Gertrude E. Noyes and Nancy C. Olmstead
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A history of Connecticut College, from the first movement toward its founding in 1915 through 1974. Written by Gertrude Noyes, an instructor and dean and gradute of the class of 1925.
Robert W. Jordan, Eugene P. Cognon, Gordon P. Wiles, Susan M. Woody, James R. Baird, and F Edward Cranz
This book is drawn from a series of annual faculty lectures at Connecticut College. The contents are
- Some Philosophical Remarks About Poetry, Robert W. Jordan
- Linguistics and Rhetoric, Eugene P. Cognon
- Literary Problems in Interpreting Paul's Letters, Gordon P. Wiles
- Iris Sacred and Profane: the Philosopher as Novelist, Susan M. Woody
- Toward an American Epic: Four Poets, James R. Baird
- 1100 A.D.: A Crisis for Us?, F. Edward Cranz
- Of Messages and Messengers, Marijan Despalotovic
Fiftieth Convocation address, published as the Henry Wells Lawrence Memorial Lecture for 1961, Freedom and Revolution, by Hannah Arendt
Dorothy Betherum, Rosemary Park, Edward Cranz, and Mary Foulke Morrisson
Publication of addresses by Rosemary Park, Connecticut College President, F. Edward Cranz, Professor of History, and Mary Foulke Morrisson, secretary of the Board of Trustees, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Connecticut College.
Contains the Henry Wells Lawrence Memorial Lecture for 1959, An Academic Year in East Africa, by Marjorie Dilley
Bernhard Knollenberg, Franklin L. Baumer, and Myron P. Gilmore
Fourth volume of a series of annual addresses given in honor of Connecticut College Professor of History, Henry Wells, Lawrence.
Contents are as follows:
Causes and Growth of the American Revolution, Bernhard Knollenberg
Religion and the Sceptical Tradition, Franklin L. Baumer, Yale University
Erasmus: The Scholar and the World, Myron P. Gilmore, Harvard University
Hajo Holborn, Paul Wallace Gates, and Helen Maud Cam
Third volume of addresses given as part of a lecture series in honor of Connecticut College Professor of History, Henry Wells Lawrence. Edited by Chester McA. Destler. Contents are as follows:
- The Reasons for the Failure of the Paris Peace Settlement, Hajo Holborn, Professor of History, Yale University
- From Individualism to Collectivism in American Land Policy, Paul Wallace Gates, Professor of History, Cornell University
- Representative Institutions in England and Europe in the Fifteenth Century in Relation to Later Developments, Helen Maud Cam, Professor of History, Radcliffe College, Harvard University
Carl Joachim Friedrich, Arthur Meier Schlesinger, and Alpheus Thomas Mason
Second, third, and fourth lectures in a series established in honor of Henry Wells Lawrence, Professor of History at Connecticut College.
Contents of this volume are:
- The Pattern of Democratic Change in the United States: Andrew Jackson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr., Associate Professor of History, Harvard University
- The Problem of the Democratization of Germany, Carl Joachim Friedrich, Professor of Government, Harvard University
- Variations on the Liberal Theme, Alpheus Thomas Mason, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University
Henry Wells Lawrence and Charles Seymour
Volume containing writings by Henry Wells Lawrence, Connecticut College Professor of History, and the first lecture established in his honor by Charles Seymour, President of Yale University.
The contents are as follows:
- Washington, Capitalism, and Nationalism
- Our Next President's Job is Like Lincoln's
- Declaration of Interdependence
- Excerpts from an Unfinished Paper for a Memorial Day Address, 1941
- The Problem of International Security: Historical Backgrounds
Anthology featuring poetry by current and former students at Connecticut College.
Collection of 87 songs composed by Connecticut College students and faculty.
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