Unity Out of Diversity: The Origins and Development of the University of Humberside

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A&C Black, Dec 1, 2000 - History - 234 pages
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This history of the University traces the formation of the College of Higher Education in 1976 from a number of diverse institutions, dating from 1861 onwards, its progress to the foundation of the University in the context of public policy and local authority frameworks. In this respect, the book is more than a history of an individual institution: it relates the development of higher education in Hull to local, regional and national patterns of provision.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 The Origins of Higher Education in Hull
17
Chapter 3 InterWar Provision in Hull
45
Chapter 4 Later Twentieth Century Provision 19441970
58
Chapter 5 The Reorganisation of Further and Higher Education in Hull 197276
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Chapter 6 The Establishment of Hull College of Higher Education 197682
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Chapter 7 Humberside College of Higher Education 198389
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Chapter 8 The Emergence of Humberside University 198995
156
References
207
Bibliography
210
Index
218
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Dom David Foster is a Benedictine monk of Downside Abbey and Chaplain of Downside School.

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