James G. Leyburn Class Lecture
Scope and Contents
This collection is an audiorecording of a class lecture given by James G. Leyburn to his Communications 202 class on May 18, 1966. Professor Leyburn talks about rhetoric and southern American writers, specifically women writers.
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This collection is open for research use.
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Biographical / Historical
James Graham Leyburn earned his A.B. in 1920, A.M. in 1921, LL.D. in 1962 all at Duke University as well as an A.M. at Princeton University in 1922, Ph.D. at Yale University in 1927, and Litt.D. at Washington and Lee University in 1974. He served as a professor of sociology and dean at Washington and Lee University from 1947-1956 and a dean and professor emeritus from 1972-1993. Leyburn wrote several books including The Haitian People, 1941 and The Scotch-Irish, 1962.
Language of Materials
The cd-rom containing this audio file is filed by collection number in the audiovisual section.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Ward Briggs, Jr.
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