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American higher education transformed, 1940-2005 : documenting the national discourse, edited by Wilson Smith and Thomas Bender

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American higher education transformed, 1940-2005 : documenting the national discourse
Title
American higher education transformed, 1940-2005
Title remainder
documenting the national discourse
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edited by Wilson Smith and Thomas Bender
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eng
Summary
"American Higher Education: A Documentary History presents one hundred and seventy-two key edited documents that record the transformation of higher education over the past sixty years." "The volume includes such seminal documents as Vannevar Bush's 1945 report to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Science, the Endless Frontier; the U.S. Supreme Court decisions in Brown v. Board of Education and Sweezy v. New Hampshire; and Adrienne Rich's challenging essay "Taking Women Students Seriously." The wide variety of readings underscores responses of higher education to a memorable, often tumultuous, half century." "Wilson Smith and Thomas Bender have assembled an essential reference for policymakers, administrators, and all those interested in the history and sociology of higher education."--BOOK JACKET
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DLC
Dewey number
378.73/09044
Index
no index present
LC call number
LA226
LC item number
.A64 2008
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1922-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Smith, Wilson
  • Bender, Thomas
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  • Education, Higher
  • Hoger onderwijs
  • Hochschule
  • Universität
  • Hochschullehrer
  • Tertiärbereich (Bildung)
  • Hochschule
  • Universität
  • Hochschulpolitik
  • Wissenschaft
  • Modernisierung
  • Disziplin (Wissenschaft)
  • Chancengleichheit
  • Bildungsverwaltung
  • Hochschule
  • Verenigde Staten
  • USA
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American higher education transformed, 1940-2005 : documenting the national discourse, edited by Wilson Smith and Thomas Bender
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction to Science the Endless Frontier
  • Patricia Roberts Harris
  • The Black College : Its Struggle for Survival and Success
  • Hugh Gloster
  • Afro-American Studies : A Report to the Ford Foundation
  • Nathan Huggins
  • The Shape of the River
  • William G. Bowen and Derek Bok
  • Diversification of Higher Education : Latino Americans
  • El Plan de Santa Barbara : A Chicano Plan for Higher Education
  • Meritocracy (Un)challenged
  • Alan T. Waterman
  • Gloria Cudraz
  • The Challenges Facing Spanish Departments
  • Ilan Stavans
  • Open Admissions
  • Open Admissions
  • Jerome Karabel
  • City on a Hill
  • James Traub
  • CUNY : An Institution Adrift
  • Benno C. Schmidt
  • The Academic Scientist 1940-1960
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Lifelong Learning
  • John Sawhill
  • The Soul of the University
  • The Soul of the University
  • Arthur Levine
  • Part III.
  • Liberal Arts
  • Introduction
  • Retrospect and Prospect
  • Bentley Glass
  • Curricular Reform in Historical Perspective
  • Hugh Hawkins
  • Possibilities for Remaking Liberal Education
  • Stanley N. Katz
  • The Humanities in Wartime
  • The Humanities and Defense
  • George Boas
  • Revising Curricula
  • The Reforming of General Education
  • Daniel Bell
  • Limiting Science
  • Harvard Curriculum Report
  • List of Great Books
  • St. John's College
  • Proposals to Change the Program at Stanford University
  • The Mind of the University
  • The Closing of the American Mind
  • Allan Bloom
  • Review of The Closing of the American Mind
  • Sidney Hook
  • The Opening of the American Mind
  • David Baltimore
  • Lawrence Levine
  • Teaching the Connection
  • Saving 'Dover Beach'
  • Gerald Graff
  • The Quiet Revolution
  • Arthur Levine and Jeanette Cureton
  • Only Connect...
  • William Cronon
  • The Arts and Sciences in Decline
  • The Flight from the Arts and Sciences
  • Faith and Modernity
  • Sarah H. Turner and William G. Bowen
  • Part IV.
  • Graduate Studies
  • Introduction
  • Graduate surveys and prospects
  • Graduate Education in the United States
  • Bernard Berelson
  • The Supply of and Demand for College Teachers
  • Allan M. Cartter
  • The Cartter Report on Quality
  • God and Man at Yale
  • Horace W. Magoun
  • Prospect for Faculty in the Arts and Sciences
  • William Bowen and Julie Ann Sosa
  • Decline in Doctorates Earned by Black and White Men Persists
  • Denise K. Magner
  • Improving the Status of Academic Women
  • AHA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession (the Rose Report)
  • Consequences of Democratization
  • Democratization and Decline?
  • Lynn Hunt
  • William F. Buckley Jr.
  • Rethinking the Ph.D.
  • How to Make a Ph.D. Matter
  • Louis Menand
  • Six Proposals to Revive the Humanities
  • Robert Weisbuch
  • AAU Report on Graduate Education
  • Future Faculty
  • Preparing Future Faculty for Future Universities
  • James Duderstadt
  • Part V.
  • American Catholics and the Intellectual Life
  • Disciplines and Interdiscplinarity
  • Introduction
  • The Work of Disciplines
  • The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
  • Thomas Kuhn
  • How Experiments End
  • Peter Galison
  • The New Rigorism in the 1940s and 1950s
  • Carl E. Schorske
  • The Disciplines and the Identity Debates
  • Part I.
  • John Tracy Ellis
  • David A. Hollinger
  • Area Studies
  • Area Studies in American Universities
  • William Nelson Fenton
  • Black Studies
  • Reflections on Structure and Content in Black Studies
  • Martin Kilson
  • We Need New and Critical Study of Race and Ethnicity
  • Manning Marable
  • Women's Studies
  • The Newman Report
  • The Women's Studies Program : Yale University
  • Nancy F. Cott
  • Myths of Coeducation
  • Florence Howe
  • Feminist Scholarship
  • Ellen Dubois ... [et al.]
  • Lynn v. Regents of the University of California
  • Interdisciplinarity
  • SSRC Negotiating a Passage Between Disciplinary Boundaries
  • A New Alliance for Science Curriculum
  • Report on Higher Education
  • Marian Cleeves Diamond
  • Academic Instincts
  • Margery Garber --
  • Frank Newman ... [et al.]
  • The Humanities
  • The Last Decade
  • Lionel Trilling
  • The Social Meaning of the Humanities
  • Joseph Duffey
  • Change in the Humanities
  • The Terrain
  • Alvin Kernan
  • The Multiversity
  • The Uses of the University
  • Clark Kerr
  • The Idea of the University
  • Robert Paul Wolff
  • Connecting
  • Convocation Address
  • John William Ward
  • Community of Learning
  • Introduction
  • Francis Oakley
  • Primacy of American Higher Education
  • Our Universities are the World's Best
  • Henry Rosovsky
  • Pursuing the Endless Frontier
  • Charles M. Vest
  • Horizons
  • The New Production of Knowledge
  • Michael Gibbons ... [et al.]
  • The University in Ruins
  • The Harvard Report on General Education
  • Bill Readings
  • Inc.
  • The University of Phoenix
  • Higher Ed Inc.
  • Richard S. Ruch
  • Liberal Arts for All
  • William Durden
  • Medicine and Education : Can We Live Forever?
  • Sander Gilman
  • Part II.
  • Harvard Committee General Education in a Free Society
  • Expanding and Reshaping
  • Introduction
  • Truman Commission Report
  • The Challenge of Expansion
  • Higher Education for American Democracy
  • Just Ahead : Berkeley's Greatest Permanent Growth
  • Clark Kerr
  • Education for All is Education for None
  • Douglas Bush
  • Excellence : Can We Be Equal and Excellent Too?
  • Science
  • John W. Gardner
  • The Origin of Admissions Testing
  • My Several Lives
  • James B. Conant
  • California's Master Plan
  • A Master Plan for Higher Education in California
  • Community Colleges
  • Community Colleges
  • W.B. Devall
  • Stewards of Opportunity
  • Science the Endless Frontier
  • Patrick M. Callan
  • Redefining 'Open Access'
  • George Vaughan
  • Diversification of Higher Education : Women
  • Women Scientists
  • Margaret Rossiter
  • Women in the American University
  • Aurelia Henry Reinhardt
  • Preface in Toward a Balanced Curriculum
  • Alice Emerson
  • Vannevar Bush
  • Women's Place
  • Jill Ker Conway
  • Women Drop Back in
  • Jean W. Campbell
  • Princeton's Women
  • Adele F. Simmons
  • Diversification of Higher Education : African Americans
  • Three Years in Mississippi
  • James Meredith
  • The Negro College and its Community
  • Jack Hexter
  • Harold Orlans
  • Project Camelot
  • Robert A. Nisbet
  • The Scientific Establishment
  • Don K. Price
  • SLAC and Big Science
  • W.K.H. Panovsky
  • Text of President Bush's Speech
  • George W. Bush
  • Foundations
  • Reflections of a Working Scientist
  • U.S. Philanthropic Foundations
  • Warren Weaver
  • 1949, 1953, 1999 Reports
  • The Ford Foundation
  • Corporations
  • The Kept University
  • Eyal Press and Jennifer Washburn
  • External Review of the Collaborative Research Agreement
  • Lawrence Busch ... [et al.]
  • Part IX.
  • Steven Weinberg
  • The Courts and Equal Educational Opportunity
  • Introduction
  • Toward Racial Equality
  • Sweatt v. Painter
  • McLaurin v. Oklahoma
  • Brown v. Board of Education
  • Affirmative Action
  • University of California Regents v. Bakke
  • Gratz v. Bollinger 539 U.S. 244, and Grutter v. Bollinger 539 U.S. 306
  • Affirmative Action Attacked
  • Tales from the Underground
  • My Fight against Race Preferences
  • Ward Connerly
  • Part X.
  • Academic Freedom
  • Introduction
  • Setting the Standard
  • AAUP Statement of Principles
  • Education in a Divided World
  • James Bryant Conant
  • Freedom at Harvard
  • David W. Wolfe [on Carl Woese]
  • Grenville Clark
  • UC Loyalty Oath : Tolman v. Underhill
  • Voices of the Supreme Court
  • Adler v. Board of Education
  • Wieman v. Updegraff
  • Sweezy v. New Hampshire
  • Barenblatt v. United States
  • Keyishian v. Board of Regents
  • Voices from Professors
  • The 12th Alexander Meiklejohn Award
  • Taking Women Students Seriously
  • Theodore Hesburgh
  • On Two Definitions of Academic Freedom
  • Walter Metzger
  • Part XI.
  • Rights of Students
  • Introduction
  • Directed by the Court and the Congress
  • Dixon v. Alabama State Board of Education
  • Healy v. James
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Buckley Amendment
  • Adrienne Rich
  • Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System v. Southworth
  • Part XII.
  • Academic Administration
  • Introduction
  • Management
  • The Management of the University
  • Samuel Paul Capen
  • Leadership and Ambiguity
  • Michael D. Cohen and James G. Marsh
  • The Many Lives of Academic Presidents
  • The Politics of Mind
  • Clark Kerr and Marian L. Gade
  • Presidents Consider their Jobs
  • True North : A Memoir
  • Jill K. Conway
  • Beyond the Ivory Tower
  • Universities and the Future of America
  • Derek Bok
  • Academic Duty
  • Donald Kennedy
  • Lessons from the Presidential Trenches
  • Carolyn Heilbrun
  • Richard D. Breslin
  • A College President Rediscovers Teaching
  • David Porter
  • Where are College Presidents' Voices on Important Public Issues
  • Theodore Hesburgh
  • Ruth Simmons Comes to Smith College
  • Comment
  • Leo O'Donovan and Nannerl Keohane
  • Greatness Retold
  • On the History of Giants
  • Becoming Gentlemen
  • Hanna Gray
  • Part VI.
  • Lani Guinier
  • Working in Universities/Working in Business
  • Academia's Equality Myth
  • Judith Glazer-Raymo
  • The Economics of Academic Tenure
  • Michael McPherson and Gordon Winston
  • Who is Teaching in U.S. College Classrooms?
  • Breakthrough for Part-Timers
  • American Historical Association
  • Breaking the Mold
  • Academic Profession
  • Lotte Bailyn
  • Teachers as Labor and Management
  • NLRB v. Yeshiva University
  • National Labor Relations Board
  • Brown University
  • Protocols and Ethics
  • The Academic Ethic
  • Edward Shils
  • Academic Duty
  • Donald Kennedy
  • Introduction
  • Effective Committee Service
  • Neil Smelser
  • Scholarship Reconsidered
  • Ernest Boyer
  • Small Worlds, Different Worlds
  • Burton R. Clark
  • Restoring Sanity to an Academic World Gone Mad
  • James F. Carlin
  • Part VII.
  • Conflicts on and Beyond Campus
  • The Intellectual Migration
  • Introduction
  • What Should the University Do?
  • The Port Huron Statement
  • Students for a Democratic Society
  • The Other Night at Columbia
  • Diana Trilling
  • Campus Free Speech
  • Goldberg v. Regents of the University of California
  • A Learning Community
  • The Community of Scholars
  • Illustrious Immigrants
  • Paul Goodman
  • Education at Berkeley
  • Charles Muscatine
  • The Uncertain Future of the Multiversity
  • Mario Savio
  • The Franklin Affair
  • Who Should Run the Universities
  • John Howard and H. Bruce Franklin
  • Back Where You Came From
  • H. Bruce Franklin
  • Laura Fermi
  • Franklin v. Leland Stanford University
  • Academic Duty
  • Donald Kennedy
  • Inquiries
  • Crisis at Columbia
  • Archibald Cox ... [et al.]
  • Report of the President's Commission on Campus Unrest
  • William Scranton ... [et al.]
  • Academic Commitment in Crisis Times
  • Remembering Berkeley
  • At Work in the Academy
  • Sheldon Wolin
  • Intelligence the University and Society
  • Kenneth Bancroft Clark
  • Commencement Address
  • Richard Hofstadter
  • On the Relevance of Paideia
  • William Bouwsma
  • Six New Threats to the Academy
  • John Bunzel
  • Part VIII.
  • The Historian and His Day
  • Government, Foundations, Corporations
  • Introduction
  • Government
  • The Serviceman's Readjustment Act Public Law (The GI Bill of Rights)
  • The Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (Hays-Fulbright Act)
  • American Council on Education Sponsored Research
  • The National Defense Education Act
  • Harvard and the Federal Government
  • Daniel S. Cheever
  • The Effects of Federal Programs on Higher Education
Control code
84903405
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xi, 521 pages
Isbn
9780801829246
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007006284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)84903405
Label
American higher education transformed, 1940-2005 : documenting the national discourse, edited by Wilson Smith and Thomas Bender
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction to Science the Endless Frontier
  • Patricia Roberts Harris
  • The Black College : Its Struggle for Survival and Success
  • Hugh Gloster
  • Afro-American Studies : A Report to the Ford Foundation
  • Nathan Huggins
  • The Shape of the River
  • William G. Bowen and Derek Bok
  • Diversification of Higher Education : Latino Americans
  • El Plan de Santa Barbara : A Chicano Plan for Higher Education
  • Meritocracy (Un)challenged
  • Alan T. Waterman
  • Gloria Cudraz
  • The Challenges Facing Spanish Departments
  • Ilan Stavans
  • Open Admissions
  • Open Admissions
  • Jerome Karabel
  • City on a Hill
  • James Traub
  • CUNY : An Institution Adrift
  • Benno C. Schmidt
  • The Academic Scientist 1940-1960
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Lifelong Learning
  • John Sawhill
  • The Soul of the University
  • The Soul of the University
  • Arthur Levine
  • Part III.
  • Liberal Arts
  • Introduction
  • Retrospect and Prospect
  • Bentley Glass
  • Curricular Reform in Historical Perspective
  • Hugh Hawkins
  • Possibilities for Remaking Liberal Education
  • Stanley N. Katz
  • The Humanities in Wartime
  • The Humanities and Defense
  • George Boas
  • Revising Curricula
  • The Reforming of General Education
  • Daniel Bell
  • Limiting Science
  • Harvard Curriculum Report
  • List of Great Books
  • St. John's College
  • Proposals to Change the Program at Stanford University
  • The Mind of the University
  • The Closing of the American Mind
  • Allan Bloom
  • Review of The Closing of the American Mind
  • Sidney Hook
  • The Opening of the American Mind
  • David Baltimore
  • Lawrence Levine
  • Teaching the Connection
  • Saving 'Dover Beach'
  • Gerald Graff
  • The Quiet Revolution
  • Arthur Levine and Jeanette Cureton
  • Only Connect...
  • William Cronon
  • The Arts and Sciences in Decline
  • The Flight from the Arts and Sciences
  • Faith and Modernity
  • Sarah H. Turner and William G. Bowen
  • Part IV.
  • Graduate Studies
  • Introduction
  • Graduate surveys and prospects
  • Graduate Education in the United States
  • Bernard Berelson
  • The Supply of and Demand for College Teachers
  • Allan M. Cartter
  • The Cartter Report on Quality
  • God and Man at Yale
  • Horace W. Magoun
  • Prospect for Faculty in the Arts and Sciences
  • William Bowen and Julie Ann Sosa
  • Decline in Doctorates Earned by Black and White Men Persists
  • Denise K. Magner
  • Improving the Status of Academic Women
  • AHA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession (the Rose Report)
  • Consequences of Democratization
  • Democratization and Decline?
  • Lynn Hunt
  • William F. Buckley Jr.
  • Rethinking the Ph.D.
  • How to Make a Ph.D. Matter
  • Louis Menand
  • Six Proposals to Revive the Humanities
  • Robert Weisbuch
  • AAU Report on Graduate Education
  • Future Faculty
  • Preparing Future Faculty for Future Universities
  • James Duderstadt
  • Part V.
  • American Catholics and the Intellectual Life
  • Disciplines and Interdiscplinarity
  • Introduction
  • The Work of Disciplines
  • The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
  • Thomas Kuhn
  • How Experiments End
  • Peter Galison
  • The New Rigorism in the 1940s and 1950s
  • Carl E. Schorske
  • The Disciplines and the Identity Debates
  • Part I.
  • John Tracy Ellis
  • David A. Hollinger
  • Area Studies
  • Area Studies in American Universities
  • William Nelson Fenton
  • Black Studies
  • Reflections on Structure and Content in Black Studies
  • Martin Kilson
  • We Need New and Critical Study of Race and Ethnicity
  • Manning Marable
  • Women's Studies
  • The Newman Report
  • The Women's Studies Program : Yale University
  • Nancy F. Cott
  • Myths of Coeducation
  • Florence Howe
  • Feminist Scholarship
  • Ellen Dubois ... [et al.]
  • Lynn v. Regents of the University of California
  • Interdisciplinarity
  • SSRC Negotiating a Passage Between Disciplinary Boundaries
  • A New Alliance for Science Curriculum
  • Report on Higher Education
  • Marian Cleeves Diamond
  • Academic Instincts
  • Margery Garber --
  • Frank Newman ... [et al.]
  • The Humanities
  • The Last Decade
  • Lionel Trilling
  • The Social Meaning of the Humanities
  • Joseph Duffey
  • Change in the Humanities
  • The Terrain
  • Alvin Kernan
  • The Multiversity
  • The Uses of the University
  • Clark Kerr
  • The Idea of the University
  • Robert Paul Wolff
  • Connecting
  • Convocation Address
  • John William Ward
  • Community of Learning
  • Introduction
  • Francis Oakley
  • Primacy of American Higher Education
  • Our Universities are the World's Best
  • Henry Rosovsky
  • Pursuing the Endless Frontier
  • Charles M. Vest
  • Horizons
  • The New Production of Knowledge
  • Michael Gibbons ... [et al.]
  • The University in Ruins
  • The Harvard Report on General Education
  • Bill Readings
  • Inc.
  • The University of Phoenix
  • Higher Ed Inc.
  • Richard S. Ruch
  • Liberal Arts for All
  • William Durden
  • Medicine and Education : Can We Live Forever?
  • Sander Gilman
  • Part II.
  • Harvard Committee General Education in a Free Society
  • Expanding and Reshaping
  • Introduction
  • Truman Commission Report
  • The Challenge of Expansion
  • Higher Education for American Democracy
  • Just Ahead : Berkeley's Greatest Permanent Growth
  • Clark Kerr
  • Education for All is Education for None
  • Douglas Bush
  • Excellence : Can We Be Equal and Excellent Too?
  • Science
  • John W. Gardner
  • The Origin of Admissions Testing
  • My Several Lives
  • James B. Conant
  • California's Master Plan
  • A Master Plan for Higher Education in California
  • Community Colleges
  • Community Colleges
  • W.B. Devall
  • Stewards of Opportunity
  • Science the Endless Frontier
  • Patrick M. Callan
  • Redefining 'Open Access'
  • George Vaughan
  • Diversification of Higher Education : Women
  • Women Scientists
  • Margaret Rossiter
  • Women in the American University
  • Aurelia Henry Reinhardt
  • Preface in Toward a Balanced Curriculum
  • Alice Emerson
  • Vannevar Bush
  • Women's Place
  • Jill Ker Conway
  • Women Drop Back in
  • Jean W. Campbell
  • Princeton's Women
  • Adele F. Simmons
  • Diversification of Higher Education : African Americans
  • Three Years in Mississippi
  • James Meredith
  • The Negro College and its Community
  • Jack Hexter
  • Harold Orlans
  • Project Camelot
  • Robert A. Nisbet
  • The Scientific Establishment
  • Don K. Price
  • SLAC and Big Science
  • W.K.H. Panovsky
  • Text of President Bush's Speech
  • George W. Bush
  • Foundations
  • Reflections of a Working Scientist
  • U.S. Philanthropic Foundations
  • Warren Weaver
  • 1949, 1953, 1999 Reports
  • The Ford Foundation
  • Corporations
  • The Kept University
  • Eyal Press and Jennifer Washburn
  • External Review of the Collaborative Research Agreement
  • Lawrence Busch ... [et al.]
  • Part IX.
  • Steven Weinberg
  • The Courts and Equal Educational Opportunity
  • Introduction
  • Toward Racial Equality
  • Sweatt v. Painter
  • McLaurin v. Oklahoma
  • Brown v. Board of Education
  • Affirmative Action
  • University of California Regents v. Bakke
  • Gratz v. Bollinger 539 U.S. 244, and Grutter v. Bollinger 539 U.S. 306
  • Affirmative Action Attacked
  • Tales from the Underground
  • My Fight against Race Preferences
  • Ward Connerly
  • Part X.
  • Academic Freedom
  • Introduction
  • Setting the Standard
  • AAUP Statement of Principles
  • Education in a Divided World
  • James Bryant Conant
  • Freedom at Harvard
  • David W. Wolfe [on Carl Woese]
  • Grenville Clark
  • UC Loyalty Oath : Tolman v. Underhill
  • Voices of the Supreme Court
  • Adler v. Board of Education
  • Wieman v. Updegraff
  • Sweezy v. New Hampshire
  • Barenblatt v. United States
  • Keyishian v. Board of Regents
  • Voices from Professors
  • The 12th Alexander Meiklejohn Award
  • Taking Women Students Seriously
  • Theodore Hesburgh
  • On Two Definitions of Academic Freedom
  • Walter Metzger
  • Part XI.
  • Rights of Students
  • Introduction
  • Directed by the Court and the Congress
  • Dixon v. Alabama State Board of Education
  • Healy v. James
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Buckley Amendment
  • Adrienne Rich
  • Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System v. Southworth
  • Part XII.
  • Academic Administration
  • Introduction
  • Management
  • The Management of the University
  • Samuel Paul Capen
  • Leadership and Ambiguity
  • Michael D. Cohen and James G. Marsh
  • The Many Lives of Academic Presidents
  • The Politics of Mind
  • Clark Kerr and Marian L. Gade
  • Presidents Consider their Jobs
  • True North : A Memoir
  • Jill K. Conway
  • Beyond the Ivory Tower
  • Universities and the Future of America
  • Derek Bok
  • Academic Duty
  • Donald Kennedy
  • Lessons from the Presidential Trenches
  • Carolyn Heilbrun
  • Richard D. Breslin
  • A College President Rediscovers Teaching
  • David Porter
  • Where are College Presidents' Voices on Important Public Issues
  • Theodore Hesburgh
  • Ruth Simmons Comes to Smith College
  • Comment
  • Leo O'Donovan and Nannerl Keohane
  • Greatness Retold
  • On the History of Giants
  • Becoming Gentlemen
  • Hanna Gray
  • Part VI.
  • Lani Guinier
  • Working in Universities/Working in Business
  • Academia's Equality Myth
  • Judith Glazer-Raymo
  • The Economics of Academic Tenure
  • Michael McPherson and Gordon Winston
  • Who is Teaching in U.S. College Classrooms?
  • Breakthrough for Part-Timers
  • American Historical Association
  • Breaking the Mold
  • Academic Profession
  • Lotte Bailyn
  • Teachers as Labor and Management
  • NLRB v. Yeshiva University
  • National Labor Relations Board
  • Brown University
  • Protocols and Ethics
  • The Academic Ethic
  • Edward Shils
  • Academic Duty
  • Donald Kennedy
  • Introduction
  • Effective Committee Service
  • Neil Smelser
  • Scholarship Reconsidered
  • Ernest Boyer
  • Small Worlds, Different Worlds
  • Burton R. Clark
  • Restoring Sanity to an Academic World Gone Mad
  • James F. Carlin
  • Part VII.
  • Conflicts on and Beyond Campus
  • The Intellectual Migration
  • Introduction
  • What Should the University Do?
  • The Port Huron Statement
  • Students for a Democratic Society
  • The Other Night at Columbia
  • Diana Trilling
  • Campus Free Speech
  • Goldberg v. Regents of the University of California
  • A Learning Community
  • The Community of Scholars
  • Illustrious Immigrants
  • Paul Goodman
  • Education at Berkeley
  • Charles Muscatine
  • The Uncertain Future of the Multiversity
  • Mario Savio
  • The Franklin Affair
  • Who Should Run the Universities
  • John Howard and H. Bruce Franklin
  • Back Where You Came From
  • H. Bruce Franklin
  • Laura Fermi
  • Franklin v. Leland Stanford University
  • Academic Duty
  • Donald Kennedy
  • Inquiries
  • Crisis at Columbia
  • Archibald Cox ... [et al.]
  • Report of the President's Commission on Campus Unrest
  • William Scranton ... [et al.]
  • Academic Commitment in Crisis Times
  • Remembering Berkeley
  • At Work in the Academy
  • Sheldon Wolin
  • Intelligence the University and Society
  • Kenneth Bancroft Clark
  • Commencement Address
  • Richard Hofstadter
  • On the Relevance of Paideia
  • William Bouwsma
  • Six New Threats to the Academy
  • John Bunzel
  • Part VIII.
  • The Historian and His Day
  • Government, Foundations, Corporations
  • Introduction
  • Government
  • The Serviceman's Readjustment Act Public Law (The GI Bill of Rights)
  • The Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (Hays-Fulbright Act)
  • American Council on Education Sponsored Research
  • The National Defense Education Act
  • Harvard and the Federal Government
  • Daniel S. Cheever
  • The Effects of Federal Programs on Higher Education
Control code
84903405
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xi, 521 pages
Isbn
9780801829246
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007006284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)84903405

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