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|Named Person:||Waldo Gifford Leland; Waldo Gifford Leland|
|All Authors / Contributors:||American Council of Learned Societies. Conference of the secretaries of constituent societies.|
|Notes:||A testimonial of appreciation to Waldo Gifford Leland.
"This book is one of a limited edition of 325 copies of which this is no. 276."
|Description:||xxiii, , 343 pages frontispiece (portrait) plates, maps, facsimiles 26 cm|
|Contents:||Waldo Gifford Leland.--Historical roll of the American council of learned societies.--"Under the elms," by W.G. Leland.--Eyes that see and ears that hear, by Campbell Bonner.--The rôle of the Canaanites in the history of civilization, by W.F. Albright.--Some sources of intellectual and social progress in the ancient Near East, by E.A. Speiser.--Eskualherria, by George Sarton.--The monetary reform of Anastasius I and its economic implications, by R.P. Blake.--Tutush, ephemeral sultan, by G.C. Miles.--The metamorphosis of Ovid in Le roman de la rose, by E.K. Rand.--The road in old Japan, by R.B. Hall.--On Milton's conception of poetry, by W.A. Neilson.--Montesquieu's historical pessimism, by Gilbert Chinard. Philosophical aspects of language, by Leonard Bloomfield.--Language an culture, by Franz Boas.--The correlation of Greek archaeology with history, by W.B. Dinsmoor.--Some notes on the economic interpretation of history, by F.H. Knight.--Inventions, population and history, by W.F. Ogburn.--Iconography of old Detroit, by R.G. Adams.--Moody's School of good manners; a study in American colonial etiquette, by R.W.G. Vail. Bibliography (p. 267-271)--International law in a troubled world, by J.S. Reeves.--John Herschel's philosophy of science, by C.J. Ducasse.--Science implies freedom, by C.D. Leake.--Coöperation in the study of political science, by J.P. Chamberlain.--Bibliography of Waldo Gifford Leland (p. -336)--Tabula gratulatoria.|
|Other Titles:||Disciplines of the humanities.|