Oral History Interview: Merle Curti (027)
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In his five interviews, conducted between 1973 and 1992, Merle Curti describes his experience as a history scholar and teacher. He recalls his time as a student at Harvard under Frederick Jackson Turner, his teaching experience before UW, and his time as part of the UW history faculty from 1942-1968.
Beard, Charles and Mary
Religion and Scholarship
American Intellectual History
1953 Mississippi Valley Historical Association
Status of Women
Turner, Frederick Jackson
WWII and UW
Ogg Curriculum Committee
UW History Department
First Session (1973) Interviewer - Donna Taylor; Second Session (1981) Interviewer - Laura Smail; Third Session (1982) Interviewer - Edward Coffman; Fourth Session (1986) Interviewer - William Cronon; Fifth Session (1992) Interviewer - Gerda Lerner
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