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Bruce Rice on 'Academic Freedom' from 2/23/71 War Crimes Tribunal Rally; Alternative Higher Education; Richard Lickton ELF Bay Area School Univ; Peripheral VS. Central Issues in General Education (KPFA), 1971
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
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Bruce Rice on ‚Academic Freedom‚ from Tuesday, February 23, 1971 -- Live on KPFA: War Crimes Tribunal Rally + Alternative Higher Education. Panel: Richard Lichtman, Education Liberation Front (ELF) and Bay Area School; Alan Byrne, ELF; Karen McNally, University Without Walls (UWW); and Bill Flumenbaum, UWW. The Educating Society: The unusual commencement address prepared for delivery at San Jose State College on January 31 by Nevitt Sanford, distinguished educator, member of the Stanford faculty, and head of the Wright Institute in Berkeley. Dr. Sanford refused to cross the picket lines of striking faculty members at San Jose State in order to deliver the address. It was subsequently recorded at KPFA‚Äôs request. The Aims of Education: Wayne Booth, professor of Englidh and former Dean of the College at the University of Chicago, describes the skills of the mind which are the goals of liberal education and which are needed as much to avoid dangerous social and political thoughtlessness as to create revolutionary new ideas. C.P.E. Lecture: ‚Higher Learning‚ by David Horowitz. Horowitz, an editor of Ramparts magazine, dissects and analyzes the close connection between the financial powers of the United States and American Academia, specifically the social sciences. The University in Danger: KQED - Jim Bennett with UC professors (4/27/71). Working for the University: Marjorie Green and Kathy McKim, president and vice-president respectively, of a recently formed union of non-academic employees on the Berkeley campus of the University of California, talk with Don Porshe. Peripheral Vs. Central Issues in General Education: Frederick Reif, professor of physics at UC Berkeley proposes greater academic incentives for first-rate teachers plus effectiveness of modern technology to multiply the reach of their words and ideas. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 217 Reel 5a
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Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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