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1994

Education

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The Life Histories Of Ten Of The First Women To Attend The College Of William And Mary [1918-1930], Diane Marie Roy Jan 1994

The Life Histories Of Ten Of The First Women To Attend The College Of William And Mary [1918-1930], Diane Marie Roy

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Academic Freedom And The Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Experience, 1979-1989, James Benson Johnson Ii Jan 1994

Academic Freedom And The Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Experience, 1979-1989, James Benson Johnson Ii

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As fundamentalist-conservatives pressed their agenda in Southern Baptist Convention life, and, in particular, as they assumed a majority on the board of trustees of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina, the academic freedom of the Southeastern faculty became an issue. Concerns enunciated by Robert M. MacIver (1955) provide reference points in responding to the inquiry: "Was the academic freedom of the faculty violated at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary?" While a prologue and epilogue are offered, the study parameters of the Southeastern Seminary experience are 1979 to 1989. The study concludes that academic freedom was compromised in this ...


Part-Time Music Faculty In Selected Senior Institutions Of Higher Education In The Commonwealth Of Virginia, Thomas Ward Forrest Jan 1994

Part-Time Music Faculty In Selected Senior Institutions Of Higher Education In The Commonwealth Of Virginia, Thomas Ward Forrest

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The purpose of this study was to investigate part-time music faculty in higher education in Virginia. Part-timers are a significant part of music programs in Virginia where they make up fifty-three percent of the music faculty and outnumber the music full-timers. The results of this study suggest that perhaps the discipline of music may use more part-timers than any other discipline.;While the body of literature on part-timers in general is small, scholars such as Howard P. Tuckman, Judith M. Gappa and David W. Leslie have begun significant research and reporting. The literature on part-time music faculty, however, is virtually ...