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dc.contributorYochim,Dr. Emily
dc.contributorCommunication Arts 376: Media Consumption students at Allegheny College located in Meadville, PA.
dc.contributor.authorCarone, Vinny
dc.contributor.authorSimmons, Barry
dc.contributor.authorCamacho,Fabian Cuen
dc.contributor.authorSieber, John
dc.date.accessioned2019-07-24T18:57:43Z
dc.date.available2019-07-24T18:57:43Z
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10456/48779
dc.description.abstractBy following four different Allegheny professors this podcast will show how their early life (high school, higher education, traveling, family experiences, activism, etc.) has affected their teaching style/career at Allegheny. We will discuss what Kathy Davidson calls the “quarter life crisis” of many students graduating undergraduate and graduate school and show how these professors went through this same quarter-life crisis, the same crisis many graduating students at Allegheny may be dreading. However, through the stories of these four professors, you ultimately see this is not something to dread, but something to be thankful for because of the experiences you will gain and the places you will go.
dc.description.sponsorshipOral History in the Liberal Arts
dc.description.sponsorshipAndrew W. Mellon Foundation
dc.description.sponsorshipGLCA Expanding Collaborations Initiative
dc.description.sponsorshipAllegheny College Communication Arts Department
dc.format40,710,815 bytes; 00:21:12
dc.subjecteducation
dc.subjectwar
dc.subjectpolitical protests
dc.subjectStanford
dc.subjectpolitics
dc.subjectcareer paths
dc.titleEarly Life: Rebels, Refugees, and Russians: The Unusual Path of Allegheny Professors
dc.typerecording, oral
dc.title.seasonSeason 3 North Main Narratives
dc.creator.narratorSieber, John
dc.contributor.intervieweeMiller, David
dc.contributor.intervieweeHolland,Glenn
dc.contributor.intervieweeRahman,Shafiq
dc.contributor.intervieweeSearle-White, Joshua


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