Judith A. CHAPMAN

Scope and Content

Contains the following:

  • Manuscript lecture notes on 'Human Movement Studies – an historical perspective';
  • Typescript notes on 'Classical and Neo-Classical Philosophies of Movement and their repercussions on Movement Education';
  • photocopies of press cuttings from The Times Higher Education Supplement featuring the article 'Coffee studies as a model for academic rigour in physical education' published on 6 June 1975 and letters to the editor in response to the article published on 20 June and 4 July 1975

Administrative / Biographical History

Bedford College of Higher Education tutor (1976-1982).

Judith Chapman commenced full-time employment at Bedford College of Higher Education in September 1976. In January 1982 she became part-time in order to take up a new post at the University of Surrey and finally left Bedford in August 1982 to focus on the foundation of the National Resource Centre for Dance at the University of Surrey.