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Ellis K. Skinner "Days of '49"

19th Century Folk Song

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Oral history interview with Richard Tripp March 1 1981. 1981 March 1

Mr. Richard Tripp taught in Oklahoma at a mental institution for two years Zuni New Mexico for three years and at the time of the interview was currently teaching in Massachusetts. Interviewed by…

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Catalyst Series for Social Justice: Kali Fajardo-Anstine - The Power of Storytelling

In this interactive webinar, Kali discussed her book Sabrina & Corina and discuss storytelling as a way to retain history and promote social justice. Attendees then engaged in an interactive…

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Erica Chenoweth Highlight

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Erica Chenoweth DUing Research Highlight - Non Violent Political Resistance

Erica Chenoweth, Ph.D. is Associate Professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver and an Associate Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute of…

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Oral History Interview with Robert Bates 2000 November 10

Oral history interview with Robert Bates an eminent American Alpine Club member. Bates enumerates his climbs of Mount McKinley Mount Washington K2 White Mountains the Alps Mount Alverstone Mount…

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Elizabeth Sewell: Keeping Nonsense at Bay (Reel 1 / Side 1 and 2)

This reel contains Elizabeth Sewell speaking at the University of Denver on May 9 1973. The title of her lecture is "Keeping Nonsense at Bay." She spends her introduction differentiating…

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Irving Howe: The Idea of the Modern (Reel 1 / Side 2)

This reel contains Irving Howe literary critic speaking at the University of Denver in March of 1965. This is the second side of the reel. The side begins soon after the first side cut off however…

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Irving Howe: The Idea of the Modern (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Irving Howe literary critic speaking at the University of Denver in March of 1965. The theme of the lecture is the literary movement of modernism. Howe begins by speaking about…

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Arthur Gilbert: Literature and International Politics (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Arthur Gilbert University of Denver professor speaking at the University of Denver as part of the English Department Lecture Series on April 14 1969. The primary focus of…

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Saunders Redding: Black Literature and Political Climates (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains J. Saunders Redding speaking at the University of Denver on May 28 1969. As the title of the lecture suggests--Black Literature and Political Climates--Redding discusses the effect…

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Leslie Fiedler: Ecstasy and Myth - The Irrationality of Literature (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Leslie Fiedler speaking at the University of Denver. The exact date of the recording is unknown however as the lecture was part of the English Lecture Series it can be assumed the…

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Nathan Scott: The American Negro Writer and the Dialectic of Despair (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Dr. Nathan Scott--at the time chair of Literature and Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School--speaking at the University of Denver on Thursday April 20 1967. Dr.…

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Edward Twining: The 'Sick Society' - Some Notes Toward an Analysis of the Analyses (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Edward Twining associate professor at the University of Denver at the time lecturing at DU in 1969. The lecture pertains to the notion that society is 'sick' and Twining…

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Marie Winn: Children as an Audience (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains a lecture at the University of Denver by Marie Winn. The lecture is titled "Children as an Audience". Winn discusses the notion that the modern perception of children is…

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Robert D. Richardson: The Uses of Structural Criticism (Reel 1 / Side 2)

This reel contains Robert Richardson a once University of Denver professor discussing the uses of structural criticism in literature. Richardson proceeds to outline several examples of literary…

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