"Art, Imagination, Storytelling" An Interview with Karl Kroeber michael mallick This interview with Karl Kroeber was originally published in English Department Updates (Fall 2009), a semiannual alumni newsletter of the Columbia University Department of English & Comparative Literature. Mallick is coordinator of the newsletter. Although Kroeber did not want a memorial service after his death, he asked that this interview and his "Address to Columbia College Students" be assembled in a pamphlet for distribution. Jean Taylor Kroeber, his wife, and their children combined these with a short biography in "Karl Kroeber, 24 November 19268 November 2009," which was distributed at his commemorative service, April 8, 2012, in St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University. michael mallick (mm): You taught your first class at Columbia in 1952 and your last this spring--any changes in fifty-seven years? karl kroeber (kk): A scholarly answer: yes and no. In the early fifties the students were all male, all white, everybody wore a tie, and you addressed each by his last name prefaced by Mr. A high percentage of students were from the twenty or so excellent Catholic high schools in and around New York; a smaller but solid percentage were Jewish--in those years the
Studies in American Indian Literatures – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Jul 14, 2012
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