Karen Blair Video Interview

Title

Karen Blair Video Interview

Interviewees

Karen Blair

Document Type

Book

Interviewer

King, Corwin

Files

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Description

Dr. Karen Blair talks about her early career, coming to Central to teach History, and working with many colleagues who had had taught together since they were young Ph.Ds. in the early 1970s. She mentions becoming chair of history department, and serving as ADCO president for a year. She also discusses exhibits for women’s history projects. Karen discusses the creation of the CWU Archives and her research interest in the history of the University. She mentions town and gown issues, faculty and administration issues, campus changes over time, and tenure and promotion changes. Blair shares some of the research that she conducted about campus history, undertaken to assist in the book authored by President McIntyre's committee of authors for By Teaching We Learn.

Publication Date

Spring 5-25-2016

Publisher

Central Washington University

City

Ellensburg

Rights

Educational use only; no other permissions given. Copyright to this resource is held by the content creator, author, artist or other entity, and is provided here for educational use only.

Contributor

Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections

Spatial Coverage (for ex: Ellensburg, WA)

Ellensburg, WA

Language

English

Subject

Central Washington University, History

Source

Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections

Format

video/mp4

Karen Blair Video Interview

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