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Professor of American intellectual history, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-1980 : oral history transcript / 1999.

Author: Henry Farnham May; Ann Lage; David T Bailey; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Family, youth, and public school education in Berkeley; undergraduate years at University of California, social life and radical politics on campus, 1933-1937; graduate study in American history at Harvard University, 1937-1941: friendships, mentors, marriage, attitudes toward communism and the war in Europe; teaching at Lawrence College; World War II service in the Pacific as a Japanese language officer; professor  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Farnham May; Ann Lage; David T Bailey; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
OCLC Number: 45073337
Notes: Forms part of: University history series, Department of History at Berkeley.
Description: Transcript: 1 volumes (xii, 218 pages) : portrait ; 29 cm audio tapes: 14 audiocassettes
Other Titles: University of California history series.
Responsibility: Henry F. May ; with an introduction by David T. Bailey ; interviews conducted by Ann Lage in 1998. Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley,
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Family, youth, and public school education in Berkeley; undergraduate years at University of California, social life and radical politics on campus, 1933-1937; graduate study in American history at Harvard University, 1937-1941: friendships, mentors, marriage, attitudes toward communism and the war in Europe; teaching at Lawrence College; World War II service in the Pacific as a Japanese language officer; professor at Scripps College, 1947-1952, Salzburg Seminar; professor of history at Berkeley, 1952-1980: social life of Berkeley faculty and community, faculty hiring and promotions; observations and role during the 1960s student protest at Berkeley: the Free Speech Movement, 1964, anti-war protests of 1960s-1970s, Third World strike, People's Park, impact on university teaching and society; research, writing, and teaching on American intellectual life, study of religion, family history; reflections on the craft of history.

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