sor Fairbanks, was born in Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 30, 1876. He was pre pared for college at the University School in Nashville, and was grad uated from Vanderbilt University with the degree of A.B. in 1806. The following year was spent in graduate work at Vanderbilt, where he acted as assistant in German.
In the au tumn of 1897 he entered the Graduate School of Harvard University, devot ing his attention entirely to the clas sics, receiving the degree of A.M. from Harvard in 1898, and Ph.D. in 1900.
During his last year's residence at Harvard he held a Morgan Fellow ship, and upon receiving his doctor ate was appointed to the Harris Fel lowship was partly at the University of Berlin, partly in Greece and Italy. Upon re turning to America in 1901 he was appointed Professor of Greek at the University of Nashville (Peabody College for Teachers) which position he held until his appointment as Junior Professor of Greek in this University.
He has collaborated with Professor C. F. Smith as editor of Xenophon's An abasis (Appleton, 1905), and besides his doctor's dissertation was published in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 13 (A Study of the Dan- aid. Myth). He has published arti cles and reviews in the American Journal of Philology, Classical Re view, Classical Philology, and the Classical Journal, of which he is an associate editor. He is a member of the American Philological Associa tion, and the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.