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Page 71 - Resources for Language and Area Studies, A Report on an Inventory of the Language and Area Centers Supported by the National Defense Education Act of 1958, by Joseph Axelrod and Donald N.
Page 61 - Report of the Commission on the Humanities," sponsored by the American Council of Learned Societies, the Council of Graduate Schools in the United States, and the United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa.
Page 81 - A second objective is the preparation of students who will go on to graduate training in international studies. Dean Stephen Bailey of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, in his testimony before the committee quoted a recent report: The encouragement of non-Western studies in undergraduate colleges will not only serve to sustain and enliven the liberal arts but will also furnish help where it is likely to yield the highest returns. The quality of graduate education...
Page 11 - Until quite lately higher education in the United States of America has been almost completely under the sway of an illusion shared by nearly everybody of European descent since the Middle Ages — the illusion that the history of the world is the history of Europe and its cultural offshoots...
Page 204 - America and the Committee on International Exchange of Persons of the Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, with funds provided by the Ford Foundation.) Language Learning: A Journal of Applied Linguistics, June 1958.
Page 81 - ... study. A sizable minority have already responded to this challenge. Others seem anxious to do so. But, if progress is to continue, help is needed — for students, for faculty and for libraries — and it is needed now when the critical step has been taken and the will to go forward is strong.
Page 33 - Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 356 (November 1964), 12-22. Bigelow, Donald N. and Lyman H. Legters. NDEA Language and Area Centers: A Report on the First Five 'Years.
Page 68 - American undergraduate education, ie. all the world lying outside the United States and Western Europe, and particularly Africa. Asia, and Russia. To avoid the negative and limiting connotations of the term "non-Western, the program was given the resounding title of The Project for Extending the Study of Foreign Areas in Indiana Undergraduate Education.