Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson teaching, Rice University
Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson, professor in Rice University’s Department of Political Science, during a lecture in his classroom. Cuthbertson is wearing a light-colored suit and striped tie, and is standing at the front of the classroom, with papers and note cards set on the table before him. A listing of historical figures and scholars are written on the chalkboard behind him, including Antonio Conselheiro, The Mahd, Gracchus Babeuf, Wolfe Tone, Louis Riel, Jan Bockelson, Da Cunha, P. Riccius Crinitius, St. Cassian of Imola, and Musashi. In the right foreground two students are partially visible. Original resource is a color negative.
Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson, also known as "Doc C," came to Rice in 1963 to teach Political Science. The following year he became a Resident Associate (RA) at Will Rice College. He is the longest serving RA at Rice University.
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