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Series 1:  Ephemera 2001-2011

Box 1, Folder 1

American Dreams 2001-2002

Box 1, Folder 2

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues 2002-2003

Box 1, Folder 3

American Music 2003-2004

Box 1, Folder 4

Legal Borderlands symposium 2004

Box 1, Folder 5

Supreme Court decisions 2004-2005

Box 1, Folder 6

American Science 2005-2006

Box 1, Folder 7

The U.S. in the World 2006-2007

Box 1, Folder 8

American Film 2007-2008

Box 1, Folder 9

The Environment and American Society 2008-2009

Box 1, Folder 10

War and Society 2009-2010

Box 1, Folder 11

See Under: History 2010-2011

 

Media 1993-2008

Box 2, object 1

American Dreams, Bailyn lecture, audio tape 2001 October 15

Note

Bernard Bailyn, Harvard University. Lecture: "The Puritan Utopia: Fault Lines, Diversity, and Holy Rage"
Box 2, object 2

American Dreams, Davis lecture, audio tape 2001 November 15

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David Brian Davis, Yale University. Lecture: "Secular Scripture: The Declaration of Independence as an Exemplar"
Box 2, object 3

American Dreams, Scott lecture, audio tape 2002 January 31

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Rebecca J. Scott, University of Michigan. Lecture: "Winning and Losing the Right to Have Rights: Race and Citizenship in the Era of the Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898-1903"
Box 2, object 4

American Dreams, Holt lecture, audio tape 2002 February 28

Note

Thomas C. Holt, University of Chicago. Lecture: "Competing Visions of Race and Nation at the Dawn of the American Century"
Box 2, object 5

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Warren lecture, audio tape 2002 September 26

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Kenneth Warren, University of Chicago. Lecture: "W.E.B. DuBois' Dusk of Dawn: The End of a Beginning in African Americanist Inquiry"
Box 2, object 6

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Ehrenreich lecture, audio tape 2002 October 31

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Barbara Ehrenreich, social critic and author. Leture: Updating Veblen: Conspicuous Consumption and Invisible Workers"
Box 2, object 7

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Sanchez lecture, audio tape 2002 November 21

Note

George Sanchez, University of Southern California. "Between Islands and Factories: Southern California through the Eyes of Carey McWilliams"
Box 2, object 8

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Sherry lecture, audio tape 2003 February 6

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Michael Sherry, Northwestern University. Lecture: "Kubrick's Dr. Stranglove: America's Cold War Strange Love"
Box 2, object 9

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Cronon lecture, audio tape 2003 March 6

Note

William Cronon, University of Wisconsin at Madison. Lecture: "The Fallout of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring"
Box 2, object 10

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Kozol lecture, audio tape 2003 April 17

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Jonathan Kozol, author. Lecture: "Amazing Grace: The Ethical Resilience of Low Income Children in Our Nation's Segregated and Unequal Schools"
Box 2, object 11

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Ehrenreich lecture, VHS tape 2002 October 31

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Barbara Ehrenreich, social critic and author. Leture: Updating Veblen: Conspicuous Consumption and Invisible Workers"
Box 2, object 12

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Sanchez lecture, VHS tape 2002 November 21

Note

George Sanchez, University of Southern California. "Between Islands and Factories: Southern California through the Eyes of Carey McWilliams"
Box 2, object 13

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Sherry lecture, VHS tape 2002 February 6

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Michael Sherry, Northwestern University. Lecture: "Kubrick's Dr. Stranglove: America's Cold War Strange Love"
Box 2, object 14

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Cronon lecture, VHS tape 2003 March 6

Note

William Cronon, University of Wisconsin at Madison. Lecture: "The Fallout of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring"
Box 2, object 15

Public Intellectuals/Public Issues, Kozol lecture, VHS tape 2003 April 17

Note

William Cronon, University of Wisconsin at Madison. Lecture: "The Fallout of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring"
Box 2, object 16

American Music, Russell lecture, audio tape 2003 October 2

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Craig Russell, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Lecture: "Feminine Flamboyance in 18th-Century Mexico: The Music from America's First Music Conservatory"
Box 2, object 17

American Music, de Flores performance, audio tape 2003 October 2

Note

Concert performance by Ramo de Flores, led by Craig Russell. Performance: "Mexican Roses: Early Music from the Conservatorio de las Rosas," Mexican Baroque music.
Box 2, object 18

American Music, Marsalis lecture and performance, audio tape 2003 November 4

Note

Wynton Marsalis, musician. Lecture: "Jazz in the Bittersweet Blues of Life"
Box 2, object 19

American Music, Russell lecture, VHS tape 2003 October 2

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Craig Russell, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Lecture: "Feminine Flamboyance in 18th-Century Mexico: The Music from America's First Music Conservatory"
Box 2, object 20

American Music, Marsalis lecture and performance, VHS tape 2003 November 4

Note

Wynton Marsalis, musician. Lecture: "Jazz in the Bittersweet Blues of Life"
Box 2, object 21

American Music, Crawford lecture, VHS tape 2004 February 12

Note

Richard Crawford, University of Michigan. Lecture: "A Year in the Life: George Gershwin in 1925"
Box 2, object 22

American Music, Dawidoff lecture, VHS tape 2004 April 01

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Robert Dawidoff, Claremont Graduate University. Lecture: "Jeepers Creepers: The Songs of Johnny Mercer"
Box 2, object 23

American Music, Marsalis, CD 1993

Box 2, object 24

American Music, Chanticleer, CD 1994

Box 2, object 25

American Music, Pomona Music Sampler, CD 2001

Box 2, object 26

American Music, Dawidoff, CD 1 & 2 2004 April 1

Box 2, object 27

Legal Borderlands symposium, welcoming remarks, audio tape 2004 September 10

Box 2, object 28

Legal Borderlands symposium, panel 1, audio tape 1 & 2 2004 September 10

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Panel 1 - "Borders of Identity": Nayan Shah, UC San Diego, Lecture: "Migration, Race, and Policing Sexual Intimacy in North America, 1910-1930"; Devon Carbado, UCLA School of Law, Lecture: "Racial Naturalization"; Austin Sarat, Amherst College, Lecture: "At the Boundaries of Law: Sovereign Prerogative and the Dilemma of American Legality"
Box 2, object 29

Legal Borderlands symposium, panel 2, audio tapes 1 & 2 2004 September 10

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Panel 2 - "Borders of Territory": Amy Kaplan, University of Pennsylvania, Lecture: "Where is Guantanamo"; Christina Burnett, Princeton University
Box 2, object 30

Legal Borderlands symposium, keynote and reception, audio tapes 1 & 2 2004 September 10

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Linda Kerber, University of Iowa. Keynote address: "Statelessness"
Box 2, object 31

Legal Borderlands symposium, panel 3, audio tapes 1 & 2 2004 September 11

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Panel 3 - "Borders of Power and Influence": Robert Williams, University of Arizona Law School, Lecture: "The Savage as the Wolf: The Founders' First Indian Policy and Indigenous People's Rights in the Western Colonial Imaginiation"; Teemu Ruskola, American University School of Law, Lecture: "The Legal Construction of 'America' in the 'District of China'"; David Campbell, University of Newcastle, Lecture: "The Bioploitics of Security: Oil, Empire, and the S.U.V."
Box 2, object 32

Legal Borderlands symposium, wrap-up panel, audio tapes 1 & 2 2004 September 11

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Lisa Lowe, UC San Diego; Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Stanford University; Cheryl Harris, UCLA Law School; Katherine Franke, Columbia Law School
Box 2, object 33

Legal Borderlands symposium, keynote, VHS tape 2004 September 10

Note

Linda Kerber, University of Iowa. Keynote address: "Statelessness"
Box 2, object 34

Supreme Court Decisions, Foner lecture, audio tape 2004 October 28

Note

Eric Foner, Columbia University. Lecture: "Plessy v. Ferguson and the Strange Career of Civil Rights"
Box 2, object 35

Supreme Court Decisions, Estrich lecture, audio tape 2005 March 3

Note

Susan Estrich, University of Southern California Law School. Lecture: "Gender Equity Cases: The Meaning of Equality"
Box 2, object 36

Supreme Court Decisions, Cole lecture, VHS tape 2004 September 16

Note

David Cole, Georgetown Law School. Lecture: "Bad Guys: The President's Power to Detain Enemy Combatants in the War on Terrorism"
Box 2, object 37

Supreme Court Decisions, Foner lecture, VHS tape 2004 October 28

Note

Eric Foner, Columbia University. Lecture: "Plessy v. Ferguson and the Strange Career of Civil Rights"
Box 2, object 38

Supreme Court Decisions, Estrich lecture, VHS tape 2005 March 3

Note

Susan Estrich, University of Southern California Law School. Lecture: "Gender Equity Cases: The Meaning of Equality"
Box 2, object 39

American Science, Chaplin lecture, audio tapes 1 & 2 2005 September 22

Note

Joyce Chaplin, Harvard University. "Race and Democracy in British America: Who Counted?"
Box 2, object 40

American Science, Gusterson lecture, audio tape 2006 February 2

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Hugh Gusterson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture: "Mr. Powell Goes to the UN"
Box 2, object 41

American Science, Searle lecture, audio tape 1 & 2 2006 March 1

Note

John Searle, Univerity of California, Berkeley. Lecture: "Cognitive Science as Applied Philosophy"
Box 2, object 42

American Science, Weiner lecture, audio tape 2006 April 6

Note

Jonathan Weiner, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. "Lecture: His Brother's Keeper: A Story from the Edge of Medicine"
Box 2, object 43

American Science, Chaplin lecture, CD 2005 September 22

Note

Joyce Chaplin, Harvard University. "Race and Democracy in British America: Who Counted?"
Box 2, object 44

American Science, Smith lecture, CD 2005 November 3

Box 2, object 45

American Science, Gusterson lecture, CD 2006 February 2

Note

Hugh Gusterson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture: "Mr. Powell Goes to the UN"
Box 2, object 46

American Science, Searle lecture, CD 2006 March 1

Note

John Searle, Univerity of California, Berkeley. Lecture: "Cognitive Science as Applied Philosophy"
Box 2, object 47

American Science, Weiner lecture, CD 2006 April 6

Note

Jonathan Weiner, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. "Lecture: His Brother's Keeper: A Story from the Edge of Medicine"
Box 2, object 48

The U.S. in the World, Grandin lecture, audio tape 2006 October 5

Note

Greg Grandin, New York University. Lecture: "Empire's Workshop: Latin America, the United States, and the Rise of the New Imperialism"
Box 2, object 49

The U.S. in the World, Power lecture, audio tape 1 & 2 2007 February 1

Note

Samantha Power, Harvard University. "A Problem from Hell: American in the Age of Genocide"
Box 2, object 50

The U.S. in the World, Friedman lecture, audio tape 1 & 2 2007 March 8

Note

Benjamin Friedman, Harvard University. Lecture: "The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth"
Box 2, object 51

The U.S. in the World, de Grazia lecture, audio tape 1 & 2 2007 April 12

Note

Victoria de Grazia, Columbia University. Lecture: "Consumer Culture as Taproot of American Global Hegemony"
Box 2, object 52

The U.S. in the World, Grandin lecture, CD 2006 October 5

Note

Greg Grandin, New York University. Lecture: "Empire's Workshop: Latin America, the United States, and the Rise of the New Imperialism"
Box 2, object 53

The U.S. in the World, Khalidi lecture, CD 2006 October 26

Note

Rashid Khalidi, Columbia University. Lecture: "The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood"
Box 2, object 54

The U.S. in the World, Power lecture, CD 2007 February 1

Note

Samantha Power, Harvard University. "A Problem from Hell: American in the Age of Genocide"
Box 2, object 55

The U.S. in the World, Friedman lecture, CD 2007 March 8

Note

Benjamin Friedman, Harvard University. Lecture: "The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth"
Box 2, object 56

The U.S. in the World, de Grazia lecture, CD 2007 April 12

Note

Victoria de Grazia, Columbia University. Lecture: "Consumer Culture as Taproot of American Global Hegemony"
Box 2, object 57

American Film, Ross lecture, audio tape 2007 September 27

Note

Steven Ross, University of Southern California. Lecture: "Hollywood Left and Right: How Movie Stars Shaped American Politics"
Box 2, object 58

American Film, Basinger lecture, audio tape 2008 February 21

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Jeanine Basinger, Wesleyan University. Lecture: "The Star Machine: How Hollywood Made Movie Stars"
Box 2, object 59

American Film, Ross lecture, CD 2007 September 27

Note

Steven Ross, University of Southern California. Lecture: "Hollywood Left and Right: How Movie Stars Shaped American Politics"
Box 2, object 60

American Film, Basinger lecture, CD 2008 February 21

Note

Jeanine Basinger, Wesleyan University. Lecture: "The Star Machine: How Hollywood Made Movie Stars"
Box 2, object 61

American Film, Smith lecture, CD 2008 April 3

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Valerie Smith, Princeton University. Lecture: "Memory, Forensics, Justice: Civil Rights Movement Cold Cases on Film"