Monthly Archives: February 2014

Emboldened Faculty

The-Emergent-University-II

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Study Guide for First Exam

Study Guide for First Hour Exam February 25, 2014 Should be able to identify (e.g, name, occupation, locale, era, institutional affiliation, writings (if any), relevance to our course) the following individuals: Thomas Aquinas Martin Luther King Henry VIII Thomas More … finish reading Study Guide for First Exam

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Presentation I: Noor Dhadha- Origins and Founding of Mount Holyoke and Dartmouth Colleges

Presentation I- Noor Dhadha

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Daniela Quintanilla – Protestantism in American Education

According to the first lecture, colleges perform two basic functions in a socioeconomic context: to confirm/reinforce a student’s status, or to change/improve that status. This development in the American collegiate system distinguishes American universities from their higher educational institutional predecessors … finish reading Daniela Quintanilla – Protestantism in American Education

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Thomas Jefferson and the Founding of the University of Virginia

UVA Presentation by Abby Mitchell

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US Military Academy

USMA Posting 1

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Oberlin College – Institutions of Higher Learning in the Midwest

Oberlin College

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The Founding of Hamline University

Hamline University A presentation on the founding and first years of Hamline University in Saint Paul, MN. By Kelly Reller, BC ’16

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Columbia’s Token Jew: Looking Past Seixas

  Despite its strong Episcopalian beginnings as King’s College, Columbia College has one of the longest-to-date histories of Jewish studies and involvement, dating back to its initial President, Samuel Johnson. The study of Hebrew along with other ancient languages was … finish reading Columbia’s Token Jew: Looking Past Seixas

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Women and Education – First Post

Women and Education

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