Rudolf Heberle oral history interview, 1981.


Rudolf Heberle oral history interview, 1981.

Rudolf Heberle compares the methods of teaching sociology at Louisiana State University with teaching in Germany during the late 1930s. He also tells of the LSU faculty caucus and their efforts to reform the university ca. 1939.

1 sound cassette (30 minutes);Transcript (4 p.)

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