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'''Wayne Gordon Hammond''' (b. [[11 February]], [[1953]]) is a scholar known for his research and writings on the works of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors as an English major at [[wikipedia:Baldwin–Wallace College|Baldwin-Wallace College]] in 1975 and Master of Arts in Library Science from the [[wikipedia:University of Michigan|University of Michigan]] in 1976. Since then he has been the Assistant Librarian of the Chapin Library of Rare Books at [[wikipedia:Williams College|Williams College]].
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'''Wayne Gordon Hammond''' ([[11 February]], [[1953]]) is a scholar known for his research and writings on the works of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors as an English major at [[wikipedia:Baldwin–Wallace College|Baldwin-Wallace College]] in 1975 and Master of Arts in Library Science from the [[wikipedia:University of Michigan|University of Michigan]] in 1976. Since then he has been the Assistant Librarian of the Chapin Library of Rare Books at [[wikipedia:Williams College|Williams College]].
  
 
In 1994 Hammond married fellow Tolkien scholar [[Christina Scull]] and the two have since collaborated on several projects. He is a regular contributor to publications of the [[Mythopoeic Society]].
 
In 1994 Hammond married fellow Tolkien scholar [[Christina Scull]] and the two have since collaborated on several projects. He is a regular contributor to publications of the [[Mythopoeic Society]].

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