Itzkoff, Seymour William
ITZKOFF, Seymour William
ITZKOFF, Seymour William. American. Genres: Education, Biography, Philosophy. Career: Professor, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, since 1965 (Director of Campus School, 1968-71). Faculty member, Herbert Lehman College, NYC, 1960-65. Publications: Cultural Pluralism and American Education, 1969; Ernst Cassirer: Scientific Knowledge and the Concept of Man, 1971, 2nd ed., 1997; A New Public Education, 1976; Ernst Cassirer, Philosopher of Culture, 1977; Emanuel Feuermann: Virtuoso, 1979, 2nd ed. 1995; The Form of Man, 1983; Triumph of the Intelligent, 1985; How We Learn to Read, 1986; Why Humans Vary in Intelligence, 1987; The Making of the Civilized Mind, 1990; Human Intelligence and National Power, 1991; The Road To Equality, 1992; The Decline of Intelligence in America, 1994; Children Learning to Read, 1996. Address: Smith College, Wright Hall 119, Dept. of Education and Child Study, Northampton, MA 01063, U.S.A.