Historians of higher education need to review this issue and the twenty-five volumes of History of Universities. As a result, they are likely to deepen their knowledge of specific institutions, individuals, groups, and disciplines. And, they may expand their research to new topics and to areas outside of Western Europe and the United States. Mark Oromaner, H-Education
About the Author
Mordecai Feingold is Professor of History at the California Institute of Technology.