Michael Kammen, CCAS AA ’56, CCAS BA ’58, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian at Cornell University, died Nov. 29 in Ithaca, NY. He was 77.
Kammen, who also held a doctor of letters degree from GW, received the university’s Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award in 1974. He earned a doctorate in history from Harvard University in 1974.
“One of the most prolific and distinguished historians of his time, Dr. Kammen wrote or edited more than 25 books,” writes The Washington Post.
To read the full obituary, visit the Post‘s site.