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Oral history interview with Judith R. Dushku (SOH-025, audio recording and transcript)

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Title:
Oral history interview with Judith R. Dushku (SOH-025, audio recording and transcript)
Date:
2008
Format:
Audio recordings (nonmusical)
Genre:
Oral histories
Location:
Suffolk University, Moakley Archive & Institute
Collection (local):
Suffolk University Oral History Project
Subjects:
Suffolk University
Universities & colleges
Moakley, John Joseph, 1927-2001
Protest movements
Education
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Terms of Use:
Copyright Suffolk University. This item is made available for research and educational purposes by the John Joseph Moakley Archive & Institute. Prior permission is required for any commercial use.
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Notes:
Judith Dushku, a professor in the Government Department, began her career at Suffolk University in 1966, and in the years since then, has witnessed many changes at Suffolk and in the city of Boston. In this interview, Dushku discusses the changes in the school, the city, and her own beliefs over that period of time; she also remarks upon the anti-war movement, civil rights, local and international politics, and the media’s role in international issues. Professor Dushku relates her admiration of Congressman Joe Moakley and concludes with her satisfaction with her tenure at Suffolk.
Language:
English
Identifier:
SOH-025