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1 of 3 Parts: “Parker, Franklin, 1921- Curriculum Vitae (Life Work): Graduate of, University Positions Held, Subjects Taught, Honors Awarded, Research Done, Published Books, Chapters in Books, Journal Articles, Book Reviews.”

By Franklin Parker, With Betty J. Parker, P.O. Box 406, Pleasant Hill, TN 38578. E mail: bfparker@frontiernet.net

    VITAE PREFACE

: Authors’ heartfelt thanks to the many helping hands without whom our academic careers and this Curriculum Vitae would not have happened.

    Franklin Parker, 1921-, Graduate of

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Berea College, KY., B.A., 1949. University. of Illinois, Urbana, M.S. in L.S., 1950. Peabody College of Vanderbilt university, ED.D., 1956 (then named George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, TN., which merged with adjacent Vanderbilt Univ. July 1, 1779).

    ADDITIONAL STUDY

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1-1954: Institute of Education, University of London, England.
2-1957-58: Institute of Education, University College of Zimbabwe, South Central Africa.
3-1961-62: Institute of Social Research, University of Zambia, South Central Africa.
4-July 1975: Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University, England.
5-July 1976: International Summer School. Institute of Education, University of London, England.
6-July-Aug. 1980: Tel Aviv University, Israel.

    SUBJECTS TAUGHT

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1-History and Philosophy of Education. 2-Comparative and International Education.
3-Multicultural Education (in USA and in other countries).

    COLLEGE/ UNIVERSITY POSITIONS HELD

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1-1950-52: Head Librarian, Ferrum College, Ferrum (40 miles from Roanoke), VA.
2-1952-54: Head Librarian, Belmont University. Library, Nashville, TN.
3-l955-56: Circulation Librarian, George Peabody College for Teachers Library, Part of Joint University Library, Nashville, (serving adjoining Vanderbilt University, Peabody College for Teachers, and Scarritt College for Christian Workers).
4-1956-57: Associate Professor of Education, SUNY, New Paltz.
5-1957-64: Associate Professor of Education, University of Texas, Austin.
6-1964-68: Professor of Education, University of Oklahoma, Norman.
7-1968-86: Claude Worthington Benedum Professor of Education, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown (Emeritus since 1986).
8-1986-89: Distinguished Visiting Professor, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.
9-1989-94: Distinguished Visiting Professor, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee (50 miles from Asheville, NC).

    SUMMER TEACHING

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1-1958: SUNY, New Paltz, NY.
2-1969: University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
3-1970: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
4-1971: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.
5-1971, ’72, ’73: University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
6-1973: Central State University, Edmond, OK.
7-1974: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Grand Falls, Canada.

    EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBER

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1-Journal of Thought, published at Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg, MO, 1965-69; moved to College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1969-70; and moved to University of Arkansas, 1970-80.
2-West Virginia University Magazine, Morgantown, 1970-77.
3-Western Carolina University Journal of Education, Cullowhee, NC, 1969-76.
4-Associate Education Editor, USA Today (formerly Intellect, formerly School & Society); published by Society for the Advancement of Education, New York, NY, 1974-c.1995.
5-CORE (Collected Original Resources in Education), Carfax Publishing Co., Abingdon, England, 1978-c.1995
6-Journal of Educational Philosophy and History, Wayne Willis, Editor, Morehead State Univ., KY, 1993-94.

    BETTY JUNE PARKER, Co-Researcher, Co-Writer

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Franklin and Betty Parker met at Berea College, KY, 1946, were married in 1950, with Betty earning the Berea B.A. degree, 1950, and the M.A. degree from George Peabody College for Teachers [Peabody College of Vanderbilt University since 1979], 1956. She taught high school and college English, reading, and social studies; was secretary to two college presidents; served on regional and local executive boards of the American Friends Service Committee, League of Women Voters, and United Methodist Women. The Parkers have done overseas research on and written about education in Africa, China, England, Eastern Europe (including the USSR), and Western Europe. They frequently give joint dialog lectures.

    HONORS:

1-1957-58: Kappa Delta Pi Fellowship in International Education (research in Rhodesia [now Zimbabwe], Africa).
2-1960: Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society president.
3-1963-64: History of Education Society national president.
4-1961-62: Senior Fulbright Research Scholar (south central Africa).
5-1963-64: Comparative and International Education Society national vice president.
6-1965-68: Comparative and International Education Society national secretary.
7-1968-86 (and Emeritus since 1986): Claude Worthington Benedum Professor of Education, West Virginia University, Morgantown.
8-1970: Distinguished Alumnus Awards from George Peabody College for Teachers [of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN].
9-1989: Distinguished Alumnus Award from Berea College, KY.
10-Oct. 5, 2012, Elected to West Virginia University’s Human Resources and Education Hall of Fame.

    WHO’s WHO LISTINGS

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1-Who’s Who in America, 47th through 53rd editions.
2-Who’s Who in American Education, 4th edition, 1993-94.
3-Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 25th edition, 1997-98.
4-Who’s Who in the West, 22nd edition, 1988-89.
5-Directory of American Scholars, 5th-7th editions. Vol 1 History, 1969-78.
6-International Who’s Who, 1990-91 through 1996-97.
7-International Authors and Writers Who’s Who, 15th edition, 1997-98.
8-Writers Directory 10th edition , 1992-94, p. 755; 3rd-4th editions, 1976-82.
9-Dictionary of International Biography, 5th-11th editions, 1968-74.
10-Who’s Who in the World, 2nd edition, 1974-75.
11-Leaders in Education, 4th-5th editions, 1971-74.
12-Who’s Who in Library Service, 3rd edition, 1955.
13-Social Scientists Specializing in African Studies, 1970.
14-National Register of Educational Researchers, 1966.
15-Dictionary of International Biography, Vol. 8, 1972, p. 1004.
16-International Who’s Who in Community Service, 1974.
17-Who’s Who in Entertainment, 3rd edition, 1998-99.
18-Directory of Educational Specialists, 1972-73.
19-Directory of American Philosophers, 4th edition, 1968-69.
20-Contemporary Authors, 33-36th editions, 1973, 1st revision 1978, new revision series Vol. 7, 1982; Vol. 22, 1988, pp. 355-357.

    INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL (and Taught Abroad):

1-1954: Sept.-Dec.): England and Scotland manuscript research for dissertation and book, Franklin Parker, George Peabody: A Biography (Vanderbilt University Press, 1971, reviews 1995.
2-1957-58: International Fellow at University College, Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Central Africa; visited Zambia, Malawi, Republic of South Africa.
3-1961-62: Senior Fulbright Research Scholar at Rhodes-Livingstone Institute of University of Zambia; visited Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Republic of South Africa, and England.
4-Aug. 1966: Studied adult education in Finland and West Germany; visited Belgium, The Netherlands, and England.
5-Aug. 1967: Studied adult education in Belgium and West Germany; visited Luxembourg and England.
6-May-June 1969: Lectured at Twente Technological Institute, The Netherlands; attended International Comparative Education Societies meeting in Prague, Czechoslovakia; visited Belgium and England.
7-July-Aug. 1969: Taught at University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
8-July-Aug. 1970: Taught at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
9-July 1971: Taught at University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
10-Nov. 1971: Participant in Phi Delta Kappa Eastern European Comparative Education Seminar: Hungary, Romania, Russia, and Poland.
11-March 1972: Gave conference keynote address on “Educational Strategies for Accelerating Development in Southern Africa,” at University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa; visited Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Lesotho, and Swaziland.
12-July 1972: Taught at University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
13-Nov. 1972: Co-directed with Dr. Gerald H. Read: Phi Delta Kappa Seminar in East Africa: Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania.
14-July 1973: Taught at University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
15-Dec. 1973: Research on comparative education at the University of London, England.
16-March 974: Participant in Phi Delta Kappa’s first seminar in People’s Republic of China.
17-July-Aug. 1974: Taught at the University of Newfoundland, Canada.
18-Dec. 1974: Research on comparative education at the University of London, England, libraries.
19-July 1975: Participant, “British Schools and Society” course, Caius College, Cambridge University, England.
20-July 1976: Participant, “Education in England” course, Institute of Education, University of London, England.
21-May-June 1977: Lectured at the University of Madrid Institute of Education and the University of Oviedo Institute of Education, Spain. Studied schools in Surrey County, England.
22-July 1978: Participant in Adult Education Seminar, People’s Republic of China.
23-Aug. 1978: Lectured at the United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan.
24-July 6-Aug. 8, 1980: Participant, Fourth Middle East Studies Seminar, sponsored by Israeli Teachers Association, American Federation of Teachers, and National Committee for Middle East Studies, Israel; also visited England.
25-March 3-10, 1984: London, England.
26-March 4-11, 1985: London, England.
27-Dec. 19, 1986-Jan. 4,1987: Phi Delta Kappa Education Seminar: Peking, Shanghai, Guilin, Canton; Hong Kong; Tokyo, Japan.

    CRITICAL TEXTBOOK READER FOR PUBLISHERS:

Foundations of Education (Historical, Philosophical, Social, Economic, Political, and Psychological): books and chapters for 1-Macmillan, 2-Merrill, 3-Teachers College Press, 4-University Press of Kentucky, 5-St. Martin’s Press, 6-William C. Brown.

    PUBLISHED WRITINGS: PHI DELTA KAPPA FASTBACKS, published in Bloomington, IN.

1-No. 63, Battle of the Books: Kanawha County, 1975.
2-No. 89, What Can We Learn from the Schools of China?, 1977.
3-No. 122, British Schools and Ours, 1979.

    MAJOR WRITINGS ON GEORGE PEABODY (1795-1869): Merchant, Banker, Educational Philanthropist (was doctoral dissertation topic, 1953-56)

1-George Peabody (1795-1869), Founder of Modern Philanthropy. Nashville, TN: George Peabody College for Teachers [of Vanderbilt University after July 1, 1979], 1956. (Library of Congress HV28. P4P3. 55-2347).

2- “George Peabody, Founder of Modern Philanthropy,” Ed.D. Dissertation, George Peabody College for Teachers [Peabody College of Vanderbilt University Library after July 1, 1979] Nashville, TN 37203-5721, 1956, 3 vols, 1219 pp.
Microfilm/hard copy from University Microfilms, phone 1-800-521-0600 or 313-761-4700, FAX 313-973-1540; request Doctoral Dissertation No. 19,758. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts, XVII, No. 8 (August 1957), pp. 1701-1702. Bob Hiatt of Library of Congress lists following 26 holding libraries: 1-Columbia University Library, NYC 10027. 2-Cornell University Library Ithaca, NY 14853-0001 3-Duke University Library, Durham, NC 27708-0586. 4-Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Md. 5-Florada State University Library, Tallahassee 32306. 6-Harvard University Library, Cambridge, MA 02138. 7-Library of Congress Washington, DC 20540. 8-New York Public Library, NYC ZIP. 9-New York University Library, NYC 10012-1019. 10-Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Ill. 60208. 11-Pennsylvania State University Library, University Park, Penn. 16802-1503. 12-Pierpont Morgan Library, NYC ZIP. 13-Reading Public Library, ZIP. 14-Stanford University Library, Palo Alto, CA 94305-991. 15-State Historical Society of Wisconsin Library, City, WI ZIP. 16-State University of New York at Buffalo Library, Buffalo, NY 14260. 17-Syracuse University Library, Syracuse, NY 13210. 18-University of North Texas Library, Denton, TX 76203-6737. 19-University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Library, Fayetteville, AR ,72701-1201. 20-University of California Library, Berkeley, CA. 94720. 21-University of Mississippi Library, University, MS. 38677. 22-University of Pennsylvania Library, Philadelphia, PA. 19104. 23-University of Southern California Library, Los Angeles, CA. 90089. 24-University of Tennessee Library, Knoxville, TN. 37996. 25-University of Texas at Austin Library, Austin, TX. 78712. 26-Yale University Library, New Haven, CT. 06520. Abridged 616 pp. version filed as A755 in the University of Witwatersrand Library Archives, Johannesburg, South Africa.

3-“Legacy of George Peabody: Special Bicentenary Issue” [reprint of 21 articles], Peabody Journal of Education, LXX, No. l (Fall 1994), 210 pp, was sold by Peabody Journal of Education, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, 113 Payne Hall, Post Office Box 41, Nashville, TN 37203, Phone: (615) 322-8963.

4-George Peabody, A Biography, Vanderbilt University Press, February 1995 revision, 278 pp., of 197l edn. (1971 edition is reprinted in CORE (Collected Original Resources in Education, IX, 3 (November, 1985), Fiche 7 D10; 197l edn. was also sold by Books on Demand, University Microfilms, 300 N. Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1346 [request LC79-15,7741, O-8357-3261-4,2039482]. Recorded in 2 audio cassettes, read by narrator Bruce Bortz at the Maryland State Library, held by the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Book Number Md-PH (MDC334), less Chap. 25 ‘GP’s Legacy’; ‘An Essay on Sources’; ‘Sources of Extant Portraits, Photographs, and Illustrations’; and Index.

5-(With Betty J. Parker). “George Peabody (1795-1869) A-Z: People, Places, Events, and Institutions Connected with the Massachusetts-born Merchant, London Banker, and Educational Philanthropist.” CORE (Collected Original Resources in Education) , XXIV, No. 3 (Oct. 1999), Fiche.

6-“George Peabody (1795-1869), Merchant, Banker, Creator of the Peabody Education Fund, and a Founder of Modern Philanthropy,” Notable American Philanthropists, Robert Thornton Grimm, Jr., ed. Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Press and Onyx Press, 2002.

7-(With Betty J. Parker). “George Peabody (1795-1869), Philanthropy in America: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia, ed. By Dwight Burlingame (ABC Clio, 2004), pp. 370-371.

    Note

: See under Articles below for listing of over 20 published George Peabody articles.

    Note:

See under Blogs below for many George Peabody articles in blog form.

    BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS:

1-(With Betty June Parker), Education in England and Wales: Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing, 1991; reprinted in Resources in Education, XXVII, No. 3 (March, 1992), p. 155 (ERIC ED 338 514).
*Note: to purchase ERIC ED numbered articles (Education Resources Information Center) access: http://www.eric.ed.gov/

2-Education in the People’s Republic of China; Past and Present: Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing, 1986; reprinted in Resources in Education, XXII, No. 4 (April, 1987), p. 139 (ERIC ED 276 665).

3-U.S. Higher Education; A Guide to Information Sources. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1980.

4-Women’s Education–A World View, Vol. 1, Annotated Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979.

5-Women’s Education–A World View, Vol. 2, Annotated Bibliography of Books and Reports. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981.

6-With Richard A. Hartnett, Graduate Research in Education at West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV: College of Human Resources and Education, West Virginia University, 1976.

7-Education in Puerto Rico and of Puerto Ricans in the U.S.A.: Abstracts of American Doctoral Dissertations [Vol. 1] . Rio Piedras, PR: Inter American University Press of Puerto Rico, 1978.

8-African Development and Education in Southern Rhodesia. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1960. Reprinted Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1971.

9-Philanthropic Foundations: A Research Report and Partially Annotated Bibliography. Norman, OK: privately multilithed, 1964 (Library of Congress HV97. P45P3. A65-7217).

10-(With Jack Allen and Adelene E. Howland) Africa South of the Sahara: Teachers Edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1965.

11-African Education: A Bibliography of 121 U.S.A. Doctoral Dissertations. Washington, DC: World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession, 1965.

12-The Peace Corps Bibliography: March 1961-March 1965. Washington, DC: Division of Public Information, Peace Corps, 1965.

13-(With Anne Bailey and William K. Ogilvie) The Junior and Community College: A Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations 1918-1963. Washington, DC: American Association of Junior Colleges, 1965.

14-History of Education, Philosophy of Education, and Comparative Education; An Annotated Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations Accepted at the University of Oklahoma, 1932-1964. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1964.

15-Latin American Education Research: An Annotated Bibliography of 269 United States Doctoral Dissertations. Austin, TX: Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas, 1964.

    Wrote FOREWORD IN BOOKS:

1-“Foreword,” Chu, Don-Chean, Chairman Mao: Education of the Proletariat. New York: Philosophical Library, 1980, pp. v-vi.

2-“Foreword,” Chalker, Donald M., and Richard M. Haynes, World Class Schools: New Standards for Education. Lancaster, PA: Technomic Publishing, 1994.

3-“Foreword,” Skippings, Dorothy, So I Went: Journeys in Pursuit of Education. Stokesby, England: High House Press, 1995, pp. 9-11.

    American Dissertations on Foreign Education, A Bibliography with Abstracts, 20 Volumes Series

(All with Betty June Parker), 20 Volumes. Troy, NY: Whitston Publishing Co., 1971-90. Vol. 1-Canada, 1971; Vol. 2-India, 1972; Vol. 3-Japan, 1972; Vol. 4-Africa, 1973; Vol. 5-Scandinavia, 1974; Vol. 6-China, 1975; Vol. 7-Korea, 1976; Vol. 8-Mexico, 1976; Vol. 9-South America, 1977; Vol. 10-Central America, 1979; Vol. 11-Pakistan and Bangladesh, 1979; Vol. 12-Iran and Iraq, 1980; Vol. 13-Israel, 1980; Vol. 14-Middle East, 1981; Vol. 15-Thailand, 1983; Vol. 16-Asia, 1985; Vol. 17-Pacific, 1986; Vol. 18-Philippines, 1987; Vol. 19-Australia and New Zealand, 1988; Vol. 20-Britain, 1990 [abstract in Resources in Education, XXVIII, No. 3 (March, 1993), p. 150, with microfilm and/or printed copies sold as ERIC ED 351277 by accessing http://www.eric.ed.gov

    ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES (Since 1977, in reverse chronological order):

Encyclopedia of Philanthropists in the United States (Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Press and Onyx Press, 2002). “George Peabody (1795-1869).

i (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1999). Six biographies:
1-Leo Loeb (1869-1959),
2-Robert Michels (1876-1936),
3-Elsie Ripley Clapp (1879-1965),
4-William H.E. Johnson (1907-1985),
5-Maxwell Lewis Rafferty, Jr. (1917-82), and
6-William Heard Kilpatrick (1871-1965). (With Betty J. Parker),”
Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture. Carroll Van West, et al., Eds. (Nashville: University of Tennessee Press, 1998).
1-“George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, pp, 359-360; and URL: http://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/http://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/imagegallery.php?EntryID=G012
2-“Peabody Education Fund in Tennessee,” pp. 725-726; and URL: http://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/imagegallery.php?EntryID=P013
3-“Wharton, May Cravath (1873-1959), pp. 1050-1051; and URL: http://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/imagegallery.php?EntryID=W047

Academic American Encyclopedia, 1992: Malawi, XIII, pp. 80-82; Republic of Maldives, XIII, pp. 86-87; Sudan, Vol. XVIII, pp. 320-322.
Academic American Encyclopedia, 1986: Ivory Coast, XI , pp. 335-36; Mauritania, XIII, pp. 235-37; Western Sahara, XX, p. 116.
Encyclopedia of Education, 1971. Congo (Brazzaville), II, pp. 419-420; Rhodesia, VII, pp. 554-555; Zambia, IX, pp. 630-632.
McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Biography, 1973. 1-Hastings K. Banda (I, pp. 372-373), 2-Kenneth D. Kaunda (VI, pp. 140-141), 3-Claude G. Levi-Strauss (VI, pp. 462-463), 4-Georg Friedrich List (VI, p. 517), 5-Kaspar B Malinowski (VII, pp. 117-118), 6-Karl Mannheim (VII, pp. 147-148), 7-Robert Michels (VII, pp. 397-398), 8-Jean Piaget (VIII, pp. 428-429), 9-Gustav Friedrich von Schmoller (IX, pp. 451-452), 10-Georg Simmel (X, p. 69), 11-Ian D. Smith (X, pp. 102-103), 12-Alexis de Tocqueville (X, 467-468), 13-Roy Welensky (XI, pp. 303-304).
Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 3 biographies: 1-Leo Loeb (VIII, 1973, pp. 447-448), 2-Raymond Pearl (X, 1974, pp. 444-445), and 3-Almroth E. Wright (IX, 1976, s.
Dictionary of American Biography Supplement Five (1951-55), 1977. 3 biographies: 1-Anita McCormick Blaine, 2-Harry Woodburn Chase, and 3-Bessie Locke.

ENCYCLOPEDIA YEARBOOKS AND ANNUALS:
1-“Africa” and 9 African countries, Encyclopedia Americana Annual, each
2-“Education USA/International,” Encyclopedia Americana Annual, each year, 1977 through 1989.
3-“Belgium” and 7 African countries, Colliers Encyclopedia Yearbook, each year, 1965 through 1972.
4-“Belgium” and 7 African countries, Compton Yearbook, each year, 1965 through 1966.
5-“Rhodesia,” Reader’s Digest Almanac and Yearbook, 1968.
6-“Education (various titles),” Reader’s Digest Almanac and Yearbook, each year, 1968 through 1971 and 1973.
7-Obituaries in Encyclopedia Americana Annual: “Piaget, Jean,” 1981, p. 412; “Fuller, Richard Buckminster,” 1984, p. 392.
8-Articles in Americana Annual on “Bennett, William J.,” 1986, pp. 131-132 and “Textbooks Under Criticism,” 1988, pp. 214-215.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS (Total 66, since 1956):
1. “A Tribute to Jesse H. Jones,” Jesse Holman Jones, Distinguished American Citizen. Nashville, TN: George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University, 1956, p. 12.
2. “Abraham Flexner, Idealist,” Proceedings of the Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, X and XI (1959-60), pp. 16-27.
3. “The Social Reconstructionists in American Education: A Case Study of Harold Ordway Rugg (1986-1960),” Proceedings of the Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, X and XI (1959-60), pp. 110-131.
4. “Education in the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland,” Chapter XII, African Education South of the Sahara.
5. “Chicago in the 1890’s,” John Dewey: Master Educator, Second Edition, edited by William W. Brickman and Stanley Lehrer. New York: Society for the Advancement of Education, Inc., 1961; paperback reprint, New York: Atherton Press, 1966, pp. 25-30.
6. “Government Entry into Multitribal Education in Northern Rhodesia,” The Multitribal Society, edited by A. A. Dubb. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference of the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute for Social Research, held at the Oppenheimer College for Social Service, Lusaka, February. 1962 Lusaka, Zambia: Rhodes-Livingstone Institute for Social Research, 1962, pp. 83-96, Mimeographed.
7. “African Education Plans, Northern Rhodesia, 1961-1968.” Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, November 1-3, 1962, Volume XIII. Edited by Franklin Parker. Austin, TX: 1962, pp. 17-25.
8. “Sport, Play, and Physical Education in Cultural Perspective,” National College Physical Education Association for Men, 67th Proceedings, Annual Meeting, January 8-11, 1964, Dallas, Texas. Washington, DC: American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, 1964, pp. 78-81.
9. “Government Policy and International Education: A Selected and Partially Annotated Bibliography,” Government Policy and International Education, edited by Stewart Fraser. New York: John Wiley Sons, Inc., 1965, pp. 295-373.
10. “Early Church-State Relations in African Education in Rhodesia and Zambia,” Church and State in Education. The World Yearbook of Education, 1966. New York: Harcourt Brace World, 1966; London: Evans Brothers, 1966, pp. 200-216.
11. “Africa South of the Sahara,” Nations Around the Globe (Teachers Edition) , edited by Jack Allen and Adelene E. Howland. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1966; school edition: Nations of Other Lands, pp. 1-60.
12. “The Rise of the Academic Right in American Education,” Proceeding of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, XVII (March, 1967), pp. 101-112.
13. “Zambia: Education and National Development,” Strategies for Curriculum Change: Cases from Thirteen Nations, edited by R. Murray Thomas, et al. Scranton, PA: International Textbook Company, 1968, pp. 228-250.
14. “Salvaging School Failures: The Job Corps Acts,” Understanding the American Public High School, edited by Samuel M. Holton. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1969, pp. 96-107.
15. “Discernments Concerning United States Educational Aid to African Nations,” International Education: Understandings and Misunderstandings, edited by Stewart E. Fraser. Nashville, TN: International Center, George Peabody College for Teachers, 1969, pp. 41-52.
16. “Sport, Play and Physical Education in Cultural Perspective,” Dimensions of Physical Education, edited by Charles A. Bucher and Myra Goldman. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby Company, 1969, pp. 119-122; Education Physique et Kinanthropologie; Recueil de Textes Choisis, compiles par Roch Meynard (Universite Laval, Canada). New York: Selected Academic Readings, Simon Schuster, 1970, pp. 35-37.
17. “African Education in Rhodesia,” Education in Southern Africa. Edited by Brian Rose. London, England: Collier-Macmillan, Ltd., 1970, pp. 222-248.
18. “Student Unrest Reaches the Secondary Schools,” Readings for Secondary Education 305, edited by Robert C. Waltmire. Mt. Pleasant, MI: Central Michigan University Press, 1970, pp. 201-202.
19. “Teaching Multicultural Awareness and International Understanding: A Comparative Approach,” Curriculum for Man in an International World; Contributions to the 1970 International Education Year Conference Held at Kansas State University, October 14-16, 1970, edited by Raymond J. Agan and Joseph Hajda. Manhattan, KS: Kansas State University, 1971, pp. 53-70.
20. “Play and Education,” Administrative Dimensions of Health and Physical Education Programs, Including Athletics, edited by Charles A. Bucher assisted by Linda M. Joseph. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby Company, 1971, pp. 17-20.
21. “Educational Problems in Developing Areas: With Zambia (Africa) and Appalachia (USA) as Examples,” Proceedings of the First World Congress of Comparative Education Societies on the Role and Rationale for Educational Aid to Developing Countries during International Education Year, Ottawa, Canada, August, 1970. Ottawa, Canada: University of Ottawa, 1971, pp. 104-112.
22. “Historical Perspective on Negro Deprivation, Protest, and Segregated Education,” Education and the Many Faces of the Disadvantaged, edited by William W. Brickman and Stanley Lehrer. New York: John Wiley Sons, 1972, pp. 65-73.
23. “Appalachia: Education in a Depressed Area,” Education and the Many Faces of the Disadvantaged, edited by William W. Brickman and Stanley Lehrer. New York: John Wiley Sons, 1972, pp. 211-225.
24. “Under His Own Command: The Careers of Harold R. W. Benjamin and a Bibliography,” The Saber-Tooth Curriculum, Memorial Edition, by J. Abner Peddiwell (Harold R. W. Benjamin, 1893-1969). New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1972, pp. 181-197.
25. “Sport, Play, and Physical Education in Cultural Perspective,” Dimensons of Physical Education, 2nd edition, edited by Charles A. Bucher. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby Company, 1974, pp. 39-42.
26. “Freedom vs. Authority: Background for the Great Debates in American Education,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XXIV. Edited by Mario A. Benitez. Kingsville and Laredo, TX: Texas Universities at Kingsville and Laredo, 1974, pp. 53-59.
27. “Educational Strategies for Accelerating Development in Southern Africa,” Accelerated Development in Southern Africa, edited by John Barratt, et al. London, England: Macmillan, 1974, pp. 402-413; and Education for Development in Southern Africa, edited by David Hirschmann and Brian Rose. Braamfontein, South Africa: South African Institute of International Affairs, 1974, pp. 2-12.
28. (With W.N. Kgware), “Report of the Education Workshop,” Accelerated Development in Southern Africa, edited by John Barratt, et al. London, England: Macmillan, 1974, pp. 414-416.
29. “What’s Right with American Education,” Myth and Reality: A Reader in Education, 2nd Edition, edited by Glenn Smith and Charles R. Kniker. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1975, pp. 29-36.
30. “Women’s Education: Historical and International View,” Six Questions; Controversy and Conflict in Education, edited by J. A. Johnston. Sydney: John Wiley Sons Australasia Pty Ltd, 1975, pp. 251-255.
31. “Schools of the People’s Republic of China,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XXV. Edited by Chipman G. Stuart. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1975, pp. 162-168.
32. “XVI. Foreign Influences on American Education,” A Bibliography of American Educational History; An Annotated and Classified Guide, edited by Francesco Cordasco and William W. Brickman. New York: AMS Press, 1975, pp. 249-266.
33. “Textbook Censorship: Case Study of Kanawha County, W.Va., 1974-75,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XXVI. Edited by Chipman G. Stuart. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1976, pp. 162-176.
34. “Eleven Educational Directions,” Crucial Issues in Education, Sixth Edition. Henry Ehlers, et al. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1977, pp. 20-22.
35. “Higher Education Problems: Overview,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Houston at Clear Lake City, Clear Lake City, Texas, November 11-13, 1976, Volume XXVII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1977, pp. 130-133.
36. “British and U. S. Schools Amid Social Change,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XXVIII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1978, pp. 11-18.
37. “China Since Mao,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. November 9-11, 1978, Volume XXIX. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1979, pp. 47-50.
38. “Arthur Henry Moehlman, In Memoriam,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, November 9-11, 1978, Volume XXIX. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr., Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1979, pp. 3-4.
39. “Influential Books and Reports in U. S. Education,” Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at North Texas State University, Denton, TX, November 8-10, 1979, Volume XXX. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1980, pp. 114-119.
40. “Israel, Schools, and Arab Conflict in the Middle East,” Proceedings of the Thirty-First Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at Pan American University, Edinburg, Texas, November 13-15, 1980, Volume XXXI. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1981, pp. 182-190.
41. Chapter II, “Why It Happened,” and Chapter III, “Lessons,” from Franklin Parker, The Battle of the Books: Kanawha County (Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Fastback 63, 1975), reprinted in Censorship and Education: The Reference Shelf, Volume LIII, Number 6, edited by Eli M. Oboler. New York: H. W. Wilson Co., 1981, pp. 121-135.
42. “Why the Evolution/Creation Battle Rages: What Educators Can Do,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 12-14, 1981, Volume XXXII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1982, pp. 45-52.
43. “Max Rafferty, 1917-82, Rise and Fall of a Conservative School Critic,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Third Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Texas at San Antonio, November 11-13, 1982, Volume XXXIII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1983, pp. 44-53.
44. “The Progressive Educator: Elsie Ripley Clapp,” The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Homesteading of Arthurdale, W. Va. , coedited by Jettie and Charles Eble. Arthurdale, WV: Privately Printed, 1984, pp. 11-12.
45. “Reform Tide in American Education: Reactions to Critical Reports,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at Louisiana State University in Shreveport, November 9-12, 1983, Volume XXXIV. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1984.
46. “Ideas That Shaped American Schools,” Teaching in Texas, edited by William M. Bechtol, et al. Lexington, MA: Ginn Custom Publishing, 1984, pp. 113-123. Reprint from Phi Delta Kappan, LXII, No. 5 (January, 1981), pp. 314-319.
47. “School Desegregation since Brown (1954): 30-Year Perspective,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, November 15-17, 1984, Volume XXXV. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1985, pp. 242-246.
48. “Education in the People’s Republic of China: Tradition and Change,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, November 14-16, 1985, Volume XXXVI. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1986, pp. 243-262.
49. “School Critic Max Rafferty (1917-82) and the New Right,” Politics: The New Right and Education, edited by Michael V. Belok and Joe L. Kincheloe. Meerut, India: Anu Books, 1986, pp. 129-140.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS (Total 66, since 1956), Continued:
50. “Moral Education in the United States,” and “School Desegregation Since Brown: A 30-Year Perspective,” Annual Editions Education 87/88, edited by Fred Schulz. Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group, 1987, pp. 101-103 and pp. 148-149.
51. “School Reform: Past and Present,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Texas at Austin, November 13-15, 1986, Volume XXXVII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Norman, OK: College of Education, University of Oklahoma, 1987, pp. 200-208.
52. “Textbook Censorship and the Religious Right: Rise or Decline?” Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, November 12-14, 1987, Volume XXXVIII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Cape Girardeau, MO: Southeast Missouri State University, 1988, pp. 149-162.
53. “Clifton Landon Hall, 1898-1987,” Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, November 12-14, 1987, Volume XXXVIII. Edited by Dalton B. Curtis, Jr. Cape Girardeau, MO: Southeast Missouri State University, 1988, pp. 147-148.
54. “Behind School Reform, USA-England: Economics and Equity.” Proceedings of the Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XXXIX. Cape Girardeau, MO: Southeast Missouri State University, 1989, pp. 207-220.
55. “Teacher Education USA: Western Carolina University Centennial.” Proceedings of the Fortieth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XL. Edited by Wayne Willis. Morehead, KY: Morehead State University, 1990, pp. 49-55.
56. “Social Reconstructionist Educators in Perspective, 1930s-80s.” Proceedings of the Fortieth Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XL. Edited by Wayne Willis. Morehead, KY: Morehead State University, 1990, pp. 93-94.
57. “Teacher Education USA: Western Carolina University Centennial in National Perspective.” History of Education in Southern Appalachia. Edited by John L. Bell. Cullowhee, NC: Western Carolina University, 1990, pp. 67-83.
58. “Eric Hoffer (1902-83) Revisited: Books and Ideas (A Dialogue).” Proceedings of the Forty-First Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XLI. Edited by Wayne Willis. Morehead, KY: Morehead State University, 1991, pp. 96-107.
59. “George Peabody (1795-1869), Founder of Modern Educational Philanthropy: His Contributions to Higher Education,” pp. 71-99 in Academic Profiles in Higher Education. Edited by James J. Van Patten. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.
60. “Lawrence Arthur Cremin (1925-90), U.S. Educational Historian and President, Teachers College, Columbia University (l974-84): Contributions to Higher Education,” pp. 277-305 in Academic Profiles in Higher Education. Edited by James J. Van Patten. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.
61. (With Betty J. Parker), “Myles Horton (1905-90) of Highlander: Adult Educator and Southern Activist.” Proceedings of the Forty-Second Annual Meeting, Southwestern Philosophy of Education Society, Volume XLII. Edited by Wayne Willis. Morehead, KY: Morehead State University, 1992, pp. 27-43.
62. “U.S.A. Teacher Education Reforms, Early 1990s: Some Questions,” pp. 61-84. Understanding the Many Faces of the Culture of Higher Education. Edited by James J. Van Patten. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993.
63. “George Peabody (1795-1869), Merchant, Banker, A Founder of Modern Philanthropy,” Notable American Philanthropists, ed. By Robert Thornton Grimm (Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Press and Onyx Press, to appear in 2002).
64. “Under His Own Command: The Careers of Harold R. W. Benjamin,” pp. 157-165, in J. Abner Peddiwell (Harold R. W. Benjamin), The Saber-Tooth Curriculum, Classic Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004. ISBN 0-07-142288-9.
65 “A Bibliography [of Harold R. W. Benjamin) Compiled by Franklin Parker,” pp. 167-182, in J. Abner Peddiwell (Harold R. W. Benjamin), The Saber-Tooth Curriculum, Classic Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004. ISBN 0-07-142288-9.

BOOK REVIEWS to 1995 (Total 172, this section 1959-1960) :
1. L.A. Duchemin (ed.), The Challenge to our Universities. Mount Allison University (Canada), 1958. Education, LXXIX, No. 7 (March 1959), p. 443.
2. Francis S. Chase and Harold A. Anderson (eds.), The High School in a New Era. University of Chicago Press, 1958. Clearing House, XXX, No. 8, (April, 1959), pp. 503-504.
3. Edmund J. King, Other Schools and Ours. Rinehart Company, 1958. Social Education, XXIII, No. 5 (May, 1959), p. 247.
4. Walter B. Kolesnik, Mental Discipline and Modern Education. University of Wisconsin Press, 1958. Liberal Education, XLV, No. 2 (May, 1959), pp. 314-316.
5. Roger H. Garrison, The Adventure of Learning in College. Harper Brothers, 1959. Liberal Education, XLV, No. 3 (October, 1959), pp. 446-447.
BOOK REVIEWS CONTINUED (Total 172, this section 1960-1966):
6. Alfred North Whitehead, The Aims of Education and Other Essays. Macmillan Co., 1959. Social Science, XXXV, No. 1 (January, 1960), pp. 62.
7. Michael Scott, A Time to Speak. Doubleday and Company, 1958. Social Education, XXIV, No. 3 (March, 1960), p. 138.
8. Louise E. Hock and Thomas J. Hill, The General Education Class in the Secondary School. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIV, No. 1 (Fall, 1960), p. 32.
9. Edward A. Krug, The Secondary School Curriculum. Harper and Brothers, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIV, No. 1 (Fall, 1960), p. 31.
10. L. O. Taylor, et al., The American Secondary School. Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIV, No. 1 (Fall, 1960), p. 31.
11. V. T. Thayer, The Role of the School in American Society. Dodd, Mead Co., 1960. Clearing House, XXXV, No. 1 (September, 1960), p. 51.
12. Wayne Wheeler (ed.), Social Change and Mental Health. Park College Press, 1960. Social Studies, LI, No. 5 (October, 1960), p. 198.
13. Arthur D. Morse, Schools of Tomorrow–Today. Doubleday, 1961. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIV, No. 2 (Winter, 1961), pp. 29-31.
14. Elizabeth Paschal, Encouraging the Excellent. Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIV, No. 2 (Winter, 1961), p. 29.
15. Elizabeth Paschal, Programs for the Gifted: A Case Book in Secondary Education. Harper Brothers, 1961. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIV, No. 2 (Winter, 1961), pp. 31-32.
16. Brian Simon, Studies in the History of Education: 1780-1870. Lawrence Wishart, 1960. Harvard Educational Review, XXXI, No. 2 (Spring, 1961), pp. 222-225.
17. Oliver C. Carmichael, Universities: Commonwealth and American: A Comparative Study. Harper Brothers, 1959. Harvard Educational Review, XXXI, No. 3 (Summer, 1961), pp. 335-336.
18. Lawrence A. Cremin, The Transformation of the School: Progressivism in American Education, 1876-1957. Alfred A. Knopf, 1961. Paedagogica Historica, I, No. 2 (1961), pp. 388-389; Phi Delta Kappan, XLIII, No. 1 (October, 1961), pp. 39-40.
19. Anthony Kerr, Schools of Europe. Bowen and Bowes (London), 1960. “Cyclopedic Study of Education in Europe,” Phi Delta Kappan, XLIII, No. 2 (November, 1961), pp. 99-100.
20. Benjamin Sacks, The Religious Issue in the State Schools of England and Wales, 1902-1914; A Nation’s Quest for Human Dignity. University of New Mexico Press, 1961. New Mexico Quarterly, XXXII, Nos. 1 and 2 (1962), pp. 90-92.
21. Report of the Commonwealth Conference on the Teaching of English as a Second Language. Government Printer (Entebbe, Uganda), 1961. Overseas Education, XXXIII, No. 4 (January, 1962), pp. 198-199.
22. Final Report of the Conference of African States on the Development of Education in Africa, Addis Ababa. 15-25 May 1961. UNESCO (Paris), 1961. Africa Report, VI, No. 3 (March, 1962), p. 20.
23. Colin Morris, The Hour After Midnight: A Missionary’s Experiences of the Racial and Political Struggle in Northern Rhodesia. Longman, 1961. Chicago Jewish Forum, XX, No. 4 (Summer, 1962), pp. 339-340.
24. Frederick C. Gruber, Education and the State. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XV, No. 3 (Spring, 1962), p. 28.
25. Seymour Eskow, Barron’s Guide to the Two-Year Colleges. Barron’s Educational Series, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XV, No. 2 (Winter, 1962), p. 31.
26. Tom C. Venable, Patterns in Secondary School Curriculum. Harper and Brothers, 1958. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XV, No. 2 (Winter, 1962), p. 32.
27. Aderogba Ajao, On the Tiger’s Back. World Publishing Company, 1962. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (Sunday, August 26, 1962), p.23; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXI, No. 4 (Summer, 1963), pp. 338-340.
28. David Lytton, The Paradise People. Simon Schuster, 1962. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (September 23, 1962), p. 23.
29. Harry Bloom, Whittaker’s Wife. Simon Schuster, 1962. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (October 14, 1962), p. 22.
30. Rhona Churchill, White Man’s God. William Morrow Co., 1962. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (November 4, 1962), p. 23; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXIII, No. 3 (Spring, 1965), p. 235.
31. Alexander M. Carr-Saunders, New Universities Overseas. George Allen Unwin, 1961. Journal of Higher Education, XXXIII, No. 9 (December, 1962), pp. 510-511.
32. Joyce Cary, The Case for African Freedom. University of Texas Press, 1962. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (December 30, 1962), p. 22; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXI, No. 3 (Spring, 1963), p. 246.
33. Malcolm S. Knowles, The Adult Education Movement in the United States. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1962. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (January 6, 1963), p. 22. Chicago Jewish Forum, XXII, No. 1 (Fall, 1963), p. 62.
34. Ruth Sloan Associates (comp.) and Helen Kitchen (eds.), The Educated African: A Country-By-Country Survey of Educational Development in Africa. Praeger, 1962. New Mexico Quarterly, XXXII, Nos. 3 and 4 (Autumn and Winter, 1962-1963), pp. 249-250.
35. Gail M. Inlow, Maturity in High School Teaching. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1963. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVI, No. 3 (Spring, 1963), p. 32.
36. Loren Eiseley, The Mind as Nature (5th John Dewey Society Lecture). Harper Row, 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (March 17, 1963), p. 23; and Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVI, No. 3 (Spring, 1963), p. 31.
37. Conor Cruise O’Brien, To Katanga and Back: A UN Case History. Simon and Schuster, 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (April 7, 1963), p. 23; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXIII, No. 2 (Winter, 1964-65), pp. 170-171.
38. Tom Hopkinson, In the Fiery Continent. Doubleday Co., 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (May 19, 1963), p. 22.
39. Paul Woodring and John Scanlon (eds.), American Education Today. McGraw-Hill, 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (July 21, 1963), p. 24; Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVI, No. 3 (Spring, 1963), p. 31; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXIII, No. 4 (Summer, 1965), pp. 313-314.
40. Harold Rugg, Imagination. Harper Row, 1963. Austin American- Statesman Book Section (August 4, 1963), p. 21; Saturday Review, XLVI, No. 33 (August 17, 1963), p. 49.
41. Daniel Gilles, The Anthill. Vanguard Press, 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (August 11, 1963), p. 23.
42. Alexander Frazier (ed.), New Insights and the Curriculum. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Education Association, 1963. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVI, No. 2 (Winter, 1963), p. 32.
43. James High, Teaching Secondary School Social Studies. John Wiley Sons, 1962. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVI, No. 2 (Winter, 1963), p. 31.
44. J. Cecil Parker, et al., Curriculum in America. Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1962. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVI, No. 2 (Winter, 1963), pp. 31-32.
45 James Gillett, Six Years with the Texas Rangers. Yale University Press, 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (Septemaber 22, 1963), p. 21; Journal of the West, II, No. 4 (October, 1963), pp. 479-480.
46. Ben Lucien Burman, The Generals Wear Cork Hats. Taplinger Publishing Co., 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (October 13, 1963), p. 23.
47. Marion Friedmann (ed.), I Will Still be Moved: Reports from South Africa. Quadrangle Books, 1963. New York Times Book Review (October 13, 1963), p. 18.
48. Alex La Guma, et al., Quartet: New Voices from South Africa. Crown Publishers, 1963. New York Times Book Review (October 13, 1963), pp. 18, 20.
49. Noni Jabavu, The Ochre People: Scenes from a South African Life. St. Martin’s Press, 1963. New York Times Book Review (October 13, 1963), p. 20.
50. Jordan K. Ngubane, An African Explains Apartheid. Frederick A. Praeger, 1963. New York Times Book Review (October 13, 1963), p. 20; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXII, No. 3 (Spring, 1964), p. 247.
51. Josiah Mwangi Kariuki, “Mau Mau” Detainee: The Account by a Kenya African of His Experiences in Detention Camps, 1953-1960. Oxford University Press, 1963. New York Times Book Review (October 13, 1963), p. 20.
52. Kermit Roosevelt, A Sentimental Safari. Alfred A. Knopf, 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (December 15, 1963), p. 21.
53. Tom Mboya, Freedom and After. Little, Brown and Company. 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (January 12, 1964), p. 23.
54. John Bagot Glubb, The Great Arab Conquests. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1963. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (February 2, 1964), p. 23.
55. Hodding Carter with Betty W. Carter, Doomed Road of Empire: The Spanish Trail of Conquest. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1964. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (March 22, 1964), p. 23; Journal of the West, III, No. 2 (April, 1964), pp. 260-261; Quartet, I, No. 7 (Summer, 1964), p. 22.
56. B. Frank Brown, The Upgraded High School. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1963. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVII, No. 3 (1964), pp. 31-32.
57. Barbara Hall (ed.), Tell Me, Josephine. Simon and Schuster, 1964. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (May 3, 1964), p. 22.
58. John Peter, Along That Coast. Doubleday, 1964. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (July 5, 1964), p. 19; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXIII, No. 3 (Spring, 1965), p. 230.
59. Gerald McKnight, Verdict on Schweitzer: The Man Behind the Legend of Lambarene. John Day Company, 1964. Austin American-Statesman Book Section (August 16, 1964), p. 19; Quartet, II, No. 10 (Spring, 1965), pp. 27-28; Books Abroad, XXXIX, No. 2 (Spring, 1965), pp. ?-?
60. Wilson M. Hudson, Andy Adams, His Life and Writings. Southern Methodist University Press, 1964. Journal of the West, III, No. 3 (July, 1964), pp. 414-415.
61. Walter Baron von Richthofen, Cattle-Raising on the Plains of North America. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Journal of the West, III, No. 3 (July, 1964), pp. 423-424.
62. W. M. Pearce, The Matador Land and Cattle Company. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Journal of the West, III, No. 4 (October, 1964), p. 552; Austin American-Statesman Book Section (September 13, 1964), p. 19.
63. W.J. Hughes, Rebellious Ranger, Rip Ford and the Old Southwest. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Journal of the West , III, No. 3 (July, 1964), pp. 421-422.
64. Ramon F. Adams, Burrs Under the Saddle: A Second Look at Books and Histories of the West. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Journal of the West, III, No. 4 (October, 1964), pp. 557-558; Chronicles of Oklahoma, XLII, No. 3 (Autumn, 1964), pp. 361-362.
65. R.J. Corsini and D.D. Howard, eds., Critical Incidents in Teaching. Prentice-Hall, 1964. Clearing House, XXXIX, No. 5 (January, 1965), p. 316.
66. Stewart Fraser, Jullien’s Plan for Comparative Education, 1816-1817. Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1964. Peabody Journal of Education, XLII, No. 5 (March, 1965), pp. 313-315.
67. David G. Scanlon (ed.), Traditions of African Education. Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1964. History of Education Quarterly, V, No. 1 (March, 1965), pp. 74-75; Symposium, Johannesburg, South Africa (1965), p. 135.
68. Rhona Churchill, White Man’s God. William Morrow, 1965. Chicago Jewish Forum, XXIII, No. 3 (Spring, 1965), p. 235.
69. Willard Abraham, A Time for Teaching. Harper Row, 1964. Clearing House, XXXIX, No. 9 (May, 1965), pp. 564-565.
70. T.V. Sathyamurthy, The Politics of International Cooperation: Contrasting Conceptions of UNESCO. Librairie Droz (Geneva), 1964. International Review of Education, XI, No. 2 (1965), pp. 235-236; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXIV, No. 2 (Winter, 1965), pp. 31-32.
71. James G. Umstattd, College Teaching: Background, Theory, Practice. University Press of Washington, D.C., 1964. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVIII, No. 2 (Winter, 1965), pp. 30-31.
72. Harl R. Douglass, Trends and Issues in Secondary Education. Center for Applied Research in Education, 1962. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVIII, No. 2 (Winter, 1965), pp. 31-32.
73. Ramon F. Adams, From the Pecos to the Powder: A Cowboy’s Autobiography, by Bob Kennon, As Told to Ramon F. Adams. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Journal of the West , IV, No. 3 (July 6, 1965), p. 481.
74. Andreas M. Kazamias and Byron G. Massialas, Tradition and Change in Education, A Comparative Study. Prentice-Hall, 1965. Phi Delta Kappan, XLVII, No. 1 (September, 1965), p. 53; Comparative Education Review, IX, No. 3 (October, 1965), p. 380.
75. Wayne Gard, Texas Rawhide. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Journal of the West, IV, No. 4 (October, 1965), p. 598.
76. Adolphe E. Meyer, An Educational History of the Western World. McGraw-Hill, 1965. Phi Delta Kappan, XLVII, No. 2 (October, 1965), pp. 106-107; International Review of Education, XII, No. 2 (1966), pp. 237-238.
77. L. H. Gann and Michael Gelfand, Huggins of Rhodesia. George Allen and Unwin, 1964. Africa Report, X, No. 9 (October, 1965), p. 67; American Historical Review, LXXI, No. 2 (January, 1966), pp. 637-638.
78. Stewart Fraser (ed.), Chinese Communist Education: Records of the First Decade. Vanderbilt University Press, 1965. Peabody Journal of Education, XCIII, No. 3 (November, 1965), pp. 181-185; International Review of Education, XII, No. 2 (1966), pp. 226-227.
79. National Association of Secondary School Principals, The Senior High School Principalship. National Education Association, 1965. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIX, No. 1 (Fall, 1966), pp. 29-30.
80. Columbia Encyclopedia, The Columbia-Viking Desk Encyclopedia. Dell Publishing Company, 1974. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIX No. 1 (Fall, 1966), pp. 30-31.
81. Frederick W. Nolan (ed.), The Life and Death of John Henry Tunstall. University of New Mexico Press, 1965. Journal of the West, V, No. 1 (January, 1966), pp. 143-144.
82. Harry Kursh, The United States Office of Education: A Century of Service. Chilton Books, 1965. Journal of Negro Education, XXXV, No. 1 (Winter, 1966), pp. 74-75.
83. L. Gray Cowan, et al. (eds.), Education and Nation-Building in Africa. Frederick A. Praeger, 1965. African Forum, I, No. 4 (Spring, 1966), pp. 125-127; Malaysian Journal of Education, III, No. 1 (June, 1966), pp. 91-92.
84. James Bryant Conant, Shaping Education Policy. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1964. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIX, No. 3 (Spring, 1966). p. 35.
85. Edward A. Krug, The Shaping of the American High School. Harper Row, 1964. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XIX, No. 3 (Spring, 1966), p. 34.
86. M. M. Chambers, Freedom and Repression in Higher Education. Bloomcraft Press, 1965. International Review of Education, XII, No. 3 (1966), pp. 375-376.
87. Terry Sanford, But What About the People? Harper Row, 1966. Phi Delta Kappan, XLVII, No. 9 (May, 1966), pp. 527-528; International Review of Education, XIII (1967), pp. 152-153.
88. Jerome S. Bruner, The Process of Education. Harvard University Press, 1960. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XX, No. 1 (Fall, 1966), pp. 30-32.
89. Jerome S. Bruner, Toward a Theory of Education. Belknap Press of Harvard, Harvard University Press, 1966. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XX, No. 1 (Fall, 1966), pp. 30-32; Malaysian Journal of Education, III, No. 2 (December, 1966), pp. 229-231.
90. Robert J. Havighurst and J. Roberto Moreira, Society and Education in Brazil. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1965. Malaysian Journal of Education, III, No. 1 (June, 1966), pp. 92-94.
91. UNESCO, World Survey of Education IV. Higher Education. UNESCO Publications Center, 1966. International Review of Education, XII, No. 3 (1966), pp. 385-386.
BOOK REVIEWS CONTINUED (Total 172, this section 1967-1969):
92. Academic Senate of the University of California at Berkeley, Education at Berkeley: Report of the Select Committee on Education. University of California Press, 1966. Comparative Education Review, X, No. 3 (October, 1966), pp. 533-534; Chicago Jewish Forum, XXV, No. 2 (Winter, 1966-67), pp. 165-167.
93. John Walton, Toward Better Teaching in the Secondary Schools. Allyn and Bacon, 1966. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XX, No. 2 (Winter, 1967), pp. 28-29.
94. Lawrence E. Metcalf, et al. (eds.), Secondary Education: A Textbook of Readings. Allyn and Bacon, 1966. Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XX, No. 2 (Winter, 1967), pp. 29-30.
95. J. F. Ade Ajayi, Christian Missions in Nigeria, 1841-1891: The Making of a New Elite. Northwestern University Press, 1965. Books Abroad, XL, No. 1 (January, 1967), pp. 113-114.
96. Stewart Fraser (ed.), Governmental Policy and International Education. John Wiley Sons, 1965. The Educational Forum, XXXI, No. 3 (March, 1967), pp. 367-368.
97. Education and World Affairs, The University Looks Abroad: Approaches to World Affairs at Six American Universities. Walker Co., 1965. Educational Forum, XXXI, No. 3 (March, 1967), pp. 368-369.
98. Martena Sassnet and Inez Sepmeyer, Educational Systems of Africa: Interpretations for Use in the Evaluation of Academic Credentials. University of California Press, 1967. Africa Report, XII, No. 4 (April, 1967), pp. 52-53; Books Abroad, XLI, No. 3 (July, 1967), p. 369; Comparative Education Review, XI, No. 3 (October, 1967), pp. 392-393; International Review of Education, XIV, No. 3 (1968), pp. 366-367.
99. Elizabeth W. Miller (compilor), The Negro in America: A Bibliography. Harvard University Press, 1966. Journal of Negro Education, XXXVI, No. 2 (Spring, 1967), pp. 164-165.
100. Philip Foster, Education and Social Change in Ghana. University of Chicago Press, 1965. African Forum, III, No. 1 (Summer, 1967), pp. 90-93.
101. Sam P. Wiggin, Higher Education in the South. McCutchan Publishing, 1966. Peabody Journal of Education, XLV, No. 2 (September, 1967), pp. 125-126.
102. C.H. McKennon, Iron Men: A Saga of the Deputy United States Marshals Who Rode the Indian Territory. Doubleday, 1967. Journal of the West, VI, No. 4 (October, 1967), p. 649.
103. Francis Keppel, The Necessary Revolution in American Education. Harper Row, 1966. Chicago Jewish Forum, XXV, No. 4 (Summer, 1967), pp. 316-317; Journal of Thought, II, No. 3 (July, 1967), pp. 75-77.
104. Donald G. Burns, African Education: An Introductory Survey of Education in Commonwealth Countries. Oxford University Press, 1965. African Forum, III, No. 1 (Summer, 1967), pp. 90-93.
105. Herbert C. Rudman, The School and State in the USSR. Macmillan Company, 1967. Educational Leadership, XXV, No. 6 (March, 1968), pp 593-595; International Review of Education, XV, No. 1 (1969), p. 111.
106. Richard E. Gross (ed.), British Secondary Education. Oxford University Press, 1965. Educational Leadership, XXV, No. 6 (March, 1968), pp. 593-595.
107. G. S. Osborne, Scottish and English Schools: A Comparative Survey of the Past Fifty Years. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1967. Educational Leadership, XXV, No. 6 (March, 1968), pp. 593-595.
108. Donald K. Adams (ed.), Introduction to Education: A Comparative Analysis. Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1966. Educational Leadership, XXV, No. 6 (March, 1968), pp. 593-595.
109. Erwin A. Salk (ed.), A Layman’s Guide to Negro History. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967. Journal of Thought, III, No. 2 (April, 1968), p. 130.
110. Helaine S. Dawson, Educating Youth from Poverty Areas. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1968. Journal of Thought, III, No. 2 (April, 1968), p. 131.
111. Stanlake Samkange, On Trial for my Country. Heinemann Educational Books, 1967. Africa Report, XIII, No. 3 (March, 1968), pp. 53-54; Books Abroad, XLII, No. 2 (April, 1968), pp. 328-329.
112. Robert Dentler, et al. (eds.), The Urban R’s: Race Relations as the Problem in Urban Education. Frederick A. Praeger, 1967. Journal of Thought, III, No. 3 (July, 1968), p. 227.
113. Eric Ashby and Mary Anderson, Universities: British, Indian, African. A Study in the Ecology of Higher Education. Harvard University Press, 1966. International Review of Education, XIV, No. 1 (1968), pp. 112-113.
114. Sytha Motto, No Banners Waving. Vantage Press, 1966. Journal of the West, VII, No. 3 (July, 1968), p. 435.
115. Harold Taylor, Students Without Teachers: The Crisis in the University. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1969. Phi Delta Kappan, LI, No. 2 (October, 1969), pp. 104-105.
116. Robert M. Bruker (ed.), Wakan: The Spirit of Harold Benjamin: A Collection of the Writings of Harold R. W. Benjamin. Burgess Publishing Company, 1968. Peabody Journal of Education, XLVI, No. 4 (January, 1969), pp. 254-256; Journal of Thought, IV, No. 2 (April, 1969), pp. 182-183.
117. Stewart E. Fraser and William W. Brickman (eds.), A History of International and Comparative Education: Nineteenth Century Documents. Scott, Foresman and Co., 1968. Phi Delta Kappan, L, No. 6 (February, 1969), pp. 362-363; Journal of Thought, IV, No. 2 (April, 1969), pp. 172-173; International Review of Education, XV, No. 3 (1969), pp. 362-363.
118. Martin Tucker, Africa in Modern Literature: A Survey of Contemporary Writing in English. Unger, 1967. Books Abroad, XL, No. 1 (January, 1969), p. 159.
119. Ralph L. Pounds, The Development of Education in Western Culture. Appleton-Century-Croft, 1968. Clearing House, XLIII, No. 8 (April, 1969), p. 507.
120. Abdou Moumouni, Education in Africa, translated by Phyllis Nauts Ott. Frederick A. Praeger, 1968. Africa Report, XIV, Nos. 3 4 (March-April, 1969), pp. 72-73; Journal of Developing Areas, III, No. 3 (April, 1969), pp. 440-441.
121. Armand Hacquaert, The Recruitment and Training of University Teachers. International Association of University Professors and Lecturers, 1967. International Review of Education, XV, No. 1 (1969), pp. 93-94.
122. R. Murray Thomas, et al. (eds.), Strategies for Curriculum Change: Cases from 13 Nations. International Textbook Co., 1968. International Review of Education, XV, No. 1 (1969), pp. 116-117.
123. IBE/UNESCO, International Yearbook of Education 1966. IBE/UNESCO, 1967. International Review of Education, XV, No. 1 (1969), p. 96.
124. Stewart E. Fraser (compiler ed.), American Education in Foreign Perspectives: Twentieth Century Essays. John Wiley Sons, Inc., 1969. Phi Delta Kappan, LI, No. 5 (January, 1970), p. 285; International Review of Education, XV, No. 3 (1969), pp. 362-363.
125. Alan Paton, For You Departed. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1969. Dominion-Post Panorama (Morgantown, W. Va.), February 15, 1970, p. 9; Books Abroad, XLIV, No. 4 (Autumn, 1970), pp. 715-716.
126. Stewart E. Fraser (ed.), Education and Communism in China: An Anthology of Commentary and Documents. International Studies Group (Hong Kong), 1969. Comparative and International Education Society of Canada Newsletter (October, 1970), appendix; Phi Delta Kappan, LII, No. 5 (January, 1971), pp. 317-318.
127. Stewart E. Fraser (ed.), Ludvig Holberg’s Memoirs: An Eighteenth Century Danish Contribution to International Understanding. E. J. Brill (Leiden, The Netherlands), 1970, Vols. I II. Peabody Journal of Education, XLVIII, No. 3 (April, 1971), pp. 246-247; Western Carolina University Journal of Education, III, No. 1 (Spring, 1971), pp. 51-53; International Review of Education, XVII, No. 4 (1971), p. 486.
128. T. O. Ranger, The African Voice in Southern Rhodesia, 1898-1930. Heinemann (London), 1970. NEWSTATEments, I, No. 2 (1971), pp. 64-65.
BOOK REVIEWS CONTINUED (Total 172 , this section, 129-172, 1971-1978):
129. Tetsuya Kobayashi (compiler), Survey on Current Trends in Comparative Education. UNESCO Institute for Education (Hamburg), 1971. Comparative and International Education Society of Canada Newsletter (October, 1971), pp. 3-4.
130. Philip G. Altbach (ed.), The Student Revolution: A Global Analysis. Lawrence Verry, 1970. Educational Studies, II, Nos. 3/4 (Fall/Winter, 1971), p. 104; International Review of Education, XVII, No. 4 (1971), p. 469.
131. Peter Hackett, et al. (eds.), Educational Perspectives on the Drug Crisis. University of Virginia School of General Studies, 1971. Educational Studies, III, No. 2 (Summer, 1972), p. 116; International Review of Education, XVIII (1972-73), p. 403.
132. UNESCO, Teachers’ Associations. UNIPUB, 1971. Educational Studies, III, No. 2 (Summer, 1972), pp. 90-91.
133. Mark H. Ingraham, Charles Sumner Slichter: The Golden Vector. University of Wisconsin Press, 1972. Educational Studies, III, No. 4 (Winter, 1972), pp. 224-225.
134. Ewald B. Nyquist and Gene R. Hawes (eds.), Open Education: A Sourcebook for Parents and Teachers. Bantam Books, 1972. Learning, II, No. 3 (November, 1973), pp. 72-73.
135. Charles Silberman (ed.), The Open Classroom Reader. Random House, Vintage Books, 1973. Learning, II, No. 3 (November, 1973), pp. 72-73.
136. George Dykhuizen, The Life and Mind of John Dewey. Southern Illinois University Press, 1973. Phi Delta Kappan, LV, No. 10 (June, 1974), pp. 710-711.
137. Theodore Hsi-en Chen, The Maoist Educational Revolution. Praeger Publishers, 1974. Phi Delta Kappan, LVI, No. 8 (April, 1975), p. 569.
138. William Kessen (ed.), Childhood in China. Yale University Press, 1975. Phi Delta Kappan, LVII, No. 8 (April, 1976), pp. 552-553; Journal of Educational Thought, X, No. 2 (August, 1976), pp. 159-160; Review of Education, II, No. 6 (November/December, 1976), pp. 561-565.
139. Harvey B. Scribner and Leonard B. Stevens, Make Your School Work: Practical, Imaginative, and Cost-Free Plans to Turn Public Education Around. Simon Schuster, 1975. Momentum, VII, No. 2 (May, 1976), pp. 47-48.
140. Selwyn K. Troen, The Public and the Schools: Shaping the St. Louis System, 1838-1920. University of Missouri Press, 1975. Journal of Educational Thought, X, No. 3, (December, 1976), p. 240.
141. Wayne J. Krepel and Charles R. DuVall, Education and Education-Related Serials: A Directory. Libraries Unlimited, 1977. Little Forum, I, No. 2 (Spring Semester, 1978), p. 14.
142. Gail C. A. Cook (ed.), Opportunity for Choice: A Goal for Women in Canada. C. D. Howe Research Institute, 1976. Review of Education, IV, No. 1 (Winter, 1978), pp. 45-47.
143. Lewis B. Mayhew, Legacy of the Seventies: Experiment, Economy, Equality, and Expediency in American Higher Education. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1977. Review of Education, IV, No. 3 (Summer, 1978), pp. 275-278.
144. Walter I. Garms, et al., School Finance: The Economics and Politics of Public Education. Prentice-Hall, 1978. Phi Delta Kappan, LX, No. 1 (September, 1978), p. 68.
145. Peter F. Carbone, Jr., The Social and Educational Thought of Harold Rugg. Duke University Press, 1977. Phi Delta Kappan, LX, No. 2 (October, 1978), pp. 140-141; Review of Education, IV, No. 4 (Fall, 1978), pp. 357-361.
146. Frank Joseph Shulman (comp. and ed.), Doctoral Dissertations on China, 1971-1975; A Bibliography of Studies in Western Languages. University of Washington Press, 1978. Educational Studies, IX, No. 2 (Summer, 1978), p. 238.
BOOK REVIEWS CONTINUED (Total 172, 1979-1992):
147. Ruth Sidel, Women and Child Care in China: A Firsthand Report. Penguin Books, 1972. Panorama (Supplement to Dominion-Post, Morgantown, WV), Sunday, January 1, 1979, p. 11.
148. Henry D. Shapiro, Appalachia on our Minds: The Southern Mountains and Mountaineers in the American Consciousness: 1870-1920. University of North Carolina Press, 1978. Panorama (Supplement to Dominion-Post, Morgantown, WV), Sunday, February 18, 1979, pp. 11-12; West Virginia University Alumni Magazine, III, No. 1 (Winter/Spring 1980), pp. 17-19; Little Forum, III, No. 2 (Spring, 1980), pp. 22-24.
149. Mildred George Goetzel, et al., Three Hundred Eminent Personalities: A Psychosocial Analysis of the Famous. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1978. Phi Delta Kappan, LX, No. 10 (June, 1979), pp. 760-761.
150. Diane Ravitch, The Revisionists Revised: A Critique of the Radical Attack on the Schools. Basic Books, 1978. Joel Spring, American Education: An Introduction to Social and Political Aspects. 1978. Review of Education, V, No. 2 (Spring, 1979), pp. 131-133; Little Forum, II, No. 3.
151. Lansing Lamont, Campus Shock: A Firsthand Report on College Life Today. E. P. Dutton, 1979. Phi Delta Kappan, LXI, No. 5 (January, 1980), p. 363.
152. James E. Davis, (ed.), Dealing with Censorship. National Council of Teachers of English, 1979. Phi Delta Kappan, LXI, No. 8 (April, 1980), pp. 571-572; Alpha Delta Kappan, X, No. 2 (November, 1980), p. 21.
153. Lawrence J. Dennis and William Edward Eaton, (eds.), George S. Counts: Educator for a New Age. Southern Illinois University Press, 1980. Phi Delta Kappan, LXII, No. 10 (June, 1981), p. 750.
154. Victor C. Uchendu, (ed.), Education and Politics in Tropical Africa. Conch Magazine, 1980. International Journal of African Historical Studies, XV, No. 4 (1982), pp. 736-737.
155. William G. Monahan and Herbert R. Hengst, Contemporary Educational Administration. Macmillan, 1982. Journal of Thought, XVII, No. 4 (Winter, 1982), pp. 115-116; West Virginia University Alumni Magazine, V, No. 3 (Fall, 1982), p. 16; Phi Delta Kappan, LXV, No. 5 (January, 1984), pp. 370-371.
156. Harry S. Broudy, Truth and Credibility: The Citizen’s Dilemma. Longman, 1981. Phi Delta Kappan, LXIV, No. 8 (April, 1983), p. 595.
157. Paul Woodring, The Persistent Problems of Education. Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1983. Phi Delta Kappan, LXV, No. 10 (June, 1984), p. 722.
158. Raymond Wolters, The Burden of Brown: Thirty Years of School Desegregation. University of Tennessee Press, 1984. National Forum: Phi Kappa Phi Journal, XLV, No. 4 (Fall, 1985), p. 40.
159. William E. Johnston (ed.), Education on Trial: Strategies for the Future. Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1985. National Forum: Phi Kappa Phi Journal, LXVI, No. 3 (Summer, 1986), pp. 42-43; Review of Education, XII, No. 2 (Spring 1986), pp. 149-150; Kappa Delta Pi Record, XXIV, No. 1 (Fall, 1987), P. 30.
160. Joel Spring, The American School 1642-1985; Varieties of Historical Interpretation of the Foundations and Development of American Education. Longman, 1986. Phi Delta Kappan, LXVIII, No. 9, (May, 1987), pp. 709-710.
161. Joel Spring, The American School 1642-1985; Varieties of Historical Interpretation of the Foundations and Development of American Education. Longman, 1986; and Gerald L. Gutek, Education in the United States: An Historical Perspective. Prentice-Hall, 1986. Journal of Teacher Education, XXXVIII, No. 6 (November-December, 1987), pp. 61-63; Journal of Educational Thought, XXI, No. 2 (August, 1987), pp. 111-112.
162. Terrel H. Bell, The Thirteenth Man: A Reagan Cabinet Memoir. Free Press, 1988. Excellence in Teaching, V, No. 2 (Winter, 1987-88), pp. 22-23; USA Today, CXVII, No. 2520 (September, 1988), p. 96; New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, XXIII, No. 1 (1988), pp. 101-103.
163. Paul D. Travers and Ronald W. Rebore, Foundations of Education: Becoming a Teacher. Prentice-Hall, l987. Educational Studies, XVIII, No. 4 (Winter, l987), pp. 680-682.
164. “An Appraisal of Seven Introduction to Education Textbooks: David G. Armstrong, et al., Education, An Introduction (2nd edn.). Macmillan, 1985. John H. Johansen, et al., American Education: An Introduction to Teaching (5th edn.). Wm C. Brown, 1986. Allan C. Ornstein and Daniel U. Levine, An Introduction to the Foundations of Education (3rd edn.). Houghton Mifflin, 1985. Daniel Selakovich, Schooling in America: Social Foundations of Education. Longman, 1984. Tom E.C. Smith, Introduction to Education, West, 1987. Joel Spring, American Education: An Introduction to Social and Political Aspects (3rd edn.). Longman, 1985. Paul D. Travers and Ronald W. Rebore, Foundations of Education: Becoming a Teacher. Prentice-Hall, 1987.” Capstone Journal of Education, VIII, No. 1 (Fall, 1987), pp. 76-78.
165. Dickson A. Mungazi, Education and Government Control in Zimbabwe. Praeger, 1990. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, II, Nos. l and 2 (1990), pp. 203-205; also in International Education, XX, No. 1 (Fall 1990), pp. 50-51.
166. John I. Goodlad, et al., Places Where Teachers Are Taught, Teachers for Our Nation’s Schools, The Moral Dimensions of Teaching. Jossey-Bass, 1990. National Forum, LXXI, No. 3 (Summer 1991), pp. 47-48.
167. Edward Pauly, The Classroom Crucible: What Really Works, What Doesn’t, and Why. Basic Books, 1991. Review of Education, XIV (1991), pp. 85-86.
168. Mark Bray, Are Small Schools the Answer? Cost Effective Strategies for Rural School Provision. Commonwealth Secretariat, 1987. International Education, XXI, No. 1 (Fall 1991), pp. 51-52.
169. John E. Chubb and Terry M. Moe, Politics, Markets, and America’s Schools. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1990. National Forum, LXXII, No. 1 (Winter 1992), pp. 47-48.
170. Kenneth A. Tye, ed. Global Education: From Thought to Action: 1991 Yearbook of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Alexandria, VA: Association, 1991. International Education, XXI, No. 2 (Spring 1992), pp. 72-76.
171. Peterson’s Guides. Choose a Christian College: A Guide to Academically Challenging Colleges Committed to a Christ-Centered Campus Life. 3rd edn. Princeton, NJ: Peterson’s Guides, 1992. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, VI, No. 1/2 (1994), pp. 197-199.
172. The National Review College Guide: America’s 50 Top Liberal Arts Schools. Charles Sykes and Brad Miner, eds. New York: National Review, 1991. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, VI, No. 1/2 (1994), pp. 197-199. END OF BOOK REVIEWS.

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS (Total 471, this section 1947-60): Oct. 1947 through 2005:
1. “Outgrowing Alcoholic Culture,” International Student, XLV, No. 1 (October, 1947), pp. 3-5.
2. “History of the Tabernacle,” Berea Alumnus, XVIII, No. 3 (December, 1947), pp. 66-71.
3. “The Campus Chronicle,” a monthly feature, Berea Alumnus (October, 1947 to January, 1949).
4. “Blue Monday: The Progression of a Mood in Twelve Scenes,” Cupped Nearness. Berea, KY: Berea College, 1947, pp. 27-30.
5. “The Old Oak Tree,” Cupped Nearness. Berea, KY: Berea College, 1947, pp. 49-53. A story.
6. “The Story Teller,” Twenty. Berea, KY: Berea College Twenty Writers Club, 1947, pp. 2-7.
7. “On Raising a Boy,” Twenty. Berea, KY: Berea College [KY] Twenty Writers Club, 1948, pp. 10-14.
8. “Testimonial,” International Student, XIV, No. 3 (January, 1948), pp. 83-85.
9. “Nashville’s Yankee Friend,” Nashville Tennessean Magazine (May 15, 1955), pp. 2, 6-7.
10. “Founder Paid Debt to Education,” Peabody Post, VIII, No. 8 (February 10, 1955), p. 1.
11. “The Girl George Peabody Almost Married,” Peabody Reflector, XXVII, No. 8 (October, 1955), pp. 215, 224-225.
12. “George Peabody and the Spirit of America,” Peabody Reflector, XXIX, No. 2 (February, 1956), pp. 26-27.
13. “On the Trail of George Peabody,” Berea Alumnus, XXVI, No. 8 (May, 1956), p. 4.
14. (With Walter Merrill), “William Lloyd Garrison and George Peabody,” Essex Institute Historical Collections, XCV, No. 1 (January, 1959), pp. 1-20.
15. “An African School in Southern Rhodesia,” Phi Kappa Phi Journal, XXXVIII, No. 2 (Summer, 1959), pp. 23-26.
16. “Education of Africans in Southern Rhodesia,” Comparative Education Review, III, No. 2 (October, 1959), pp. 27-32.
17. “George Peabody and Maryland,” Peabody of Journal of Education, XXXVII, No. 3 (November, 1959), pp. 150-157.
18. “Leader of Pan Africanism Dies (George Padmore, 1904-1959),” Phi Delta Kappan, XLI, No. 4 (January, 1960), p. 142.
19. “Life and Education in Sourthern Rhodesia,” Phi Delta Kappan, XLI, No. 4 (January, 1960), pp. 174-179.
20. “Lyman Bryson, 1888-1959: Champion of Adult Learning,” Adult Leadership, VIII, No. 7 (January, 1960), pp. 214-215.
21. “Robert E. Lee, George Peabody, and Sectional Reunion,” Peabody Journal of Education, XXXVII, No. 4 (January, 1960), pp. 195-202.
22. “Secondary Schools for African Negroes in Southern Rhodesia,” Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XVIII, No. 2 (Winter, 1960), pp. 21-27.
23. “Central African Federation: Land of Tension,” Social Education, XXIV, No. 3 (March, 1960), pp. 214-215.
24. “Schools for Africans in Southern Rhodesia,” School & Society, LXXXVIII, No. 2171 (March 26, 1960), pp. 154-155.
25. “Influences on the Founder of the Johns Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Medical School,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, XXXIV, No. 2 (March-April, 1960), pp. 148-153.
26. “George Peabody and the Search for Sir John Franklin, 1852-1854,” American Neptune, XX, No. 2 (April, 1960), pp. 104-111.
27. “Pass-Carrying Requirements for Africans in Southern Rhodesia,” Negro History Bulletin, XXIII, No. 7 (April, 1960), pp. 153-154.
28. “Some Problems of African Education in Southern Rhodesia,” Overseas Education, XXXII, No. 6 (April, 1960), pp. 20-29.
29. “Ezekiel Cheever: New England Colonial Teacher,” Peabody Journal of Education, XXXVII, No. 6 (May, 1960), pp. 355-360.
30. “Jane Addams of Hull House,” Chicago Jewish Forum, XIX, No. 1 (Fall, 1960), pp. 13-17.
31. (With Benjamin F. Holland), “Audio-Visual Catalog,” Texas Parent-Teacher, XXXVIII, No. 7 (September, 1960), p. 16.
32. “An Approach to Peabody’s Gifts and Legacies,” Essex Institute Historical Collections, XCVI, No. 4 (October, 1960), pp. 291-296.
33. “The School Days of Mutambanengwe,” Negro History Bulletin, XXIV, No. 1 (October, 1960), pp. 1-2.
34. “Alfred North Whitehead, 1861-1947; A Bibliography,” Library World, LXII, No. 726 (December, 1960), pp. 135-141; Bulletin of Bibliography, XXIII, No. 4 (January-April, 1961), pp. 90-93.
35. “Fate of a Social Reconstructionist,” Education Roundup (University of Texas at Austin College of Education), V, No. 2 (December, 1960), pp. 1-2.
36. “A Princeton Tutor on a Virginia Plantation,” Tradition, III, No. 3 (December, 1960), pp. 41-47.
37. “American Doctoral Dissertations Pertaining to the History of the Community Junior College,” Paedagogica Historica, I, No. 2 (1961), p. 393.
38. “American Doctoral Dissertations Pertaining to the History of the Junior High School,” Paedagogica Historica, I, No. 2 (1961), p. 394.
39. “American Doctoral Dissertations Pertaining to the History of Negro Education,” Paedagogica Historica, I, No. 2 (1961), pp. 392-394.
40. (With William R. Shunk), “History of Education, Philosophy of Education and Comparative Education: Annotated Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations at the University of Texas, 1923-1958 (First Part),” Scientia Paedagogica; Review of the International Secretariat for the University Study of Education (Belgium), VI, No. 2 (1960), pp. 79-103; (Second Part), VII, No. 1 (1961), pp. 19-38. (Library of Congress, Z5055.U5T395. 6064157).
41. “A Prophecy for Modern Education,” Texas Outlook, LXV, No. 1 (January, 1961), pp. 22-23.
42. “African Education in Southern Rhodesia,” Foreign Education Digest, XXV, No. 3 (January-March, 1961), pp. 13-19.
43. “Continuity Between High School and College,” Educational Leadership, XVIII, No. 6 (March, 1961), pp. 346-350.
44. “George Peabody’s Influence on Southern Educational Philanthropy,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, XX, No. 2 (March, 1961), pp. 65-74.
45. “A Golden Age in American Education: Chicago in the 1890’s,” School & Society, LXXXIX, No. 2189 (March 25, 1961), pp. 146, 151-152.
46. “Francis W. Parker and Public Education in Chicago: The Stormy Career of a Great Educational Reformer,” Chicago Schools Journal, XLII, No. 7 (April, 1961), pp. 305-312.
47. “Negro Education in the U.S.A.: A Partial Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations,” Negro History Bulletin, XXIV, No. 8 (May, 1961), pp. 190-192.
48. “Saturday’s Child (Kwame Nkrumah),” Negro History Bulletin, XXIV, No. 8 (May, 1961), pp. 171-172.
49. (With Judah Pilch), “Doctoral Dissertations in Jewish Education and Related Areas,” Jewish Education, XXXI, No. 3 (Spring, 1961), pp. 60-62.
50. “Abraham Flexner (1886-1959) and Medical Education,” Journal of Medical Education, XXXVI, No. 6 (June, 1961), pp. 709-714.
51. “Jane Addams–Lady Who Cared,” Tradition, IV, No. 8 (August, 1961), pp. 43-47.
52. “Education in the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland,” Chapter XII, African Education South of the Sahara. The Journal of Negro Education, Yearbook Number, XXX, No. 3 (Summer, 1961), pp. 286-293.
53. “School Desegregation: A Partial List of 94 Doctoral Dissertations,” Journal of Human Relations, X, No. 1 (Autumn, 1961), pp. 118-124. (Library of Congress Z5814.D5P3. 62-1451).
54. “African Education in Southern Rhodesia,” Journal of Education (Halifax, Nova Scotia), XI, No. 1 (October, 1961), pp. 25-40.
55. “Negro Education in the U.S.A.: Additional Doctoral Dissertations,” Negro History Bulletin, XXV, No. 1(October, 1961), pp. 23-24.
56. “Selected Journals from Other Lands,” Phi Delta Kappan, XLIII, No. 2 (November, 1961), p. 101.
57. “Congo Plight Discussed by Fulbrighter in Africa,” Daily Texan, LXI, No. 75 (November 29, 1961), p. 2.
58. “Fulbrighter in Rhodesia Discusses Congo Crisis,” Daily Texan, LXI, No. 76 (November 30, 1961), p. 2.
59. “The Community Junior College–Enfant Terrible of American Higher Education: A Bibliography of 225 Doctoral Research Dissertations,” Junior College Journal, XXXII, No. 4 (December, 1961), pp. 193-204. (Library of Congress Z5814.J8P3. 61-47389; 1964 edition: Z5814.J8P29. 64-65295).
60. “Jewish Education: A Partial List of American Doctoral Dissertations,” Jewish Journal of Sociology, III, No. 2 (December, 1961), pp. 192-194.
61. “The Republic of the Congo,” Negro History Bulletin, XXV, No. 3 (December, 1961), pp. 50, 60-61.
62. “UNESCO at 15: Young Adam in Troubled Eden,” School & Society, LXXXIX, No. 2201 (December 16, 1961), pp. 431-433.63.
62-1. “Francis Wayland Parker, 1837-1902,” Paedagogica Historica, I, No. 1 (1961), pp. 120-133. (Library of Congress LB875.P26P3. 61-20086).
63. “American Doctoral Dissertations Pertaining to the History of Catholic Education,” Paedagogica Historica, II, No. 1 (1962), pp. 168-171.
64. “American Doctoral Dissertations Pertaining to the History of Jewish Education,” Paedagogica Historica, II, No. 1 (1962), pp. 171-172.
65. “American Social Worker, Jane Addams,” Ceylon Journal of Social Work, VI, No. 1 (1962), pp. 41-43.
66. “Doctoral Dissertations Pertaining to the History of Adult Education,” Paedagogica Historica, II, No. 2 (1962), pp. 393-394.
67. “British East Africa,” Negro History Bulletin, XXV, No. 4 (January, 1962), pp. 74, 78-82, 95.
68. “The Case of Harold Rugg,” Midwest Quarterly, III, No. 1 (October, 1961), pp. 21-34, same with comprehensive bibliography, Paedagogica Historica, II, No. 1 (1962), pp. 95-122; condensed in the Education Digest, XXVII, No. 6 (February, 1962), pp. 32-35.
69. “Dissertations on Catholic Education,” JCatholic School Journal, LXII, No. 1 (January, 1962), pp. 29-32. (Library of Congress Z7849.P3. 62-64310).
70. “Fifty Years of the Junior High School: Preface to a Bibliography of 131 Doctoral Dissertations,” Chapter XXVII, Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, XLVI, No. 271 (February, 1962), pp. 435-445; preface only, Texas Journal of Secondary Education, XV, No. 2 (Winter, 1962), pp. 13-15.
71. “Southern Africa–Tip of Troubled Continent,” Daily Texan, LXI, No. 142 (March 28, 1962), p. 2.

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