大経コース便り

大経コース便り

ロジャー・ガイガー教授が大経コースに滞在されています

 

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201810月末より、ロジャー・ガイガー教授(ペンシルバニア州立大学名誉卓越教授)が、日本学術振興会の外国人招聘研究者として大経コースに滞在されています。ガイガー教授はアメリカ大学史の専門家で、大学の歴史全般や研究大学に関する多数の著書をお持ちです。

近年では、植民地時代から第二次世界大戦までのアメリカ大学史を包括的に描いた『アメリカ高等教育史:創設から第二次大戦までの学術と文化(The History of American Higher Education: Learning and Culture from the Founding to World War II)』を刊行されました(プリンストン大学出版部、2014年)。その続編として、『第二次大戦以降のアメリカ高等教育史(American Higher Education since World War II: A History)』を執筆されています(プリンストン大学出版部、2019年刊行予定)。1216日までのコース滞在中、研究会やセミナーをいくつか開催予定です。ぜひ参加下さい。ガイガー教授の詳しい紹介は以下をご覧下さい。

 

 Dr. Roger L. Geiger

 

Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Higher Education Program

Department of Education Policy Studies, Pennsylvania State University

 

Dr. Roger L. Geiger is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Education at The Pennsylvania State University and served as Head of the Higher Education Program for ten years (1996 – 2012). He has written extensively on the history of American higher education, research universities, and higher education policy issues.

His latest book, The History of American Higher Education: Learning and Culture from the Founding to World War II, (Princeton University Press, 2014) received the Outstanding Publication Award for 2015 from AERA Postsecondary Education.

His study of universities and economic development, with co-author Creso Sá, Tapping the Riches of Science: Universities and the Promise of Economic Growth, appeared in 2008 (Harvard University Press). He is also an editor of The Future of the American Public Research University (2007). A study of contemporary research universities and the market forces that have shaped them was published by Stanford University Press in 2004: Knowledge and Money: Research Universities and the Paradox of the Marketplace. New editions of his two volumes on American research universities in the 20th century (To Advance Knowledge: The Growth of American Research Universities, 1900-1940 and Research and Relevant Knowledge: American Research Universities Since World War II) were republished by Transaction Publishers in 2004.

Geiger has been editor of the History of Higher Education Annual since 1993—now retitled Perspectives on the History of Higher Education. In 2000 he published The American College in the Nineteenth Century and “The Reformation of the College in the Early Republic, 1800-1820” (History of Universities).

Geiger has also studied comparative higher education, authoring Private Sectors in Higher Education in 1986 and serving as a section editor of the Encyclopedia of Higher Education (1992).

He received a Ph.D. in history from the University of Michigan (1972), and held various appointments at Yale University Institution for Social and Policy Studies (1974-1987) before joining Penn State.