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History of Universities: Volume XXX / 1-2

Mordechai Feingold

Abstract

This double issue of The History of Universities series contains the customary mix of learned texts and book review chapters which look further into the history of higher education. The volume is a combination of original research and invaluable reference material. The texts include those by George Rust, Benet Perera, John Warren, Andrew Reeves, and John W. Boyer. Topics include anatomy, religious education in thirteenth-century England, teaching and debating in medieval Paris, and the history of the University of Chicago and University of Oxford.

Keywords: universities, higher education, history, anatomy, religious education, teaching, debating, University of Chicago, University of Oxford

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2017 Print ISBN-13: 9780198807025
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2017 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198807025.001.0001

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Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Mordechai Feingold, editor
Professor of History, California Institute of Technology

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‘Origenian Platonisme’ in Interregnum Cambridge: Three Academic Texts by George Rust, 1656 and 1658

Marilyn A. Lewis, Davide A. Secci, and Christian Hengstermann, with assistance from John H. Lewis, and Benjamin Williams*

The Messiah Promised in the Holy Scripture Came a Long Time Ago

Marilyn A. Lewis, Davide A. Secci, Christian Hengstermann, John H. Lewis, and Benjamin Williams

George Rust, University of Cambridge Commencement Day Divinity Act Verses

Marilyn A. Lewis, Davide A. Secci, Christian Hengstermann, John H. Lewis, and Benjamin Williams

The Holy Scripture Tells of the Resurrection from the Dead, nor does Reason Oppose It: The soul Separated does not Sleep

Marilyn A. Lewis, Davide A. Secci, Christian Hengstermann, John H. Lewis, and Benjamin Williams