Writing in the Academic Disciplines: A Curricular History

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INDEX
Academic.writing (online journal), 329
Accounting, 321
Adams, Henry, 76, 77, 80, 159, 228, 339n. 9
Adams, Herbert B., 86
Adams, Katherine H., xiii
Addams, Jane, 109, 152, 201
Adler, Mortimer J., 185, 190, 191, 192
Administrative progressives, 25, 166; contrasted with Deweyan progres- sives, 137; and the cooperation movement, 143-57; on correlated curriculum, 218, 220; definition of, 136; and essay examinations, 157, 165; on general education, 138- 40; victory of, 137; on writing in- struction, 140-43. See also Pro- gressive education
Agassiz, Louis, 93, 94
Agriculture, writing in, 9, 130, 181, 329
Ambron, Joanna, xiii
American Association of Higher Edu- cation, 329
American Business Communications Association (ABCA), 128
Americanization movement, 136, 152, 153-54
Antioch University, 224
Applebee, Arthur N., 13, 18, 269, 281
Aristotle, 57, 171, 173, 284
Arms, George, 91
Assessment of programs, 321. See also Examinations, objective type; Ex- aminations, written type
Association of Graduate Schools, 242
Aydelotte, Frank, 118-19, 125
Bagg, Lyman H., 39, 40
Baldwin, Charles Sears, 90
Baltimore Area WAC Coalition, xiv
Barnett, Robert W., 316
Barr, Stringfellow, 190, 195
Bazerman, Charles, 17, 294, 299
Beard, Charles A., 219, 229, 230
Beaver College, 284-86, 290, 369n. 25
Bell, Daniel, 189, 234, 254, 255-56
Bennington College, 225-26
Berlin, James A., 3, 62, 199, 207, 341n. 38, 342n. 40; quoted, 10-11, 32, 168, 260
Berman, Ronald, 276
Bestor, Arthur, 205
Biology, 95, 97, 216, 284, 300
Blair, Hugh, 10
Bledstein, Burton J., 21, 102, 233
Blumner, Jacob S., 316
Bobbin, Franklin, 139, 140, 142, 218- 19
Bossard, James H. S., 127-28

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