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Making Harvard modern : the rise of America's university

Author: Morton Keller; Phyllis Keller
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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This is a study of how Harvard transformed itself from a stuffy Boston-Brahmin college to perhaps the world's leading university.
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Keller, Morton.
Making Harvard modern.
New York : Oxford University Press, 2001
(DLC) 2001039093
(OCoLC)47045081
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Morton Keller; Phyllis Keller
ISBN: 0195144570 9780195144574 1602569118 9781602569119 9780198033011 019803301X 1280531622 9781280531620
OCLC Number: 70721255
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 578 p.) : ill.
Contents: PREFACE; PROLOGUE: FETE ACCOMPLI, 1936; 1 JAMES BRYANT CONANT AND THE MERITOCRATIC UNIVERSITY; 2 THE COLLEGE; 3 "LESSER BREEDS"; 4 THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES; 5 THE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS; 6 MANAGING HARVARD; 7 HARVARD AND THE REAL WORLD; 8 NATHAN MARSH PUSEY AND THE AFFLUENT UNIVERSITY; 9 GOVERNING THE AFFLUENT UNIVERSITY; 10 THE ASCENDANT FACULTY; 11 THE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS; 12 A PLURALITY OF MINORITIES; 13 THE COLLEGE; 14 CRISIS AND RECOVERY; 15 DEREK CURTIS BOK AND THE WORLDLY UNIVERSITY; 16 GOVERNING; 17 THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES; 18 THE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS.
Responsibility: Morton and Phyllis Keller.
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