The humanities :

an appraisal. /
Edited by Julian Harris.
Bibliographic Details
Main Creator: University of Wisconsin.
Contributors: Harris, Julian Earle, 1896-1988.
Format: Book
Published / Created: [Madison] : University of Wisconsin Press, [1950]
Notes:"Published in celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the University of Wisconsin."

Physical description: xx, 168 p ; 22 cm. (8vo)

Table of Contents:
The quick and the dead: a comment on humanistic studies, by C. Brooks.
The humanities and the common reader, by H. M. Jones.
The critic and his text: a clarification and a defense, by C. Brooks.
The function of criticism today, by E. Vivas.
Who killed Cock Robin? Literary values and the academic mind, by P. M. Buck.
Historical and humanistic values, by H. M. Jones.
The centrality of humanistic study, by N. M. Pusey.
The special significance of the humanities in liberal education, by C. G. Kuebler.
Humanism in science, by H. Guerlac.
The humanities as a basis for a community of peoples, by H.L. Nostrand.
The fine arts as a humanistic study, by W. Stechow.
The social aspects of art, by S. Chermayeff.
The function of art in the human economy, by E. Vivas.
The divorce of music and learning, by D.J. Grout.
Music and the listening audience, by R. Kolisch.