Sir John Hale, né le 17 septembre 1923 à Ashford (Kent) et mort le 12 août 1999, est un historien anglais, spécialiste de la Renaissance.

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  • Sir John Hale, né le 17 septembre 1923 à Ashford (Kent) et mort le 12 août 1999, est un historien anglais, spécialiste de la Renaissance.
  • Sir John Rigby Hale (17 September 1923 – 12 August 1999) was a British historian and translator, best known for his Renaissance studies. John Rigby Hale was born 17 September 1923 in Ashford, Kent, in the United Kingdom. He was educated at Jesus College, Oxford (B.A., 1948, M.A., 1953). He also attended Johns Hopkins University and Harvard University (1948–49). He was a Fellow of the British Academy and Emeritus Professor of Italian History at University College, London, where he was head of the Italian Department from 1970 until his retirement in 1988. His first position was as Fellow and Tutor in Modern History at Jesus College, Oxford, from 1949 to 1964. After this he became the first Professor of History at Warwick University where he remained till 1970. He taught at a number of other universities including Cornell and the University of California. He was a Trustee of the National Gallery, London, from 1973 to 1980, becoming Chairman from 1974. He was made a Knight Bachelor on 20 August 1984.In 1992, he suffered a stroke that caused aphasia. He died seven years later in Twickenham, after which his wife, the journalist Sheila Hale, wrote a book about his final years,The Man Who Lost His Language.
  • Sir John Rigby Hale (* 17. September 1923 in Ashford (Kent); † 12. August 1999) war ein britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf die Renaissance.Hale studierte an der Universität Oxford (Jesus College) mit dem Bachelor-Abschluss 1948 und dem Master-Abschluss 1953 und 1948/49 an der Johns Hopkins University und der Harvard University. Er war 1949 bis 1964 Tutor für Moderne Geschichte (Modern History) am Jesus College und Fellow des Jesus College. Danach war er Professor für Geschichte an der University of Warwick und anschließend Professor für italienische Geschichte am University College London und leitete 1970 bis zu seiner Emeritierung 1988 die Abteilung Italien.Er war unter anderem Gastprofessor an der Cornell University und der University of California. 1973 bis 1980 war er Trustee der National Gallery in London. 1984 wurde er geadelt. Er war Fellow der British Academy.1992 verlor er nach einem Schlaganfall sein Sprachvermögen, worüber seine Frau, die Journalistin Sheila Hale, ein Buch The man who lost his language schrieb.
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  • Sir John Hale, né le 17 septembre 1923 à Ashford (Kent) et mort le 12 août 1999, est un historien anglais, spécialiste de la Renaissance.
  • Sir John Rigby Hale (17 September 1923 – 12 August 1999) was a British historian and translator, best known for his Renaissance studies. John Rigby Hale was born 17 September 1923 in Ashford, Kent, in the United Kingdom. He was educated at Jesus College, Oxford (B.A., 1948, M.A., 1953). He also attended Johns Hopkins University and Harvard University (1948–49).
  • Sir John Rigby Hale (* 17. September 1923 in Ashford (Kent); † 12. August 1999) war ein britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf die Renaissance.Hale studierte an der Universität Oxford (Jesus College) mit dem Bachelor-Abschluss 1948 und dem Master-Abschluss 1953 und 1948/49 an der Johns Hopkins University und der Harvard University. Er war 1949 bis 1964 Tutor für Moderne Geschichte (Modern History) am Jesus College und Fellow des Jesus College.
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  • John Rigby Hale
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