Interviewee: Charles H. Glatfelter, Emeritus Professor of History & Dean of the College, Gettysburg College
Interviewer: Michael J. Birkner, Benjamin Franklin Professor of the Liberal Arts & Professor of History, Gettysburg College
In an interview on September 3, 2004 conducted by Michael J. Birkner, Charles Glatfelter, professor of History and Dean of Gettysburg College, discusses Gettysburg College in the context of the turbulent 1960's and 1970's. He starts by describing his work with the Academic Program and Policy Committee, the curriculum changes that were made, and more specific changes in the History Department. He also discusses how the student body changed in the late 1960's and the faculty's stance on Vietnam and other controversies.
Length of Interview: 84 minutes
Collection Note: This oral history was selected from the Oral History Collection maintained by Special Collections & College Archives. Transcripts are available for browsing in the Special Collections Reading Room, 4th floor, Musselman Library. GettDigital contains the complete listing of oral histories done from 1978 to the present. To view this list and to access selected digital versions please visit -- http://gettysburg.cdmhost.com/cdm/landingpage/collection/p16274coll2
This interview appears in Gettysburg College's institutional repository by permission of the copyright owner for personal use, not for redistribution.
Glatfelter, Charles H. and Birkner, Michael J., "Interview with Charles H. Glatfelter, September 3, 2004" (2004). Oral Histories. 12.