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"Rationalizing Ontario's Universities" - Address in the AMS External Affairs Commission Lecture Series,Queen's University; Population Policy in China and India (Address at Queen's University)

Address at Queen's University by Sean Conway (January 31, 1984) and Dr. Chandgashekhav (Feb. 7, 1984). Side One: Politician Sean Conway discusses the problems of underfunding to Universities by the Ontario Government, and the current government student assistanance program. He discusses the possibility of drastic restructuring of higher education and with the lack of accessibility of universities to those of lower incomes. Side Two: Former Minister of Health and Family Planning in India, Dr. Chandrashekhav, provides statistics to demonstrate the phenomenal growth of the world's population in the last couple of centuries relative to the preceeding 2 million years. He indicates that this growth is a serious problem since it is associated with poverty and starvation in some parts of the world. He describes various methods that have been used to control population growth in India, and why they have failed. He also describes China's population policy.

"Science and Meaning" George Wald

Key note address at the Science Teachers Association of Ontario Meeting by Dr. George Wald of Harvard University. Nobel Price Winner in 1967. Side One: Dr. George Wald's key note address, entitled "Science and Survival". Dr. Wald talks about the age of information, the industrial revolution and nuclear power and how it has brought the world to the brink of destruction. Side Two: Continuation of talk. Question and answer period.

"Skelton, Macintosh, Clark, Gordon and Deutsch" by Dr. Jack Granatstein

Dr. Jack Granatstein speaks aobut 5 prominent Queen's men and their link between Queen's and the Civil Service. Side One: Prof. Hugh Thorburn introduces Dr. Jack Granatstein. Dr. Jack Granatstein gives his talk, "Skelton, Mackintosh, Clark, Gordon and Deutsch". Side Two: continuation of above lecture. Dr. Granatstein answers audience questions.

"Speak Your Mind."

Marcus Long Hosts an open-line broadcast called "Speak Your Mind" on CHUM. Side One: Long speaks with callers, asking "Does Canada Need a New Political Party?". Side Two: One advertisement, then blank.

"Starting from scratch: the beginnings of the critical biogaphy of Ontario's first ombudsman"

Dr. Charles Pullen talks about Arthur Maloney - criminal lawyer, politician and 1st ombudsman, 9th Annual Archives Lecture, April 18, 1991. Side One: Dr. Pullen introduced by Dr. Norman Mackenzie. Above talk by Dr. Pullen. Side Two: continuation and end of Pullen's talk. comments/questions from audience.

"The History of Post Modernism" by Frank Kermode March 28, 1897

Frank Kermode lectures about the history of postmodernism. Side One: Introduction to the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lecture introduction of Frank Kermode by Prof. A.C. Hamilton. Lecture by Frank Kermode who discusses modernism and postmodernism, its sociological aspects and its affect on art and literature. Side Two: continuation of Frank kermode's lecture. Prof Bob Bader of Queen's theological college thanks the speaker. finish.

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