Ethel Hampson Brewster
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Ethel Hampson Brewster (1886-07-03 – 1947-08-18) was an American college professor and philologist. She was Dean of Women and taught Greek and Latin at Swarthmore College, where she was a member of the faculty from 1916 to 1947.
- "It is as stupid to oust ancient history from the schools in favor of American and modern European history as it would be to knock out the first two stories of a skyscraper and expect the structure to stand."
- "'Job' Does Not Educate; Dr. Ethel Hampson Brewster, of Swarthmore, Defends Classics" Philadelphia Inquirer (1919-04-03): 15.
- "Because of its very personal influence men of action as far back as Cicero have proclaimed that there can be no more distinguished calling than that of instructing youth."
- "Social Life as an Academic Problem", Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Women Deans and Counselors 11(1924): 68.
- "I am distressed that there are so few who indulge in the ecstacy of even a humble translation, and still fewer who attain the worthy translation."
- "Experiments with Translations" The Classical Weekly 18(6)(1924-11-17): 42.