Lectures

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Lectures

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In addition to his Reflections series, the UMW Special Collections and University Archives possessed three recordings of classroom lectures from Dr. James Farmer's Civil Rights Movement class. The James Farmer Project undertook the task of captioning and transcribing these recordings, making them publicly available for the first time.

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In 1987, PBS station WNVT-TV and Mary Washington College partnered to film the James Farmer Reflections series, thirteen of Dr. Farmer’s lectures given when he was Professor of History. These lectures are compiled online by the Special Collections…

Recording of a lecture from James Farmer’s The Civil Rights Movement in the 20th Century class, Titled 'Lecture 040' in UMW Special Collections. Farmer discusses the nonviolence philosophy in the dominant Civil Rights Movement (0:00), more militant…

Recording of a lecture from James Farmer’s The Civil Rights Movement in the 20th Century class. Farmer discusses Booker T. Washington (00:00), W.E.B. DuBois (06:55), the struggle against lynching (25:11), the desegregation of schools (29:08), the…

First part of the recording of a lecture from James Farmer’s The Civil Rights Movement In The 20th Century class, which has been split in half by the James Farmer Project for upload space. Originally titled Lecture 038 by Special…

Second part of the recording of a lecture from James Farmer’s The Civil Rights Movement in the 20th Century class, which has been split in half for upload space. Originally titled 'Lecture 038' by Special Collections.

Starting from where the…
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