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by John D. Hargreaves

eBook Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University, 1860-1970 (Quincentennial Studies in the History of the University of Aberdeen) epub
  • ISBN: 1857522206
  • Author: John D. Hargreaves
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Aberdeen University Library (September 15, 1994)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • ePUB size: 1660 kb
  • FB2 size 1510 kb
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Hargreaves John (e., Aberdeen University 1945-1981: Regional Roles and National Needs (AUP, 1989). Hargreaves, John, Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University 1860-1970 (AUP, 1994)

Hargreaves John (e. Hargreaves, John, Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University 1860-1970 (AUP, 1994). Hutchison, I. G. The University and the State: The Case of Aberdeen 1860-1963 (AUP, 1993). Moore, Lindy, Bajanellas and Semilinas: Aberdeen University and the Education of Women 1860-1920 (AUP, 1991). Pennington, Carolyn, The Modernisation of Medical Teaching at Aberdeen in the Nineteenth Century (AUP, 1994).

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some overseas connections of Aberdeen University, 1860-1970. Quincentennial studies in the history of the University of Aberdeen. by Hargreaves, John D. Published 1994 by Aberdeen University Press in Aberdeen.

The University of Aberdeen is one of the select band of European .

The University of Aberdeen is one of the select band of European universities which can trace a continuous history for 500 years, since its foundation on February 10th 1495. Hargreaves' Academe and Empire (1994) studies the overseas connections of Aberdeen University and their influence both on the university and on the countries to which its graduates went, in a depth not attempted for any other university except Oxford.

John D. Hargreaves, Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University, 1860-1970. May 1995 · Northern Scotland. The creation of Black Studies as an academic field has challenged old conceptual models within the American academe, and opened new possiblities for scholars outside of the United States. This paper looks at the migration of scholars between the three continents of Africa, Europe and the Americas, with a focus on scholars trained in in the social sciences in France or a former French colony. Specific attention is put on colonial relations of domination and how they are translated in the academic setting.

Hargreaves, J. D. (1994) Academe and empire: some overseas connections of Aberdeen University 1860–1970, Quincentennial Studies in the History of the University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen. Honda, T. (1996) ‘Indian Civil Servants, 1892–1937: an age of transition’, D. Phil, thesis, University of Oxford. Keith, A. B. (e. (1922) Speeches and documents on Indian policy 1750–1921 (2 vols. Kiernan, V. (1995) The lords of human kind: European attitudes to other cultures in the imperial age (reprint of 1969 ed. with a new preface), London. Hargreaves, Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University, 1860–1970 (Aberdeen University Press, 1994), pp. 5–32, 114–17. 13. R. Anderson, Universities and Elites in Britain Since 1800 (Macmillan Press for the Economic History Society, 1992), pp. 12–28. 14. Asa Briggs, ‘The Development of Higher Education in the United Kingdom: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries’, in W. Niblett (e., Higher Education: Demand and Response (Tavistock Publications, 1969), pp. 95–116.

Quincentennial Studies in the history of the University of Aberdeen. Published for the University of Aberdeen by Aberdeen University Press more

Quincentennial Studies in the history of the University of Aberdeen. Published for the University of Aberdeen by Aberdeen University Press more. Published for the University of Aberdeen by Aberdeen University Press

John Desmond Hargreaves (b 1924) graduated from Manchester University (MA, 1948) and was awarded an honorary D Litt by the University of Sierra Leone in 1984.

John Desmond Hargreaves (b 1924) graduated from Manchester University (MA, 1948) and was awarded an honorary D Litt by the University of Sierra Leone in 1984. He came to Aberdeen University in 1954 as lecturer in the department of history, and was subsequently appointed Professor of history, 1962 - 1984 and honorary professor of history, 1985 - 1999.

Willy Maley, professor of Renaissance studies, University of Glasgow, is reading John D. Hargreaves' Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University, 1860-1970 (Aberdeen University Press, 1994)

Willy Maley, professor of Renaissance studies, University of Glasgow, is reading John D. Hargreaves' Academe and Empire: Some Overseas Connections of Aberdeen University, 1860-1970 (Aberdeen University Press, 1994). For Hargreaves, a 'colonial university' is one paying 'greater attention to its standing in the eyes of foreigners than to the relevance of its activities to the needs of its own country'.

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