2 edition of beginnings of Yale (1701-1726) found in the catalog.
beginnings of Yale (1701-1726)
by Yale University Press, H. Milford, Oxford University Press in New Haven, London
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Edwin Oviatt ; illustrated by Theodore Diedricksen, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||LD6335 .O8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 456 p. :|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||16022784|
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Here is a book that any translator will wish to peruse and discuss.”—John Taylor, Arts Fuse “The shape and sound of [Jullien’s] argument—recurrent, back-tracking, leaping ahead, inventively phrased, always urgent—becomes the book’s great pleasure and suggests Jullien’s own struggle.
The Book of Beginnings is ultimately an encouraging, lively, and aspirational narrative offering an illumination in virtually every sentence.”—Ron Slate, On the Seawall ISBN: Publication Date: A very informative book."―Journal of American History "Useful both for those primarily interested in Yale as an institution and for students of the history of higher education generally."―The Historian "A readable, accurate synthesis of Yale's internal history, fully comparable to the best single-volume treatments of other major Cited by: In this book an internationally renowned scientist presents a radically new theory of the origin of life on Earth 4 billion years ago.
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Imaginative and uninhibited, Beginning with O is the 72nd volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets This is a book of letting go, of wild avowals, of unabashed eroticism; at the same time it is a work of integral imagination, steeped in the light of Greek myth that is part of the poet’s heritage and imbued with an intuitive sense of dramatic conflicts and resolutions, high style, and.
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Yale: A Short History The Beginnings. Reverend John Davenport, /70; co-founder and Pastor of the Colony of New Haven: Reverend James Pierpont, /; Pastor of First Church, New Haven, It was the Reverend John Davenport, one of the founders of the Colony, who in the s first imagined a college for New Haven.
But. “This book represents the summation of [Vermes’s] thinking about the early history of Christianity. It is a challenging and engaging book that sets out to retrace the route by which a Jewish preacher in 1st-century Israel came to be declared as consubstantial and co-equal with the omnipotent, omniscient only God.”—Stuart Kelly, Scotsman.
Yale traces its beginnings to "An Act for Liberty to Erect a Collegiate School", passed by the General Court of the Colony of Connecticut on October 9,while meeting in New Haven.
The Act was an effort to create an institution to train ministers and lay leadership for Connecticut. The difference from today is the degree. My book is about the beginnings of globalization, how it started — not its full flowering.
One of the classic definitions of globalization is space/time compression; you can get on an airplane and fly across a great distance and be there in a very short time. Excerpt from The Beginnings of Yale, On these beginnings of Yale appears at the time of the two hundredth anniversary of this latter event.
That these easy-going pages may serve to give something at least of that new realization of how Yale's beginnings came about which the author came to have in writing them, is the cordial hope of Cited by: 1. It may come as surprise that when Yale University was founded on this day, Octoit was by Congregationalist ministers unhappy with the growing liberalism at wasn't called Yale then, of course, but rather the Collegiate School.
The ministers donated forty books and declared their objective, that "Youth may be instructed in the Arts and Sciences who through the.
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Originating in with the gift of several dozen books to a new "Collegiate School," the library's collection now contains approximately million volumes housed in fifteen university buildings and is the second-largest academic library in North America.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Oviatt, Edwin, Beginnings of Yale (). New Haven: Yale University Press ; London. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Oviatt, Edwin, Beginnings of Yale, New York, Arno Press, "This book is the welcome fruit of long study by a scholar of the first rank.
To be sure, scholars will profit from the book, but the real beneficiaries will be thoughtful readers who want to understand what the early Christian church was all about."—Rowan Greer, Professor Emeritus of Anglican Studies, Yale UniversityReviews: The beginnings of Yale () by Oviatt, Edwin, Publication date Topics Yale University Book from the collections of University of California Language English.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Includes bibliographical references. Beginnings I n the summer ofthe financier J. Pierpont Morgan (left) dined in New Haven with Yale’s president, Arthur Twining Hadley.
Perhaps Morgan was beginning to think of Yale as a suitable home for a future Babylonian Collection. As much history as sociology, this well written book covers such important events as Yale's Jewish quota, the advent of needs blind admissions, the recruitment of minority students and the arrival of women on Yale's campus in the early 's.
Of special interest is Soares' description of the economic model which drives the admission's s: 2. "This book-changed the course of my life-Spiritually speaking, had it not been for this book, my life would have been a spiritual shambles." from the forward by Kenneth Taylor.
Born into a wealthy American family, William Borden attended Princeton Seminary and graduated from s: The university traces its roots to the s, when colonial clergymen led an effort to establish a local college in the tradition of European liberal education.
In the Connecticut legislature adopted a charter “to erect a Collegiate School.” The school officially became Yale College inwhen it was renamed in honor of Welsh merchant Elihu Yale, who had donated the.