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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Perkins, Dexter, 1889-
Education of historians in the United States.
New York. N.Y. : McGraw-Hill, 1962
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dexter Perkins; John L Snell; American Historical Association. Committee on Graduate Education.
|Notes:||This study was sponsored by the American Historical Association through its Committee on Graduate Education.|
|Credits:||This study was sponsored by the American Historical Association through its Committee on Graduate Education.|
|Description:||xiii, 244 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: as seen by the chairman --
Do we need more college teachers? --
Graduate students in history --
History in the colleges --
The master's degree --
Ph. D.-training institutions --
Doctoral study in history --
Major criticisms of Ph. D. training --
Experiments with teacher training and tightened programs --
|Series Title:||Carnegie series in American education.|
|Responsibility:||Dexter Perkins, chairman, John L. Snell, director, and Committee on Graduate Education of the American Historical Association.|