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Iraq: Coalition Politics

Iraq: Coalition Politics Kori Schake, Lt. Col. Kurt Schake

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Is Central Asia the New Middle East?

Ted Rall Universal Press Syndicate

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From Troy to Baghdad: Can the US Military Learn from Homer's Epics?

Jonathan Shay Staff Psychiatrist, Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic, Boston and author of Achilles in Vietnam and Odysseus in America Jonathan Shay is a psychiatrist with long…

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Women and War

Evelyne Accad College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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Children and War

Mattito Watson Deputy Field Office Director for Save the Children/U.S. Organization: Global Studies Initiative

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Brazil: The Successes and Failures of Industrialization

Abstract: Werner Baer talks about the history of the industrialization of Brazil. Title: Brazil: The Successes and Failures of Industrialization Speaker: Werner Baer Lemann Professor of Economics,…

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Roger Adams Oral History (Part 3)

Roger Adams was a professor of Chemistry at the University of Illinois from 1916 to 1957. In these interviews, conducted by John B. Mellecker over the course of several months from 1964 to 1965,…

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Roger Adams Oral History (Part 2)

Roger Adams was a professor of Chemistry at the University of Illinois from 1916 to 1957. In these interviews, conducted by John B. Mellecker over the course of several months from 1964 to 1965,…

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Roger Adams Oral History (Part 1)

Roger Adams was a professor of Chemistry at the University of Illinois from 1916 to 1957. In these interviews, conducted by John B. Mellecker over the course of several months from 1964 to 1965,…

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Marcus S. Goldman Oral History

Marcus Goldman was a professor of English at the University of Illinois from 1936 to 1962. He comments on growing up in Ohio, his experiences at the University, his service World War I and World …

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William Cumming Rose Oral History

William Rose was a professor of chemistry at the University of Illinois from 1922 to 1955. He speaks about his youth, amino acid research, work on pepsin and creatine, krebiozen, World Wars I and II,…

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William F. Schaller Oral History

William Schaller completed his undergraduate (1910) and masters degrees (1912) in the electrical engineering department of the University of Illinois. He discusses electrical engineering at Illinois,…

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Leslie A. Bryan Oral History

Leslie Aulls Bryan was the Director of the Institute of Aviation at the University of Illinois from 1946 to 1968. In this interview, he discusses the Institute of Aviation, the development of the…

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I24 International News Guest Appearance on Clear Cut News Program and Segment on G-7 and Extremists

I was asked to speak on the latest decision by G7 to take steps to deter the spread of Extremist messages via the Internet and Social Media and the challenges that will have to be addressed. October…

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State Department vs. Ad Hoc, May 11, 1965 - Part 3 - Digital Surrogates from the Vietnam Involvement Sound Recording, Series 48/5/4

Digital Surrogates from the Vietnam Involvement Sound Recording, Series 48/5/4 State Department vs. Ad Hoc, May 11, 1965 - Part 3 Digitized audio recording of a meeting held on May 11, 1965, at the…

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State Department vs. Ad Hoc, May 11, 1965 - Part 2 - Digital Surrogates from the Vietnam Involvement Sound Recording, Series 48/5/4

Digital Surrogates from the Vietnam Involvement Sound Recording, Series 48/5/4 State Department vs. Ad Hoc, May 11, 1965 - Part 2 Digitized audio recording of a meeting held on May 11, 1965, at the…

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State Department vs. Ad Hoc, May 11, 1965 - Part 1 - Digital Surrogates from the Vietnam Involvement Sound Recording, Series 48/5/4

Digital Surrogates from the Vietnam Involvement Sound Recording, Series 48/5/4 State Department vs. Ad Hoc, May 11, 1965 - Part 1 Digitized audio recording of a meeting held on May 11, 1965, at the…

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Quad Day Alumni & Administrator Oral History

A group of men who were students and administrators in the late 1960s and early 1970s recall violence and political turmoil surrounding the Vietnam War, the assassination of Martin Luther…

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David Bechtel and Hugh Satterlee Oral History

David Bechtel was a student at University of Illinois during the early 1960s and eventually became an assistant dean in charge of men's residences in 1969 before he moved to the undergraduate…

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Willard Broom Oral History

Willard Broom attended the University of Illinois in the late 1960s. At first, Willard was oblivious to political activity on campus; but he has memories of escalating tension and…

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Stan Rankin Oral History

Stan Rankin, a lifelong resident of the Champaign area, attended the University of Illinois during the 1950s. He describes his years in Champaign as a grade school boy during the World War II era…

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Katie Harper Wright Oral History

Katie Harper Wright came to the University of Illinois at age 16 and enrolled in the school of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS). She experienced formal segregation at the university and was forced…

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Joe Kraus Oral History

Joe Kraus came to the UI Library School in fall of 1938, but his education was suspended after Pearl Harbor in late 1941. After being drafted, he served as a teacher in the Officer Candidate…

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Jean Maury Oral History

Jean Hurt Maury came to Illinois in 1942 and worked for the Daily Illini as an editor during the war when it briefly had an all-female managing staff. She witnessed the tremendous involvement…

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