The Pacific era; a collection of speeches and other discourse in conjunction with the fortieth anniversary of the founding of the University of Hawaii, edition by William Wyatt Davenport; foreword by Gregg M. Sinclair.

; Davenport, William W., editor
Honolulu, Univ. of Hawaii Press, 1948.

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George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
DU 1 .H3 Off-site
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
DU1 .H38 Off-site
Off-Campus Shelving
DU1 .H3 Available Request
Other Authors Davenport, William W.,
Subjects Civilization, Modern.
Hawaii -- Politics and government.
Pacific Ocean.
Politics and government
Description xii, 274 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1948.
Contents The Pacific era. Science and men in the Pacific era, by Charles Seymour. Recent social trends in the Pacific, by J.F. Steiner. Technological progress and the Pacific society, by K.T. Compton. Obligations to public service in the Pacific era, by Charles Seymour. The role of the university in the Pacific, by K.T. compton. Resolved: That Hawaii should be granted statehood; debate between Stanford University and the University of Hawaii.- Higher education. The liberal arts college in the modern university, by H.L. Bevis. Education and the public service, by H.L. Bevis. Mainland college life in missionary times, by G.F. Whicher. What now in European education? By P.L. Dengler. University education in Great Britain and America, by F.G. Mann. Education in old and new China, by William Hung. Ke kula nui, by Willard Wilson.- The atomic age. From the threshold of the atomic age, by K.T. Compton. Freedom and obligation in American democracy, by Charles Seymour. On freedom of worship, by K.T. Compton. University contributions to foreign policy, by Charles Seymour. Poetry and civilization, by G.F. Whicher.
Geographic Area Pacific Ocean
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3060901
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