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Howard Somers Conant papers, 1944-1987

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Series 2:Writings, 1944-1985
0.5 Linear feet
Box 1

Materials include autobiographical statements, draft manuscripts of articles, lectures, and panel discussion transcripts, by Conant or related to his work.
Writings by people other than Conant, including Victor D'Amico, Buckmaster Fuller, and Maxine Greene, are noted in the Container Listing.
Writings are arranged in rough chronological order.
DescriptionContainerSelect
Autobiographical Statements, 1944-1985
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11
The Role of the Arts in Art Education, 1956 May 7
1
12
Modern Art and Popular Understanding, 1956 December 17
1
13
Artistic Principles and Ethical Practices in the Publication of Books, Magazines, and Newspapers, 1957 July 1
1
14
The Role of Arts in Education, 1957 October 18
1
15
"Realities" Article, 1958
1
16
The Arts in Contemporary Life, 1958 January 13
1
17
The Art Educator as Teacher-Artist-Scholar, 1958 February 14
1
18
Evaluation, Stereotypes, and the Need for Creativity in Art Education, 1958 February 15
1
19
The Art Teacher as Artist and Scholar, and His Role in Education, 1958 March 28
1
20
Statement at the Research and Art Education Panel of NCOAE, The Museum of Modern Art, 1958 April 26
1
21
Florida Art Teacher's Association Summary Talk Notes, 1958 October 25
1
22
New York University Survey on Artists Education, 1959
1
23
The Role of the Arts in Education, 1959 April 4
1
24
The Arts in Contemporary Society, 1959 May 6
1
25
Art Education vs. Sophisticated Barbarianism, 1960 April 22
1
26
Art Education: Quality in Teaching, 1961
1
27
The Role of Art in Secondary Education, 1961 March 4
1
28
A Philosophy of Creative Art Education, 1961 March 23
1
29
The Arts in Art Education, 1961 October 27
1
30
"Can Art be Taught," by Victor D'Amico, 1962
1
31
America's Cultural Responsibilities for the Arts, circa 1962
1
32
Testimony on Senate Bills 741, 785, and 1250, 1962 August 31
1
33
Can Art be Taught?, 1962 December 11-21
1
34
America's Cultural Responsibilities for the Arts, 1963
1
35
The Education and Certification of Teachers of Art, 1963 March 11
1
36
An Artist-Educator Views Creativity and Aesthetics, An Address Delivered at the George Peabody College for Teachers, 1963 July 9
1
37
Pursuit of Excellence, 1963 October 9
1
38
Summary of 7-Session Seminar on Art Education Today, 1964
1
39
Speech by Buckmaster Fuller at the U.S. National Science Foundation, Sponsored by New York University Seminar on Art Education, 1964 October
1
40
On the Education of Artists, 1965 April 5
1
41
A "Raison D'Etre" for Aesthetic Excellence in Advertising Design, 1965 April 14
1
42
Final Report of the Pilot Phase of the Library of Education Fund Research Project, 1966 October 15
1
43
The Cultural Explosion and the School Curriculum, 1967 April 3
1
44
The Architectural Contribution to the Theatre, 1967 June 1
1
45
Graduate Study in Art - A Prognosis, 1970 March 13
1
46
Consultant's Report by Howard Conant, 1971
1
47
"Popular Culture, The Arts, and Education" by Maxine Greene, 1971 November
1
48
Season of Decline, 1972
1
49
The Art Experience and the Work of Art, 1973 November 15
1
50
Art and the Environment, circa 1974
1
51
The Nature and Function of Leadership in the Arts, 1975 February 28
1
52
Leadership in the Arts, 1975 May 6
1
53
Judgmental Misconceptions in Art, circa 1976
1
54
Some Thoughts Concerning the Responsibilities of Administrators in Art Education, 1976 June 30
1
55
An Address to a Symposium of the California Art Education Association, 1976 October 9
1
56
Signs of a Renaissance in Art Education, 1977 October 29
1
57
Interview by James Stewart, 1985
1
58
The Pursuit of Excellence, 1985 November 5
1
59
By Buckmaster Fuller, 1946-1967
1
60
Miscellaneous, undated
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61

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