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Broadcasts (162)
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WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection (162)

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Amherst (Mass.) (96)
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Amherst (Mass.) - October Lecture (formerly Lugard Lectures) via Nigerian Broadcasting Corp. discussing importance of community to writers and examining the case of post-colonial Nigeria.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Achebe, Chinua
1975 Sept. 13
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Washington (D.C.) - Segment on scourge of drugs at home and among Americans traveling abroad.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Alexson, Gary
1970 Mar. 27
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Northampton (Mass.) - Political radicals and organizers. Lecture delivered at Smith College.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Alinsky, Saul David, 1909-1972
1967 Feb. 21
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Amherst (Mass.) - Asimov lecturing on predicting the future, science fiction.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
1978 May 11
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Auden, former faculty member, reading at Mt. Holyoke.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973
1969 Mar.
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Discussing the style, content, and form of Bragg's poetry. Includes Bragg reading his own poems.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Bagg, Robert
1971 Nov. 16
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Amherst (Mass.) - Discussion of writer's responsibility in the world, socio-cultural context, role in society. Recorded at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, UMass Amherst.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Baldwin, James, 1924-1987
1986
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Amherst (Mass.) - Interview on Native activism and the American Indian Movement; interviewer unidentified.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Bellecourt, Vernon
1976 Sept. 15
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Amherst (Mass.) - Commencement address.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Bly, Robert
1971 June 4
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Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with poet Robert Bly, head of American Writers Against the Vietnam War, on rise of antiwar movement; war and violence; Capitalism and American psyche; human biology and political behavior; Richard Nixon; Cold War; Altamont concert.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Bly, Robert
1970 Mar. 15