Making Harvard Modern: The Rise of America's University

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Index
Academic freedom, 153, 158–61, 166–68. See also Political correctness
Ackerman, Edward, 108
Ackerman, James, 248
Ad hoc committees, 70
Adams, Mrs. Charles Francis, 152
Administration, 134–51, 189–210, 329–36, 359–82, 491–94
Administrative Board, 39, 309–10, 313, 321
Admissions, 32–35, 293–97, 325, 357, 464–68, 493. See also African Americans; Jews; Women
Affirmative action, 345. See also African Americans; Women
African Americans, 60–63, 284–89, 296, 307, 349–50, 472, 476–78
Afro-American Studies, Dept. of, 287–88, 429–31, 438–39
Agassiz Theatre, 428
Agency for International Development, 416
Ahlfors, Lars, 399
Aiken, Howard, 106, 140, 163
Albritton, Rogers, 243–44
Alexander, Clifford, Jr., 60, 288, 330, 361
Alfred, William, 292
Allen, Bruce C., 326
Allison, Graham, 460, 461–62
Allport, Gordon, 92
Alpert, Richard, 221, 299
Alsop, Joseph, 202, 227, 337
Alt, James, 412
Alumni affairs, 147, 182, 196–97, 338, 371–73, 471–73
American Association of University Professors, 213
American Civil Liberties Union, 306
American Council on Education, 24, 26, 296
American Defense: Harvard Group, 161–62
American Repertory Theatre, 428–29
Amos, Harold, 289
Andrews, John, 268
Andrews, Kenneth, 257
Angell, James R., 8, 156–57
Ansara, Michael, 314
Anthropology, Dept. of, 87–89, 219–20, 404–5
Anti-Semitism. See Jews
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 430
Arnold, H.H., 168
Arnold Arboretum, 102–3, 232, 396
Arrow, Kenneth, 223, 408
Arts and Sciences, Faculty of (FAS), 150, 182, 192, 490–91; and central administration, 377–82; deans of, 21, 65, 383–85; fund-raising, 369–70; in DCB/NR years, 383–431; in JBC years, 64–109; in NMP years, 211–51. See also Buck, Paul; Bundy, McGeorge; Dunlop, John T.; Ford, Franklin; Knowles, Jeremy; Murdock, Kenneth; Rosovsky, Henry; Spence, A. Michael
Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of (GSAS), 110–12, 252–53, 432–36
Asian Americans, 352, 353
Associated Harvard Alumni, 197, 338
Associated Harvard Clubs, 196
Association of American Universities, 310
Astronomy, Dept. of, 107–8, 239–40, 399–400. See also Harvard College Observatory
Astrophysics, Center for, 399–400
Athletics, 41–42, 291–92, 475–76
Atkins Institution, 102
Atlantic Monthly, 28, 29
Austin Hall, 14
Babbitt, Irving, 74, 75
Badian, Ernst, 243
Bailey, David W., 63, 134, 192, 214
Bailey, Irving W., 102
Bailyn, Bernard, 86, 223, 348, 470, 485
Bainbridge, Kenneth, 98, 395
Baker, George, 193, 255, 256
Baker, John, 137
Bakke v. Regents of the University of California, 350
Baldwin, Roger, 158, 160, 167
Bales, Robert, 221
Ballmer, Steven, 402
Banfield, Edward, 226, 412
Baranek, Leo, 164
Barbour, Thomas, 101

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Prologue - Fete Accompli, 1936 3
  • Part I - The Meritocratic University 1933–1953 11
  • 1 - James Bryant Conant and the Meritocratic University 13
  • 2 - The College 32
  • 3 - “lesser Breeds” 47
  • 4 - The Faculty of Arts and Sciences 64
  • 5 - The Professional Schools 110
  • 6 - Managing Harvard 134
  • 7 - Harvard and the Real World 152
  • Part II - “an Engine of Power and Responsibility”: 1953–1971 171
  • 8 - Nathan Marsh Pusey and the Affluent University 173
  • 9 - Governing the Affluent University 189
  • 10 - The Ascendant Faculty 211
  • 11 - The Professional Schools 252
  • 12 - A Plurality of Minorities 276
  • 13 - The College 290
  • 14 - Crisis and Recovery 307
  • Part III - “a Buzzing Confusion”:1971–2000 339
  • 15 - Derek Curtis Bok and the Worldly University 341
  • 16 - Governing 359
  • 17 - The Faculty of Arts and Sciences 383
  • 18 - The Professional Schools 432
  • 19 - The College 464
  • Epilogue 481
  • A Note on the Notes 495
  • Notes 499
  • Acknowledgments 565
  • Index 567
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