« PrejšnjaNaprej »
VII. Bibliography on the Pedagogy of this Subject as Far as It Ap
plies to College Teaching. The aim of the bibliography should be to give worth-while contributions that present elaborations of what is here presented or points of view and modes of procedure that differ from those here set forth.
PAUL KLAPPER The College of the City of New York
By NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, Ph.D., LL.D.
By STEPHEN PIERCE DUGGAN, Ph.D. Professor of
Author of A Student's History of Education
By SIDNEY E. MEZES, Ph.D., LL.D. President of
Ethics, Descriptive and Explanatory
By HARVEY B. LEMON, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
of Physics, University of Chicago
Board. Author of various contributions to standard
By HENRY W. Elson, A.M., Litt.D. President of
of Committee on Instruction, Political Science Asso-
By HERMAN H. HORNE, Ph.D. (Harvard). Pro-
By FREDERICK E. Bolton, Ph.D. Dean of the Col.
to Know Him, etc.
By William A. Nitze, Ph.D. Professor and Head
By EDWARD DICKINSON, Litt.D. Professor of His-
tory and Criticism of Music, Oberlin College. Au-
thor of Music in the History of the Western
Church, The Study of the History of Music, The
Education of a Music Lover, Music and the Higher