UWP

Swansea University

Campus and Community in a Post-War World, 1945–2020

Awdur(on): Sam Blaxland

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Hanes

  • Mehefin 2020 · 352tudalen · 234x156mm

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‘Deeply researched and elegantly written, this book is essential reading for alumni, staff and students at Swansea. And it deserves a wider readership. It will appeal to all historians of higher education, to policy makers and university leaders, and to anyone interested in how the past may help shape the future of teaching and research in Wales and beyond.’
-Professor William Whyte, University of Oxford

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Acknowledgementsvi
List of Figuresx
List of Tablesxiv
Abbreviationsxv
Note on terms and place namesxvii
Note on oral history interviews.xviii
Introduction1
Chapter 1 – ‘Communities of learning’: Intellectual and Economic Reconstruction, 1945–1956.40
Chapter 2 – ‘A Quiet Revolution’: Campus and Community Life, 1947–1964.102
Chapter 3 – ‘How in hell can we cool them down?’: Politics and Protest, 1964–1973157
Chapter 4 – ‘Don’t be so Complacent!’: Crisis and Cutbacks, 1973 – 1988.219
Chapter 5 – ‘Change with the times’: Marketisation and Commercialisation, 1988–2020.272
Conclusion330
Bibliography340
Appendices373

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