FORWARD-THINKING TRAINING

Stanford has been interdisciplinary at its core for decades. In the 1920s, journalism studies moved from the English department to the new School of Social Sciences.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE STANFORD DAILY ARCHIVES

TEACHING

Faculty who taught in the 1920s:

  • Waldo Abbot, 1925-1926, Elementary and Advanced Practice
  • John M. Baker, 1926-1927, Elementary and Advanced Practice
  • Buford O. Brown, 1924-1935, Law of the Press; Editoral Writing; Business Management
  • John Herald Casey, 1927-1928, Elementary and Advanced Practice
  • Paul Hibbert Clyde, 1920-1923, Advertising; Editorial Management
  • John Jay Cuddy, 1920-1924, Advertising
  • Thomas George Irwin, 1928-1931, News Writing; Copy Reading; Law for the Journalist
  • Waldo J . Marra, 1928-1930, Business Management
  • Warren Paul Staniford, 1918-1920, News Writing; Practical Reporting; Advertising
  • Frank J. Taylor, 1927-1928, Feature Article

Course offerings in the 1920s:

1920 Stanford Bulletin
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1921 Stanford Bulletin
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1922 Stanford Bulletin
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1923 Stanford Bulletin
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1924 Stanford Bulletin
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1925 Stanford Bulletin
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1926 Stanford Bulletin
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1927 Stanford Bulletin
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1928 Stanford Bulletin
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1929 Stanford Bulletin
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Stanford President’s Annual Reports from the 1920s:

1920
1920 President's Annual Report
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1921
1921 President's Annual Report
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1925
1925 President's Annual Report
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1926
1926 President's Annual Report
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1927
1927 President's Annual Report
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1928
1928 President's Annual Report
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1929
1929 President's Annual Report
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RESEARCH

Books by faculty in the 1920s: