Guide to the Western Culture Faculty Symposium Videorecordings V0055

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Title: Western culture faculty symposium [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0055
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 19.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Date (inclusive): 1980-1981
Summary: Tapes of talks presented at the 1980 Symposium by Edward M. Good, Mark W. Edwards, Donald R. Howard, Edward W. Spofford, John J. Winkler, Marsh H. McCall, Paul S. Seaver, Henry S. Levinson, and Ronald N. Bracewell; and tapes of talks presented at the 1981 Symposium by James M. Redfield, Antony E. Raubitschek, Edward W. Spofford, William P. Mahrt, Diane Yvonne Ghirardo, H. Craig Heller, Lee H. Yearley, Albert J. Gúerard, Herbert S. Lindenberger, Bruce B. Rosenstock, David E. Wellbery, and John Gurley.
creator: Stanford University. School of Humanities and Sciences.

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Western Culture Faculty Symposium. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biographical/Historical Sketch

The Western Culture Faculty Symposium consisted of informal seminars that focused on specific textual material and on teaching methods.

Description of the Collection

Tapes of talks presented at the 1980 Symposium by Edward M. Good, Mark W. Edwards, Donald R. Howard, Edward W. Spofford, John J. Winkler, Marsh H. McCall, Paul S. Seaver, Henry S. Levinson, and Ronald N. Bracewell; and tapes of talks presented at the 1981 Symposium by James M. Redfield, Antony E. Raubitschek, Edward W. Spofford, William P. Mahrt, Diane Yvonne Ghirardo, H. Craig Heller, Lee H. Yearley, Albert J. Gúerard, Herbert S. Lindenberger, Bruce B. Rosenstock, David E. Wellbery, and John Gurley.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Bracewell, Ronald N. (Ronald Newbold), 1921-2007
Bracewell, Ronald N., ((Ronald Newbold),), 1921-2007.
Edwards, Mark W.
Edwards, Mark W.
Ghirardo, Diane Yvonne.
Ghirardo, Diane Yvonne.
Good, Edward M.
Good, Edward M.
Gurley, John G.
Gurley, John G.
Guérard, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), 1914-
Guérard, Albert J., ((Albert Joseph),), 1914-
Heller, H. Craig.
Heller, H. Craig.
Howard, Donald Roy, 1927-.
Howard, Donald Roy,, 1927-
Levinson, Henry S.
Levinson, Henry S.
Lindenberger, Herbert, 1929-
Lindenberger, Herbert,, 1929-
Mahrt, William P.
Mahrt, William Peter, 1939-.
McCall, Marsh H., ((Marsh Howard))
McCall, Marsh H.
Raubitschek, A. E., (Antony Erich), 1912-1999
Redfield, James M., 1935-.
Rosenstock, Bruce B.
Rosenstock, Bruce B.
Seaver, Paul S.
Seaver, Paul S.
Spofford, Edward W. (Edward Washburn), 1931-.
Stanford University. School of Humanities and Sciences--Faculty.
Stanford University. School of Humanities and Sciences.
Wellbery, David E.
Wellbery, David E.
Winkler, John J.
Winkler, John J.
Yearley, Lee H.
Yearley, Lee H.
Education, Humanistic.
Humanities.
Videorecordings.
Western Culture Program.

 

1980 Sep 22-26

Box 1

Prof. Edward M. Good (Religious studies), The Bible 55.1

Box 1

Prof. Mark W. Edwards (Classics), The Iliad 55.2

Box 1

Prof. Donald R. Howard (English), Chaucer 55.3

Box 1

Mr. Edward W. Spofford (Classics), Thucydides 55.4

Box 1

Prof. John J. Winkler (Classics), Lysistrata 55.5

Box 1

Prof. Marsh H. McCall (Classics), Tragedy 55.6

Box 1

Prof. Paul S. Seaver (History), Utopia 55.7

Box 1

Prof. Henry S. Levinson (Religious Studies), Darwin 55.8

Box 1

Prof. Ronald N. Bracewell (Electrical Engineering), Galileo 55.9

 

1981

Box 2

Prof. James M. Redfield (Univ. Of Chicago) on Approaching Homer 55.1

Box 2

Prof. Antony E. Raubitschek on Homer and Greek Art 55.11

Box 2

Prof. Edward W. Spofford on Approaching Virgil’s Aeneid 55.12

Box 2

Prof. William P. Mahrt on Idea and Reality of Music in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance 55.13

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Ms. Diane Yvonne Ghirardo on Reading Architecture: History of a Building Type 55.14

Box 2

Prof. H. Craig Heller on Approaching Darwin 55.15

Box 2

Prof. Lee H. Yearley on Approaching Freud 55.16

Box 2

Prof. Albert J. Guerard on Approaching the Modern Novel 55.17

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Professors Herbert S. Lindenberger, Bruce B. Rosenstock, and David E. Wellbery on Approaching the Short Poem 55.18

Box 2

Prof. John Gurley on Approaching Marx 55.19