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Limited Engagement: Kirkland College 1965-1978, an Intimate History of the Rise And Fall of a Coordinate College for Women After Three Years Of Planning, Kirkland College Opened In 1968 As A Small, Liberal Arts College For Women, Coordinate To Hamilton College In Upstate New York The Author Was The First, Last And Only President Planners Envisioned A Female Counterpart Of Hamilton Which Could Introduce Women Without Distressing Alumni, And Allow Needed Curricular Expansion.But Kirkland S Advisors And Administrators Wanted Innovation Its Openness, Inclusiveness And Curricular Choices Were Affronted Many Hamiltonians When, At Last, Kirkland Sought Further Support To Undertake A Necessary Endowment Campaign, Hamilton Let The Young College Go Under In A Contentious And Wasteful Way It Closed In 1978.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 613 pages
  • Limited Engagement: Kirkland College 1965-1978, an Intimate History of the Rise And Fall of a Coordinate College for Women
  • Samuel Fisher Babbitt
  • English
  • 08 January 2018

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