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1972 Feb.

Amherst College Black student takeover: student interviews

Amherst (Mass.) - Interviews with Amherst College students after Black takeover.

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1964 Jan. 15

Kermode, Frank, 1919-2010

Two English apocalypses part 1

Amherst (Mass.) - Lecture drawing on the Faerie Queen and Lady Chatterley's Lover.

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1965 May 20

Montagu, Ashley, 1905-1999

Education for humanity

Amherst (Mass.) - Lecture delivered at meeting of Mass. School Counselors Association at UMass Amherst. Argument that we are not engaged in education, but mere instruction, and not geared toward thinking.

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1972 June 4

Davis, Adelle

Lecture by Adelle Davis

Amherst (Mass.) - Discussion with nutritionist Adelle Davis.

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1966 Dec. 8

Luening, Otto, 1900-1996

Significant trends in twentieth century music part 2

South Hadley (Mass.) - Lecture to Phi Beta Kappa chapter, Mount Holyoke College.

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1974 Oct. 3

Jackson, Lester

George Jackson assassination

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview (apparently taped off television) with Lester Jackson about the assassination of his son, George, in prison.

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1966 Nov. 5

Carnovsky, Morris

Theatre, time of transition, rearguard action part 2

South Hadley (Mass.) - Part 2 of lecture delivered at opening of Rooke Theater, Mount Holyoke College.

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1981 May 24

Commencement addresses by Shirley Chisholm and Betty Friedan

Amherst (Mass.) - Commencement addresses at Mount Holyoke (Chisholm) and Smith (Friedan).

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1965 Nov. 10

Kirkendall, Lester Allen, 1903-

Is there a sexual revolution? part 1

South Hadley (Mass.) - Lecture at Mount Holyoke College: arguing there is not a true revolution.

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1959 Nov. 11

Domar, Evsey D.

Lecture by Evsey Domar on the Soviet Union

Amherst (Mass.) - Lecture (begins in progress) on visiting collective farms near Odessa, factories in Kiev, schools in Moscow, etc., and cautions to tourists visiting Russia that they are seeing what the authorities allow them to see. Academics and teaching of economics in Soviet Union. Domar was a Russian-born Keynesian economist at MIT.

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