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Laurence Russ Veysey (1932–2004) was a historian best known for his history of higher education, The Emergence of the American University. He also wrote The Communal Experience.[1]

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  • Beecher, Jonathan (October 2005). "Remembering Laurence Veysey (1933-2004)". History of Education Quarterly. 45 (3): 407–411. ISSN 0018-2680. JSTOR 20461988.
  • Carey, Kevin (October 29, 2015). "Academe's Outcast Prophet". The Chronicle of Higher Education. Archived from the original on October 31, 2015.
  • Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz (October 2005). "In the Wake of Laurence Veysey: Re-Examining the Liberal Arts College". History of Education Quarterly. 45 (3): 420–426. ISSN 0018-2680. JSTOR 20461990.
  • Loss, Christopher P. (October 2005). "Introduction". History of Education Quarterly. 45 (3): 405–406. ISSN 0018-2680. JSTOR 20461987.
  • Reuben, Julie A. (October 2005). "Writing When Everything Has Been Said: The History of American Higher Education following Laurence Veysey's Classic". History of Education Quarterly. 45 (3): 412–419. ISSN 0018-2680. JSTOR 20461989.