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Eva Brann was born to a German-Jewish family in Berlin. She emigrated in 1941 to the USA and received her B.A. from Brooklyn College in 1950, her M.A. in classics from Yale University in 1951, and her Ph.D. in archaeology from Yale in 1956. She also holds an Honorary Doctorate from Middlebury College. Vermont.
She obtained a faculty position at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, in 1957, and in her early years there was very close to her colleague, the philosopher Jacob Klein. After Prof. Klein's death, Prof. Brann increasingly assumed his role as the defining figure of St. John's College and the Great Books program.
She is the longest-serving member of the faculty and previously served as dean of the college.
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