emergence of the American university, 1865-1910.

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Veysey is published by University of Chicago Press. The Emergence of the American University, Veysey All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK Rival conceptions of the higher learning, --Discipline and piety --Utility --Research --Liberal culture --The price of structure, --The pattern of the New University --The tendency to blend and reconcile --The problem of the unreconciled.

The Emergence of the American University - Laurence R. Veysey - Google Books. The American university of today is the product of a sudden, mainly unplanned period of development at the close of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries.

At that time the university, and with it a recognizably modern style of academic life, emerged to eclipse the older, religiously oriented college. The emergence of the American university.

[Laurence R Veysey] Discipline and piety ; Utility ; Research ; Liberal culture ; A season of reassessment, --pt. The price of structure, The pattern of the new university ; The tendency to blend and reconcile ; The problem of the reconciled.

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