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Community College Humanities Review, v16 Dec 1995

This annual volume of the Community College Humanities Review (CCHR) presents a wide range of articles dealing with humanities--from Lloyd Kaplan's attempts to set the record straight (by presenting a more accurate appraisal and a truer perspective of Dave Brubeck's outstanding contribution to the course of jazz) to Walter Krieglstein's exploration of recent discoveries in basic science (by attempting to evaluate their potential as a stimulus for cross-fertilization between the sciences and the humanities). Contained are the following articles: (1) Comments at the National Conference of the Community College Humanities Association: Washington, D.C., November 9, 1995 (Sheldon Hackney); (2) Conform, Go Crazy or Take a Nap: Nourishing the Prophetic Vision (Mary Rose Reilley); (3) The Legacy of Dave Brubeck (Lloyd Kaplan); (4) Interdisciplinary Study: Towards the Millennium (Maryanne M. Garbowsky); (5) The Silencing Canon: Native American Texts and Literature Study (Mary Roseberry); (6) Life in the Iron Mills: Differing Responses to Moral Responsibility within the Community (Mary Ellen Byrne); (7) Can Chaos Theory Close the Gap between the Sciences and the Humanities? (Walter Krieglstein); and (8) 'There Are No Serbs': The Language of Genocide (Mark Grimes). (VWC)

Descriptors: Community Colleges, Educational Strategies, Humanities, Interdisciplinary Approach, Literature Reviews, Science and Society, Two Year Colleges

CCHA, Community College of Philadelphia, 1700 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130 ($5). Tel: 215-751-8850.

Author: Seabrook, John H., Ed.


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