Science and the humanities.
|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB3599||J. Robert Oppenheimer.||
Talk on the relevance of literary culture to men of science.|J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER...
|WBAI, May 1963.|
|BB4161.01||The Two cultures and the scientific revolution / read by Mitchell Harding.||
Charles .P. Snow's 1959 Rede lecture that started a scientist vs. humanist controversy,...
|KPFK, 19 May 1964.|
|BB4161.02||The Significance of C. P. Snow / read by Norman Belkin.||
A speech criticizing Charles P. Snow by F. R. Leavis, read by Norman Belkin.
|KPFA, 20 Mar. 1964.|
|BB4161.03||The Two cultures : a second look / read by Mitchell Harding.||
Speech by C. P. Snow answering his critics, read by Mitchell Harding.
|KPFK, 20 Mar. 1964.|
|BB4439||The English national book awards ceremonies / J. Robert Oppenheimer.||
Scientist in charge of developing the first nuclear bomb discusses his life and his political...
|WBAI, 23 May 1963.|
|BC2243.03||Reports from the 1975 American Association for the Advancement of Science (A.A.A.S.) Convention||
This program consists of various reports on panels. Including a short interview by Bob Zalisk...
|American Women -- Science and scientists||WBAI, 30 Jan. 1975.|
|BC2243.07||Dr. Margaret Mead / hosted by Paul McIsaac.||
Anthropologist discusses anthropology and the sciences.|DR. MARGARET MEAD / hosted by Paul...
|WBAI, 30 Jan. 1975.|
|KZ0042||Science and art / Ed Krupp and Anita Klebanoff ; interviewed by Steve Kilston.||
The different consciousness and inter-relationships of art and science.
|KPFK, Aug. 31, 1976.|