Larsen, Dr. Michael (Oral History Interview, 2011)

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dc.contributor.other Brownlow, Bridget [interviewer]
dc.coverage.temporal 1961-1978
dc.creator Larsen, Dr. Michael 2013-08-23T15:50:32Z 2013-08-23T15:50:32Z January 26, 2011 2013-08-23
dc.description Lecturer, English (1972-74), Assistant Professor, English (1974-78, 1980-81), Associate Professor, English (1982-87, 1988-89), Professor, English (1989-01); Assistant Dean of Arts (1989-91), Dean of Arts (1991-01), Ex-Officio Senate Member (1991-01), Ex-Officio Board of Governors Member (1991-93), Acting Dean of Education (1995-01) en_CA
dc.description Dr. Larsen speaks from his unique perspective as both alumni of Saint Mary's University under Jesuit leadership, and as a new faculty member hired soon after secularization in 1971.
dc.description Major topics include: life at Saint Mary's between 1961 and 1966 when Dr. Larsen was a student; regulations and discipline at Saint Mary's College; intellectual optimism in early 1960s after Vatican II; secularization; effect of secularization on alumni relations; the skepticism and cynicism of the early 1970s; academic freedom in the newly secularized institution
dc.language.iso en en_CA
dc.subject.other Jesuits
dc.subject.other Secularization
dc.subject.other Social Activities
dc.subject.other Religion -- Social aspects
dc.subject.other Discipline
dc.subject.other Robie Street Campus
dc.subject.other Co-education
dc.subject.other Teaching Methods
dc.subject.other Reputation
dc.subject.other Student Newspapers
dc.subject.other Fundraising
dc.title Larsen, Dr. Michael (Oral History Interview, 2011) en_CA
dc.type Recording, oral en_CA

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