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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the UT KUT Longhorn Radio Network Records



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Creator: UT KUT Longhorn Radio Network
Title UT KUT Longhorn Radio Network,
Dates: 1961-
Abstract The tapes in this collection are the masters of programs recorded by radio station KUT on the University of Texas at Austin campus, then produced and distributed nationwide through KUT’s Longhorn Radio Network.
Extent 60 ft. 8 in.
Language English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

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The tapes in this collection are the masters of programs recorded by radio station KUT on the University of Texas at Austin campus, then produced and distributed nationwide through KUT’s Longhorn Radio Network.

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4Ja1 "University of Texas Forum" series
November 1961 to January 1970 - 21 ten-inch tapes:
Sir Gerald Beadle Speech #1 November 21, 1961
Sir Gerald Beadle Speech #2 November 21, 1961
Sir Tyrone Guthrie "The Theatre Today" March 15, 1967
Chinua Achebe "The Writer & The African Revolution" January 3, 1969
Michael DeBakey "Every Man's Responsibility" February 11, 1969
Leon Green April 10, 1969
Paul Zukofsky "Reading From His Works" October 16, 1969
Grady Clay "Instant Crowds & The Policy of Low Density" October 28, 1969
Jerry Blunt "Acting in the `Now' Scene" October 30, 1969
Chinua Achebe "Comments Before Dr. Bullock's Class" November 3, 1969
Harold J. Leavitt: "Organizations of the Future" (A) November 5, 1969
Harold J. Leavitt: "Organizations of the Future" (B) November 5, 1969
Sir Robert Menzies "The Modern Problem of Higher Education" November 21, 1969
Sir Robert Menzies "The Responsibilities of Power" November 24, 1969
Sir Frank Francis December 5, 1969
Theodore X. Barber "Marijuana & Behavior" December 10, 1969
Milton Harris "The Science Revolution Phase III" January 13, 1970
Eric Robinson "Lunatics of Science" January 16, 1970
Jose Angel Gutierrez #1 November 12, 1970
Jose Angel Gutierrez #2 November 12, 1970
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4Ja2 February to April 1970 - 21 ten-inch tapes:
Senator Abraham Ribicoff February 2, 1970
Dr. George Beadle, Public Understanding of Science Series: "The Language of Life" February 5, 1970
Rudolf Wildenmann "Elites and Policy Making" February 18, 1970
Challenge of the 70's #1 Harold Cruse February 19, 1970
Challenge of the 70's #2 Armstead Robinson February 19, 1970
Challenge of the 70's #3 Le Roy Jones February 21, 1970
Kamal Monsour "Arab Communities in Israel" February 23, 1970
Dr. Warren Dean "The Brazilian Latifundia" March 1970
Dr. Richard Graham "Brazilian Politics and Pressure Groups Before 1930" March 3, 1970
Dr. Archie Green "Labor Lore in American Grain" March 12, 1970
Dr. Bertram Wolfe "Reminiscences of the Communist International" March 12, 1970
Dr. Robert Marshak "Science and International Relations" April 7, 1970
Paul A. M. Dirac "Relativity and the Quantum Theory" April 14, 1970
Ramsey Clark April 16, 1970
Douglas Young "Homer" April 17, 1970
Dr. Salan "Development Through Science" April 17, 1970
Jean Mitry "Developments in Film History" April 21, 1970
Hayden White "Ideology In History" April 21, 1970
Earth Day Rally Speakers: Ira Iscoe, Dan Willard, Frank Blair, William Buscher, William Arrowsmith and David Edwards April 22, 1970
Norman Dorsen "The Lawyer's Role in the American Ghetto Society April 29, 1970
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4Ja3 May 4, 1970 to January 22, 1971 -20 ten-inch tapes:
Dr. Alexander Hollender "Fundamental Aspects of Environmental Pollution" May 4, 1970
Dr. Charles Parrish "The Election in Chile" May 4, 1970
Prof. Alexandre Bennigsen "The Resurgence of the Golden Horde" May 5, 1970
John Galbraith May 6, 1970
Mc. George Bundy, International Ex-Students Conference May 14, 1970
U. Thant, International Ex-Students Conference May 15, 1970
George Lister "America Foreign Policy and Latin America" June 19, 1970
Dr. Bernard Gendron "Love and Politics in the Age of Ecology" August 12, 1970
Students Association Rally: #1 September 9, 1970
Students Association Rally: #2 September 9, 1970
Julian Bond September 15, 1970
Abe Fortas September 18, 1970
James J. Kilpatrick October 21, 1970
Kate Millet #1 11-5170
Earl Hubbard "The Need for New Worlds" November 11, 1970
Joseph L. Sax "Law and the Free Society" November 18, 1970
Dr. Harlan Smith, Challenge '71 "Why is A Star?" January 18, 1971
Prof. Eto Shinkichi "Japan Faces the '70's" January 18, 1971
Charles Seeger, Musicology Lecture Series
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4Ja4 January 27 to April 30, 1971 - 19 ten-inch tapes:
George Steiner "The Language Revolution" January 27, 1971
Mancur Olson, Lecture #1 "Social Indicators, The Quality of Life and Resource Allocation in the Public Sector." February, 1, 1971
Mancur Olson, Lecture #2 "Social Indicators, The Quality of Life and Resource Allocation in the Public Sector." February 2, 1971
Mancur Olson, Lecture #3 "Social Indicators, The Quality of Life and Resource Allocation in the Public Sector." February 3, 1971
Michael Postan "Economic Planning in the 20th Century" February 5, 1971
Russell Kirk, Challenge '71 "The Tension of Order and Freedom" February 5, 1971
Leonard Weinglass "The Law and Order Threat to the Legal System" February 6, 1971
MacDonald Critchley, Speech on Learning Disabilities February 6, 1971
Joan Baez, Ira Sandperl February 17, 1971
Senator Birch Bayh February 18, 1971
Joseph Heller #1 March 9, 1971
Joseph Heller #2 March 9, 1971
Michael Postan "The Planning of Economic Growth in Developing Countries" March 16, 1971
Prof. Vern Countryman "The Diminishing Right of Privacy: The Personal Dossier and the Computer." #1 March 25, 1971
Prof. Vern Countryman "The Diminishing Right of Privacy: The Personal Dossier and the Computer." #2 March 25, 1971
Robert Lifton "On Living in Atrocity" April 13, 1971
Roger Caras "Survival: An Overview of an International Crisis" April 14, 1971
Dr. Exekiel Mphahlele "Poetry and Political Conflict in the Black World." April 19, 1971
Harold Wilson "Anglo-American Relations: A Special Case" April 30, 1971
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4Ja5 From August 8, 1971 to Week #30, 1972 - 20 ten-inch tapes:
David Harris October 8, 1971
Capt. I. R. Maxwel's "Higher Education¨ Science and Public Policy in Europe" October 22, 1971
John P. Frank "Ruminations on Reason and the Law: A Spong Song" November 5, 1971
John Noonan "Population Problems of the Law" November 26, 1971
Rev. Cong. Drinan "Consultation on Religion and Education" December 31, 1971
Dr. Aristide Esser (Part I) "The Socio-Biological Implications of Planning for a Crowded Future" December 13, 1971
Dr. Aristide Esser (Part II) and R. Harris "Walls are in the Middle East" December 17, 1971
Dr. Frederick J. Spreng "Buddhist Conception of Emptiness" December 20, 1971
Dr. R. Socolow "Better Science Education of High School Students" December 27, 1971
Walt Rostow "Prospects for Peace" Week #1, 1972
David Dellenger "Direct Action" Week #2, 1972
Russell Train "The Environment and the Government" Week #3, 1972
Dr. Phillip Phenix "Religion and Education" Week #4, 1972
Dr. Jahnheinz John "The New African Literature" Week #7, 1972
Dr. William J. McGill "Problems Ahead and Action Required in Higher Education" Week #8, 1972
Dr. Page Keeton "Law and the Church in a Free Society" (Part 1) Week #9, 1972
Dr. Page Keeton (Part II) Week #9, 1972
Dr. Page Keeton (Part III) Week #9, 1972
Dr. William Whitson "Politics in China" Week #12, 1972
Dr. Brian J. L. Berry "Contemporary Urban Processes" Week #13, 1972
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4Ja6 "University of Texas Forum" Now: "University Forum" Series:
From Week 14, 1972 to Week 42, 1972 - 20 ten-inch tapes:
Prof. Maurice Rosenberg "Let's Everybody Litigate" Week #14, 1972
Tom Harris "Mind Pollution: Victim or Assailant?" Week #15, 1972
Dr. Preston Valien, President Lyndon Baines Johnson "Blacks and Higher Education" Week #16, 1972
Adelle Davis "The Importance of Nutrition" Week #17, 1972
Adelle Davis (Part II) Week #18, 1972 & Akira Iriye "American East-Asian Relations"
Dr. Walt Rostow "Recent History in the Middle East" Week #19, 1972
Gerold Frank "Death in Memphis" Week #20, 1972
Lucy Barton "Period Costume as Actor" Week #21, 1972
Sir Tyrone Guthrie "A Lifetime in the Dramatic Arts" Week #22, 1972
David McHam, David Burkett & John Francis "Three Views of Journalism" Week #23, 1972
Dr. Bruce L. R. Smith "Technology and Public Policy" Week #24, 1972
Dr. Joel Fort "Drugs, Sex, and Social Change" Week #25, 1972
Dr. Benjamin Spock "The People's Party in 1972" Week #31, 1972
Dr. Henry Stelle Commager "The Necessity of Freedom" Week #33, 1972
Dr. Alan Watts "Ecology and Religion" Week 36, 1972
Jerome A. Barron, Clifton Daniel "Does the Public Have a Right of Access to the Media?" Week #38, 1972
Law & The Free Society "A Right of Access to the Media"(Part II) Week #38, 1972
Jack Anderson "Freedom vs. Secrecy" Week #40, 1972
Larry McMurtry "A Writer Looks at Novels and Film" Week #41, 1972
Joe McGinniss "The Selling of the President 1968" Week #42, 1972
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4Ja7 "University Forum" Series:
From Week 43, 1972 to Week 18, 1973 - 18 ten-inch & 2 seven-inch tapes:
Prof. Elliot Zashin "Morals and Ethics in Public Policy Making" Week #43, 1972
Norman Mailer "The American Scene" Week #44, 1972
Ruth Nanda Anshen "Language as the Art of Communication (Part I) Week #45, 1972
Ruth Nanda Anshen (Part II) Week #45, 1972
Prof. Oran Young "The U.N. in Today's World" Week #47, 1972
Allen Ginsberg in a Reading of His Own Works Week #49, 1972
Kenneth Adam "The Crisis of the Mass Media in Great Britain" Week #50 1972
W. Averell Harriman "Reflections on Soviet-American Relations from Stalin to the Present Time" Week #1, 1973
Chief Justice Earl Warren "Equal Opportunity in the U. S.: A Symposium":
Week #5, 1973
(Part II) Remarks by: Larry Rausch, Address by Hubert Humphrey, Week #6, 1973
(Part III) Remarks by: Larry Rausch, Address by Hubert Humphrey, Week #7, 1973
(Part IV) Panel Cont. by Senator Humphrey, Week #8, 1973
Conclusion. Address by Roy Wilkins, Remarks by Mrs. L. B. Johnson, Week #9, 1973
(Part VI) Addresses by Robin M. Williams, Jr. and Julian Bond, Week #10, 1973
(Part VII) Excerpts from panel discussion by Burke Marshall, Week #11, 1973
John W. Gardner "Common Cause" Week #13, 1973
Hal Bruno "Government and the News Media" Week #14, 1973
Mr. Don Ross "Citizen Action" (Part I) Week #15, 1973
Prof. Alan M. Dershowitz "Preventive Confinement in the U.S.A." Week #17, 1973
Dick Gregory "Current Social Problems - I" Week #18, 1973
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4Ja8 From Week 19, 1973 to Week 49, 1973 - 19 ten-inch tapes:
Dick Gregory "Current and Social Problems II" Week 19, 1973
Dr. Louis MacKey "How to Live, What to Do, Reflections on the Philosophy Fad" Week 20, 1973
Ramsey Clark "Law in the Future" & Prof. Lucas A. Powe, Jr. "Reorganization of the U.S. Supreme Court" Week #22, 1973
Major General Alvaro Valencia "The Army and Social Change in Colombia"Week #24, 1973
Dr. Richard Bauman "Social Anthropology in Contemporary American Society Week #25, 1973
Dr. James MacDonald "Curriculum for Self-Awareness" Week #26, 1973
Prof. Kurt Von Fritz "The Wisdom of the Ancients in Today's Society" Week #27, 1973
Dr. Martha Peterson "A Woman in Today's Society" & Asst. Prof. Lucas A. Powe, Jr. "The Supreme Court Abortion Decision" Week #28, 1973
Dr. Martha Peterson "Women in Today's Society - Part II" Week #29, 1973
Dr. Robert Corrigan "Literature and Politics: The Tragedy of Ezra Pound" Week #36, 1973
Dr. Howard Wriggins "Reflections on South Asia A Year After Bangladesh" Week #37, 1973
Prof. Kenneth Boulding "A Realistic Agenda for the Year 2000" Week 40, 1973
Stuart Udall "Politics and the Environment" Week #41, 1973
David Halberstam "The Current National Scene" Week #42, 1973
Stokely Carmichael "Ideology in a Given Society" Week #44, 1973
Dr. Dankwart A. Rustow "The U.S., Europe, and Middle Eastern Oil" Week #45, 1973
Dr. Robert C. Weaver "Urban Challenges 1960-73" Week #46, 1973
Richard C. Lee, Roy Butler, David Crombie, Richard G. Hatcher, Patience Latting, Henry W. Maier and John Gunther; "The Realities of the Urban Present: The View From the Mayor's Desk" Week #48, 1973
"The Realities of the Urban Present: The View From the Mayor's Desk- Part II" & Edward K. Hamilton "Re-establishing Urban Priorities - Part I" Week #49, 1973
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4Ja9 From Week 50, 1973 to Week 29, 1974 - 18 ten-inch & 2 seven-inch tapes:
Edward K. Hamilton "Reestablishing Urban Priorities Part II" Week #50, 1973
Judge John M. Wisdom "Important Court Cases in American Black History" Week #51, 1973
American City Symposium Panel:
"The American City as a Problem Area" I, Week #1, 1974
"The American City..." II Week #2, 1974
"Urban Alternatives" I, Week #3, 1974
"Urban Alternatives" II, Week #4, 1974
Elliot L. Richardson, Attorney General, "Address" Week #7, 1974
Dr. Thomas Gordon "Parent Effectiveness Training" Week #12, 1974
David S. Broder "News Leaks and How the Press Used Them" & Senator Lloyd Bentsen "The Challenge of Watergate" Week 13, 1974
Walter Cronkite "Broadcast Journalism" Reel #1, Week #14, 1974
Walter Cronkite "Broadcast..." Reel #2, Week #14, 1974
Kenneth Culp Davis, John P. Wilson "A New Approach to Legal Control of the Police" Week #15, 1974
John Kenneth Galbraith "Current Economic Problems: Causes, Effects, and Possible Cures" Week #18, 1974
Dr. Philip Slater "The American Family as a Class System" Week #20, 1974
"Lawrence Ferlinghetti in a Reading of his Own Poetry" Week 22, 1974
Dr. Rollo May "Violence and Ecstasy" Week #23, 1974
Dr. John Howard Griffin, author of "Black Like Me" on a Q.A. Session on Racism; Week #24, 1974
Sir Charles Percy Snow "The Role of Personality in Science" Week #27, 1974
Prof. John Henry Clark "Black History: An Afro-Centric View": (I) Week #28, 1974
Conclusion, and Dr. Robert C. Weaver "Government Housing Policy for Law and Moderate-Income Families" Week #29, 1974
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4Ja10 From Week 31, 1974 to Week 52, 1974 - 6 ten-inch & 6 seven-inch tapes:
"Address by Leonard Weinglass, Attorney for the Families of four S. L. A. Members Killed in a Shootout with the L.A. Police on May 17, 1974" Week #31, 1974
"A Reading by American Poet Robert Lowell":
Reel #1, Week #33, 1974
Reel #2, Week #33, 1974
Octavio Paz "Mexico: The Last Decade":
(I) Week 35, 1974
(II) & Robert Scott "Reform or Window Dressing" Week #36, 1974
Vance Packard "A Nation of Strangers":
Reel #1, Week 40, 1974
Reel #2, Week 40, 1974
Dr. Carl N. Dengler "Is There a History of Women?":
Reel #1, Week 49, 1974
Reel #2, Week 49, 1974
Opening Session LBJ Library UT Austin Symposium: "Beyond the Energy Crisis: Future of the American Environment" Address by B. Jackson Ward; Week #51, 1974
Fred P. Graham "Can We Have a Free Press and Fair Trials Too?" Week #52¨ 1974
"Rostow: Foreign Policy" Series:
From Week 1, 1974 to Week 10, 1974 - 10 ten-inch tapes:
Dr. W. W. Rostow "Truman and Europe: 1945-50" Week #1, 1974
Dr. Elspeth Davies Rostow & Mr. Robert Blum "Truman & Asia" Week #2, 1974
Dr. Walt Rostow:
"The First Eisenhower Administration" Week #3, 1974
"The Second Eisenhower Administration" Week #4, 1974
"The Bipartisan Concensus of the Late 1950's" Week #5¨ 1974
"Kennedy, Berlin and the Cuba Missile Crisis" Week #6¨ 1974
"Kennedy and the Developing World" Week #7 1974
"Kennedy and Southeast Asia" Week #8, 1974
"Johnson, Europe, and Detente with Moscow" Week #9, 1974
"Johnson and the Developing World" Week #10, 1974
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4Ja11 From Week 11, 1974 to Week 13, 1974 - 3 ten-inch tapes:
Dr. Walt Rostow:
"Johnson and Southeast Asia" Week #11, 1974
"The Nixon Administration" Week #12, 1974
"Final Question-Answer Session" Week #13, 1974
"University Forum" Series:
From Week 1, 1975 to Week 24, 1975 - 36 seven-inch tapes:
W.K.C. Guthrie "The Legacy of Greek Thought to Western Culture": Week #1, 1975
Barry Commoner, Bill Drummond, Mike McCormal and Dixy Lee Ray "Four Scientists talk about the Energy Crisis": #1, Week #3, 1975
Barry Commoner, Bill Drummond, Mike McCormal and Dixy Lee Ray "Four Scientists talk about the Energy Crisis": #2, Week #3, 1975
James W. McKie, Kervyn King, Allen U. Kneese and Rufus E. Miles, Jr. "The American Future: Social and Political Prospects": #1, Week #4, 1975
James W. McKie, Kervyn King, Allen U. Kneese and Rufus E. Miles, Jr. "The American Future: Social and Political Prospects": #2, Week #4, 1975
From "Beyond the Energy Crisis" Symposium "A Round Table Discussion of the Food Crisis, the Population Explosion¨ Energy¨ and the Environment": #1, Week #5, 1975
From "Beyond the Energy Crisis" Symposium "A Round Table Discussion of the Food Crisis, the Population Explosion¨ Energy¨ and the Environment": #2, Week #5, 1975
Dean Rusk, Former Secretary of State, "Detente with Russia and China: WWII to the Present": #1, Week #6, 1975
Dean Rusk, Former Secretary of State, "Detente with Russia and China: WWII to the Present": #2, Week #6, 1975
"A Debate on Energy and the Environment Among Spokesmen for Industry, Government, and the Academic Community" Jules Bergman moderator: #1, Week #7, 1975
"A Debate on Energy and the Environment Among Spokesmen for Industry, Government, and the Academic Community" Jules Bergman moderator: #2, Week #7, 1975
Roger Revelle, Maurice Strong " A Global View of Energy and the Environment" From: "Beyond the Energy Crisis": #1, Week #8, 1975
Roger Revelle, Maurice Strong " A Global View of Energy and the Environment" From: "Beyond the Energy Crisis": #2, Week #8, 1975
Nicholas Von Hoffman "The Economic Mess": #1, Week #9, 1975
Nicholas Von Hoffman "The Economic Mess": #2, Week #9, 1975
"Equality in America" Last Public Address by L. B. Johnson¨: #1; Week 10, 1975
"Equality in America" Last Public Address by L. B. Johnson¨: #2; Week 10, 1975
Philip Coldwell "Oil and Finance" and Richard Obenshain "The Republican Side": #1, Week #11, 1975
Philip Coldwell "Oil and Finance" and Richard Obenshain "The Republican Side": #2, Week #11, 1975
"An Address and Q.A. Session by Mrs. Coretta King¨ widow of Martin L. King Jr. and President of the M.L. King Jr. Center for Social Change": #1, Week #12, 1975
"An Address and Q.A. Session by Mrs. Coretta King¨ widow of Martin L. King Jr. and President of the M.L. King Jr. Center for Social Change": #2, Week #12, 1975
"Address and Q.A. Session by Sam Ervin¨ former Senator from NC and Chairman of the Watergate Committee": #1; Week #13, 1975
"Address and Q.A. Session by Sam Ervin¨ former Senator from NC and Chairman of the Watergate Committee": #2; Week #13, 1975
Maria Isabel Barreno "New Portuguese Letters": #1, Week #15, 1975
Maria Isabel Barreno "New Portuguese Letters": #2, Week #15, 1975
Richard A. Posner "The Economic Aspects of Law" and Dr. Herbert H. Liebhafsky "A Rebutal": #1, Week #17, 1975
Richard A. Posner "The Economic Aspects of Law" and Dr. Herbert H. Liebhafsky "A Rebutal": #2, Week #17, 1975
Mrs. Elspeth D. Rostow "The 1976 Election as a Bicentennial Happening": #1, Week #19, 1975
Mrs. Elspeth D. Rostow "The 1976 Election as a Bicentennial Happening": #2, Week #19, 1975
Jose Angel Gutierrez "Chicano Politics": #1, Week #20, 1975
Jose Angel Gutierrez "Chicano Politics": #2, Week #20, 1975
Dr. William Livingston "The Private Ethics of Public Men": #1, Week #23, 1975
Dr. William Livingston "The Private Ethics of Public Men": #2, Week #23, 1975
Dr. Lloyd Bitzer "Rhetoric and Public Knowledge": #1; Week #24, 1975
Dr. Lloyd Bitzer "Rhetoric and Public Knowledge": #2; Week #24, 1975
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4Ja12 From Week 25, 1975 to Week 6, 1976 - 44 seven-inch tapes:
Dr. Stanley H. Palmer "Police Force-Violence and It's Alternatives" (2 tapes) Week #25, 1975
Dr. Wayland Pilcher, George Phifer "Police Force-Violence..." (2 tapes) Week #26, 1975
Leon Jaworsky and Tom Susman "The Citizen's Right to Know" (2 tapes) Week #27, 1975
Prof. Douglas Kelmer and Prof. Richard Blum "Media Images of Law Enforcement" (2 tapes) Week #28, 1975
"Prostitution, Citizen Values, and Law Enforcement" Prof. Vern Bullough, Author; Ms. Joan Baur, Prostitute; Prof. George Dix, Lawyer; Mr. Lanny Henninger, Clergy; Ms. Carol Oppenheimer, Lawyer; Lt. Westphol, Dallas Police." (2 tapes) Week #29, 1975
Bill Moyers "Is there Hope for Man?" & McGeorge Bundy "On Understanding and Reconciliation After Vietnam" (2 tapes) Week #33, 1975
Dr. George Gallup "The Cure for Government by Bribery" (2 tapes) Week #34, 1975
Dr. Phillip K. Tompkins "The Kent State Tragedy: Communication and Conflict in the University" (2 tapes) Week #35, 1975
Dr. Jewel Prestage "The Case for Affirmative Action" & Andrew Brimmer "Central Banking and Credit Allocation" (2 tapes) Week 37, 1975
"My Bondage, My Freedom" a one-man dramatization based on the life and times of Frederick Douglass, the famed 19th-Century black abolitionist. Written and performed by Charles Pace. (2 tapes) Week #40, 1975
Mr. Davison, Editor of the Atlantic Monthly in oral performance of his own poetry. (2 tapes) Week #41, 1975
"The Arts: Years of Development, Time of Decision--Opening Session of the UT Austin - LBJ Library Symposium and an interview with the Symposium Chairman¨ and keynote address by opera star Beverly Sills (2 tapes) Week #43, 1975
Dr. Derek J. de Solla Price, Avalon, Prof. of History of Science, Yale University "The Problem of Access to Science Information¨ with Special Emphasis on the Developing World." "They are working in the Same Nutritive Juice we are." (2 tapes) Week #44, 1975
Robert A. Nisbet, Albert Schweitzer "Prophecy, Hopes and Fears: Alexis de Tocqueville's Assessment of American Society in Retrospect" (2 tapes) Week #45, 1975
"A Rap Session with Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, author of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and The Hell's Angels, and national affairs editor of Rolling Stone magazine. (2 tapes) Week #47, 1975
"To Secure the Blessings of Liberty: An Address by John Henry Faulk, advocate of free speech and open dialogue, and famous for his battle against blacklisting in the entertainment industry." (2 tapes): Week #48, 1975; Second Copy (2 tapes) Week #48, 1975
"Equality and Inequality in Postrevolutionary Societies" Prof. Seymour Lipset, Stanford University. (2 tapes) Week #49, 1975
John A. Hill, Deputy Administrator, Federal Energy Administration "Federal Energy Policy and the Future" (2 tapes) Week #50, 1975
Gordon S. Wood¨ Prof. of History¨ Brown University "The American Revolutionary Tradition in the World." (2 tapes) Week #2, 1976
"Women In a Changing World: Barbara Jordan, U.S. Rep. from Texas; and Carol Laise, Director-General of the U.S. Foreign Service." (2 tapes) Week #5, 1976
"Women Take on the News Media for their Treatment of the Women's Movement" Panel from the November '75 Conference on Women in Public Life." (2 tapes) Week #6, 1976
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4Ja13 From Week 7, 1976 to Week 44, 1976 - 44 seven-inch tapes:
"Highlights from the Nov. 1975 National University Conference on Hunger at UT Austin: Main Speakers: Wm. Sloane Coffin, Yale Chaplain; and F. James Levinson, Director MIT Int. Nutrition Planng. Program." (2 tapes) Week #7, 1976
Prof. Karl Deutsch, Harvard University "The Politics of Allegiance: Conflicting Loyalties in World Politics" (2 tapes) Week #11, 1976
Barbara Jordan, U.S. Representative, "Congress and Current Politics" (2 tapes) Week #12, 1976
Triloki Nath Kaul, India's Ambassador to the U.S., "An Explanation of the State of Emergency in India" (2 tapes) Week #13, 1976
William Goetzmann, Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian, "200 Years of Liberal Democracy in America" (2 tapes) Week #14, 1976
Dr. Robert Ward, Director Stanford Univ. Inst. of International Studies, "The Future of Liberal Democracy in Japan and the World" (2 tapes) Week #15, 1976
Dr. Robert A. Dahl¨ Sterling¨ Professor of Political Science¨ Yale University, "The Present State and Future Prospects of Liberal Democracy in America" (2 tapes) Week #16, 1976
Right Hon. Jo Grimond, Member, House of Commons, "The Future of Liberal Democracy in Great Britain" (2 tapes) Week #17, 1976
Dr. Donna Shalala, Treasurer, Municipal Assistance Corp.; "New York's Financial Mess" & Edgar Fiedler, V.P., The Conference Board, "The Future of the American Economic System: Is our Ailment Hypochondria, Melancholia, Dyspepsia, or Asphyxia?" (2 tapes) Week #18, 1976
John Hennessey, Jr., Business Dean, Dartmouth College, "Modern Capitalism and Business Education" (2 tapes) Week #19, 1976
Mr. Justice Wm. H. Rehnquist, Assoc. Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, "The Case Against Social Change by Judicial Action in a Democratic Society" (2 tapes) Week #21, 1976
Hon. B.K. Nehru, Indian High Commissioner to the U.K. and former Ambassador to the U.S.; "The Current State of Liberal Democracy in India" (2 tapes) Week #22, 1976
Prof. John B. Turner, University of NC, "Social Services in the Public Interest: What's at Stake?" (2 tapes) Week #23, 1976
Gerald L. Parsky, Asst. Secy, U.S. Treasury; and Frank N. Ikard, Pres. American Petroleum Institute: "Two Views of the Energy Future of and the World" From the April '76 UT Austin Int'l Conf. on Energy. (2 tapes) Week #25, 1976
Abdul Maji‚ Mufti, Economic Minister, Embassy of Pakistan: "Third and Fourth World Energy Problems" & Peter Peterson, Former U.S. Secy. of Commerce: "Energy and International Relations and Finance" (2 tapes) Week #28, 1976
Dr. Elspeth Rostow "Energy Shortages versus the Quality of Life: A New Agenda for the Future" (2 tapes) Week #29, 1976
C.W. Tex Cook, Former Chrmn. of the Board, Gen. Foods: "Energy and Food Production" and Dr. Richard N. Gardner¨ Prof. of Law and Int. Organization, Columbia University: "The Need for an International Survival Pact" (2 tapes) Week #30, 1976
Jonathan Kozol, author of "Death at an Early Age" and activist for social change: "Alternative Schools and the Failure of Public Education" (2 tapes) Week #31, 1976
"The Presidency and the Press" Part One of a Debate between Press Secretaries and Press Reporters: (2 tapes) Week #32, 1976
Part Two (2 tapes) Week #43, 1976
Part Three (2 tapes) Week #44, 1976
Duane C. Spriestersbach "Communication as Revolution in Higher Education" & Robert M. Utley "Good Guys and Bad: Changing Images of Soldier & Indian" (2 tapes) Week #36, 1976
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4Ja14 From Week 45, 1976 to Week 13, 1978 - 44 seven-inch tapes:
"The Presidency and the Press" Part Four (2 tapes) Week #45, 1976
"Toward New Human Rights":
(Part I) The '76 L.B.J. Library Symposium. Vernon E. Jordan, Jr.; Maynard Jackson; The Words of Jimmy Carter (A Letter to the Participants). (2 tapes) Week #49, 1976
(Part II) Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Holder of the Albert Schwitzer Chair in the Humanities at the City University of New York. (2 tapes) Week #50, 1976
(Part III) Dr. James Tobin, Chairman of the Dept. of Economics at Yale University. (2 tapes) Week #51, 1976
(Part IV) Wilbur J. Cohen, former Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. (2 tapes) Week #52, 1976
(Part V) Dr. David Mathews, Secretary of H.E.W.; Samuel Halperin, Director of the Institute for Educational Leadership at George Washington University. (2 tapes) Week #43, 1976
"Images of 19th Century Black Americans in 20th Century Folklore" Melvin Wade, Instructor in Ethnic Studies at UT Austin. (2 tapes) Week #2 1977
Mark Lane, Lawyer, author and chief critic of the Warren Commission (Dub) (2 tapes) See: Week #11, 1977; #10, 1977
Mark Lane, Lawyer, author and chief critic of the Warren Commission speaks on the John Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. Assassinations. (2 tapes) Week #11, 1977
"Experiencing the Criminal Justice System" Don Taylor, an ex-offender and now a counselor for Development Assistance for Rehabilitation gives his history experiencing the Texas Criminal Justice System. (2 tapes) Week #14, 1977
"Two Views of Barbara Jordan" Rep. Barbara Jordan, U.S. Congresswoman from Houston, TX, speaks on the topics of Crime and Education. (2 tapes) Week #16, 1977
"Federal Government: Servant of Master" Former U.S. Senator James L. Buckley of New York. (2 tapes) Week #18, 1977
"Some of the Problems of Freedom" William F. Buckley, Jr., Conservative Spokesman and American Social Commentator. (2 tapes) Week #23, 1977
"A Question and Answer Session with Gerald R. Ford." Former 38th President of the U.S.A. (2 tapes) Week #24, 1977
"The Death of the Exclusionary Rule" Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark. (2 tapes) Week #25, 1977
"Illegal Government Surveillance" Dr. Morton Halperview, former Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense and head of the National Campaign to Stop Spying. (2 tapes) Week #26, 1977
"Politics and the Press" Jack Anderson, Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter and nationally syndicated columnist. (2 tapes) Week #46, 1977
"Two Views of Cancer" Dr. R. Lee Clark, President of the American Cancer Society; Dr. Donald R. Davis¨ Nutrition Research Associate of UT Austin. (2 tapes) Week #47, 1977
"Foreign Policy and the U.S." Former Sec. of State, Henry Kissinger. (2 tapes) Week #50, 1977
"Order out of Chaos" An address by 1977 Nobel Prize Winner, Dr. Ilya Prigogine. (2 tapes) Week #52, 1977
"Freedom and the Role of the Government" Dr. Galbraith & Dr. Jenson present contrasting viewpoints of Gov. Power. (2 tapes) Week #3¨ 1978
"Energy and Our Alternatives" (Part I) An address by Dr. Barry Commoner, Director of the Center for the Biology of Natural Systems at Washington University in St. Louis. (2 tapes) Week #13, 1978
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4Ja15 From Week 14, 1978 to Week 5, 1979 - 24 seven-inch & 10 ten-inch tapes:
"Energy and Our Alternatives - Part 2" An address by Dr. Barry Commoner. (2 tapes) Week #14, 1978
Jerry H. Jones, former Special Assistant to Presidents Nixon and Ford: "The White House During the Nixon and Ford Years" Week #16, 1978
Dean Rusk, Former Secretary of State: "Getting What We Want in Foreign Policy" (2 tapes) Week #17, 1978
"A Performance of Poetry, Song, and Political Opinion by Allen Ginsberg" Week #18, 1978
"The Great Debate Part 1" Nationally syndicated columnists James J. Kilpatrick and Nicholas Von Hoffman debate current issues. (2 tapes) Week #21, 1978
"Origins of Chicano Social Institutions" Dr. Andres Tijerina, Prof. of History at UT-Austin; and Leon Jaworski, Former Watergate Special Prosecutor speaks on the Watergate investigations and the recent Korea-gate investigations. (2 tapes) Week #23, 1978
"Politics and the Merit System: Thoughts on the Election of Public Servants" Judge Tom Gee of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; & "The Alamo: A Revolt Against Texas or the United States?" Dr. Mauricio Maxon, Asst. Prof. of History at the Univ. of S. California. (2 tapes) Week #24, 1978
"A Cultural Look at TV" Dr. Horace Newcomb, Assoc. Prof. of American Studies at the Univ. of Maryland; and "An Assessment of the United Nations" His Excellency Jacques Leprette, French permanent representative to the United Nations. (2 tapes) Week #25, 1978
"The Changing Face of Nicaraguan Politics" Jim Angle of the Institute of Latin-American Studies. Week #42, 1978
"Recent Political Developments in India" Dr. Robert Hardgrave, Prof. of Govt. at UT-Austin; and "The Paradoxical Status of Women in India" Dr. Gail Minault, Asst. Prof. of History at UT-Austin. (2 tapes) 43, 1978
"Economic Realities" #1 - U.S. Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall gives an economic update of the United States. #2 - Vernon E. Jordan¨ President of the National Urban League speaks to the problem of growing unemployment among minority groups in the U.S. 46, 1978
"Mexican Oil and Gas" Romeo Flores Caballero¨ Director-General of Basic Industries in the Mexican government discusses Mexico's new found wealth of oil and natural gas. (2 tapes) 47, 1978
"A Brief History of Oppression of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the U.S." Dr. Thomas Philpott, Prof. of History at the UT-Austin. 48, 1978
"Oppression" #1-"Politica and Religions in Iran" Dr. NajÌ Bezirgan, Assoc. Prof. of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies at UT-Austin. #2- "Black Discrimination in Employment and Housing Legislation" Rev. Carl C. Houston, of NAACP. (2 tapes) 49, 1978
"A Personal Reminiscence of the Late Mahatma Gandhi" M.R. Masani, of the Indian Nationalism movement and a former public official in India for more than 25 years. 50, 1978
"The Ethics and Efficacy of the CIA" Jim Angle, a research associate at the Institute of Latin-American Studies at UT-Austin. 51, 1978
"Affirmative Action and the Equal Rights Amendment" Eleanor Holmes Norton, Chairman of E.E.O. Commission and Sarah Weddington, special assistant to President Carter. (2 tapes) 52, 1978
"Separatism and Nationalism in Great Britain Today" Dr. David Edwards, Prof. of History at the UT-Austin. (2 tapes) 1, 1979
"Education and Man's Specialization" R. Buckminster Fuller, noted author, Architect, and the inventor of the geodesic dome. 2, 1979
"Education and Man's Specialization" Second Part of R. Buckminster Fuller's address: Describes the tremendous influences technological changes have made on man. 3, 1979
"Divorce, Remarriage, and the Future of the Family" Dr. Norval Glenn, Prof. of Sociology at UT-Austin. 4, 1979
"Some Recent Problems and Successes for Great Britain" Roy Fox, British Consul-General for the Southwestern United States, and Sir Heinz Koeppler, Director of the Institute of the Study of the Interaction of Foreign and Domestic Affairs at Baylor Univ. (2 tapes) 5, 1979
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4Ja16 From Week 6, 1979 to Week 23, 1979 - 14 seven-inch & 10 ten-inch tapes:
"The New Potential for U.S.-Indian Relations" An Address by the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., N.A. Palkhivala. (2 tapes) 6, 1979
"A History of U.S.-British Relations" Lord Julian Grenfell, Special Representative from the World Bank. (2 tapes) 7, 1979
Dr. Walt Rostow and Dr. Karl Schmitt speak on the economies and government of both Great Britain and Mexico. (2 tapes) 8, 1979
Dr. Helen Caldicott, opponent of nuclear power and weaponry. (2 tapes) 9, 1979
"Learning the Critic's Craft" Richard Gilman, Former Drama Critic for Newsweek and Commonwealth magazines. (2 tapes) 10, 1979
"Why the Humanities?" Dr. Charles Frankel, Director of the Nat. Humanities Center¨ and Dr. Joseph Duffy, Chairman of the Nat. Endowment for the Humanities. 11, 1979
"Nuclear Arms Race and the Growing Prospect of Nuclear War" Daniel Ellsberg, anti-war, anti-nuclear activist. (2 tapes) 13, 1979
"Mexican Oil and Gas" Dr. Pat Blair, Prof. of Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin; Dr. William Linvill, Chairman of the Dept. of Engineering-Economic Systems at Stanford University; Dr. James McKie, Prof. of Economics at UT-Austin; and Michael Kennedy, Senior Economist with the Rand Corporation. (2 tapes) 14, 1979
"New Directions for the Black Community" Ron Daniels, President of the Nat. Black Political Assembly. 15, 1979
"The Mexican-American Role in Inter-American Policy" Dr. Rodolfo de la Garza, Asst. Dean of Colorado College in Colorado Springs and Dr. Cesar Sereseres, Prof. in the School of Social Sciences at the University of California at Irvine 16, 1979
"Ratification of the ERA: A Question of Time" Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Prof. of Law at Columbia University. 17, 1979
"The Pursuit of Peace: The Personal Recollections of a White House Advisor to Four Presidents" Clifford Clark, former Presidential Advisor and former Defense Secretary. Jim Angle of KUT-FM takes a look at the increasing use of the drug PC or "Angel Dust" as it is known on the streets...Includes interviews with users, researchers and law enforcement officials. 19, 1979
George Dalley, Deputy Asst. Secretary of State in the Dept. of State gives an assessment of U.S. Human Rights policies in Latin-America; and Henry Raymont, Head of the Dept. of Cultural Affairs at the Organization of American States speaks on the U.S. "blindspot" for Latin-America. 20, 1979
"Modernization vs. Tradition vs. Equity: The Explosive Triple Collision" Taken from a series of Tom Slick Conferences on World peace at UT-Austin. Dr. John Duke Anthony of John Hopkins University and Dr. James Bill of the University of Texas at Austin. 21, 1979
"Modernization vs. Tradition vs. Equity: The Explosive Triple Collision" Dr. Miguel Wionczek of El Colegio de Mexico, and Mexican Ambassador Antonio Gonzales de Leon. 22, 1979
Final Session of the 1979 Tom Slick Conference held at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT-Austin. Amb. Donald O. Mills, Jamaican Amb. to the United Nations and Dr. Sydney Weintraub. 23, 1979
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4Ja17 From Week 24, 1979 to Week 11, 1980 - 19 ten-inch tapes:
"The Role of the Prosecutor as an Advocate" Benjamin R. Civiletti, Attorney General of the U.S. 24, 1979
"Why Social Security Must Be Saved" Wilbur Cohen, Former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. 25, 1979
"Man, Nature and Technology" An address by Dr. John R. Pierce, Prof. of Engineering and Communication Theory at the California Institute of Technology. 26, 1979
"What is a Texan?" Dr. Joe B. Frantz, former consultant in History to the Lyndon Johnson Whitehouse. 42, 1979
"Mexico's Oil: Impact on U.S. Policy: Samuel P. Ellison, Stanley Ross, Calvin Blair (Profs. at UT-Austin) and Hubert Lee, Attorney and former Special Assistant to the American Ambassador to Chile. 45, 1979
"The Effectiveness of the SALT II Treaty" Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, former Chairman of The Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Dr. Herbert Scoville, Jr., Vice President of the Arms Control Assoc., debate the effectiveness of the SALT II Treaty. 46, 1979
"Jamaica: The Politics of a developing Nation" 49, 1979
"The Struggle of Blacks in America: Political Power or Possible Genocide?" Ron Daniels, Pres. of the National Black Political Assembly; and Dr. John Butler, Prof. of Sociology at U.T. Austin. 50, 1979
"The Dynamics of the Mexican Political System" Francisco Zapata, Prof. of Sociology at El Colegio de Mexico, speaks on organized Labor in Mexico. First of a two-part series on "The Dynamics of the Mexican Political System" 51, 1979
"The Dynamics of the Mexican Political System" Part Two. 52, 1979
"The Electric Preacher" Dr. William Martin, Prof. of Sociology at Rice University and author of These Were God's People, Christians in Conflict, and soon to be released, The Electric Preacher 1, 1980
"Joseph Heller: Readings from Catch 22 and We Bombed in New Haven, Joseph Heller speaker. 3, 1980
"Musica Nortena" A historical sketch of the music from the regions of the Southwest United States and Northern Mexico. 4, 1980
"The Judicial Process" John Godbold, Circuit Court Judge and Prof. Richard R. Baxter, Judge of Int. Court of Justice, the Hague. 5, 1980
"The Brazilian Carnival: A Celebration of Freedom" Dr. Roberto de Matta, Prof. of Anthropology at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro 7, 1980
"The American Citizens Delegation for Iran" Liza Radcliffe, member of the Six-Person American Citizens Delegation. 8, 1980
"Iran from the Shah to Khomeini and Beyond" Freydoun Hoveyda, former Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations. 9, 1980
"The International Challenge of the 80's" Part I. Walter Cronkite, McGeorge Bundy and Carol Laise. 10, 1980
"The International Challenge of the 80's" Part II. 11, 1980
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4Ja18 From Week 12, 1980 to Week 9, 1981 - 19 ten-inch tapes:
"The International Challenge of the 80's" Part III. 12, 1980
"The International Challenge of the 80's" Part IV. 13, 1980
"Survival in the 80's" Dr. George Wald, Higgins, Prof. Emeritus of Biology at Harvard University; and Michael Klare, Dir. of the Militarism and Disarmament Project at the Institute for Policy Studies at Washington, D.C. 15, 1980
"Detente in Latin America" Peter Pavlovich Yakolev, specialist in Foreign Policy and International Affairs at the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Institute of Latin America. 16, 1980
"The Turbulent 60's: A Decade in Perspective" Part I. Jerry Rubin, former Hippie leader and member of the Chicago Seven speaking on "20 Years of Change" 19, 1980
"The Turbulent 60's: A Decade in Perspective" Part II. Jerry Rubin and Dr. Tom Philpott. 20, 1980
"The Turbulent 60's: A Decade in Perspective" Part III. Dr. James Austin, Assistant Prof. of Government at UT-Austin speaks on "Lessons from Vietnam" A study of the military dimensions of the Vietnam experience. 21, 1980
"Journalism in a State of Perpetual Crisis" Fred W. Friendly, former President of CBS News. 23, 1980
"National Defense: The Military Viewpoint" General Lew Allen, Jr. U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff. 26, 1980
"Redefining National Security" Randy Forsberg, Director of the Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies in Boston. 27, 1980
"Women: Where They Are And Where They Are Going" Liz Carpenter, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs in the U.S. Dept. of Education. 29, 1980
"Myths of Alcohol and Alcoholism" Dr. Carl Erickson, Prof. of Pharmacy at U.T. Austin and President of the Texas Research Society on Alcoholism. 40, 1980
"The Chicano Today" A review of the 60's and the outlook of the Chicano in the 80's. Victor Nelson Cisneros. 41, 1980
"Folly of Fads, Megavitamins, Vegetarianism and the Health Food Store" Dr. Ivan Danhof, physiology professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas. 42, 1980
"Immigration Policies" Dr. Thomas Philpott: "Historical Perspectives of U.S. Immigration" & Dr. Gil Cardenas: "Sociological Aspects" 44, 1980
"Immigration Policy" Susan Dasher, assistant attorney of Texas speaks on "The Fifth Circuit Court's Decision on Illegal Alien Education; and Devon Pena, assistant professor of Mexican-American Studies at U.T. Austin, speaks on "A Review of the Fifth Circuit Court's Decision on Illegal Immigration" 45, 1980
"Problems with U.S. Immigration Policy" Matt Garcia, U.S. Immigration and Nat. Service, speaks on Mexican Immigration and Ruth Ellinger of the Texas AFL-CIO reviews Labor's Perspective on the Undocumented Worker. 46, 1980
"The Federal Republic of Germany and the United States of America: Problems of Perception" Dr. Peter Hermes, the Federal Republic of Germany's Ambassador to the U.S.A.; also, Fawaz Turki, editor of the Palestine Review discusses the problems with the Middle East and the Third World: "The Palestine Question." 6, 1981
"Latin American and the 1980's" Jorge Lamport-Rodil, former Guatemalan Ambassador to the U.S. and currently Policy Advisor to Antonio Ortiz Mena, Pres. of the Inter-American Development Bank. 9, 1981
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4Ja19 From Week 11, 1981 to Week 32, 1981 Plus 4 undated tapes--18 ten-inch tapes
"Energy, Environment and Society" Dr. Fred Singer, Prof. of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia; and Dr. Sally Cook, Sociologist for Exxon USA. 11, 1981
"A Political Debate on National Energy Policy" Dan Rambo, former Regional Representative of the Sec. of the Dept. of Energy. Edward O. Vetter, former Undersecretary of Commerce under President Ford. 12, 1981
"The Third World Countries: Problems for the '80's" Dr. Immanuel Lottem of the Consul of Israel speaks on "Israel and the Third World; an Bob Maushammer of the U.S. Agency for International Development speaks on "Prospects for Foreign Assistance to Latin America Under the Reagan Administration." 14, 1981
"Dick Gregory Speaks Out" Part I. 19, 1981
#19-81 Alternate: "Retrospect of the Vietnam War" Retired Brigadier General Robinson Risner, a former Prisoner of war of the North Vietnamese seven years, and author of The Passing of the Night and My Seven Years as a Prisoner of the North Vietnamese 19, 81 (Alternate) 1981
"Dick Gregory Speaks Out" Part II. 20, 81 1981
#20, 81 Alternate: "Colonial Black Coronation Festivals" Dr. Melvin Wade, Prof. in Afro-American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. 20, 81 (Alternate) 1981
"Energy Policies of the Past II" C. Girard Davidson, former Assistant Secretary for Mineral Resources in the Dept. of the Interior under the Truman Adm.; Elmer F. Bennet, former Asst. Sec. in the Dept. of Interior/Eisenhower Adm.; and Lee C. White, Asst. Special Counsel to Pres. Kennedy; discuss the energy policies of the Truman through Kennedy administrations. 21, 81 1981
"Energy Policies of the Past II" A look at the energy policies of Presidents Johnson through Carter as explained by Lawrence E. Levenson, former Deputy Special counsel to Pres. Johnson; Duke R. Ligon, former assistant of Energy Resources Development under Pres. Nixon; John A. Hill, former Deputy Administrator of the FEA under Pres. Ford; and Alvin L. Alm¨ former Assistant Secretary for Policy and Evaluation in the Dept. of Energy under Pres. Carter. 22, 81 1981
"Atlanta: Portrait of a City Government" Maynard Jackson¨ Mayor of Atlanta, GA. 23, 81 1981
Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal. 24, 81 1981
"Ethnicity and the American Experiment: An Unrecognized Miracle" Rev. Andrew M. Greeley, Senior Study Director at the National Opinion Research Center at the Univ. of Chicago. 29, 81 1981
"JFK: An Assassination Unsolved" Mark Lane, Lawyer and author of six books and two films on the Kennedy Assassination. 30, 81 1981
"Perspective of the Victimless Crime" L. M. Friedman, Marion Rice Kirkwood, Prof. of Law at Stanford University. 32, 81 1981
Hall, David (undated)
Hoffman, Abbey (undated)
Skinner, B. F. (undated)
Street, Dr. Jack (undated)
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4Ja20 9 ten-inch tapes:
Leonard Wineglass (undated)
"A Concept of Totality" Dr. Joe Nichols, of Natural Foods Associates, discusses the Holistic approach to health. 41, 79 1979
"The Philosophy of a Yiddish Writer" Isaac Bashevis Singer, acclaimed Yiddish writer and recipient of the 1978 Nobel Prize for Literature 41, 79 1979
"The Search for Dracula" Dr. Raymond McNally, Professor of Russian History at Boston College; Steven Kaplan of the Vampire Hotline in New York City; and Joe Perkowsky, Professor of Slavic Languages at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville, 47, 79 1979
"Vitamin C: New Developments in Nutrition" Dr. Linus Pauling¨ recipient of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1954. 48, 79 1979
"Our Fears of Death" Dr. Robert Twombly, associate professor of English at U.T. Austin
"Care of the Child Who is Dying" Dr. William Bartholomew, Professor of Pediatrics at the U.T. Health Science Center. 13, 81 1981
"A Poet's View of American Society" Nikki Giovanni. 17, 81 1981
"Images of Women" Gloria Steinem, editor for Ms. Magazine. 48, 80 1980
"Face to Face" Series 1 ten-inch tape Madeline O'Hair vs. Edward Bowman, February 16, 1970
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4Ja21 "KUT University Speakers Series":
36 ten-inch tapes:
Lyndon B. Johnson Commencement Address May 30, 1964
Tom Wolfe "Why Baby Jane Holzer is More Important than Vietnam" November 19, 1965
Bill Mauldin "Political Satire and the Cartoonist" October 17, 1966
Al Capp Address in Union February 23, 1967
Stokely Carmichael Address and Question and Answers April 14, 1967
Ramsey Clark Commencement Address June 3, 1967
Herb Kaplow "The Right to Know and the Obligation to Tell" September 21, 1967
Justice Tom Clark "Supreme Court and Law Enforcement" December 13, 1967
Harry Ransom U.T. Honors Day Convocation March 30, 1968
Leonard Peikoff "The Ethics of Objectivism" April 17, 1968
Marianne Moore Reading May 2, 1968
Dr. G. E. R. Lloyd "Philosophy, Science, and Society Among the Greeks" September 27, 1968
Dr. Joshua Lederburg "Genetics and Ethics" October 10, 1968
Dr. Frederick R. Goff "The Permanence of Gutenburg" October 30, 1968
David Brinkley Address November 22, 1968
Elias Rivers "Introduction to the Spanish Renaissance" December 2, 1968
Bruce Wardropper "Enzina and the Theatre of the Spanish Renaissance" December 3, 1968
Stewart Meacham "Peace Mission to World Pressure Points" December 6, 1968
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4Ja22 36 ten-inch tapes:
Dick Gregory 2 reels 12-12-68
C. T. Hu "The Chinese Cultural Revolution" March 10, 1969
Dr. Eric F. Goldman "The Metroamericans" March 18, 1969
Reinhard Lettau "Poetry--After Auschwitz" April 9, 1969
Gustave Von Grunebaum "Islamic City" April 21, 1969
John McHale "The Transitional World" April 22, 1969
Edwin Reischauer "The Crisis in Our Relations with Asia" May 2, 1969
James Kavanaugh "A Modern Priest Looks at His Outdated Church" 2 reels, December 10, 1969
Peter Ludz "West Germany's Foreign Policy Toward Eastern Europe" March 3, 1970
Dr. Clancy C. Gordon "Environmental Teach-In" April 21, 1970
Ralph Yarborough "Texas Constitutions: Past, Present and Future" January 22, 1974
Lord Boden "Is Anarchy the Rule undated
Barry Commoner undated
Thurgood Marshall undated
Sen. Robert W. Packwood "Sex or Survival" undated
Mrs. Walt Rostow "The End of Education" undated
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4Ja23 "Tales of Texas" nos. 1-4, 19-22, 6 ten-inch tapes, 16 seven inch tapes, 1965-1969
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4Ja24 "Whitman Tapes" nos. 1-7, undated 7 ten-inch tapes
J. Connally and L.B.J., undated 4 ten-inch tapes
"Tales of Texas" nos. 23-26, 36-39, 4 ten-inch tapes 1969
"True West" nos. 1-15, undated 5 seven-inch tapes
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4Ja25 Lyndon B. Johnson Inaugural Speech 1 10-inch tape, 1-20-65
Law and the Free Society--Series 10 10-inch tapes:
"Defamation, Privacy, and the Public's Right to Know" December 8, 1967:
(1) W. Page Keeton and Judge J. Skelly Wright
(2) W. Page Keeton and James Russel Wiggins
(3) Edward J. Bloustein
(4) Leon Green, Marshall Shapo, Norris G. Davis, Dave Shanks--panel discussion
"Emerging Issues of American International Trade Policy" December 13, 1968:
(1) Eugene L. Stuart
(2) Stanley Metzger
(3) Panel Discussion: Carl Fulda, Wendell C. Gordon, George Kozmetsky, Warren Schwartz, Harry K. Wright
"Population Problems and the Law" November 17, 1971
John T. Noonan 3 reels (dupes)
Hogg Foundation Dedication,1 10-inch tape, June 8 , 1968
"The Negro in American History" 9 10-inch tapes
Louis R. Harlan "The Black Power of Booker T. Washington, October 14, 1968
Henry Bullock "Historical Accidents: Vignettes in Negro-American History" October 16, 1968
Dr. Robert Zangrardo "The Organization Negro" October 21, 1968
Dr. William S. Willis "The Negro in the Colonial South" October 24, 1968
Dr. Arthur Zilversmit "The Abolitionists: From Patience to Militance" October 30, 1968
Willie Lee Rose "The Slave at Home: Two Families or None?" November 11, 1968
William McFeely "The Negro During Reconstruction" November 18, 1968
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4Ja26 Thomas R. Cripps "The Hollywood Negro and the Myth of the Southern Box Office" December 19, 1968
August Meier "Toward a History of the Role of Nonviolent Direct Action in American Negro Protest" December 16, 1968
Creativity and the Human Spirit Lecture Series 2 10-inch tapes:
Phillip Kapleau "Zen and Creativity" December 4, 1968
Dr. Gina Cerminara "General Semantics...A 20th Century Approach to Logic, Sanity and Creativity February 19, 1969
Will E. Orgain Lecture Series 2 10-inch tapes:
Arthur Lehman Goodhart "Conflicting Principles in Anglo-American Law" April 26, 1968
Leon Green April 10, 1969
Black Studies Lectures 28 10-inch tapes:
Dr. Roger Abrahams Expressive Culture "Africa and the Americas" Part I July 1, 1969
Dr. Roger Abrahams Expressive Culture "Africa and the Americas" Part II July 1, 1969
Dr. Colin D. Palmer "Slavery in the Americas: Reflections on the Tannenbaum Thesis" July 2, 1969
Dr. Colin D. Palmer "The Slave in Mexican Society: A Case Study" July 2, 1969
Dr. Colin D. Palmer "The Varieties of Mexican Slavery" July 3, 1969
Dr. Colin D. Palmer "Patterns of Slave Control in Mexico" July 3, 1969
Dr. John Biggers "African, European and Afro-American Art" Part I July 7, 1969
Dr. John Biggers "African, European and Afro-American Art" Part II July 7, 1969
Dr. John Biggers "Afro-American Art" Part I July 8, 1969
Dr. John Biggers "Afro-American Art" Part II July 8, 1969
Dr. John Biggers "Contemporary Art & Black Art" Part I July 9, 1969
Dr. John Biggers "Contemporary Art & Black Art" Part II July 9, 1969
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4Ja27 Mr. Robert Donald "Language Arts: Lessons in Negro History" Part I July 10, 1969
Mr. Robert Donald "Language Arts: Lessons in Negro History" Part II July 10, 1969
Mr. Robert Donald "Reflections on Negro Literature" Part I July 11, 1969
Mr. Robert Donald "Reflections on Negro Literature" Part II July 11, 1969
Dr. Henry Bullock "A Thematic Approach to Black Studies" Part I July 14, 1969
Dr. Henry Bullock "A Thematic Approach to Black Studies" Part II July 14, 1969
Dr. Henry Bullock "Depersonalization of Afro-Americans" Part I July 15, 1969
Dr. Henry Bullock "Depersonalization of Afro-Americans" Part II July 15, 1969
Dr. Henry Bullock "The Black Response" Part I July 16, 1969
Dr. Henry Bullock "The Black Response" Part II July 16, 1969
G. Washington, Jr. "Legal Dimensions of Slavery" Part I July 22, 1969
G. Washington, Jr. "Legal Dimensions of Slavery" Part II July 22, 1969
G. Washington, Jr. "Legal Dimensions of Segregation" Part I July 23, 1969
G. Washington, Jr. "Legal Dimensions of Segregation" Part II July 23, 1969
G. Washington, Jr. Untitled Lecture January 8, 1970
Dwight D. Eisenhower Funeral March 31, 1969
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4Ja28 Governor's Speeches to the Legislature 4 10-inch tapes:
John Connally Farewell Address January 15, 1969
Preston Smith Inaugural Ceremony January 21, 1969
Preston Smith Address to the Legislature January 23, 1969
Preston Smith Opening of Second Special Session August 27, 1969
International Students Conference 5 10-inch tapes, 1969:
Dr. Robert E. Peck "Psychology of the Individual" March 6, 1969
Dr. Edward T. Hall "Stratification of Society" March 7, 1969
Samuel P. Huntington "Conflict in National and International Policy" March 7, 1969
Dr. Walter W. Rostow "Foreign Involvement" March 8, 1969
Dr. Manfred Halpern "Search for an Ideology" June 8, 1969
International Ex-Students Conference 5 10-inch tapes, 1970:
U Thant "Human Environment and World Order" May 14, 1970
Dr. Fernando Belaunde-Terry May 14, 1970
McGeorge Bundy May 15, 1970
Dr. Kenneth Holland May 16, 1970
Dr. Harry Ransom May 16, 1970
KUT Debates 2 10-inch tapes:
Madeline O'Hair vs. Dr. Carl McIntire February 16, 1970
John Kenneth Galbraith vs. Dr. Michael C. Jenson October 28, 1977
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4Ja29 L.B.J. Education Symposium 8 10-inch tapes, 1972:
Untitled Reels 1-5 January 24, 1972
Untitled Reels 6-8 January 25, 1972
L.B.J. Civil Rights Symposium 10 10-inch tapes, 1972:
Untitled Reels 1-5 December 11, 1972
Untitled Reels 6-10 December 12, 1972
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4Ja30 "Court and Constitution" 2 10-inch tapes, 1972:
#1-6 Reel 1
#7-13 Reel 2
"Implications of Nuclear Power in Texas" Conference 9 10-inch tapes, 1973;
Reels 1-5 March 1, 1973
Reels 6-9 March 2, 1973
"Options" 4 10-inch tapes:
John Henry Faulk April 19, 1974
Bill Monroe December 15, 1974
Bonnie Raitt October 17, 1975
Uncle Dave Mason Undated
Ex-Students Association Special 1 10-inch tape, April 2, 1974:
Panel--Dr. Stephen Spurr, Charles LeMaistre, M.D., Frank Erwin, Jr., Darrell Royal, Jack Maquire; Moderator--Cactus Pryor; Questions from phone--Walter Cronkite, Mrs. Kathryn Crosby, Governor Dolph Briscoe, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, Coach Tom Landry
John Henry Faulk 2 7-inch tapes:
"6 Pieces" July 16, 1978
"4 Pieces" November 19, 1978
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4Ja31 Faulk, John Henry, nos. 1-6 March 25, 1974
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4Ja32 Faulk, John Henry, nos. 6-11
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4Ja33 Faulk, John Henry
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4Ja34 National Public Radio "New Directions in Civil Rights" 2 10-inch tapes:
Reel 1 undated
Reel 2 undated
Tom Wolfe Interview undated 1 10-inch tape
Walt W. Rostow undated 13 10-inch tapes
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4Ja35 Horizontes 15 10-inch tapes, 1976-1978:
Corpo Santo Tapes 1-2 undated
Agustin Lara Reels 1-7 undated
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo with Dr. Gerard Behague Reel 1 undated
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo with Dr. Gerard Behague Reel 1 duplicate
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo with Dr. Gerard Behague Reel 1 safety copy
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo Reel 2 undated
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo Reel 2 duplicate
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo Reel 2 safety copy
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4Ja36 Horizontes 15 10-inch tapes, 1976-1978:
Lucumi Macumba Voodoo Reel 3 undated
Novos Baianos I & II undated
Johnny Pacheco Special undated
Quilapayun Special Tapes 1-3
Reunion Miguelito Valdes and Machito
Salsa I & II undated
Toqui Amaru Reel 1 undated
Toqui Amaru Reel 2 undated
Toqui Amaru Reel 3 March 8, 1978
Trio--Lugones-Delgado-Cardona October 1976
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4Ja37 "Log in a Clearing" nos. 1-75, 13-75; 13 seven-inch tapes, September 4-November 24, 1975
"Women Today" nos. 1-74, 13-74; 13 seven-inch tapes, December 15, 1973-March 9, 1974
"The 21st Century" nos. 1-72, 10-72; 10 seven-inch tapes, September 15-November 17, 1972
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4Ja38 "The 21st Century" nos. 11-72, 13-72; 3 seven-inch tapes, November 28-December 8, 1972
"Capitol Gallery" nos. 48-76, 49-76; 2 seven-inch tapes, November 10-11, 1972
"Texas Weekly" nos. 13-78, 3-80; 30 seven-inch tapes, March 16, 1978-October 1, 1980
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4Ja39 "Texas Weekly" nos. 4-80, 9-81; 36 seven-inch tapes, January 17,1980-February 19, 1981
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4Ja40 "Texas Weekly" nos. 10-81, 49-81; 36 seven-inch tapes, February 26-November 25, 1981
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4Ja41 "Texas Weekly" nos. 2-82, 47-82; 36 seven-inch tapes, December 18, 1981-November 4, 1982
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4Ja42 "Texas Weekly" nos. 48-82, 4-83; 6 seven-inch tapes, November 18, 1982-January 3, 1983
"Latin American Review" nos. 36-82, 44-83; 30 seven-inch tapes, July 7, 1982-October 12, 1983
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4Ja43 "Latin American Review" nos. 45-83, 13-84; 18 seven-inch tapes, October 19, 1983-March 7, 1984
"Politics and Diplomacy" nos. 1-75, 9-75; 18 seven-inch tapes, September 8-October 30, 1975
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4Ja44 "Politics and Diplomacy" nos. 10-75, 6-79; 8 seven-inch tapes, 1 ten-inch tape, November 11, 1975-June 6, 1979
"Soundings" nos. 1-74, 13-74; 13 seven-inch tapes, March 2-June 7, 1974
"What`s Normal" nos. 1-76, 13-76; 13 seven-inch tapes, March 2-May 26, 1975
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4Ja45 "The Inquiring Mind" nos. 22-75, 26-80; 36 seven-inch tapes, July 31, 1979-May 30, 1980
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4Ja46 "The Inquiring Mind" nos. 40-80, 23-81; 36 seven-inch tapes, August 9, 1980-April 20, 1981
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4Ja47 "The Inquiring Mind" nos. 24-81, 21-82; 36 seven-inch tapes, April 23, 1981-April 23, 1982
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4Ja48 "The Inquiring Mind" nos. 22-82, 20-83; 37 seven-inch tapes, April 30, 1982-March 17, 1983
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4Ja49 "The Inquiring Mind" nos. 21-83, 21-84; 36 seven-inch tapes, April 13, 1983-April 23, 1984
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4Ja50 "The Inquiring Mind" nos. 22-84, 26-84; 5 seven inch tapes, April 25-May 24, 1984
"The Next 200 Years" nos. 23-75, 18-76; 31 seven-inch tapes, May 15, 1975-March 24, 1976
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4Ja51 "The Next 200 Years" nos. 19-76, 19-77; 36 seven-inch tapes, April 1-6, 1976
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4Ja52 "The Next 200 Years" nos. 20-77, 17-78; 36 seven-inch tapes, April 19, 1977-March 20, 1978
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4Ja53 "The Next 200 Years" nos. 18-78, 7-79; 9 16 seven-inch tapes, March 20, 1978-January 19, 197
"Richard Nixon" Inaugural 1 ten-inch tape, January 20, 1969
"Kennedy-Nixon Debate" 1 ten-inch tape, October 7, 1960
"Options" Dr. Cyril Wecht-"The Kennedy Assassination" 1 ten-inch tape, September 19, 1973
"Sandwich Seminar" Dr. Thomas Gould 1 ten-inch tape, July 22, 1970
"Stanton Evans" 2 ten-inch reels, February 8, 1968
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4Ja54 "Stardate" nos. 1-78, 23-79; 36 seven-inch tapes, August 21, 1978-April 26, 1979
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4Ja55 "Stardate" nos. 24-79, 7-80; 36 seven-inch tapes, April 26, 1979-January 5, 1980
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4Ja56 "Stardate" nos. 8-80, 26-80; 19 seven-inch tapes, January 5-May 12, 1980
"Stardate Promos and Demos" undated 3 seven-inch tapes, 17 five-inch tapes
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4Ja57 "Stardate" nos. 27-80, 13-81; 14 ten-inch reels, June 12, 1980-March 29, 1981
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4Ja58 "Stardate" nos. 14-81, 49-81; 13 ten-inch tapes. March 9-October 1, 1981
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4Ja59 "Stardate" nos. 50-81, 50-82; 14 ten-inch tapes, November 12, 1981-December 19, 1982

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2X337 “In Black America,” (7” reels), 1993-2000:
#53-92 / 40-93 through 51-93 / 1-94 through 16-94
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2X338 17-94 through 52-94 / 2-95 through 6-95
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2X339 7-95 through 49-95
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2X340 50-95 through 52-95 / 1-96 through 40-96
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2X341 41-96 through 50-96 / 1-97 through 26-97
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2X342 27-97 through 53-97 / 1-98 through 14-98
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2X343 15-98 through 52-98
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2X344 1-99 through 40-99
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2X345 41-99 through 51-99 / 1-00 through 23-00
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2X346 24-00 through 52-00
“Forum,” (7” reels), 1993-2000:
12-93, 40-93 through 52-93
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2X347 1-94 through 36-94
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2X348 37-94 through 52-94 / 1-95 through 23-95
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2X349 24-95 through 52-95 / 1-96 through 9-96
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2X350 10-96 through 46-96
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2X351 47-96 through 52-96 / 1-97 through 29-97
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2X352 31-97 through 52-97 / 1-98 through 13-98
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2X353 14-98 through 52-98
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2X354 2-99 through 39-99
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2X355 41-99 through 52-99 / 1-00 through 29-00
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2X356 30-00 through 48-00
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2X357 “Blues from the Red Rooster,” (10” reels): 1992-2000
1-92 through 22-92, 51-92
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2X358 46-91 through 49-91 / 4-93 through 10-93 (10” reels)
“Blues at the Texas Union,” 1974
Master /1 through Master /7 (7” reels)
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2X359 “Blues from the Red Rooster” (cont’d)
27-94 through 48-94 / 1-95 through 52-95 (DATs)
1-96 through 46-96
41 and 42-96 (10” reels)
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2X361 Kerrville Festival productions, 1974-1976 and undated:
Kerrville Bluegrass & Country Music Festival:
Program 1 – 2 reels
Program 2 – 2 reels
Kerrville Folk Festival:
Program 1 – 2 reels
Program 2 – 2 reels (undated)
I, reels 1 and 2 / II, reels 1 and 2 (1975)
Kerrville Ragtime Festival, 2 reels, 1974
Kerrville interviews: Townes Van Zandt, Red River Dave, T. Waldo / 7” reels:
Kerrville crowd interviews
Country & Western Jamboree crowd montage crowd interviews
Terry Lickona interviews
Kerrville Country & Western Jamboree, 2 reels (10” reels), 1976
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2X360 “Live from Antone’s,” (10” reels), ca. 1985:
10th Anniversary – reels I through V
Lou Ann Barton – reels I and II
Buddy Guy – reels I through IV
Barbara Lynn – reels I and II
Alex Moore – I
Otis Rush – reels I through IV
Mighty Joe Young – reels I and II
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3X366 “Jazz Revisited,” (WUOM-AnnArbor) 1995-1998
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2X366 27-95 through 38-95 (10” reels)
1-96 through 34-96
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2X367 35-96 through 52-96 / 1-97 through 26-97
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2X368 27-97 through 34-97, 47-97 through 53-97 / 1-98
35-97 through 46-97 (DAT)
2-98 through 23-98 (7” reels)
43 and 44-98 (10” reels)
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3X369 “Crescent City Sounds,” (New Orleans), 1995
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2X369 1-95 through 20-95 (10” reels)
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2X370 21-95 through 40-95
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2X371 “Live Set,” (10” reels) 1984-2000
#1 through 20
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2X372 #21 through 42
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2X373 #43 through 62
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2X374 #63 through 84
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2X375 #85 through 103
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2X376 #104 through 123
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2X377 #124 through 144, reel 1
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2X378 #144, reel 2 through 163
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2X379 #164 through 182
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2X380 #184 through 205
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2X381 #206 through 224
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2X382 #225 through 243, 259
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2X383 #72 through 374 (DAT)
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2X384 #375 through 556 (DAT)
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2X363 Misc. KUT productions and recordings (10” reels)
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2X364 Misc. KUT productions and recordings (10” reels)
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2X395 [2007-262]:
UT section from the book, Education’s Own Stations
“Dwight Macdonald…On Film” (a film criticism lecture series), 1966
Edited typescripts, Lectures 1-12
Correspondence, 1966-1968
7-inch reel tape (20 reels):
“Macdonald on Film,” #1-#18
“Macdonald on Film” theme music
Tape #3
“Macdonald on Film” PgM. #14 Editing Master [empty]
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2X396 10-inch reel (12 reels):
“Dwight Macdonald on Film Lecture,” #1-#12
7-inch reel tape:
Public Service Announcement, Communication Week, March 8-14, 1975
“History of Radio at UT,” Robert Morris
Kennedy Memorial, WUOM, Glen Phillips, Parts I & II
10-inch reel tape:
Sound on Film Radio Program, “2001: Science Fiction or Man’s Future?,” 1970
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Schedule contacts
Press and website
Permissions
Email correspondence
Interview notes
Concerts/calendars
Contacts
Interview logsheets/notes
Press releases
Project documents
General release forms and interview log sheets

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NOTE: The tapes in this portion of the collection are the masters of programs recorded by radio station KUT on the University of Texas campus, then produced and distributed nationwide through KUT’s Longhorn Radio Network in the series, “University of Texas Forum (later “University Forum”). The programs consist of University and guest lecturers, symposiums, and special conferences recorded between 1961 and 1981. The tapes are arranged by their LRN broadcast sequence within each year. Each one-hour program is featured on one 10-inch reel or two 7-inch reels.
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95-260/1 KUT/Longhorn radio network tapes
“In Black America” series, 1981-1993
Understanding the Black Struggle: Ms. Yolanda King, 14-81
Portrait of a Contemporary Writer: Nikki Giovanni, 18-81
Organization of Black Airline Pilots, Inc.: Captain Fred Pitcher, actor and pilot Lloyd Haynes, and John Dryer of Continental Airlines, 43-81
Alcoholism among Blacks: Jo McQuary, executive director of Serenity House, Little Rock, Arkansas, 3-82
Sexually Transmitted in the Black Community: Dr. Randolph Farris, 4-82
Black-Owned Business: George V. Smith, Sr., owner and president of Smith Companies, 6-82
What Blacks Need to Know About Cancer: Dr. Glenn Johnson, 11-82
The Hon. Shirley A. Chisholm, U. S. Representative from the 12th Congressional District, New York, 12-82
Black actor Roger E. Mosley, 27-82
The Hon. Andrew Young, 42-82
A New Breed of Law Enforcement Officer: Houston Police Chief Dr. Lee P. Brown, 47-82
Blues singer Koko Taylor, 48-82
Martin Luther King III, 50-82
Blacks in Boxing: Larry Holms and trainer Eddie Futch, 52-82
The Hon. C. Dolores Tucker, Former Secretary of State of Pennsylvania, 1-83
A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther, Jr., 2-83
Eldridge Cleaver, 3-83
Rock Singer / Songwriter Garland Jeffreys, 4-83
Blacks in Dentistry: Dr. O. Wayne McElveen, 5-83
Blacks in Music: Opera star Leotyne Price and gospel singer Rev. James Cleveland, 6-83
Blacks in Pharmacy: O. C. Houston, 7-83
Black History Month: Former Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm and Dr. John Q. Taylor King, president of Huston-Tillotson College, 8-83
Blacks in Major League Baseball: Don Baylor, of the New York Yankees, 9-83
Blacks in Accounting: Aurelia K. Larry, CPA, and Winsome A. Jeane, president of the Houston chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants, 10-83
Sweet Honey in the Rock: Singer Bernice J. Reagon, 11-83
Economic Progress: An Evaluation: Dr. William A. Darity, Assoc. Prof. Of Economics, UT-Austin, 12-83
The Uncompromising: recording artist Millie Jackson, 13-83
Tony award winner Ben Vereen, 14-83
Blacks in the Space Program: Lieutenant Colonel Guy S. Bulford and Joe Atkinson, Johnson Space Center, 16-83
Blacks in the Medical Profession: Dr. Doreen Clarke Hines, Associate professor of history, Purdue University, 17-83
Dr. John Blassingame, professor of history, Yale, 18-23
Lena Horne’s Conductor: Linda Twine, 19-23
Lena Horne: The Lady and her Music, 20-23
Raising the Black Child: Dr. Rosalee Wingate, associate professor, Huston-Tillotson College, 21-83
Plant Closedowns: Critical Implications for Black Workers: Dr. Rose Brewer, assistant professor, sociology, UT-Austin, 22-83
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95-260/2 Black Professional Golfers: professional golfer Charles Sifford and amateur golfer Alton Duham, 23-83
Michael Cooper, founder and lead vocalist for the group Con Funk Shun, 25-83
Dub-Poet Muta baruka, 26-83
Black comedian Shirley Hemphill, 40-83
Black Enterprise Magazine with founder and publisher Earl G. Graves, 41-83
Invisible Men: Life in Baseball’s Negro League, author Donn Rogosin, 42-83
The Twentieth Anniversary of the Historic March on Washington, 44-83
Mr. Gordon Sparks, Sr., 45-83
Author Chaney Allen, 46-83
The Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics: Vernon Jarrett, national chairman, 47-83
Midnight Star with Reginald Colloway, leader of the music group Midnight Star, 48-83
Dr. Mary Frances Berry, former assistant secretary for education, 49-83
The National Urban League, John E. Jacob, president, 50-83
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Reverend Benjamin L. Hooks, executive director, 51-83
The Shake and Bake Family Fun Center, Glenn Doughty, owner, 52-83
Dr. Richard A. English, an interview with the visiting professor of social work and holder of the Robert Lee Sutherland chair at the University of Texas, 1-84
A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 2-84
Voter Registration and Education, with W. C. Patton, retired director of the NAACP Voter Education Department and Mr. Joseph Madison, current director of the Voter Education Department, 3-84
The Reverend Jesse Louis Jackson, an interview with the founder of Operation PUSH (People United to Serve Humanity) and a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, 4-84
Entertainer Joe Simon, an interview with the businessman / recording artist, 5-84
America’s First Black Wax Museum, an interview with Dr. Elmer P. Martin, co-founder of ‘Great Blacks in Wax’ Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, 6-84
Sickle Cell: The Black Disease, with Loretta Hill, Community Health Coordinator and director of the Sickle Cell program at Holy Cross Hospital in Austin, TX, 7-84
Black History Month: Freedom Fighters, interview with Dr. John Warfield about Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X, 8-84
Project PASS (Program for Success in School) with Dr. Etta Hollins, project coordinator for Project PASS, 9-84
Growing Up Gifted with Dr. Phillip M. Powell, professor of educational psychology at UT-Austin, 10-84
Black Street Speech: It History, Structure, and Survival with UT Assistant Professor John Hanson, 12-84
Entertainer Ms. Phyllis Hyman, an interview with the actress / model / recording artist 13-84
Adopting Black Children with Arlinda Turner, lead adoption worker with Spauling for Children, 14-84
Chemical Dependency in Professional Sports with Carl Eller, former All-Pro lineman of the Minnesota Vikings, 15-84
Investing in Distressed Properties with Michael Greer, 16-84
Trans Africa, Inc. with the group’s executive director, Randall Robinson, who discusses US-African relations, 17-84
The Mary Jane Girls, an interview with group members Jo-Jo, Candi, Cheri, and Maxi, 18-84
The US Commission on Civil Rights with Morris Abram, vice chairman of the Commission, 19-84
The National Education Association with Mary Hatwood Futrell, president of the NEA, 20-84
Jazz Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, an interview with the legendary artist focusing on his career and the current status of jazz in America, 21-84
Comedian and Actor Franklin Ajaye, an interview with Franklin Ajaye, 22-84
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95-260/3 The National Museum of African Art with founding director Dr. Warren M. Robbins, 23-84
A Musical Tribute to Muddy Waters, a commemoration of McKinley Morganfield who died on April 30, 1983, 24-84
African Dance with choreographer Chuck Davis on African dance as an art form, 25-84
Black Theatrical Companies, with Ron Himes, Sterling Vappie, Brenda Redmond and Rann Lewis, 26-84
Opportunities in Insurance with James Hernandez, senior acct. agent with Allstate, 27-84
Blacks in the Legal Profession with Myra McDaniel, legal counsel to Governor Mark White, other guests include Mr. Shelley Ross III and Dennis Archer, 28-84
The Human SERVE (Service Employees Registration and Voter Education) Fund with Hulbert James, executive director of the Fund regarding efforts toward voter registration, 30-84
The American Muslim Mission with Hameen Malik and Nashid Rashid of the American Muslim Mission in Austin, TX, 31-84
Black Seminole Indians with author Doug Sivad, regarding his book of the same title, 32-84
Opera Star Ms. Barbara Conrad, an interview, 33-84
Race Hoss: Big Emma’s Boy with Mr. Albert Race Sample, discussing his book of the same title, 35-84
The Role of Blacks in TV and Film with Whitney LeBlanc, noted actor, director, and producer, 38-84
Black Entertainment Television with Robert L. Johnson, founder and president of BET, 39-84
The Reverend Jesse Jackson, an interview with the former presidential candidate, 40-84
Blacks in Sports with Hugh Lewis, sportscaster, Lynn Elmore, NBA player, and John Thompson, basketball coach at Georgetown University, 41-84
The National Leader Newspaper with former editor/publisher Claude A. Lewis and Ragan Harry, president of Publishers’ Enterprise National, Inc., 42-84
Blacks in Broadcast Ownership with Adam Clayton Powell III and Ragan A. Henry, 43-84
A New Emphasis on Training Teachers, Dr. Lowell J. Bethel, assistant dean for teacher education, UT, 44-84
Blacks in Print and Broadcast Journalism: Ms. Audrey Edwards, senior editor with Essence magazine, Mr. Bob Winlock, assistant editor with WKLY-TV, and Mrs. Beverly Draper, news anchor with WJBK-TV, 45-84
Transracial / Interracial Adoption: Dr. Ruth McRoy, assistant professor of social work at UT-A, 46-84
Mr. Gil Scott-Heron, 47-84
Black Financial Institutions: Mr. Charles Allen, president of First Independence National Bank of Detroit, 48-84
Blacks in County Government: Mr. William Lucas, county executive of Wayne County, Michigan, 49-84
Black Auto Designers: Samuel Mayers and Nehemiah Amaker, both designers with Ford Motor Company, and Dennis Moses and Charles Purrell, clay modelers with Ford Motor Company, 50-84
Adolescent Suicides, Dr. Mae Miller, director of the Early Childhood Therapy Clinic, Texas Research Institute of Mental Sciences and associate professor of Baylor University’s College of Medicine, department of psychiatry, 51-84
Kwanza, Ms. Beverly Tucker and John Innis, 52-84
State Representative Wilhelmina Delco, 1-85
Ms. Myra McDaniel: The Secretary of State for Texas, 2-85
Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 3-85
Olympic Gold Medal Winner: Frank Tate, 4-85
Comedian Frank Ajaye, 5-85
Black History Month / Black Freedom Fighters: Dr. John Warfield, director of the African/Afro-American Studies department, UT, 6-85
Jazz Saxophonist David “Fathead” Newman, 7-85
Baseball Legend Don Newcombe, 8-85
Black Firefighters: Captain Willie R. Davis, Lieutenant Marvin Douglass, and A. J. Holland, Austin Fire Department, 10-85
The Black Collegian Magazine, James Borders, editor, 11-85
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95-260/4 Artist-Educator John Biggers, 12-85
CNN Author Bernard Shaw, 14-85
BET ‘Video Soul’ Host Donnie Simpson, 15-85
The Harlem Globetrotters: Ovie Dotsox, Jimmie Blacklock, and Joe Cunningham, 16-85
National Association of Broadcasters: Dwight Ellis, vice president of the department of Minority Services – NAB, 17-85
Issues in an Era of Retrenchment Politics: Dr. Woodrow Jones, Jr., professor of political science, 18-85
National Telecommunications and Information Administration: Helena Mitchell and Susan Steubilg, 19-85
Actor Calvin Lockhart, 20-85
Black Entertainment Television: Robert Johnson, founder and president of BET, 24-85
The Great Society: A Twenty-Year Critique: Barbara Jordan speech, 25-85
The Great Society: A Twenty-Year Critique of Civil Rights: Vernon Jordan, Congressman Augustus F. Hawkins, and James Farmer, founder of the Congress of Racial Equality, 26-85
Kimberly Moore, escrow officer for Lawyers Title and Abstract Company, 28-85
Life after the National Football League: former professional football player Roosevelt Leaks, 30-85
Blacks in City Government: Terry L. Childers, senior assistant city manager, city of Austin, 32-85
Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks, executive director of the NAACP, keynote address at the seventy-sixth annual convention, 34-85
Today’s Black Woman: Mary Futrell, president of the National Education Association, and Dr. Mary Berry, professor of law and history at Harvard University, 36-85
Current Economic Revolution in Black America: Professor Rhonda Williams, economics UT-Austin, and Professor Robert Gooding-Williams, philosophy, Simmons College, 38-85
The NAACP’s Operation Fair Share and The Crisis Magazine: Fred Beauford, editor of the magazine, and Fred Rasheed, director of the NAACP Economic Development Program, 40-85
Inner City Broadcasting, Inc.: Percy Sutton, chairman of Inner City Broadcasting, Inc., 41-85
The Outspoken Priest: Father George Clements, 42-85
U.S. Congressman Parren J. Mitchell, address given at tenth annual Convention of National Association of Black Journalists, 44-85
Howard University School of Communication: Dr. Orlando Taylor, dean, 45-85
The National Bar Association, attorney Fred D. Gray, president of the National Bar Association, 46-85
The Sara Lee Corp’s Adopt-A-School Program: James H. Hill, director of Public Relations of Communication for Sara Lee, 48-85
Life after the NFL, Mean Joe Green and Roosevelt Leaks, former professional football players, 49-85
Actor-comedian Byron Allen, 50-85
Blacks in Broadcast News Management, Mildred McNeill, news director for WVIT-TV in West Hartford, CT, 51-85
Celebration of Kwanza: Beverly Tucker and John Innis, 52-85
Ms. Cicely Tyson’s Fact-Finding Tour of Central Africa, 1-86
Ethiopia: The Roots of the Crisis: Dr. Donald Crummey, director of African Studies at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, 2-86
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A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 4-86
The Role of Black Judges in a Multi-Ethnic Society: The Hon. Allen E. Brossard, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, state of California, and Ms. Doreen Cook, director of communication for the National Bar Association, 5-86
Blacks in Art with John T. Biggers, retired chairman of Texas Southern University’s art department, 6-86
Black Studies Programs and the Role of the Black Faculty Member: Dr. John Warfield, director of the African/Afro-American Studies and Research Center at UT/A, 7-86
Alcoholism in the Black Community: Ms. Chaney Allen, founder of the California Black Commission on Alcoholism, and Mr. Joe McQuany, executive director of Serenity House in Little Rock, Arkansas, 8-86
The Survival of Minority-Owned Financial Institutions, Mr. Charles Allen, president of First Independence National Bank of Detroit and the National Bankers Association, 9-86
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95-260/5 Black Head Coaches: The Number is Small: Coach Nolan Richardson, University of Arkansas, 10-86
The Association of Black Storytellers: Ms. Miriam E. Barnes, administrative assistant with the Association of Black Storytellers, 11-86
The Minister and the Sheriff: Sheriff Richard P. Lankford, Fulton County, the first black elected sheriff in Georgia, 12-86
The Voter Education Project, Inc.: Ms. Geraldine G. Thompson, executive director with Voter Education Project, Inc., 13-86
Social Responsibility, Reverend Dr. Leon Howard Sullivan, pastor of Zion Baptist Church in Philadelphia and author of the Sullivan Principles, 14-86
Blacks in Banking: Mr. Oliver W. Byrd, vice president of Marketing and Communications for the Mellon Bank, Pittsburgh, 15-86
His Excellency Bishop Desmond Tutu, 16-86
Blacks in the Armed Services: Col. George H. Walls, Jr. of USMC, assistant to the Undersecretary of the Navy, 17-86
The Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Howard University School of Communications: Dr. Orlando L. Taylor, acting dean of the School of Communications, and Gordon Parks, noted author, film director/producer, photographer, and composer, 18-86
Black Hair Care Manufacturers: Mr. Cornell McBride, president and CEO for the M and M Products Company, and Mr. Comer Cottrell, president and CEO for the Pro-Line Corporation, 19-86
The New Black Entertainment Television Network: Mr. Jeffrey Lee, vice president of network operations, and Mr. Robert L. Johnson, founder and president of the Black Entertainment Television Network, 20-86
Apartheid: South Africa: Dr. John H. Clarke, department of Black and Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, New York City, 21-86
Tony Browne’s Journal (Part I), 22-86
Tony Browne’s Journal (Part II), 23-86
The 1985-1986 UT Lady Longhorns: Annette Smith, Fran Harris, Beverly Williams, and Clarissa Davis, all members of UT Lady Longhorns 1985-1986, winners of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, 24-86
The IBF Heavyweight Championship Fight between Michael Spinks and Larry Holmes: interviews with both fighters, Don King, Butch Lewis, Warren Moon, Stan Edwards, and Richard Dent, 25-86
The GOP Candidate for Governor in the State of Michigan: Mr. William Lucas, GOP nomination for governor in the State of Michigan, 26-86
Apartheid: The Case Against South Africa: Mrs. Coretta Scott King, Ambassador James Victor Gbebo of Ghana, the Reverend Dr. Joseph G. Lowrey, and Mr. Randall Robinson, 40-86
The Annual Assembly of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center: Mrs. Coretta Scott King, president and CEO, Mayor Andrew Young, and Mr. Dick Gregory, 41-86
The Civil Rights Movement with James L. Farmer: Former Assistant Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare and Founder and National Director of the Congress of Racial Equality, 42-86
The National Association of Black Journalists Eleventh Annual Conference: Kenneth Walker of ABC News and Jonathan Rogers of WBBM-TV, 43-86
The United States Commission on Civil Rights: Dr. Mary F. Berry, professor of law and history at Howard University and member of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, 44-86
Former Tennis Professional Arthur Ashe and the Fifty-Seventh Annual Baseball All-Star Game: Arthur Ashe and host John Hanson, and a look at the Fifty-Seventh Annual Baseball All-Star Game with Ozzie Smith, Tim Raines, and Tony Gwynn, 45-86
The Reverend Allen Boesak, co-founder of the United Democratic Front and president of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches at the Eleventh Annual Conference of the National Association of Black Journalists, 46-86
The Honorable Alcee Lamar Hastings, U.S. Federal Judge for the Southern District of Florida, 47-86
Black-Owned Newspapers – Part I: Ms. Sonceria “Sonny” Messiah-Jiles, journalist and owner of the Houston Defender newspaper, 48-86
Black-Owned Newspapers – Part II: Ms. Sonceria “Sonny” Messiah-Jiles, journalist and owner of the Houston Defender newspaper, 49-86
Is There Life After Prison – Part I: Brother Mateen A. Baaith, founder and president of Over the Hill, Inc., a Houston based organization concerned about welfare and rehabilitation of the ex-convict and Texas prison inmates in state and federal institutions, 50-86
Is There Life After Prison – Part II: Brother Mateen A. Baaith, founder and president of Over the Hill, Inc., a Houston based organization concerned about welfare and rehabilitation of the ex-convict and Texas prison inmates in state and federal institutions, 51-86
The Celebration of Kwanzaa: Ms. Beverly Tucker and John Innis, 52-86
The Retention of Black Students: Mrs. Mary Hatwood Futrell, president of the National Education Association, Dr. Fredrick S. Humphries, president of Florida A & M University, and Dr. Clinita A. Ford, conference coordinator for the Second National Conference on Black Student Retention, 1-87
The Strangling of Black Rights: Dr. Kenneth S. Tollett, professor of higher education, Howard University, 2-87
Conflict in Learning Styles: Dr. James A. Anderson, Associate Professor of Psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 3-87
A Tribute to Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Mayor Andrew Young, Mrs. Coretta Scott King, and Reverend Leon Sullivan, 4-87
Professional Boxing: The Men Behind the Champions: Mr. Angelo Dundee, Mr. Don King, and Mr. Murry Goodman, 5-87
Jazz Musician Louis Carrington, Jr., 6-87
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95-260/6 Lerone Bennett, Jr., senior editor of Ebony magazine and Dennis Schatzman, first executive director of the National Association of Black Journalists, 7-87
Four Blacks Who Have Made A Difference: Lt. Col. Guy S. Bulford, Jr., the first black American astronaut, William Raspberry, national syndicated columnist for the Washington Post newspaper, Ms. Lena Horne, and the Honorable Shirley Chisholm, former Congresswoman, 8-87
The BS Syndrome: The Hidden Secrets and Joe Jackson: Mr. Victor Salupo, author of The BS Syndrome, published by Bill Buster Press and Joe Jackson, father of “The Jacksons,” 9-87
Super Bowl XXI – Part I: Mr. Irv Cross, CBS-TV Sports-Commentator and Mr. Willie Davis, former all-pro with the Cleveland Browns and the Green Bay Packers, 11-87
Super Bowl XXI – Part II: L. C. Greenwood, former all-pro with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Robert Johnson, founder and president of Black Entertainment Television, Butch Johnson, former wide-receiver with the Denver Broncos, and Mr. Willie Davis, former all-pro with the Cleveland Browns and the Green Bay Packers, 12-87
Super Bowl XXI – Part III: Kwesi and Deborah Yeboah, founders of Regency Exotic Car Rental, and Gene Washington, former wide-receiver with the San Francisco 49ers, 13-87
Ventriloquist/Comedian Willie Tyler and Lester and Arthur Ashe, 14-87
Dr. Edith Mae Jones: immediate past president of the National Medical Association and the first black to attend the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, 15-87
Ms. Juliet Cuthbert and Short Sizes, Inc.: 1986 NCAA Champion in the 100 and 200 meter dash and Mr. Robert Stern, president of Short Sizes, Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio, 16-87
Howard University School of Communications Sixteenth Annual Awards Luncheon – Part I: Reverend Jesse Louis Jackson, 17-87
Howard University School of Communications Sixteenth Annual Awards Luncheon – Part II: Reverend Jesse Jackson and Mr. Dwight Ellis, vice president of the National Association of Broadcasters, 18-87
Broadcast Pioneer Malvin Goode: first black television reporter for ABC-TV, now a consultant for the National Blade Radio Network, 19-87
Black College Coaches: James Smith and the Gemini Health Club: Mr. Conway Hayman, head football coach at Prairie View A & M University, James “Bonecrusher” Smith, former WBA heavyweight champion, and Jim Teresi of Gemini Health Club, 20-87
The Mass Communication Program at Dillard University: Professor Warren A. Bell, Jr., coordinator of the Mass Communication Program at Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana, 21-87
Black Sportscasters with ESPN’s John Saunders and CBS’s Irv Cross, 22-87
The First Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights with Linda Brown Smith, Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Professor George Wright, and William H. Cunningham, 23-87
The First Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights – Part II with Lyman T. Johnson, James Meredith, and William Raspberry, 24-87
The First Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights – Part III with Texas State Representative Wilhelmina Delco, Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Professor Barbara Jordan, and Dr. George Wright, 25-87
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and America’s Quest for Racial Integration: Dr. A. B. Assensoh, professor of history, Dillard University, 40-87
Corporate Headquarters Magazine: Dr. Harold Fisher, publisher of Corporate Headquarters Magazine, 41-87
CBS News Correspondent Harold Den, 42-87
Harold Washington, mayor of Chicago, speaks before Black Journalists at Twelfth annual National Conference of the National Association of Black Journalists, 43-87
TV news anchor Tony Cox and Kenneth Walker, ABC TV news correspondent, 44-87
Junior Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Inc.: Curtis King, founder and president, 45-87
Breaking the Ice: the Integration of Southwest Conference Football: author Richard Pennington, 46-87
AIDS in the Black Community: Charles Wallace and Dorothy Gibson of the Texas Department of Health, 47-87
AIDS in the Black Community – Part II: Dr. Paul Bristol, 48-87
Women with Power: Mrs. Mary M. Davis, director of administration with Regional Transportation District in Denver, Colorado, 49-87
Women with Power: Ms. Tracye McDaniel, executive director of Capitol City Chamber of Commerce – Austin, Texas, 50-87
Black Catholics: Reverend George Artis, Holy Cross Catholic Church, 51-87
Adam Clayton Powell, III, 52-87
The Triumph of the Human Spirit: Dr. Vera King Farris, president of Stockton State College, 2-88
A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 3-88
The Honorable Willie L. Brown, speaker of the California State Assembly, 4-88
Black Freedom, focusing on Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey, 5-88
The Goree Island Celebration of Remembrance: Djibril Diallo – United Nations’ Children’s Fund and Eugene Jackson – Unity Broadcasting, 7-88
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95-260/7 The Pan-African Festival of Arts and Culture: Pathe Dia Gne, Secretary General of FESPAC in Dakar, Senegal, Ms. Simono Mubi, Zimbabwean journalist, and Djibril Diallo, senior information officer with United Nations’ Children’s Fund, 8-88
The Protection and Survival of African Youth: Ms. Michelle Brochet, regional health care supervisor and member of UNICEF based in Dakar, Senegal, 9-88
Beyond the Ring: The Role of Boxing in American Society: Dr. Jeffrey T. Sammons, author of Beyond the Ring: The Role of Boxing in American Society, 10-88
Beyond the Ring: The Role of Boxing in American Society – Part II: continuation of discussion with Dr. Jeffrey T. Sammons, 11-88
Super Bowl XXII: David Cornwell, director of the Equal Employment with the NFL and Hartwell Rassdall, lone black member of the San Diego Super Bowl Task Force, 12-88
Super Bowl XXII – Part II: Mr. Marvin Powell, president of the NFL Players Association, Gene Upshaw, executive director of NFL Players Association, and Pete Rozelle, commissioner of the NFL, 13-88
The Houston Defender Newspaper and comedian Whoopi Goldberg: Mrs. Sonny Messiah-Jiles, publisher and editor of Houston Defender Newspaper, and Whoopi Goldberg, comedian, 14-88
Whoopi Goldberg, comedian, 15-88
Author Alex P. Haley, part II, 16-88
The Pan-African News Agency, also Goree Island, 17-88
The National Association of Black and Minority Chambers of Commerce: Mr. Oscar Coffey, president of The National Association of Black and Minority Chambers of Commerce, 20-88
Over the Hill, Inc., Mateen Baaith, founder and president, 21-88
The Second Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights – Part I: Dr. George C. Wright, director of African and Afro-American Studies Research Center, UT-Austin, Mr. James Farmer, founder and former director of the Congress of Racial Equality, and Dr. Darlene Clark Hime, Michigan State University, and Dr. Gerald D. Jaynes, Yale University, 22-88
The Second Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights – Part II: Dr. George C. Wright, director of African and Afro-American Studies Research Center, UT-Austin, Mr. James Farmer, founder and former director of the Congress of Racial Equality, and Dr. Darlene Clark Hime, Michigan State University, and Dr. Gerald D. Jaynes, Yale University, 23-88
The Second Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights – Part III: Mr. James Farmer, founder and former director of the Congress of Racial Equality, and Dr. Darlene Clark Hime, Michigan State University, and Dr. Gerald D. Jaynes, Yale University, 24-88
The University of Texas at Austin Football Program with Coach Clarence James, 25-88
The DFW/ABC Seventh Annual Banquet with Mr. Bertram Lee, president of BML Associates of Boston, 26-88
Bob Law, Host of the National Black Network’s Program Night Talk, 28-88
National Association of Black Journalists Region VII Newsmakers Conference with Ernest Monad and Dewayne Wickham, president of the National Association of Black Journalists, 40-88
Ms. Marla Gibbs, star of the NBC Television Series “227,” 41-88 The Missing Black Comic Strip: Mrs. Susan H. Wilson, assistant principal at TC Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia, 42-88
Ms. Verma Green: Black Women Broadcast Management, vice president and general manager of radio station WJLB FM 98 in Detroit, Michigan, 43-88
Jazz Musician Hollis Gentry, III, 45-88
Educating America’s Minorities: Dr. Richard R. Green, chancellor of the New York City Public School System, and Dr. Arthur Jefferson, general superintendent of the Detroit Board of Education, 46-88
National Association of Black Journalists’ Thirteenth Annual Convention: Kerner Plus 20: Moving Ahead or Slipping Back – Part I: panel – Dwight Ellis, Frankie Freeman, Bobby Seale, Norman Seay, Ernie Schultz, and Margaret Bush Wilson, 47-88
National Association of Black Journalists’ Thirteenth Annual Convention: Kerner Plus 20: Moving Ahead or Slipping Back – Part II: panel – Dwight Ellis, Bobby Seale, and Margaret Bush Wilson, 48-88
National Association of Black Journalists’ Thirteenth Annual Convention: Kerner Plus 20: Moving Ahead or Slipping Back – Part III: panel – Dwight Ellis, Margaret Bush Wilson, and Dick Gregory, 49-88
The Grand Alliance for Children in Africa: Djibril Diallo, United Nations’ Children’s Fund, and Dick Gregory, UNICEF, 50-88
The World African Memorial Competition: Mr. Eugene Jackson, president of the Unity Broadcasting Company, Djibril Diallo, chief information officer with the United Nations’ Children’s Fund, President Moussa Traore of Mali, and Moustapha Ka, Senegalese Minister of Culture, 51-88
Minority Children in U. S. Public Schools: Mary Hatwood Futrell, president, National Education Association, 1-89
AIDS Awareness in the Black Community: Dr. Reed V. Tuckson, Dr. Herbert W. Nickens, Don Edward, Joe Davison, and Robin Smith, 2-89
A Tribute to the Late Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 3-89
The Joint Board of Director’s Meeting Between National Association of Black Journalists, NAHJ (National Association of Hispanic Journalists), AAJA (Asian American Journalists Association), and NAPA: Dewayne Wickham, president of the National Association of Black Journalists, and Lloyd LaCuesta, president of the Asian American Journalists Association, 4-89
The Fourth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education: Dr. Samual D. Proctor, professor emeritus, State University of New Jersey-Rutgers, 5-89
Diverse Cultures: We Need to Understand Each Other: Dr. James Anderson, professor of psychology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 6-89
Improving Minority Graduate Student Retention – Part II: Dr. Anne S. Pruitt, 10-89
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95-260/8 General Railroad Equipment Services, Inc.: Dr. Ronald Thompson, chief executive director, 11-89
Black Student Failure is a Design in the Educational System: Regent Adelaide Luvenia Hines Sanford, 12-89
Freedom and Equality: Honorable Jack E. Tanner, United States District Court, Western District, Washington, 13-89
The Slave House on Goree Island and the Goree Island Celebration of Remembrance: Djibril Diallo, senior adviser, United Nations’ Children’s Fund, and Eugene Jackson, president of Unity Broadcasting, 14-89
Blacks in Nursing: An Invisible History: Dr. M. Elizabeth Carnegie, editor emeritus of Nursing Journal, 15-89
Black Women on the Frontline: Mary M. Davis, Dr. Vrea King Farris, and Mrs. Sonny Messiah-Jiles, 16-89
The King of Fast Foods Franchising: Mr. Brady Keys, 17-89
Ford / Takoff Video: Dr. Arthur Jefferson, Helen Love, and Glenn Doughty, 18-89
Executive Assistant Director of the FBI John D. Glover, 19-89
Malcolm-Jamal Warner, co-star of the NBC television program The Cosby Show
The African American Experience: The Paradox of Civil Rights: Dr. William J. Wilson, professor of Sociology and Public Policy, University of Chicago, 22-89
The Inner City Ghetto: Dr. William J. Wilson, 22-89
The Heman M. Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights – Part II: Dr. William J. Wilson, Dr. Lee P. Brown, and Dr. Barbara J. Solomon, 24-89
Joe Louis: Fifty Years an American Hero: Joe Louis Barrow, Jr., author, 25-89
The Western Regional Conference of the National Association of Black Journalists, 26-89
Future Minority Journalists, 40-89
Black-Owned Auto Dealership with Mr. J. Michael Chargois, owner, Pavilion Lincoln-Mercury, Austin, TX, 41-89
Ashbell’s South Carolina Bar-B-Que Sauce: Ashbell “Chuck” McElveen, president, 43-89
The Bill Pickett Invitational Black Rodeo: Lu Vason, president, 44-89
Four Star General Colin L. Powell: a speech at the Fourteenth Annual Convention of the National Association of Black Journalists in New York City. This was Powell’s first speech since his nomination for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was announced by President Bush. 45-89
A tribute to George T “Mickey” Leland: an interview with the late Congressman recorded in 1981, 46-89
Susan L. Taylor – Editor-in-Chief of Essence Magazine: an interview, 47-89
In the Spirit with Susan L. Taylor: a speech given by Taylor at a women’s conference in Houston, TX, 48-89
Spencer Haywood: Drugs Destroyed My Career: an interview with the former NBA star regarding his battle with cocaine, 49-89
Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, Secretary of Health and Human Services: a speech given by Sullivan at the Second National Conference on Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 50-89
The Honorable Wilhelmina Delco: an interview with the Texas State Representative regarding her political career and school finance legislation, 51-89
Dr. Harold P. Freeman: an interview with the president of the American Cancer Society, 52-89
The Terrie Williams Agency: an interview with Ms. Williams, 1-90
Maxima Corporation with Joshua I. Smith: an interview with the founder, Chairman of the Board, and CEO of the Maxima Corporation, 2-90
A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., annual tribute by John L. Hanson, Jr., 3-90
A Tribute to Frank L. Mingo: an interview with the late executive officer of the Mingo Group, Inc., 4-90
A Review of the Case against the SAT: highlights of the Fifth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education, featuring Mr. George Stokes of the Institute of International Education and author Dr. James Course, 5-90
How Demographic Changes Interact with Standardized Testing and Assessment: highlights of the Fifth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education: featuring Dr. Israel “Ike” Tribble, Dr. Donald Carstensen and Dr. Michael J. Zieky, 6-90
Current Trends in Higher Education for Minorities and Projections for the Next Century: highlights of the Fifth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education: featuring Dr. Georgia Day of Fairfield University and Dr. Richard Fairley of the U. S. Office of Education, 7-90
Health Care at Risk: The Uninsured: highlights of the Second National Conference on Health Care for the Poor and Underserved with Dr. Donald Goldstone of the National Center for Health Services Research and Dr. Woodrow A. Myers, commissioner, State Health Department, Indianapolis, Indiana, 8-90
A National Program Design to Preserve Minority Youth in Higher Education: highlights of the Fifth National Conference on Black Students Retention in Higher Education with Dr. Arnold L. Mitchem, executive director of the National Council on Education Opportunity Association, 9-90
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95-260/9 Blacks in Engineering: interview with Whittington, civil engineer, 10-90
A National Program to Preserve Minority Youth in Higher Education: highlights of the Fifth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education with Dr. Arnold L. Mitchem of the National Council of Educational Opportunity Association, 11-90
U. S. Representative Craig Washington: interview with Representative Washington, regarding his friendship with the late George “Mickey” Leland, and his plans for Congress, 13-90
The Honorable Michael N. Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica: address to the National Membership of the National Association of Black Journalists, 14-90
Medicare: Opportunity or Dilemma, 16-90
The Honorable Dr. Richard Arrington: interview with the Mayor of the City of Birmingham, Alabama, 17-90
Mrs. Iris Jones, City of Austin Attorney, 18-90
Racism in the Media with Dewayne Wickham: highlights of the Ninth Annual Region VII Conference of the National Association of Black Journalists, 19-90
The Honorable Craig Washington – Eighteenth District Houston: highlights of the Ninth Annual Region VII Conference of the National Association of Black Journalists, 20-90
The Fourth Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium featuring Dr. Samuel Proctor of Rutgers University, 21-90
The Fourth Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium featuring Dr. Samuel Proctor of Rutgers University, Part II, 22-90
The Fourth Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium including Lewis Wright, UT-Austin, William Livington, UT-Austin, Standish Meacham, UT-Austin, and Dr. Samuel Proctor, Rutgers University, Part III, 23-90
The Political Philosophy of Malcolm X: interview with Dr. Maulanal Karengy, 40-90
The Political Philosophy of Malcolm X – Part II, 41-90
The Life and Legacy of Malcolm X – Part III, 42-90
The Life and Legacy of Malcolm X – Part IV, 43-90
National Association of Black Journalists’ Fifteenth Annual Convention with Dr. Louis Sullivan, 45-90
Over the Hill, Inc. with Mateen Baaith, 46-90
Black Entrepreneurship with Dr. John Butler, 47-90
The Reverend Cecil Williams: interviews with the pastor of Olide Memorial United Methodist Church of San Francisco
The World Summit for Children: talk with Djibril Diallo, senior adviser with the United Nations’ Children’s Fund, 48-90
Black CPA’s with Deborah Shaw Boatner, 49-90
The Reverend Cecil Williams: highlights of Reverend Williams’s presentation at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, 50-90
The Reverend Cecil Williams – Part II: highlights of Reverend Williams’s presentation at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, 51-90
Tuberculosis among African-Americans, 52-90
The National Bar Association with Algenita Scott Davis: an interview with the newly elected president of the National Bar Association, 1-91
Dr. Marguerite R. Barnett: an interview with the president of the University of Houston, the first African-American woman heading a national research institution, 2-91
Unity National Bank with Larry Hawkins: an interview with the vice president of the Houston-based bank, 3-91
A Tribute to the Late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 4-91
Dr. Selma Burke, 5-91
Dr. Selma Burke – Part II: a speech by Dr. Burke, the artist who created the image of FDR that appears on the American dime, 6-91
Dr. Selma Burke – Part III, 7-91
A Tribute to the Late Malcolm X, 8-91
Call Her LEXI: an interview with gospel recording artist LEXI, 9-91
Tribute to the Houston Defender Newspaper: presentation of highlights of the sixtieth anniversary of a leading Black newspaper, 10-91
The Sixth National Conference on Black Students in Higher Education with Clintia Ford of Florida A & M University, 11-91
The Sixth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education – Part II with Clintia Ford of Florida A & M University, Dr. James Anderson, and Julius Chamber, 12-91
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95-260/10 Current Legal Environment of Minority Education: speech by Julius L. Chamber given at the Sixth National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education, Baltimore, Maryland, Fall 1990, 13-91
Minorities in Education: A National Challenge featuring Dr. Belinda Cardenas Ramirez, director of the Office of Minority Concerns at the American Council of Education, 14-91
TransAfrica with Randall Robinson: an interview with the organization’s executive director, 15-91
Is the Navy Playing Fair in the Awarding of Contracts?, 16-91 The NFL and Glaucoma, 17-91
Texas Speaker Pro-Tempore Wilhelmina Delco: an interview with the first woman to hold the second highest position in the House, 18-91
Gospel recording artist Witness with group members Tina Brooks, Lisa Page, Diane Campbell, and Yolanda Harris, 21-91
Brigadier General John H. Bailey: an interview with the first Black general in the Texas Guard, 23-91
General Manager Michael Huyghue: an interview with the GM of the Birmingham Fire of the World League of American Football, 24-91
In Pursuit of Community: an interview with Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, 25-91
In Pursuit of Community: an interview with Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, 26-91
Dr. Johnetta Cole, 32-91
No title listed, 40-91
Dr. Lenora B. Fulani, 41-91
Xeron Clayton, 42-91
The Honorable Emanuel Cleaver, 43-91
Mr. Randall Robinson, 44-91
The Status of Black Economic and Political Progress, 45-91
No title listed, 46-91
Dr. Condoleezza Rice, 47-91
Big Brothers / Big Sisters, 48-91
Mr. Greg M. Duckett, 49-91
Gregory M. Duckett, Part II, 50-91
The Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel (Memphis), 51-91
The Civil Rights Museum, Part II, 52-91
Life at Ebony Magazine with Lynn Norment, 1-92
Dallas Commissioner John Wiley Price, 2-92
The Evolution of Jazz with Ed Love, 3-92
Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 4-92
Dr. Sheila Walker, African-American Studies, UT-Austin, 5-92
Metamedicine with Dr. Vida C. Baron, MD, 6-92
Dr. Jewelle Taylor Gibbs, 7-92
Marvin Cato, Part I, 8-92
Marvin Cato, Part II, 9-92
Nelson Mandela, Part I, 10-92
Nelson Mandela, Part II, 11-92
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95-260/11 Missing in Action with Dr. Walter Allen, Part I, 12-92
Missing in Action with Dr. Walter Allen, Part II, 13-92
Michael Klein and Ms. Pryor, 14-92
Dr. Harry Edwards, Part I, 15-92
Dr. Harry Edwards, Part II, 16-92
The State of Black America, 1992, 17-92
Alexander Palmer Haley, author, 18-92
Dr. Barbara Solomon, 19-92
Dr. William Cox, 20-92
The Late Dr. Marguerite Ross Barnett, 21-92
Ms. Faye Wattleton, 22-92
Lieutenant Drew T. Brown III, 23-92
Minister Louis Farrakan, Part I, 24-92
Minister Louis Farrakan, Part II, 25-92
Dr. James Anderson, 26-92
2X2 Bikes and Paul Quinn College, 27-92
The Y.E.S. (Youth Exchange and Study) Program and Paul Quinn College, 28-92
Dr. Joseph E. Harris, 29-92
Chief Howard Dodson, 30-92
Colin Powell / World War II Exhibit, 31-92
Managing Editors of the Dallas Morning News, 32-92
Chairman Renee Higginbotham Brooks, 33-92
Dr. Deborah L. Mack, 34-92
The African Press Summit, 35-92
Lieutenant General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., 40-92
Dr. Ben S. Carson, 41-92
The Black Parenting Program, Part I, 42-92
The Black Parenting Program, Part II, 43-92
Black, Red, and Deadly, 44-92
Attracting Students to Sciences, 45-92
Black America, 1992
Kirk Whalum, jazz saxophonist, 48-92
Mr. William Gray, 49-92
Reverend Jesse Jackson, 50-92
President Charles Daye: Law School Admission, 51-92
State of Black America and Community Schools, 52-92
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95-260/12 Minority Male Initiative Program, Part I, 1-93
Minority Male Initiative Program, Part II, 2-93
Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 3-93
John Lucas, 4-93
Mr. Eddie Orum, 5-93
Mr. Earl Nelson, Part I, 6-93
Mr. Earl Nelson, Part II, 7-93
The Energy Policy: Alan Struga, 8-93
Dr. Margaret Beale Spencer, 9-93
Dr. Spencer H. Holland, 10-93
Dr. Spencer H. Holland, Part II, 11-93
Community-Based Involvement with Black Males, 12-93
Community-Based Involvement with Black Males, Part II, 13-93
Racial Division Split Youth Generation, 14-93
Community-Based Involvement / Our Black Men are Dying, 15-93
The Right Kind of Heroes, 16-93
UT Ladies’ Track Coach Beverly Kearney, 17-93
Sickle Cell Anemia with Lynda Henry, 18-93
Power with Ron Brown, 19-93
Power with Dr. Ronald B. Brown, Part II, 20-93
Ms. Maya Angelou and Somali Update, 21-93
Dr. Barbara White, Dean, UT School of Social Work, 22-93
Dr. Edward S. Cooper, President of AHA, 23-93
Mr. Randall Robinson: Sweatt Symposium, 24-93
Sweatt Symposium: Beyond Kente: from Ghana to Texas, Part I, 25-93
Sweatt Symposium: Beyond Kente: from Ghana to Texas, Part II, 26-93
Sweatt Symposium: Beyond Kente: from Ghana to Texas, Part III, 27-93
Journalist and Author Yelena Khanga, 28-93
Endometriosis with Dr. Ronald L. Chatman, 29-93
The Black Church after the Waco Tragedy, 30-93
Paul Robeson, Jr.: Speaks to America, 31-93
Understanding African and African-American Music, 32-93
The University Outreach Center, 33-93
The Great March on Washington – 1963, 34-93
Ms. Barbara Wright-Sykes, 36-93
Speculative Ventures with Alan Josselyn, 37-93
The Links, Inc. with Representative Wilhelmina Delco, 38-93
The Links, Inc. with Thelma Rice and Marion Sutherland, 39-93

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The Sterile Cuckoo and other books, author John Nichols, 43-81 Classical Saxophone, musician Harvey Pittel, 43-81
Onomastics: the study of names, Karl Ames, Associate Professor of English, UT-Austin, 44-81
The Prevention of Alcoholism through Nutrition, Dr. Roger Williams, 44-81
Onomastics: the study of names, Karl Ames, Associate Professor of English, UT-Austin, 45-81
Helping People Take Control of Their Lives through Transformational Psychology, meditation teacher and counselor Barbara Joy, 45-81
The Westside Preparatory School, teacher and school founder Marva Collins, 46-81
Cancer Research, Dr. Laurence Hurley, Drug Dynamics Institute, UT-Austin, 47-81
Drug Dynamics Institute, UT-Austin, 47-81
The effects of vitamin supplements on retarded children, Dr. Donald Davis, research scientist associate at the Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute, UT-Austin, 48-81
The Correlation between Diet and Crime, Earl Staeline, Austin Wellness Center, 48-81
Zinc Status in Vegetarians, Dr. Jeanne Freeland Graves, 49-81
Mathophobia, Dr. Jim Daniel, Department of Math, UT-Austin, Joyce Pole, UT news and information services, UT-Austin, and author Sheila Tobias, 49-81
Women and Drug Abuse, Dr. Victor Yanchick, associate dean, College of Pharmacy, UT-Austin, 50-81
When the Cook Can’t Look, Dr. Ralph Read, associate professor, Germanic Languages, UT-Austin, 50-81
Different aspects of stress: the causes, sources, and some effective ways of dealing with stress, Dr. Larry Bugen, St. Edwards University, Austin Stress Clinic, 51-81
The Discovery of Lucy, paleoanthropologist Dr. Donald Johanson, 53-81
Folk Medicine in the Andes, Joseph Bastien, Department of Sociology, UT-Arlington, 1-82
The David O. Selznick Archives, Edwin Neal and Deckard Turner, Humanities Research Center, UT-Austin, 1-82
An Evening with Ram Das, Part I, author and philosopher Ram Das, 2-82
An Evening with Ram Das, Part II, author and philosopher Ram Das, 3-82
Alcoholism: Treatment and Rehabilitation, Dr. Joseph Pursch, Comprehensive Care Corporation, 4-82
Conclusion of Alcoholism: Treatment and Rehabilitation, Dr. Joseph Pursch, Comprehensive Care Corporation, 5-82
CHIPS: A Game, Dr. Ralph Gohring, College of Education, UT-Austin, 6-82
The Education Law Clinic, Steven Goode, School of Law, UT-Austin, 6-82
‘DOC’ – Doctors Ought to Care, Dr. Rick Richard, 6-82
Current Developments in the Administration of Justice, Part I, Benjamin Civiletti, 8-82
Current Developments in the Administration of Justice, Part II, Benjamin Civiletti, 9-82
The History of Sport, Dr. Bill Beezley, UT-Austin, Longhorns coach Fred Adkers, UT-Austin, and Dr. Keith Bell, 10-82
Teen pregnancy and contraceptive education, Norma Wilkerson, School of Nursing, UT-Austin, Dr. Peggy Smith, College of Medicine, Baylor University, Dr. Larry Brownstein, Planned Parenthood of Austin, Sharon Erch, Planned Parenthood of Austin, and Tina Quarez, Kealing Learning Center in Austin, 11-82
Political Humor throughout the Ages, Karl Ames, Department of English, UT-Austin, 12-82
Coping with Adolescence, Dr. John Conger, Adolescent Psychiatry Program, University of Colorado School of Medicine, 12-82
The Politics of Outer Space, Dr. Nathan Goldman, Government Department, UT-Austin, 13-82
The Restoration and Preservation of Artifacts Recovered from the Spanish Shipwreck in 1554, Dr. Dee Ann Story, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, UT-Austin, 14-82
Attitudes towards the ERA, Dr. Robert Leone, assistant professor of marketing, UT-Austin, 14-82
The Role of Black Culture in Society, poet and author Maya Angelou, 15-82
The Role of Black Culture in Society, Part II, poet and author Maya Angelou, 16-82
The Concepts of Holistic Health, Evelyn Brown, Austin Area Holistic Health Organization, 17-82
Medical Self-Care, Dr. Tom Ferguson, 17-82
A Training Program for Hyperactive Adolescents, Dr. Kathlee Waddell, assistant professor, Educational Psychology, UT-Austin, 18-82
Woman Power, Democratic Congresswoman Shirley Chisolm, 19-82
Rewarding Careers, Nowal Glenn, Sociology Department, UT-Austin, Career Counselor Jeanne Quereau, 20-82
Love is Letting Go of Fear, Dr. Jerry Jampolsky, 21-82
Author Tommy Thompson, 22-82
Problems with Overspending, Lonnie Williams, director of the Consumer Credit Counseling Service, 23-82
Dr. Patricia Berne and Dr. Louis Savary, authors who discuss ways parents and teachers can help build children’s self-esteem, 23-82
Kidney Disease Treatment, Dr. John Moncrief, 24-82
Burnout, Dr. Michael Lauderdale, 24-82
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2 Herbology, Herbal practitioner Jared Gann, 25-82
Nutrition during the Life Cycle, Part I, Dr. Myron Winick, professor Columbia University, 26-82
Nutrition during the Life Cycle, Part II, Dr. Myron Winick, professor Columbia University, 27-82
The Electric Preacher, Part I, Dr. William Martin, Sociology Department, Rice University, 32-82
The Electric Preacher, Part II, Dr. William Martin, Sociology Department, Rice University, 33-82
Comedian/human and political rights activist Dick Gregory, Part I, 36-82
Comedian/human and political rights activist Dick Gregory, Part II, 37-82
Biofeedback, Dr. Larry Bougen, director of Psychological Services, St. Edwards University, 2-83
Computer Technology in Advancing Research, Dr. David Huff, Professor of Marketing, Dr. Lennat Kopra, and Dr. Roderick Hart, professors of speech, UT-Austin, 5-83
Feminism and Religion, Sister Maureen Fiedler, National Coordinator of Catholics for the ERA, Barbara Schulman, student of Judaic Studies, 6-83
Exploring the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Dorothy Emerson, consultant in organizational development, 7-83
Eldridge Cleaver, former Black Panther member and its Minister of Information, 8-83
Community Mental Health, Dr. Betram Brown, 9-83
Iridology, Barbara Hewitt, professional iridologist, 10-83
Attitudinal Healing – Learning to Live in the Present, Janis Claflin, President of the Board of the Austin Center for Attitudinal Healing, 11-83
Phenomenon of Waiting, Dr. James Fitzsimmons and Dr. Robert Sullivan, department of management, UT-Austin, 12-83
Health Care, Dr. Ron Wurtzbaugh, founder and director of Austin Clinic, 13-83
How Americans Fail their Children, Dr. Norton Grubb, UT School of Public Affairs, 14-83
Documentary Filmmaking, Jon Krawitz, independent filmmaker and professor of Radio, Television, Film, UT-Austin, 15-83
Heart Disease, Dr. Roseanne Shorey, Nutrition Department, UT-Austin, 16-83
Death, Part I, Stephen Levine, Director of the Hanuman Foundation Dying Project, 17-83
Death, Part II, Stephen Levine, Director of the Hanuman Foundation Dying Project, 18-83
Body Beautiful/Mind Serene Project, Dr. Betram Brown, President, Hahnemann University, 19-83
Alcoholism, Part I, John and Pat O’Neill, directors of Intervention Training Program, Dr. Joseph Pursch, Corporate Medical Director for the Comprehensive Care Corporation, Dr. Colton Erikson, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program, UT-Austin, 20-83
Alcoholism, Part II, John and Pat O’Neill, directors of Intervention Training Program, Dr. Joseph Pursch, Corporate Medical Director for the Comprehensive Care Corporation, Dr. Colton Erikson, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program, UT-Austin, 21-83
Stress Management, Dr. Edward Charlesworth, director of Willowbrook Psychological Associates, 22-83
Open Adoption, Crawens-Garner, regional director of Lutheran Social Services of Texas, 23-83
Cults and New Religions Events, Dr. Les Kurtz, Sociology Department, UT-Austin, 24-83
Irv Teibel, creator of Environments – natural sounds used to block out unwanted extraneous noise, 25-83
Anorexia and Bulimia, Dr. David Coffman, Counseling Psychological Services, UT-Austin, 26-83
Osteopathy, Dr. Joseph Love, Dr. Robert Peters, Dr. William Halcomb, 40-83
Phenomenon of Double Talents, Dr. Leslie Willson, Professor of Germanic Languages, UT-Austin, 41-83
Chiropractics, Dr. Stephen Summers and Dr. Mark Sanders, 42-83
Homeopathy, Dana Ullman, practitioner and author, 43-83
Gifted Children, Part I, Dr. Phillip Powell, Dr. John Huntsberger, and Terry Powell, educators in the field of gifted education, 44-83
Gifted Children, Part II, Dr. Phillip Powell, Dr. John Huntsberger, and Terry Powell, educators in the field of gifted education, 45-83
Health Centered Dentistry, dentists Dr. Dan Rosen and Dr. Bob Frazer, 46-83
Relaxing Music, Stephen Halpenn, music composer, 47-83
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3 TV Advertising and Society, Dr. Stanley Baran, Radio-Television-Film, UT-Austin, 48-83
Journal-Writing for Self-Discovery, Barbara Lau, freelance writer, 49-83
HMOs, Mr. Bob Ogilvie, marketing director, Central Texas Health Plan, 50-83
After Death Experiences, Part I, author Raymond A. Moody, Jr., 51-83
After Death Experiences, Part II, author Raymond A. Moody, Jr., 52-83
New Approaches to Job Searching, Dr. Howard Figler, director of the Career Center at UT-Austin, 1-84
Devastating Effects of Nuclear War and Arms Build-Up, Part I, author Judith Lipton, MD, 2-84
Devastating Effects of Nuclear War and Arms Build-Up, Part II, author Judith Lipton, MD, 3-84
Seeking Vice-Presidency, Barbara Marx Hubbard, the Committee for the Future, 4-84
Death of the American Dream?, Dr. Dowell Myers, School of Architecture, UT-Austin, 7-84
The Solar System and Beyond, Dr. Roman Smoluchowski, professor of astronomy and physics, UT-Austin, 8-84
The Emerging Role of Women in Business, Ronya Kozmetsky, President of KMS Ventures and Chantal Vassely, Austin School of Business, UT-Austin, 9-84
Wit and Humor in Antiquity, Dr. Douglas Parker, professor of Classics, UT-Austin, 10-84
Therapeutic Touch and Living in the Moment, Nurses Malia Johnson and Michele Clark, Phillip Freedman, 11-84
Artificial Intelligence, Dr. Elaine Rich and Dr. Gordon Novak, Jr., Computer Science, UT-Austin, 12-84
Artistic Collaboration, dancer Deborah Hay, composer Pauline Oliveros, Les Gay-member BL Lacerta, 13-84
Practical Applications of Psychodramatic Techniques, author Dr. Adam Blatner, 14-84
Teaching Kids Humanistically, Dr. Don Hellison, professor of physical education, Portland State University, 15-84
Understanding Social Anxiety, Dr. Mark Leary, Educational Psychology, UT-Austin, 16-84
The Future of Prescription Drugs, Dr. James Kehrer, College of Pharmacy, UT-Austin, 17-84
Diabetes, Dr. Ronald Arky, professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School, 18-84
Hypnosis, Jim Bentley, Hypnotherapist at Austin Hypnosis Training Center, 19-84
In Vitro Conception, Artificial Insemination; Legal and Ethical Issues, John A. Robertson, Law School, UT-Austin, 20-84
Midwifery, Marimikel Penn, nurse and midwife, New-Life Birth Service, Austin, 21-84
Job Redesign, Dr. Victor Appel, Educational Psychology, UT-Austin, 22-84
The Global Brain-Conscious Evolution, Author Peter Russell, 23-84
Deceptive Communication, Dr. Gerald Miller, professor of communication at Michigan State University, 24-84
Self-Care and the Changing Role of the Physician, Dr. Tom Ferguson, author, 25-84
The Creative Process in our Reality, musician Jerry Roberts, 26-84
Possible Cold Treatment, Dr. Don Davis, Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute – UT-Austin, 27-84
Assisting Disabled Persons, Sherry Allen, Clinical Coordinator for Disabled Students, UT-Austin, 27-84
Arts Education, professor of music Dr. Hunter March, professor of art Dr. Rebecca Brooks, professor of drama Ruth Denney, UT-Austin, 28-84
Spontaneity and Imagination in Adults – Adult Play, Part I, author Dr. Adam Blatner, Part I, 29-84
Spontaneity and Imagination in Adults – Adult Play, Part I, author Dr. Adam Blatner, Part II, 30-84
Three Different Types of American Hospital, community relations and marketing administrator Sara Rider of Brackenridge Hospital, 31-84
Time Management, clinical psychologist Raymond Hawkins II, 32-84
Solar Energy – Feasibility and Inevitability, Dr. Bruce Hunn, Center for Energy Studies, UT-Austin
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Personality of a Successful Entrepreneur, Dr. Kenneth Olm and Dr. Alan Casrud of UT-Austin Graduate School of Business, 41-84
Avoiding Injury: An Orthopedic’s Guide to Health, Dr. Michael Maxwell, orthopedic surgeon, 42-84
Eyecare and Surgery, Dr. Doyle Leslie. Ophthalmologist, 43-84
Dreams, clinical psychologist Dr. William Whisenant, 44-84
Freedom from Self-Sabotage, Deborah Irvine, 45-84
Happiness, Illusion, Disenchantment, psychologist Larry Bugen, 46-84
Megatrends in the Helping Profession and in Your Life, nurse Dolores Alford, 47-84
Emergency Medical Services, Dennis Simmons, director of Emergency Medical Services-Austin, 48-84
Hospice Austin, Part I, Martin Shaefer, director, 49-84
Hospice Austin, Part II, Martin Shaefer, director, 50-84
Assertiveness Training, workshop leader Marthanne Luzader, 51-84
Alexander Technique, Marjorie Barston and Alice Pryor, instructors, 52-84
Aura-Reading and Psychic Healing, psychic Rosalyn Bruyere, 1-85
Survival: A Busy Woman’s Guide, Marilyn Patillo, School of Nursing, UT-Austin, , 2-85
Transformers: Therapists of the Future, author and therapist Jacqueline Small, 3-85
Rising Healthcare Costs in America, Part I, Dr. Reuben McDaniel, UT-Austin, Graduate School of Business, 4-85
Rising Healthcare Costs in America, Part II, Dr. Reuben McDaniel, UT-Austin, Graduate School of Business, 5-85
Fears and Phobias, psychologist Dr. Ron Klinger, 6-85
Masculinity and Femininity, Janet Spence, Psychology Department, UT-Austin, 7-85
The Gray Panthers, Maggie Kuhn, 8-85
Recovery from Substance Abuse, Tobin Quereau, counselor, 9-85
Cardiovascular Fitness, exercise physiologist Dr. Terry Baylor, 10-85
Managerial Styles, Dr. Robert Blake and Dr. Jane Morton, 13-85
Career Goals and Management in the Arts, UT-Austin professors Barbara Salisbury, Martha Hilley, and Stephen Daly, 14-85
Madame Jehai el Sadat, 15-85
Elder Abuse, psychologist Tina Dubin and nurse consultant Vicky Taylor, 16-85
Plays for Living, Arlene Marks, social worker, Melba Martinez-Mischler, theatrical director, 17-85
Women and Alcohol, Diana Dinitto, department of Social Work, UT-Austin, 18-85
Styles of Relating, psychologists Alice Lawler and Jim Haws, 19-85
Robotics, Dr. Delbert Tesar, 20-85
Family Reconstruction, therapist Bill Neria, 21-85
Private Volunteer Organizations and the Problems of Third World Women, Dr. Dorothea Brown and Ms. Maxine Hitchcock, 27-85
Democratic Values, Education, and Free Enterprise, Dr. Franklin Gamwell, 28-85
Cultural Arts and Public Policy, private arts consultant, Jane Spencer, 29-85
The Entrepreneurial Spirit, Dr. Ernest Walker, UT-Austin, Graduate School of Business and entrepreneurs Bruce Hahn and Roberto Quiraga, 30-85
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5 Child Abuse Prevention, Sandra Martin, Texas Department of Human Resources, Marie Oser, Bureau of Business Research at UT-Austin, Ann Beckner, Family Outreach of America, Inc.,31-85
Megatrends Cities Conference, Part I, author John Naisbitt, 32-85
Megatrends Cities Conference, Part II, Mayor Tom McEnery, Mayor Bob Martinez, and Mayor Roger Hedgecock, 33-85
Health Maintenance Organizations, Medical Director Dr. James Sharpe of SHARE Health Plan of Texas and Woody Pogue, Deputy Commissioner – Life Groups – of the Texas State Board of Insurance, 34-85
Strategies for Planning Parenthood after 30, author Judith Blackfield Cohen, PhD, 35-85
Inhalant Abuse, Part I, Dr. Cervando Martinez, chairman of the Governor’s Taskforce on Inhalant Abuse, 36-85
Inhalant Abuse, Part II, Jesse Flores, director of the Youth Advocacy Program in Austin, TX, 37-85
Defining the Phoenix Factor, Dr. Karl Slaiken (author/psychologist), 38-85
Parent-Child Relationships in Single Parent Families, interview with Dr. Priscilla McCarty, Assistant Professor in Child
Development and Family Relationships, Department of Home Economics, UT-Austin, 39-85
Ah Mediterranean!: Second Annual Center for the Study of American Architecture Symposium, Part I, includes Charles Jencks, Lawrence Speck, Dr. Brenda Preyer, Wayne Attoe, 40-85
Ah Mediterranean!: Second Annual Center for the Study of American Architecture Symposium, Part II, includes Charles Moore, Charles Jencks, Wayne Attoe, Paul V. Turner, and David Gebhard, 40-85
NGO Forum: Nairobi, 1985, interview with Dr. Zelma George, NGO Forum Delegate, 42-85
Bob and B.J. Fernea: The Arab World, 43-85
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Second Student Endowed Centennial Lecture, 44-85
Approaches to the Study of Religion, Part I: Religion and Art, interview with Dr. Karen Gould, cultural historian, UT-Austin, 45-85
Approaches to the Study of Religion, Part II: Liberation Theology, address by Dr. Rebecca Chopp, theologian, University of Chicago, 46-85
Approaches to the Study of Religion, Part III: Biblical Studies, lecture by Walter Harrelson, Vanderbilt Biblical Studies Professor, 47-85
Brian Henderson: Frampton and Avant Guarde film, interview with Brian Henderson, film professor, SUNY at Buffalo, 48-85
Dr. Carleton Erikson on Alcoholism, lecture by Erikson, neuro-pharmacologist, UT-Austin, 48-85
Assessing the Decline and Fall of Rome, interview with Dr. Gwyn Morgan, Classics Department, UT-Austin, 50-85
Poor Urban Women in Pre-Industrial Sao Paulo, Brazil, presentation by Dr. Marja Dias, Professor of History, University of Sao Paulo, 51-85
Halley’s Comet with Deborah Byrd, interview with Byrd, UT McDonald Observatory media specialist, 52-85
Megatrend Cities Revisited includes Mayors Palmer DePaulis, Terry Goddard, Henry Cisneros, and Admiral B. R. “Bobby” Inman, 2-86
Institutions under Pressure includes R. Morton Darrow and Dr. James Comer, 3-86
Forty Years of the Nuclear Age Conference, Part I features John Kenneth Galbraith, Nina Butts, Dr. Lester Kurtz, and Dr. Wes Wallace, 5-86
Forty Years of the Nuclear Age Conference, Part II features John Kenneth Galbraith, Dr. Hans Mark, and retired Admiral Eugene Carroll, 6-86
Ronald Steel and the 20th Century American Pundit, interview with Steel, author, 7-86
Affordable Housing: Possible Solutions, speakers include Dr. Dowell Myers, David Engel, Alan Greenwald, Michael Shibley, and Gary Bradley, 8-86
Women, Leadership, and Politics, remarks from Myra McDaniel, Sarah Weddington, Jane Hickie, and Sally Shipman, 9-86
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Information and Precaution Guidelines for Healthcare Providers, Part I, overview by Dr. Robert Weinstein, epidemiologist, University of Chicago, 10-86
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Information and Precaution Guidelines for Healthcare Providers, Part II, features Dr. Robert Weinstein, Christine Grady, and Karen Henderson, 11-86
Dramatic Technique and Tradition in Contemporary China, interview with Dr. Kathleen Conlin, drama professor, UT-Austin, 12-86
The Arts and the Business Community: Remarks from Joan Mondale, interview with Mondale, arts advocate, 14-86
Texas Blues: The Barker Texas History Center Collections, interview with John Wheat, Sound Archives Coordinator, Barker Texas History Center, UT-Austin, 15-86
Irving Howe on the Passing of Jewish Secularism, interview with Howe, literary critic and social historian, 16-86
The Pforzheimer Library of English Literature, Dr. Decherd Turner, director of the Humanities Research Center, UT-Austin, and Dr. Norman Farmer, English professor, UT-Austin, 17-86
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Hunger and Poverty in the Caribbean, discussion with the Reverend Elizabeth Lundquist, 19-86
Shoah Colloquy, Part I, discussion with Dr. Seth Wolitz, Dr. Dan Aynesworth, Dr. Millicent Marcus, Dr. Robert Abzug, Dr. Gil Rappaport, and Dr. Ian Hancock, 20-86
Shoah Colloquoy, Part II, discussion with Dr. Seth Wolitz, Dr. Dan Aynesworth, Dr. Millicent Marcus, Dr. Robert Abzug, Dr. Gil Rappaport, and Dr. Ian Hancock, 21-86
An Introduction to Maya Art and Culture, discussion with Linda Schele, art professor, UT-Austin, and Mary Miller, professor of history, Yale University, 22-86
U.S.-Soviet Relations: Forty Years Later, Part I, excerpts from Senator John Tower, overview by John Gaddis, Cold War historian, Ohio University, 23-86
U.S.-Soviet Relations: Forty Years Later, Part II, discussion with Professor John A. Wheeler, Dr. Robert R. Bowie, Sergey Rogov, Admiral Bobby R. Inman, Jack Matlock, and Flora Lewis, 24-86
Alan Hart on Yasser Arafat and the PLO, interview with journalist Alan Hart, 25-86
An Introduction to the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum with Comments on his Civil Rights Legacy by Former U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, LBJ museum director Gary Yarrington, 26-86
A Personal Struggle with AIDS, author Barbara Peabody, 28-86
Independent Film and Videos: Why, Who, and Where, interview with Tom Schatz (UT-Austin) and Marty Newell (ACTV), 32-86
Peter Wang: Chinese American Film Director, 40-86
Dr. Wes Wallace and the Goals for Physicians for Social Responsibility, 41-86
Robert Wilson: Avant Garde Theater Artist, interview with Robert Wilson, Annette Carlozzi (Laguna Gloria Museum curator), 42-86
The New Regionalism: An Architecture Symposium, UT-Austin professors Lawrence Speck and Charles W. Moore, Columbia University architect, scholar and critic Kenneth Frampton, 43-86
Apartheid Symposium, Part I, Public health nurse Noneeba Lubanga, Tufts University School of Medicine, Pediatrician Dr. Jane G. Schaller, 44-86
Apartheid Symposium, Part II, panel discussion with Leonard Suramsley, Mr. Elombe Brath, Professor Barbara Jordan, Lucia Hamutenya, and Derrick Eugene, 45-86
The Leopard as Film and Novel, Dr. Maria Wells and Dr. Carl Rubino (both UT-Austin), Burt Lancaster, 46-86
Dr. G. Williams Jones and the Tyler Texas Black Film Collection, Dr. G. Williams, director-Southwest Film/Video Archives and Professor of Cinema at Southern Methodist University, 47-86
A National Summit of Woman Entrepreneurs, co-organizers, Dr. Allen Carsud and Dr. Beverly Hadaway (both UT-Austin), Bonita Granville Wrather (Wrather Corp.), Pat Carbine (publisher, editor-in-chief MS magazine), Linda Fluent (president of Guaranteed Bank of California, 48-86
Promoting Third World Women with OEF International, Willie Campbell, president Overseas Education Fund International, 49-86
William Goetzman and “The West of the Imagination”, Dr. William H. Goetzmann, department of history, UT-Austin, creator of a six-part documentary, 50-86
Abdeen Jabara and the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee (president and civil rights lawyer), 51-86
Comparative Linguistics: An Indo-European Symposium, Werner Winter, Karl h. Schmidt, Thomas V. Gamkrelidze, Dr. Edgar C. Polome, Dr. Homer Thomas, Dr. Joan Puhvel, Dr. Calvert Watkins, 52-86
The Great Society: A Twenty-Year Critique, Part I, LBJ Library Director Harry Middleton, UT-Austin Graduate Dean Dr. William Livingston, LBJ School of Public Affairs Professor Barbara Jordan, Mrs. Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1-87
The Great Society: A Twenty-Year Critique, Part II, panel including Douglass Cater, James Farmer, Sargent Shriver, Otis Singletary, Ray Marshall, Robert Hardesty, Vernon Jordan, Dr. Ricardo Romo, Joseph Califano, and Wilbur Cohen, 2-87
The Great Society: A Twenty-Year Critique, Part III, panel including Elspeth Rostow, John Hope Franklin, Allen Matusow, Ben Wattenberg, and Bill Moyers, 3-87
Labor Organizations and the Economy of the Ottoman Empire, 16th to 19th Centuries, Dr. Abdul Karim Rafeq, Fulbright Lecturer, 5-87
The UT-Austin Sesquicentennial Commencement Address: The Honorable Henry G. Cisneros, Mayor of San Antonio, 6-87
Wole Soyinka, 1986 Nobel Prize for Literature: A Celebration, Dr. Eustace Palmer, University of Sierra Leone, Dr. David Atwell, University of Western Cape, Dr. Barbara Harlaw, UT-Austin, Giselle Pierra, UT-Austin, Femi Osofisan, Nigerian dramatist, Dr. Elizabeth Bell, 7-87
Arts and the Humanities in Prisons, poet Grady Hillman, 8-87
The ITT Lecture Series: T. Boone Dickens, 9-87
The Natchez Trace Collection of the UT-Austin Barker History Center, UT-Austin historians and archivists Dr. Lewis Gould, Dr. George Wright, Dr. David B. Gracy, and UT-Austin Barker Texas History Center Director Don Carleton, 10-87
Architecture in the Age of Information, Peter Eisenmann, Karsten Harries, Douglas Davis, Coy Howard, Michael Benedikt, Horace Newcomb, 11-87
Amnesty International, co-coordinator of the Austin, Texas chapter of AI and the Texas State Death Penalty coordinator John Pojman, and Rita Williamson, member of the national board of directors of AI-USA, 12-87
The Academy Awards Nominations for 1986, film critics Louis Black (Austin Chronicle) and Patrick Taggert (Austin American-Statesman), 13-87
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Sherley Anne Williams: Poet, Author, and Critic, interview with Sherley Anne Williams, professor of Afro-American literature, University of California, San Diego, 15-87
William J. Bennett, U.S. Secretary of Education: Competiveness and Character, 16-87
The Peace Movement in Reagan’s America, interview with Paul Loeb, author and journalist, 17-87
An Approach to the School Drop-Out Program, talk with Richard Halpin, executive director of the American Institute for Learning and Gus Garcia, chairman of the Drop-Out Task Force of the Austin Chamber of Commerce, 18-87
Turkish Filmmaker Halit Refig, 19-87
Proposed: English should be the official State Language of Texas, panel discussion with Roy Ontiveros, Lou Zaeske, Dr. Ricardo Romo, Dr. Jose Limon, and Dr. Rudolfo de la Garza, 20-87
William Vornberger: Editor of Fire from the Sky, 21-87
Tradition in Contemporary Architecture in Mexico, Ricardo Legorreta, Mexico City architect, 22-87
Chuck Davis, director of the African-American Dance Ensemble, 23-87
Jesse Jackson: UT-Austin (April 1987), 24-87
An Examination of U.S.-Morocco Relations, interview with Dr. John Damis, professor of government, Portland State, 25-87
William Bradford Reynolds: U.S. Assistant Attorney General, 26-87
The American Constitution: Retrospect and Prospect (Part I), panel discussion with Sanford Levinson, Harold Hyman, David G.T. Williams, Dagmar Hamilton, Catherine Hancock, Philip Bobbitt, and William Bradford Reynolds, 27-87
The American Constitution: Retrospect and Prospect (Part II), panel discussion with the Right Honorable Lord St. Brides, Judge Jerre S. Williams, Charles Alan Wright, Barbara Jordan, Elspeth Rostow, James L. Sundouist, and Nelson W. Polsby, 28-87
A Middle East Assessment with Richard Curtiss, Curtiss, chief editor of “Washington Report on Middle East Affairs”, 31-87
The Christie Institute: A Current Civil Suit, interview with Larry Sinkin, Christie Institute attorney and activist, 33-87
Augustus Richard Norton on the Struggle for Lebanon, interview with Norton, political scientist at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, 36-87
Talking Straight to Teenagers, interview with Carol Cassell, sex educator and author, 40-87
Dov Noy: Israeli Folklorist, interview with Noy, Hebrew University and Director of the Folklore Research Center, Jerusalem, 41-87
A Human Rights Worker in El Salvador, interview with Patrick Hughes, immigration attorney, 42-87
Fascist Hero Italo Balbo, interview with Dr. Claudio Serge, historian and biographer, 43-87
Two Years in Turkey, interview with Dr. Clifford Endres, Fulbright lecturer, 44-87
Spirit Possession on the Swahili Coast, field recordings of Linda Glies, anthropology doctoral candidate, UT-Austin, 45-87
Women in Humor at the Liz S. Carpenter Lectureship, excerpts of Liz Smith, Nora Ephron, Florence King, Fannie Flagg, Carol Channing, and Shana Alexander, 46-87
Marion Anderson and The Empty Pork Barrel, interview with Anderson, economic analyst and consultant, 47-87
The History of Rock and Roll with music critic Ed Ward, 48-87
Paula Underwood Spencer: Alternative Teaching Techniques, interview with Spencer, teacher training consultant, 49-87
Medea Benjamin and the story of Elvia Alvarado, a Honduran woman, interview with Benjamin, senior analyst, Institute for Food and Development Policy of San Francisco, 50-87
Thomas Schatz on the Hollywood Studio System, interview with Schatz, film and television studies professor, UT-Austin, 51-87
Eleanor Smeal and the Feminist Majority, 52-87
AIDS Services of Austin: A panel discussion, Glen Maxey, Steve Hosford, Mrs. Nora Lorena, 53-87
John Baugh on aspects of Black English, interview with Baugh, linguist, UT-Austin, 1-88
Professor Geoffrey Hartman on Midrash and Literature, interview with Hartman, Yale scholar, 2-88
Habitat for Humanity with Jim Hornsby, 3-88
Dr. Lynn Cheney and the National Endowment for the Humanities, lecture by Cheney, chairman of the NEH, 4-88
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The 1987 Ruth Stephan Poetry Reading: Gwendolyn Brooks, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks, 6-88
Architect Naida Habash: A Palestinian Woman Describes Occupation, Palestinian architect Naida Habash, 7-88
John O’Neal and his Storyteller Junebug Jarbo Jones, performer and storyteller John O’Neal, 8-88
Brady Tyson on the State of White Liberalism, Reverend Brady of American University and United Methodist Minister, 9-88
The Centennial of the National Geographic Society, Dr. William H. Goetzmann, historian and UT-Austin American Studies professor, 10-88
Brian Urquhart on Decolonization and the Question of Palestine, retired U.N. Undersecretary General for Special Political Affairs Brian Urquhart, 11-88
I am Annie Mae: A Life, a Book, a Musical, Mrs. Annie Mae Hunt, actress, biographer Ms. Ruthe Winegarten, musical composer and playwright Mrs. Naomi Carrier, 12-88
Ayurvedic Medicine, Dr. Richard Averbach, national medical director of Ayurvedic Medical Centers, 13-88
A Review of the 1988 Academy Awards Nominations, Austin Chronicle editor and film reviewer Louis Black and Austin-American Statesman film critic Pat Taggart, 14-88
Mrs. Jackie Jackson: the Candidate’s Wife in Texas (wife of Jessie Jackson), 15-88
Father Lawrence Martin Jenco and Abdeen Jabara, Abdeen Jabarra, National President of American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Fr. Jenco, former hostage, 16-88
An Anthropological Approach to the Power in South Africa, Vincent Crapanzano, professor of Comparative Literature at City University of New York, 17-88
Dolores Huerta of the United Farm Workers (first vice president), 18-88
Henry Barnes on Steiner-Waldorf Education (teacher), 19-88
Yoram Ettinger: Israeli Consul General for the U.S. Southwest Region, 20-88
Alexander Cockburn: Columnist, Nation Magazine and Wall Street Journal, 21-88
Marty Rosenbluth: West Bank Human Rights Worker, 22-88
Regional and Community Opera: Three Directors, Dr. David Dichiera, Opera Pacific, Michigan Opera Theatre, and Dayton Opera, Michael Harrison, Opera Columbus, and Joe McLain, Austin Lyric Opera, 23-88
Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton: Peace Activist, Roman Catholic Bishop and president of Pax Christi-USA, 24-88
Jack Shaheen and the TV Arab, Southern Illinois University professor, mass communication, 25-88
Two Death Penalty Experts: Steve and Lisa Haberman, Justice and Mercy Project, Houston, TX, 26-88
Decherd Turner and the Humanities Research Center, retiring director of HRC-UT Austin, 31-88
Whistleblowers and the Nuclear Power Industry, Edna Otney, consultant for the Government Accountability Project and Tom “Smitty” Smith, director of Public Citizen of Texas, 32-88
The Armenian Church in America: Archbishop Torkom Manogian, primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, 34-88
John and Caroline Williams on Islamic Art and Architecture, Professor John Williams, Islamic art history and Caroline Williams, lecturer on Islamic architecture, both UT-Austin, 35-88
The New Single Adult Population: Problems and Needs, Dr. Harold Ivan Smith, author, 37-88
Cocaine Wars, Paul Eddy, author, 40-88
UNICEF Aid to Ethiopia, Carl Tintsman, deputy representative for UNICEF in Ethiopia, 41-88
Sister Mary Hartman: Human Rights Worker in Nicaragua, 42-88
Wilderness Forum: Personality Development in a Natural Setting, Roy Smith and Pat Otis, Director and Associate Director of Wilderness Forum, 43-88
Anne McFarlane: New Zealand Peace Activist, delegate to the International Women’s Conference of Global Peace, Dallas, TX, 44-88
Visit with Larry L. King: The Night Hank Williams Died, play, author and playwright, 46-88
The Inaugural John P. McGovern Lecture: Mrs. Betty Ford, address, 48-88
Techniques for Successful Living, Nicholas Martin, mental health counselor and author, 50-88
An American for the High Frontier: SDI Defended, Gene Voessler, senior adviser and spokesman for Americans for the High Frontier, 51-88
An Address to the National Alliance of Third World Journalists: Neo Mnumzana, Neo Mnumzana, Chief United Nations Representative for the African National Congress, address, 52-88
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9 Sanford Levinson on Constitutional Faith, professor of law at UT-Austin, 1-89
The Bourgeoisie in Developing Countries, Professor John Waterbury of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, 2-89
Holistic Health Care, Drs. Mark Sanders and Stephen Summers, both chiropractors and members of the Whole Health Institute, 3-89
The Real Cowboy: His Life and Music, John Wheat, sound archivist at UT-Austin Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, 4-89
Institute for Latin-American Studies Town Meeting: Political Parties in Mexico in the Recent Election, town meeting presented by UT-Austin Institute for Latin American Studies, speakers: historian Alan Knight, sociologist Bryan Roberts, Mexican-American studies director Rodolfo de la Garza, all UT-Austin, 5-89
The Texas International Exchange Society: An Exercise in Grass Roots Diplomacy, Bruce Truitt, president of the Texas International Exchange Society, Oleg Tishchenko, Soviet journalist, and Ed Epperson, Austin veterinarian, all are involved in “Soviet Meet Middle America Project. 6-89
A United Nations Career in the Third World, Dr. Herbert Jacob, former economic administrator at the United Nations, 1964-1981, 8-89
The Black Student Athlete and Drug Abuse, Dr. John Warfield, associate professor of educational psychology and Afro-American Studies at UT-Austin, 9-89
National Republican Women, Judy Hughes, president of the National Federation of Republican Women, 10-89
Visual Art of the Harlem Renaissance, Dr. David Driskell, professor of art at the University of Maryland-College Park, 11-89
University Study Abroad, Michael Cullen, director of extra-mural studies and dean of Continuing Education at the University of Cambridge, 12-89
Healing and the Right Brain, Lucia Cappacchione, art therapist and author, 13-89
Merce Cunningham: A Celebration, choreographer Deborah Hay, choreographer Yacov Sharir, and Cornell University dance and theater historian Sally Banes, and theater and dance critic Nancy Vreeland Dalva, 14-89
Humor in Politics: The Liz Sutherland Carpenter Distinguished Visiting Lectureship, comedian Pat Paulsen, Washington Post columnist Mark Shields, comedian Jim Morris, former president Gerald R. Ford, former LBJ White House press staff member Liz Carpenter, and Walter Cronkite, respectively, open and close the program, 15-89
Spike Lee and Monty Ross: Independent Black Filmmaking in the Eighties, 16-89
State Department Intelligence and Research: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, deputy director of Soviet and East European Office in the State Department Bureau for Intelligence and Research, Mrs. Martha Mountner, 17-89
Contemporary Iraq: Its Past and Present, Sami Zubaida, sociologist at Birbeck College and Roger Owen, fellow at St. Anthony’s College at Oxford, 18-89
Honorable Henry G. Cisneros on Cities in Transition, at that time Cisneros was mayor of San Antonio, 19-89
Third World Debt: An Analysis, deputy assistant Secretary of State Al Larson, 20-89
The ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland: An Educator’s Point of View, Sister Anna, Anglican nun working in Northern Ireland, 21-89
Childhood Stolen: A Case of Incest, Marcella Bryant, survivor of childhood sexual abuse, and John Boyle, Executive Director of Pebble Project, 22-89
International Women’s Day Observations in El Salvador, Angela Zambrano, director of CISPES, Cissy Farenthold and Janet McCloud, 23-89
Dr. Barbara Solomon on Affirmative Action, Vice Provost of Graduate and Professional Studies and Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Southern California, 24-89
John Hope Franklin on Race and the Constitution in the Nineteenth Century, historian, 25-89
FMLN Representative Gustavo Acosta, representative of the Farabundo Marti Liberation Front, 26-89
Haitian Voudou, guest host Christine Drawver and Professor Karen McCarthy Brown, department of religion at Drew University, 27-89
Ethics, Creativity, and Creative Transformation, Dr. John David Garcia, president of the School of Experimental Ecology in Oregon, 30-89
The Plight of the Amazon Rainforest, town meeting: guests include Greg Urban, UT-Austin anthropologist, Paul Cammack, University of Manchester professor of government, Mark Plotkin, director of plant conservation for the World Wildlife Fund, and Tani Adams, coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean for Greenpeace, 33-89
Politics After the Election in El Salvador, Luis Flores, U.S. Representative for the Farabundo Marti Liberation Front and the Democratic Revolutionary Front, 36-89
Countering International Terrorism, Kamal Beyoghlow, Regional Affairs Officer for the Office of Ambassador-at-Large for Counter-terrorism in the State Department, 39-89
Hani Baydoun: Palestinian Trade Unions, 40-89
Paradise in Myth and Reality, author Richard Heinberg, 41-89
An Introduction to the Work of Naguib Mahfouz, Egyptian Nobel Prize Winner, Dr. Fedwa Malti-Douglas, Associate Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at UT-Austin, 42-89
Cross-Cultural Communication with Doug Boyd, lecturer and author, 43-89
Dr. Taj Hargey: South Africa and the Free Press, 44-89
Bukenya: A Cross-Cultural Transfer, Bukenya Buzzekuketta Balikuddembe, student from Uganda, 45-89
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Florence Howe on Women in Letters, Florence Howe, creator and guiding force behind the Feminist Press, 47-89
Dr. Mohammad Arkoun: Scholar of Islam, Dr. Mohammad Arkoun, director of the Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Universite de la Nouvelle Sorbonne, Paris, 48-89
Fifth Grade Chronicles with Tracy Kidder, Tracy Kidder, Pulitzer-prize winning author of Among Schoolchildren, 49-89
Dr. David Patten: Modern Druid, Dr. David Patten, Nine Gates Mystery School, San Francisco, 50-89
An Alternative Approach to Education, Eugene Schwartz, consultant and teacher from the Green Meadow Waldorf School, New York City, 51-89
Validating Old Age Disorientation, Ann Strong, Eva Church, Paula Mixon, 52-89
Dr. Graham Farrant on Cellular Consciousness, Dr. Graham Farrant, psychiatrist, 1-90
Elias Khourg: Lebanese Novelist, 2-90
Word, Script, and Image: The Carpenter Lectureship, Jack Valenti, Marty Kaplan, screenwriters, 3-90
AIDS and the University, Dr. Robert Shirag, Sherry Bell, Dr. Scott Spier, Dr. David Kramer, 4-90
Palestine Week: Guest host Christine Drawver, Mamazane Xulu, Donald Bobb, Danny Allison, Moriba Karamoka, Edna Homa Hunt, Rabab Hadi, 5-90
Lucy Proctor: A Guest in South Africa, Lucy Proctor, writer and artist, 6-90
Gypsy History and Culture, Dr. Ian Hancock, professor in English UT-Austin, 7-90
The War in El Salvador: A Voice from the Front, Fr. Jim Barnett, 8-90
The Reverend Allan Boesak: Prophecy in South Africa, 9-90
Storytelling: Maintaining a Culture, Marian Barnes, co-editor of Talk that Talk: An Anthology of African-American Storytelling, 10-90
Sleep Disorders, Tracy Gordy, neuro-psychiatrist, 11-90
Audie Murphy: A Hero Goes to Hollywood, Dr. Donald Graham, professor of English, UT-Austin, 12-90
Dr. Robert Taylor on Health Hype, Dr. Robert Taylor, psychiatrist, 13-90
Fire Ants: Study of a Pest, Dr. Edward Vargo, research associate, UT-Austin, 14-90
Comic Books: Adventure, Humor, and Nostalgia, Mike Benton, comic book historian, 15-90
The Reverend Joan Salmoncampbell: Presbyterian Moderator, Reverend Joan Salmoncampbell, first black woman leader of the Presbyterian Church, 16-90
The Nicaragua Election, Karel and Hermine Dahmen, clergy, 17-90
Women and the Mystery Genre, Janice Rossen, author, 18-90
Observation of Palestine, Antonia Caccia, Maysoon Pachachi, Iman Hamour, 19-90
Father Joseph Berra, S.J.: The Assassination in El Salvador, Father Joseph Berra, Jesuit priest, 20-19
Prospects of a New Germany, Bowman Miller, Principal Foreign Analyst for the Federal Republic of Germany, U.S. Department of State, 21-90
Dr. Bernard Ohse: Radio Deutsche Welk Correspondent, 22-90
Ed Valdez on Personal Achievement and Goals, Ed Valdez, Success International, 23-90
Dr. Bill Mackie: Rural Radio in Liberia, Dr. Bill Mackie, executive director, ACTV, 24-90
Majoring in the Rest of Your Life, Carol Carter, author, 25-90
The New Jewish Agenda, Sarah Jacobus, member, Middle East Task Force of the New Jewish Agenda, 29-90
Natural Health with Dr. Andrew Weil, 31-90
Gilda Rivera from Honduras, Gilda Rivera coordinator of the Latin American Committee for the Defense of Women’s Rights, translator Dinene Newell, 32-90
A Facet of Islam in the U.S., Ronald Belal Shaheed and Abdul Malik Mohammed, Ministers of Islam, 36-90
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LBJ Symposium, Part I, Jack Valent, Sargent Shriver, Tom Wicker, Liz Carpenter, George Christian, Bill Moyers, J.J. Jake Pickle, Douglas Cater, and Elspeth Rostow, 40-90
LBJ Symposium, Part II, Charles Murray, James K. Galbraith, Rodney Ellis, Luci Johnson Turpin, 41-90
Hollywood Hits, Dr. Tom Schwartz, film historian, UT-Austin, 42-90
Joselina Da Silva, Afro-Brazilian Community Activist, 43-90
A Palestinian Lawyer in Israel, Mohammed Na’amny, defender of Palestinian prisoners in occupied territories and Jerusalem, 44-90
Before You Say I Quit…, Diane Holloway, author of Before You Say I Quit: A Guide to Making Successful Job Transitions, 45-90
Pesticides, Rebecca Flores, director of the U Farm Workers of Texas, 46-90
Abdullah Omar: A Member of the African National Congress, director of the Community Law Center at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, 47-90
The Redwood Summer with ‘Earth First!’, activist Darryl Cherney, 48-90
Dr. Carla Peterson: The State of African-American Studies, professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Maryland-College Park, 49-90
The Reverend Janos Pasztor, minister of the Reformed Church in Hungary and a participant in the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, 50-90
Dr. Edward Said: American Policy in the Persian Gulf, an Arab-American Scholar and Professor of Comparative Literature at Columbia University, 51-90
Judicial Forum ’90, Christine Drawver, guest producer presents a forum of 10 Texas judges, 3-91
Claribel Alegria: Salvadoran Poet, 4-91
On Bias in Media, Henry Solomon, author of Unreliable Sources: A Guide to Detecting Bias in the Media, 6-91
Muralist Miranda Bergman, discussion of “Break the Silence” project, 9-91
Dr. Robert Fernea: Contemporary Middle Eastern Culture, professor at UT-Austin, 10-91
Dr. Vincente Nogueira: Environmental Problems in Brazil, professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Amazonas in Brazil, 11-91
Pauline Estevez: Western Shoshone Activist, spokesperson of the Western Shoshone Tribe and member of the Environmental Protection Committee of their Tribal Council, 12-91
Misha Radokovich: Yugoslavian Journalist, 13-91
FCC Chairman Alfred C. Sikes on the Communication Economy, 14-91
Twenty-four Years in Guatemala, Father Bill Donnelly, a Maryknoll priest who served twenty-four years in Guatemala, 15-91
Dr. Daniel Hallin on Media and the Gulf Crisis, political scientist and media analyst, University of California at San Diego, 17-91
Multi-Culturalism in Literature, panel discussion including Maxine Hong Kingston, Ishmael Reed (novelists), and Claribel Algeria, Joseph Bruchac (poets), 20-91
CNN International Projects President Sidney Pike, 21-91
Heman Sweatt Symposium Keynote Speaker: Ray Marshall, former Carter Administration Secretary of Labor, 22-91
Calling All Women!, Part I, Linda Ellerbe, columnist and network journalist, 23-91
Calling All Women!, Part II, Betty Friedan, author of The Feminine Mystique, writer Shana Alexander, Jill Ruckelshaus, former president of the National Political Women’s Caucus, Wilhemina Delco, speaker Pro Temp of the Texas House of Representatives, 24-91
Rita Klimova: Czech Ambassador to the U.S., 25-91
Robert Sandstrom: ‘The Ultimate Memory Book,’ 26-91
The Writing of a Techno-Thriller, Payne Harrison, author of Storming Intrepid and Thunder of Erebus, 31-91
Maria’s Story: The Struggle in El Salvador, Pamela Cohen, documentarist “Maria’s Story,” 34-91
A Frontline Evangelist in Southern Africa, Peter Hammond, director of Frontline Fellowship, 35-91
Energy Policy Research, Dr. Wilfred L. Kohl, director of the International Energy Program at John Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute, 38-91
Patricia Waak: National Audubon Society, 39-91
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Blacks in Filmmaking in the 90’s, 41-91
The Hippocrates Health Institute, 42-91
Journalism and Media in Brazil, 44-91
General Aviation Safety, 45-91
Miranda Keane: A Woman of Sein Finn, 46-91
Pat Lazzaro: race car driver and mechanic, 47-91
Communications Education in Brazil, 48-91
Robert Dalleck: LBJ Biographer, 49-91
The Unification of Germany, 50-91
No title given, 51-91
Joseph Califano: LBJ chronicler, 52-91
George Gerkner: the State of the Communication Art, 1-92
William H. Gray III: UNCF President, 2-92
Margarita Arias: Women Can Save the Planet, 3-92
Mark North: J. Edgar Hoover and the JFK Assassination, 4-92
Ishmael Reed: Novelist, Playwright, and Publisher, 5-92
Historian John Hope Franklin: Runaway Slaves, 6-92
No title given, 7-92
Middle East Peace Conference Delegates, 11-92
Carmen Lomas Garza: South Texas Artist, 12-92
Cities: Old and New, 13-92
Daniel Quinn: Ishmael, 14-92
Dr. David Boonman: Natchez Trace, 15-92
US-Cuba Scholarly Exchange Program, 16-92
Marie Moore: member of Sein Finn, 17-92
William Marshall: Enter Frederick Douglass, 18-92
Fr. Randolph Frew: The Episcopal Church Confronts Aids, 19-92
Dr. Morton Rothstein: The Natchez Trace series, 20-92
On the Road with Paulette Jiles and cousins, 21-92
Nan Robertson: Vigilance at the New York Times, 22-92
Ronald Takaki: The Campus and Multiculturalism, 23-92
ABC News Correspondent Ken Kashiwahara, 24-92
The Culture and Politics of the African Diaspora, Part I, 25-92
The Culture and Politics of the African Diaspora, Part II, 26-92

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