Poulton Hall at Georgetown University
Georgetown College (1789-1815)
Poulton Hall, erected in 1947, was initially used for classroom space and for the College Bookstore. The building is named in honor of Fr. Ferdinand Poulton, S.J., who arrived in Maryland in 1638. Today, Poulton is home to the Arab and Islamic Studies Department, the Office of International Programs, the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service, and the Hoya Kids Learning Center.
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