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Of History, Sagas, and the "K Plan:" In Quest of a Usable Past
A talk presented at a Faculty Study on October 22, 2004 that outlines the self-study process.
Cooking Up Sagas - And Not: Representations of Kalamazoo College in a Century of "Boiling Pots"
Based on evidence from the "Boiling Pot," the past century at Kalamazoo College has been witness to two sagas: the first rooted in the concept of a “fellowship in learning” and the second in the “K Plan,” including ...
The Convivial Generation: Sagas and Solidarity Among the Kalamazoo College Faculty in the 1950s and '60s
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2009-09)
The K Plan was a defining saga for faculty as much as students, and the "Fellowship in Learning" that had characterized the College since the time of Allan Hoben persisted into the days of the K Plan, not only in the ...