Sub-series F-233-8-5 - J.S. Woodsworth Summer Institute on Peace and War lecture series: audio recordings

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J.S. Woodsworth Summer Institute on Peace and War lecture series: audio recordings

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F-233-8-5

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  • 1986 (Creation)

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10 sound recordings

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Sub-series consists of audio recordings (cassettes) of a month-long series public lectures co-sponsored by the Faculty of Education and the Institute for the Humanities in July-Auguust 1986, called the J.S. Woodsworth Summer Instittute on Peace and War. Speakers were Dr. Ursula Franklin (University of Toronto), Dr. Magaret Benston (SFU), Dr. Martin Kitchen (SFU), Dr. David Barash, Dr. Neil Kyle, George Ignatieff (University of Toronto), Dr. Doug Ross (SFU), Dr. William Vanderburg (University of Toronto), and Joanna Miller (UNICEF Canada).

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For printed program, see series 7-1 "Faculty of Education publications", file 24.

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Physical description: includes 21 audio cassettes.

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