ERIC Number: ED304186
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Community College Humanities Review, Number 9, 1988.
Askins, William R., Ed.; Dunlap, Elizabeth D., Ed.
Community College Humanities Review, n9 1988
Designed as a forum for the exchange of ideas on significant issues in the humanities, this journal presents articles written by two-year-college-instructors in the humanistic disciplines. The 1988 annual issue includes the following: (1) "Internationalizing the College Curriculum: Incorporating a Spanish American Perspective in the Teaching of English and Spanish," by Carmen Maldonado Decker; (2) "Old Premises and Old Promises: Contemporary Critical Theory and Teaching at the Two-Year College," by Norman P. Will; (3) "Mimesis, Metaphor, and Morality: A Commentary on the Gardner-Gass Debate," by Diane S. Ganz; (4) "On the Road: Literary Traveling as an Addition to the Community College Humanities Curriculum," by Jeffrey M. Laing; (5) "Modern China: An Oxymoron," by Elnora Rigik, Eugene Slaski, and Margaret D. Williams; (6) "Learning to Be Human: Confucian Resources for Rethinking General Education," by Fran Conroy; (7) "Philosophy Comes Down to Earth: Critical Thinking and California's Community Colleges," by Joel Rudinow; (8) "Critical Thinking in the Guise of Philosophy: A Threat to the Humanities," a reply to Rudinow by Philip A. Pecorino; (9) "Painful, Necessary Reminders," a review of Cohen and Brawer's "The Collegiate Function of Community Colleges," by Melissa Sue Kort; (10) "Academic Freedom in a Community College: A Textbook Case of Censorship," by Jim Perry; (11) "The Community College Scholar/Teacher Revisited," by Myrna Goldenberg and F. David Kievitt; and (12) "Sigismondo Malatesta and His Tempio," by Nancy Womack. (AAC)
Descriptors: Academic Education, Academic Freedom, Censorship, College Curriculum, Community Colleges, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Enrichment, General Education, Humanities, Humanities Instruction, Literature, Philosophy, Second Language Instruction, Two Year Colleges
Community College Humanities Association, c/o Community College of Philadelphia, 1700 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, PA 19130 ($7.50 per copy).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: Community Coll. Humanities Association.