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Harvey Goldberg Lectures (1975-1983)

Harvey Goldberg Lectures (1975-1983)

"These recordings were made by students in various classes taught by  Harvey Goldberg at the University of Wisconsin. So extraordinary was Harvey as a teacher that, after word got around, his lectures were attended by standing-room-only throngs of hundreds of students. Agriculture Hall, which sat some 600, became his venues from the 60s until 1987 when he died of cancer. He taught history so that students could use it to change the world, which is what a lot of them went on to do. Goldberg taught an estimated 25,000 students in his career and supervised 99 Ph.D. dissertations. He was likely the most influential teacher of his generation, so beloved that his students and friends organized a foundation at UW to continue his work and then took the step to raise funds to dedicate a classroom at... Show More


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