KPFA: Minorities in S.F. State College; The Educated Imagination Part I: The Motive for Metaphor, 1968
[Side A] (KPFA) An interview with three professors (Richard Fitzgerald, Juan Martinez, and Nathan Hare) who were fired for attempting to introduce Black studies in the curriculum and association with Black student groups. Interview includes a S.F. State College official's statement, Harvey York. "The Educated Imagination Part I: The Motive for Metaphor" - the first of six Massey Lectures by the distinguished critic and aesthetician Northrop Frye. [Side B] Discussion about Lee Oswald. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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