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Oral history interview with Briant Jacobs

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Identifier: UA OH 180
Scope and Contents Comments on his choice of English as a field of study; great American authors; academic freedom at BYU, including controversies in the late 1960s; and participation with his wife in the China Teachers Program sponsored by BYU's David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, 1983-1984 and 1991-1992. Interviewed by Carol Clark Ottesen. Sound is distorted on part of the audio recording.
Dates: 2000

Oral history interview with Ray C. Hillam

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA OH 181
Scope and Contents Briefly comments on China Teachers Program which sent couples to China to teach English beginning in 1989; International Relations Program, subsequently known as David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies; and Washington Seminar, which sent students to study in Washington D.C. Also mentions his experience as a Fulbright professor in Vietnam during Vietnam War, and on the "spy scandal" at BYU in the late 1960s. Interviewed by Carol Ottesen, historian of BYU Emeritus Alumnus Association.
Dates: 2000

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