Rethinking the Curriculum: Toward An Integrated, Interdisciplinary College Education

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INDEX
Abraham, Ralph, 84
Accountability, 158
Activism, teaching of, 176-77
Administration, of interdisciplinary study, 233-34
Aggression, 166-67, 204-5; modification of, 195, 198
Agnelli, Giovanni, 112
Agriculture, 168, 188-89
Amherst College, 14
Arms race, 172, 199, 217-18
Art, 17-18
Assessment, of programs, 243-45, 250
Association for Integrative Studies, 257, 258-59
Assumptions, selection of, 43-45
Atlantic Monthly, 126
Augustine, Saint, 230
Axelrod, Robert, 97
Bartlett, Albert, 9
Beliefs, 19
Bellah, Robert, Habits of the Heart, 125-26
Beyond the Post-Modern Mind ( Smith), 129
Birks, John, 218
Bloom, Allan, 112-13; The Closing of the American Mind, 109-10
Bok, Derek, 231
Bonding, political, 70
Boulding, Kenneth, 55
Boyer, Ernest L., Quest for Common Learning, 16
Brain, global, 29
Brown University, 118-19
Brundtland, Gro, 168
Brundtland Commission report ( 1987), 174
Bugliarello, George, 4-5
Burton, John, 67
Bush, Vannevar, 118
Caldwell, Lynton K., 220
California State Polytechnic University ( Pomona), 10, 246-50
Capella, Martianus, The Marriage of Philology and Mercury, 229-30
Carnegie Foundation, 16
Carson, Rachel, Silent Spring, 217
Carter, Jimmy, 183
Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies (CEES), 101-2
Central Missouri State University, 10, 234-41
Change: acceleration of, 79; strategies for, 114-16; structures/procedures for, 116-17; university's role in, 108-9
Chaos ( Gleick), 84
Chaos theorist, 80, 81
Cheney, Lynne, 126, 127

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