Bureau of Applied Social Research study 1970

Bureau of Applied Social Research study 1970

 

Name:
Columbia University. Bureau of Applied Social Research
Title:
Bureau of Applied Social Research study 1970
Abstract:
This report by Columbia University's Bureau of Applied Social Research contains twenty short interview segments documenting what narrators witnessed at student protests of 1968 at Columbia University. Interviewees include Stanley Fell, Keith Kaufman, Carl Hindman, William Pasheminsky, Lewis Siegelbaum, Arthur Linker, George Hacker, Dennis Jones, Robert Reedy, Nick Bloom, Frank Brothed, Carlton Winter, Charles Giravsky, James Kunin, Manuela Devoshlaika, Leonard Davis, and four anonymous narrators.
Collection Name:
Columbia Crisis of 1968 project
Subjects:
Students--Political activity; Fell, Stanley; Kaufman, Keith; Pasheminsky, William; Siegelbaum, Lewis; Hindman, Carl; Linker, Arthur; Hacker, George; Jones, Dennis; Reedy, Robert; Bloom, Nick; Brothed, Frank; Winter, Carlton; Giravsky, Charles; Kunin, James; Devoshlaika, Manuela; Davis, Leonard; Columbia University. Bureau of Applied Social Research; Columbia University Strikes
Format:
oral histories
Genre:
Interviews
Date:
1970
Physical Description:
46 pages
Note (Provenance):
Bureau of Applied Social Research, Gift 1970
Language:
English
Library Location:
Columbia Center for Oral History, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Catalog Record:
13809231
Digital Project:
Time Based Media
Persistent URL:
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-7zdc-m106