Meaning Over Memory: Recasting the Teaching of Culture and History

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UNC Press Books, 1993 - 254 頁
In the midst of the heated battles swirling around American humanities education, Peter Stearns offers a reconsideration not only of what we teach but also of why and how we teach it. While conservatives defend a museum-like humanities curriculum, their o

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The Question of Urgency The Issues in Perspective
18
Innovations in the Humanities Before the Crisis
30
Sacred Cows in Humanities Teaching and How They Got Grazing Rights
60
Answering the Canon Fire The Debate Miscast
95
Clearing the Decks for Creative Planning
110
Education The Central Mission of the Humanities
131
Rethinking Actual Curricula The Conversion to Analysis
172
Educating for Democracy
206
NOTES
235
INDEX
251
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Peter N. Stearns is Heinz Professor of History and dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. His many books include European Society in Upheaval and Jealousy: The Evolution of an Emotion in American History.

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