Oral history interview with Elise Boulding, 2001

 

Name
Boulding, Elise (Interviewee)
Weiss, Thomas G. (Thomas George), 1946- (Interviewer)
Title
Oral history interview with Elise Boulding, 2001
Abstract
Family background and Norwegian identity; effects of Quakerism in her adult life; using language and changing language to communicate; development of and work with the International Peace Research Association; living and activism in Ann Arbor, Michigan; interaction between NGOs, IGOs, and corporations; American and one-third world lack of awareness of destruction and negligence of two-thirds world people and culture; UN University; sociology courses and human interaction in classes taught at UC Boulder and Dartmouth College; International Cooperation Year and International Women's Year; local beginnings for global peace processes; interconnection of human rights, economic, and environmental policies; building knowledge stock through oral history
Collection Name
United Nations intellectual history project (UNIHP)
Subjects
Pacifists; International relations and culture; Non-governmental organizations; Environmental economics; Peace--International cooperation; International Women's Year, 1975; Human rights; Boulding, Elise; United Nations Officials and employees; International Peace Research Association; United Nations University
Format
oral histories; sound recordings
Genre
Interviews
Date
2001
Note (Biographical)
Under-UNESCO, peace activist
Note
Interviewed by Thomas G. Weiss on April 16, 2001
Note (Provenance)
Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Gift, 2009
Language
English
Library Location
Columbia Center for Oral History, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Catalog Record
13683217
Also In
Oral History Archives at Columbia
Time-Based Media
Time-Based Media
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-gnbh-hn35
Related URLs
Available digital content for this interview.