|Author:||Murray M. Horowitz|
|Title:||Brooklyn College: The First Half Century (Atlantic Studies on Society in Change)|
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|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Publisher:||Brooklyn College Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 1981)|
Studies on Society in Change, no. 5. Lisse: The Peter De Ridder Press, 1977. Distributed by Humanities Press, Atlantic Highlands, . Robert W. Johannsen (a1). To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge. Find out more about sending to your Kindle.
Volumes Published in "Atlantic Studies on Society in Change". No. 1 Tolerance and Movements of Religous Dissent in Eastern Europe. 1978 No. 3 The Mutual Effects of the Islamic and Judeo-Christian Worlds: The East European Pattern. 4 Before Watergate:Problems of Corruption in American Society. 22 Brooklyn College: The First Half Century. 23 A New Deal for the World: Eleanor Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy.
Brooklyn College: The First Half Century (Atlantic Studies on Society in Change). Author : Murray M. Horowitz. Publisher : Brooklyn College Pr.
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The First Half-Century. Horowitz, Murray M. The history of the first public co-educational liberal arts college in New York City, from 1930 to the present is examined as a reflection of American higher education during this period. Part 1, "The Early Years," discusses how free education came to Brooklyn, life in the Borough Hall district, the academic scene, student movements, and the change from Borough Hall to Flatbush.
Home All Categories Education & Reference Books School & Teaching Books Brooklyn College: The First Half Century. ISBN13: 9780930888114. Brooklyn College : The First Half Century. by Murray M. ISBN13:9780930888114. Release Date:January 1981. Publisher:Brooklyn College Press. 00 lbs. Related Subjects.
This book shows how modern Brooklyn’s proud urban identity as an arts-friendly community originated in the mid nineteenth century. Before and after the Civil War, Brooklyn’s elite, many engaged in Atlantic trade, established more than a dozen cultural societies, including the Philharmonic Society, Academy of Music, and Art Association. The associative ethos behind Brooklyn’s fine arts flowering built upon commercial networks that joined commerce, culture, and community.
The Master’s degree programme in Atlantic Studies trains students to become regional and globalisation experts on the South Atlantic region Latin rica. Challenges of long-term social change in the Atlantic region. Conflict dynamics and attempts to resolve conflict in the Atlantic region. June 1st – July 15th of the year for the winter semester. December 1st – January 15th of the year for the summer semester.
The book is comprised of an introduction and four parts. In the first part, which deals with self-management, Sekelj describes how power was distributed in Yugoslav society and enterprises in an oligarchical fashion. Regarding self-management, Sekelj concludes what many have long suspected, namely that at the enterprise level self- management was an ideological smoke screen which concealed the oligarchical character of power distribution in both the political and economic spheres.