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Michio Masui: The Function of Literature - Comparative Observations (Reel 2 / Side 1)

This reel contains Michio Masui speaking at the University of Denver on April 11 1973 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. The primary topic for his lecture is the function of literature…

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Francis Myers: Notes on a Fault in Modern Experience (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Francis Myers speaking at the University of Denver during the 1965 winter/spring English Department Lecture Series. The topic of his lecture is primarily the conflict between…

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Wayne Carver: The Grand Inquisitor's Long March (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Wayne Carver speaking at the University of Denver on March 31 1966. The title of his lecture is "The Grand Inquisitor's Long March". Carver discusses…

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Accelerate Webinar Series: Data Visualization, Make an Impact Without Sophisticated Algorithms

As business professionals, we all have mountains of data. Instead of sifting through spreadsheets trying to find the “needle in the haystack”, we should utilize today’s powerful…

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Interview of Roddy MacInnes

Interview of Roddy in regards to photography and memory

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Activism & Inclusion: The Story of Us, Self, & Now in Racial Justice Movements |University of Denver

In this interactive workshop, we will share a storytelling framework- the story of us, self, and now- that participants can use to delve into their own positionalities and stakes in racial justice…

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Radicalizing Psychotherapy: From Multiculturalism to Abolition | University of Denver

What could psychotherapists stand to learn from abolitionist movements? How might abolitionist ideas radicalize psychotherapy practices in ways that seek to dismantle white supremacy and colonialism,…

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Critical Conversations - LGBTQ+ Perspectives | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, etc.). For LGBTQ+ communities, the existence of COVID-19…

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Native American Photography Panel | University of Denver

This panel of Native American photographers will come together for a discussion of how contemporary Native photographers are making meaning of their work, which includes how they design and…

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Johnson Iola Starr recounts the history of the Feburary 16th 1936 avalanche that destroyed the Hesperus (Doyle) mine 1976 February 16 (Side A)

Iola Starr Johnson describes her memories of the big avalanche that wiped out the Hesperus mine on Feburary 16 1936 and took the lives of 6 Mancos residents. She also reads an account of the…

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Oral history interviews with Wilson Mary; Roberts Milton-Florence; and Decker Maria 1975 (Side A)

Dorothy Trevino interviews early citizens of Mancos Colorado about the establishment of the town of Mancos homesteading and the early settlers. These interviews on audio cassette were intended to be…

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