The Liberal Arts Tradition : a Documentary History / [collected and edited by] Bruce A. Kimball.

Contributor(s): Kimball, Bruce A, 1951- [author.]Language: English Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : United Press of America, Inc., [2010]Copyright date: ©2010Description: viii, 511 pages ; 28 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0761851321 (paperback : acid-free paper); 9780761851325 (paperback : acid-free paper)Subject(s): Education, Humanistic -- History -- United States | Education, Humanistic -- HistoryLOC classification: LC1011 | .L457 2010
Contents:
Preface --
Introduction: The disputed origins --
section 1. Debates in antiquity --
section 2. Late antiquity and Middle Ages: Christian appropriation, codification, and female imagery --
section 3. In the modernus university, 1100s-1500 --
section 4. The humanist and collegiate traditions, 1350-1600 --
section 5. Humanist, scholastic, and sectarian strains in the colonial college --
section 6. Intellectual and social challenges to the college, 1790s-1850s --
section 7. Struggle between the university and the college, 1860s-1900s --
section 8. Experimentation and search for coherence, 1910s-1930s --
section 9. The "Emerging curricular blueprint" of the mid-twentieth century --
section 10. Approaching the past in the new millennium.
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"Published in cooperation with the Association for Core Texts and Courses"--title page.

Includes index.

Preface --

Introduction: The disputed origins --

section 1. Debates in antiquity --

section 2. Late antiquity and Middle Ages: Christian appropriation, codification, and female imagery --

section 3. In the modernus university, 1100s-1500 --

section 4. The humanist and collegiate traditions, 1350-1600 --

section 5. Humanist, scholastic, and sectarian strains in the colonial college --

section 6. Intellectual and social challenges to the college, 1790s-1850s --

section 7. Struggle between the university and the college, 1860s-1900s --

section 8. Experimentation and search for coherence, 1910s-1930s --

section 9. The "Emerging curricular blueprint" of the mid-twentieth century --

section 10. Approaching the past in the new millennium.

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