5 edition of social museum as an instrument of university teaching found in the catalog.
social museum as an instrument of university teaching
Francis Greenwood Peabody
|Statement||by Francis G. Peabody ... A classified list of the collections in the Social museum of Harvard university to January, 1908.|
|Series||Publications of the Department of social ethics in Harvard university., no. 1|
|LC Classifications||HV10.H3 P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||08031183|
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Ward On the educational uses of museums / Edward Forbes The social museum as an instrument of university teaching / Francis G. Peabody The relation of the art museum to a university / Edward W.
Forbes Training museum workers / Homer R. Dill Museums. Full text of "The social museum as an instrument of university teaching" See other formats. (–), also a museum administrator, argued for the primacy of the aesthetic role of a museum, that it be considered a temple for the contemplation of beauty.
He felt that art galleries, especially in contrast to university museums, were not well suited for formal education. The third position, emphasizing the social responsibil.
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Highlights of the collection include 19th-century anatomical models made by companies including Tramond of Paris, and a set of watercolour drawings produced for the standard anatomical text book, Anatomy in the Living Model (London, ).
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