1988 Mar. 9
Achebe Chinua (left), once a visiting professor in English and Afro-American studies, holds a drink and laughs as Chancellor Joseph Duffy, to this right, speaks during a reception. Standing next to the Chancellor are Professor Michael Thelwell of Afro American Studies and Professor Jules Chametzky of the English Department.
1985 Apr. 12
Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photographs of the anniversary celebration of Women's Studies at UMass Amherst.
WGBY-TV (Television station : Springfield, Mass.)
Amherst (Mass.) - From the WGBY Ten O'Clock News; reporting on the closing of the UMass-Amherst Tower Library (now W. E. B. Du Bois Library), due to structural issues. Interviews with Siegfried Feller, Assistant Library director, discussing the temporary move to Goodell Library, Jules Chametsky, Massachusetts Society of Professors union president, discussing the impact of the closing and Political ... more
2015 Oct. 15
Amherst (Mass.) - From "Forty Years After: Chinua Achebe and Africa in the Global Imagination" a symposium from the Interdisciplinary Studies Institute.
2013 Apr. 1
Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Jules Chametzky, important figure in the UMass Amherst Department of English, founder of the Massachusetts Review. Youth in Brooklyn and study in Brooklyn College (1946-1950); run-in with anti-Communist hearings in 1950s. Finished PhD in 1958 and came to UMass after being recruited by Leo Marx and Sidney Kaplan; origins of Massachusetts Review; union acti... more