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Phone: (734) 647-5717
Email: mtoday@umich.edu
Twitter: @michigantoday

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  • PAUL WIENER - 1966;1978

    I’m wondering if the old or archived issues of Michigan Today are available online. If so, where. If not, why not? Thanks.

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  • charles rathbone

    I’m looking for the stories about John Dewey early and later periods at Michigan that were available on the web. Are these two articles available anywhere else? They were really solid background information on John and Alice.
    Thank you for whatever help you might provide.
    CR

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    • Deborah Holdship

      Hi, Charles:
      Try these two links to access PDFs of the print version of Michigan Today:
      http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/61088
      This PDF includes the story: “John Dewey at Michigan: The University, and the iconoclastic student who became his wife, shifted the philosopher away from his early orthodoxies”
      AND: http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/61015. This PDF follows up with: “John Dewey at Michigan: The birth of Pragmatism: The philosopher’s second Ann Arbor Period, 1889-1884 (Part 2)”

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      • Charles Rathbone

        Perfect!

        THANK YOU so much, Deborah. This is exactly what i was searching for.

        CR

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    • Deborah Holdship

      Hi, Charles: Print versions of Michigan Today are archived at Deep Blue, a University Library archive. You can find PDFs of articles about John Dewey and U-M here:

      Michigan Today (Vol. 29 No. 02)
      http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/61088
      “John Dewey at Michigan: The University, and the iconoclastic student who became his wife, shifted the philosopher away from his early orthodoxies”

      And this URL follows it up with:
      Michigan Today (Vol. 29 No. 03)
      http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/61015
      “John Dewey at Michigan: The birth of Pragmatism: The philosopher’s second Ann Arbor Period, 1889-1884 (Part 2)”

      Best of luck! Deborah Holdship

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