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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Division of the Humanities.
State university surveys the humanities.
Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1945
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Loren Carey MacKinney; Nicholson B Adams; Harry K Russell; University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Division of the Humanities.
|Description:||xi, 262 pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I. The humanities at the University of North Carolina, 1795-1945 : The humanities at the University of North Carolina, 1795-1945, a historical survey, by W.E. Caldwell.--pt. II. The humanities and the humanistic ideal in the fields of university education: History, by J.L. Godfrey. Literature: the beast in man, by G.C. Taylor. Literature: the creative in man, by Paul Green. Philosophy and religion: the humanity of man, by Helmut Kuhn. Language study, by H.R. Huse. Music, by Glen Haydon. The fine arts., by Clemens Sommer. The social sciences, by H.W. Odum. Education and psychology, by J.F. Dashiell. The biological sciences: the sciences in the humanities, by R.E. Coker. Mathematics and the physical sciences, by Archibald Henderson.--pt. III. The humanities and the humanistic ideal as viewed by professional men: Medicine, by G.L. Carrington. Law, by A.A.F. Seawell. Business, by T.C. Boushall. Journalism: the humanities and the common man, by G.W. Johnson.-pt. IV. The future of the humanities in state universities: The Future of the humanities in state universities, by Norman Foerster.|
|Series Title:||University of North Carolina sesquicentennial publications.|
|Responsibility:||edited with a foreword by Loren C. MacKinney, Nicholson B. Adams [and] Harry K. Russell.|