An Historical Investigation Of, And a Visual Supplement To, the Educational Innovations of the Chautauqua Institution in the Late Nineteenth-Century
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Teaching and Leadership
Speech education, Audio visual education, New York State
Communication | Education
The purpose of this study is to document some of the unique and important contributions which the Chautauqua Institution at Chautauqua, New York made to American education in the late nineteenth century. Although this is a historical study, Chautauqua still exists as a thriving institution. Consequently, an attempt is made to describe and compare its present functions with those which were instituted during the first summers of its existence. There are two specific areas of concentration: speech and audio-visual education.
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Malcolm, John Philip, "An Historical Investigation Of, And a Visual Supplement To, the Educational Innovations of the Chautauqua Institution in the Late Nineteenth-Century" (1972). Teaching and Leadership - Dissertations. Paper 188.