Science and the humanities.

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PRA Archive #sort descending 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.
CSVScience and the humanities.