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This distinguished collection of essays, edited under the direction of David Lyle Jeffrey and Dominic Manganiello, emerged from the discussions that surrounded the 1995-1996 McMartin Lectures. Dedicated to studying the relationship and contributions of historic Christian thought to the intellectual life of university disciplines, this series of lectures served as an occasion for scholars to rethink the present crisis in the relationship between the historic identity of the university and the development of the modern university.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. TABLE OF CONTENTS
  2. p. vi
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  1. PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  2. pp. viii-xiii
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  1. PART I: WHERE DID WE COME FROM?
  2. p. 1
  1. 1 THE ORIGINAL IDEA OF THE UNIVERSITY
  2. pp. 3-27
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  1. 2 NEWMAN, THEOLOGY AND THE CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY
  2. pp. 29-38
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  1. PART II: WHERE ARE WE NOW?
  2. p. 39
  1. 3 THE POLITICIZATION OF THE UNIVERSITY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
  2. pp. 41-50
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  1. 4 CAN HUMANE LITERACY SURVIVE WITHOUT A GRAND NARRATIVE?
  2. pp. 51-69
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  1. PART III: WHERE ARE WE GOING?
  2. p. 71
  1. 5 THE FUTURE OF TEACHING
  2. pp. 73-86
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  1. 6 THE FUTURE OF RESEARCH
  2. pp. 87-103
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  1. 7 THE FUTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY: FROM POSTMODERN TO TRANSMODERN
  2. pp. 105-116
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  1. 8 WILL TECHNOLOGY SAVE US?
  2. pp. 117-131
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  1. CONTRIBUTORS
  2. pp. 133-134
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780776616858
Related ISBN
9780776604817
MARC Record
OCLC
181843501
Pages
180
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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