Academic Alliances in Foreign Languages and Literatures: A Collaborative Vision for Our Future

@inproceedings{Silber1990AcademicAI,
  title={Academic Alliances in Foreign Languages and Literatures: A Collaborative Vision for Our Future},
  author={Ellen S. Silber},
  year={1990}
}
THE HUMANITIES SCHOLAR who spends long hours alone doing research in a library carrel (the present-day version of the Ivory Tower), is a symbol of the academic life. College professors are also proverbially known for their fierce independence and insistence on the non-interference of others in matters intellectual. Teachers in the public schools, on the other hand, lead a very different existence. Their long hours are spent in the classroom and, in many cases, on hall duty, in the lunchroom and… CONTINUE READING