|aThe liberal arts tradition :|ba documentary history /|c[collected and edited by] Bruce A. Kimball.
|aLanham, Md. :|bUniversity Press of America,|cc2010.
|aviii, 511 p. ;|c28 cm.
|aPublished in cooperation with the Association for Core Texts and Courses.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction. The disputed origins -- Section 1. Debates in antiquity -- Section 2. Late antiquity and middle ages : Christian appropriation, codification, and female imagery -- Section 3. In the modernus university, 1100s-1500 -- Section 4. The humanist and collegiate traditions, 1350-1600 -- Section 5. Humanist, scholastic, and sectarian strains in the colonial college -- Section 6. Intellectual and social challenges to the college, 1790s-1850s -- Section 7. Struggle between the university and the college, 1860s-1900s -- Section 8. Experimentation and search for coherence, 1910s-1930s -- Section 9. The "Emerging Curricular Blueprint" of the mid-twentieth century -- Section 10. Approaching the past in the new millennium.