According to the Harvard Annual President’s Report (p. 90), this course was taught by Thomas Nixon Carver in the second semester of the academic year 1919-20. Attending the course were 10 graduate students; 13 seniors, 29 juniors, 11 Sophomores, 1 Freshman; 14 students from other departments/divisions. ____________________________________ In the Official Register of Harvard University (Vol.
This is the Chicago version of the course taught at Harvard by Cummings, Carver and then Mason. The Spring Quarter of 1938 began March 28. The lecture notes taken by Norman M. Kaplan are for this course that met Tuesdays and Thursdays with his notes dated Mar 29, Mar 31, Apr 5, Apr 12, Apr 19, Apr 21, Apr 26, Apr 28,
Source: Amherst Yearbook Olio ’96 (New York, 1894), pp. 7-9. Picture above from frontispiece. Another link. _____________________ JOHN BATES CLARK, who fills the Chair of Political Economy at Amherst, was born January 26, 1847, in Providence, R. I. His father, John H. Clark, was a manufacturer; his mother was the daughter of Dr. Thomas
Source: An eight page pamphlet (undated), the third, in a bound collection of 14 miscellaneous pamphlets of Columbia University Colleges and Universities (New York Public Library ID# 3 3433 08006932 5, call number: STG (Columbia) p.v.2). From course catalogues it is clearly Richmond Mayo-Smith‘s course. Judging from the date of last journal article, we can date
In this posting we have a compilation of virtually all the graduate courses in economics (and sociology) offered at the major graduate schools in the U.S. at the end of the 19th century. Source Barnard Brown BrynMawr California Chicago Columbia Cornell Harvard Hopkins Stanford Michigan Minnesota Missouri NYU Northwestern Pennsylvania Princeton Radcliffe Vanderbilt Wellesley WesternReserve
Compilations of graduate courses in all fields were published by a Committee of the Graduate Club of Harvard in cooperation with committees of similar clubs at other universities for the last six academic years of the 19th century: 1893-94 edition 1894-95 edition 1895-96 edition 1896-97 edition 1897-98 edition 1898-99 edition After the sixth edition for 1898-99, the “The publication
University of Chicago The Regulations of the University of Chicago (Chicago, 1903) ARTICLE VIII. INSTRUCTION. Section 1.—Courses of instruction provided by the University are organized under the following Departments: The Schools and Colleges of Arts, Literature, and Science. I. Philosophy. II. Political Economy.
General Junior College Courses Senior College and Graduate Courses Seminars Source: University of Chicago. Annual Register: July, 1899-July, 1900 with Announcements for 1900-1901. 1900. The Department of Political Economy COURSES OF INSTRUCTION. Summer Quarter, 1900—Spring Quarter, 1901. M=Minor course=a single course for six weeks. Mj=Major course=a single course for twelve weeks.
Courses Offered by the FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE and the several undergraduate faculties Announcement 1905-07 Fifth Series, No. 10 March 25, 1905 Columbia University Bulletin of Information History, Economics and Public Law Hathitrust copy ________________________ OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, Ph.D., LL.D., President JOHN W. BURGESS, Ph.D., LL.D., Ruggles
From assignments and suggested readings as found in the notes taken by Frank W. Fetter (obituary), son of the economist Frank Albert Fetter. Frank W. Fetter received an A.M. in economics from Harvard. Most of the items below are written at the start of his notes for the class-days Fetter attended. Approximately 110 pages of class/reading notes