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The challenge of constantly changing times : from home economics to human ecology at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1903-2003

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Apple, Rima D. (Rima Dombrow), 1944-
The challenge of constantly changing times : from home economics to human ecology at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1903-2003
ISBN 1-893311-39-2
Madison, Wisconsin: Parallel Press, University of Wisconsin--Madison Libraries, 2003
xxviii, 231 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Contents

[Cover] The challenge of constantly changing times: from home economics to human ecology at the University of Wisconsin--Madison 1903-2003

[Half-title] The challenge of constantly changing times, pp. [i]-[ii]

[Title page] The challenge of constantly changing times: from home economics to human ecology at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1903-2003, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Table of contents, pp. [v]-[vi]

[Contents] List of illustrations, pp. vii-xi

[Foreword], Douthitt, Robin A. pp. xii-xv

Acknowledgments, pp. xvi-xvii

[Introduction], pp. xviii-xxviii

[Part 1: Domestic science to human ecology], Apple, Rima D.; Coleman, Joyce p. 1

Chapter 1: The beginning, 1903-1908: "the final test of the teaching of home economics is freedom", pp. 1-14 ff.

[Chapter 2: The expansion of home economics, 1909-1939: "the greatest need of America today is a wisely educated womanhood"], pp. 16-46 ff.

[Chapter 3: Consolidation, 1939-1961: "personal and family life have been greatly enhanced by the knowledge and skills... acquired at the U. W."], pp. 48-67

[Chapter 4: Turbulence, 1961-1985: "the school is literally attacking societal problems that focus on family life with a definite objective of making the world better"], pp. 68-91

[Chapter 5: Toward the second century, 1985-present: "home ec is no longer dominated by 'cooking and sewing.'], pp. 92-101

[Part 2: Case studies], p. 102

[Chapter 6: Changing curriculum and the practice cottage], Pasch, Judith E. pp. 102-119

[Chapter 7: Student organizations within home economics], King, Susan R. pp. 120-[147]

[Chapter 8: Helen Tracy Parsons (1886-1977): a passion for science and learning], Zenner, Greta Marie pp. 148-162 ff.

[Chapter 9: The legacy of Helen Louise Allen], Marcinkus, Andrea Kolasinski pp. 164-186

Appendix A: Chronology of administrators, p. 187

[Appendix B: Chronology of majors], pp. 188-189

[Appendix C: Department/program descriptions], pp. 190-210 ff.

[Appendix D: timeline for the history of the School of Human Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison], pp. 212-223

Resources, pp. 224-225

Index, pp. 226-231 ff.

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