Haskell may refer to:

  • Haskell (programming language), a standardized pure functional programming language with non-strict semantics
  • Haskell Indian Nations University, a four year degree granting university in Lawrence, Kansas which offers free tuition to members of registered Native American tribes in the United States
  • Haskell Indian Nations Fighting Indians, the athletic programs for the university in Lawrence, Kansas.
  • Haskell Free Library and Opera House, a neoclassical building located in Rock Island, Quebec and Derby Line, Vermont
  • Haskell Invitational Handicap, a Grade I race for thoroughbred horses
  • Haskell-Baker Wetlands, approximately 640 acres (2.6 km2) on the south side of Lawrence, Kansas
  • Haskell Oriental Museum, a forerunner of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
  • The Haskell Company, the largest privately held construction company in Florida

Haskell is one of several locations in the United States:

  • Haskell, Arkansas
  • Haskell, New Jersey
  • Haskell, Oklahoma
  • Haskell, Texas
  • Haskell County, Kansas
  • Haskell County, Oklahoma
  • Haskell County, Texas

Haskell is a surname:

  • Arnold Haskell (1903–1980), British dance critic
  • Charles N. Haskell (1860–1933), American lawyer, oilman, and statesman
  • Colleen Haskell (born 1976), American former reality show contestant and actress
  • Edward Haskell (1906–1986), American scientist
  • Ella J. Knowles Haskell (1860–1911), American lawyer
  • Floyd K. Haskell (1916–1998), US Senator from Colorado
  • Francis Haskell (1928–2000), English art historian
  • Gordon Haskell (born 1946), English pop music vocalist and songwriter
  • James Haskell (born 1985), English rugby union player
  • Jimmie Haskell (born 1936), American composer and arranger
  • Martin Haskell (born 1946), American physician
  • Molly Haskell (born 1939), American feminist film critic
  • Nathaniel M. Haskell (1912–1983), Maine Republican politician
  • Norman Haskell (1905−1970), American geophysicist
  • Preston Haskell, (born 1938), American civil engineer
  • Susan Haskell (born 1968), Canadian actress

Haskell is a given name:

  • Haskell Curry, the logician after whom the Haskell programming language is named
  • Haskell Wexler, cinematographer

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