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- Mixed material
- Date created
- January 12, 2018-February 16, 2018
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Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program interviews, 1999-2013 (inclusive) [sound recording].
This collection of oral history interviews pertaining to Stanford’s history contains audio recordings and transcripts of interviews.
Thomas Ehrlich, the dean of the Stanford Law School from 1971 to 1976, the former provost of the University of Pennsylvania, and the former president of the University of Indiana, discusses his upbringing and education, working in the State Department during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, highlights from his positions in academic leadership and as director of the International Development Cooperation Agency, and his work as a senior scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and a visiting professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. The interview was conducted by Lee Shulman, Ehrlich’s colleague at the Carnegie Foundation and the Stanford Graduate School of Education.
- Preferred Citation
- Ehrlich, Thomas. (2018). Oral History. Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews (SC0932). Department of Special Collections & University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif. Available at: https://purl.stanford.edu/kk274yy4922
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