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Recounts the history and development of Jesuit higher education in the American South. R. Eric Platt hypothesises that the identity and mission of southern Jesuit colleges and universities may have functioned as catalytic concepts that affected the "town and gown” relationships between the institutions and their host communities in ways that influenced whether they failed or adapted to survive.

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Recounts the history and development of Jesuit higher education in the American South. R. Eric Platt hypothesises that the identity and mission of southern Jesuit colleges and universities may have functioned as catalytic concepts that affected the "town and gown” relationships between the institutions and their host communities in ways that influenced whether they failed or adapted to survive.
Autorenporträt
R. Eric Platt is an associate professor of higher and adult education at the University of Memphis. He is the author of Educating the Sons of Sugar: Jefferson College and the Creole Planter Class of South Louisiana.