Paul Lauter: Neilly Series Lecture

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Paul Lauter: Neilly Series Lecture

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Date

2020-11-10 (via Zoom)

Description

Paul Lauter was incredibly active throughout the movements for social change during the 1960s. The ways in which he participated are extensive. In his new book, Our Sixties—An Activist’s History, Lauter examines the values, the exploits, the victories, the implications, and sometimes the failings, of that conflicted time.

Paul Lauter is the A. K. & G. M. Smith Professor of Literature Emeritus at Trinity College (Hartford). He was president of the American Studies Association and has won many awards, including, most recently, the Modern Language Association's Francis March Award for Distinguished Service to the Profession of English Studies and the Working-Class Studies Association's Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Lauter Photo 2.jpg

Citation

Lauter, Paul, “Paul Lauter: Neilly Series Lecture,” RBSCP Exhibits, accessed May 26, 2022, https://rbscpexhibits.lib.rochester.edu/items/show/6553.

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  1. Lauter Photo 2.jpg
  2. Neilly Author Series_ Paul Lauter _ River Campus Libraries.pdf