Austin Scott and the "Seminary in History"
Keywords:Austin Scott, Rutgers, Johns Hopkins, George Bancroft
AbstractAustin Scott (1848-1922) was a professor of History, Political Economy, and Constitutional Law at Rutgers and its president (1891-1906). This article describes the history of the German seminar in higher education in the US and especially its introduction at Rutgers by Scott .
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