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Lecture by Daniel Power, S.J. on Religion and the State in American Democracy, 1955
In this lecture, Daniel Power, S.J. discusses the topic of "Religion and the State in American Democracy." Power claims that a dedication to the principle of religious freedom is the most remarkable fact of American ...
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer: Academic Convocation.
Held in Gaston Hall. Academic convocation and honorary degree ceremony in honor of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Begins with the reading of the University Charter by Secretary of the Corporation and Dean of the ...
Lecture by Joseph T. Durkin, S.J. on American Political Tradition, 1954
Lecture is one in a series on "Wellsprings of American Democray." Durkin is introduced as a professor of American Constitutional History.
Lecture by Jan Karski on Europe's "Satellite Area", 1953
Broadcast by WCFM as part of the University of the Air programming for adult education. The lecture is the seventh in a series conducted by Georgetown University under the general title "Areas of World Tension." Daniel E. ...
Lecture by Joseph Snee, S.J. on "Man's Right to Know", 1955.
Produced by Georgetown University for the Universtiy of the Air. The lecture is the fifth in a series on Wellsprings of American Democracy under the general theme of "Man's Right to Know". Joseph Snee, S.J., Professor of ...
Commencement, 1952. Tape 3
Continuation of address by Winthrop Aldrich, Chairman of the Board of Chase National Bank. Recessional/singing of the Alma Mater begins at 18 minute 12 second mark.
Georgetown University Radio Forum #1274: Yes, Virginia, There is a Canada, 1971
Moderator Wallace Fanning introduces panalists Dr. Thomas Hockin, Professor Political Science at York University in Toronto Canada, Mr. George A. Cowley, Counselor for Cultural Affairs at Embassy of Canada, Reverend Terence ...
Commencement, 1952. Tape 1
Opens with processional music which is followed by comments by Georgetown President Hunter Guthrie, S.J. The Charter is read at the 11 minute 20 second mark. Greetings from the President and Directors of Georgetown College ...
Lecture by Otto Donner on tensions in East Berlin following an uprising by workers, 1953.
Broadcast by WCFM as part of the University of the Air programming for adult education. The lecture is the eight in a series conducted by Georgetown University under the general title "Areas of World Tension". Daniel E. ...
Lecture by Brian McGrath, S.J. on "The Theory of Consent", 1955
Produced by Georgetown University for the University of the Air. The lecture is the fourth in a series on Wellsprings of American Democracy. Daniel Power, S.J. introduces Brian A. McGrath, S.J., Dean of the College of Arts ...