Drawing from Philadelphia's extensive archives as well as the University's own historical records and publications, John L. Puckett and Mark Frazier Lloyd examine Penn's rise to eminence amid the social, moral, and economic forces that transformed major public and private institutions across the nation. 'Becoming Penn' recounts the shared history of university politics and urban policy as the campus grappled with twentieth-century racial tensions, gender inequality, labor conflicts, and economic retrenchment.aDancing in the Arts and Shadows, a Penn Arts and Sciences, Fall 1998, 2; quoted in Lee Benson, Ira Harkavy, and John Puckett, ... Building on Excellence: The Leadership Agenda: A Strategic Plan for the University of Pennsylvania, Almanac Supplement, 23 September 2003, quotes from 6. ... aThe Perelman Quadrangle as Campus Center, a from the essay by the architects on the Perelman Quadrangle, anbsp;...
|Author||:||John L. Puckett, Mark Frazier Lloyd|
|Publisher||:||University of Pennsylvania Press - 2015-04-24|