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News Release (January 20, 1966)


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News Release (January 20, 1966)
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New College News Release, For Release: Jan. 20
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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January 20, 1966


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NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR PO The third season of New College New Perspectives lectures for area residents begins in February. The theme for the 1966 series will be "The Humanities in the Century." The New Perspectives program this year starts February 10 and will consist of six bi-weekly lectures, given at College Hall on the New College campus. First speaker in the series, which is primarily for the public, will be Professor Nathan A.Scott of the University of Chicago Divinity School who \-Till talk on "Poetry and the Religious Imagination." The objective of the lecture series is to bring to interested adults in the community some of the newer developments in specific areas of learning. Each of the lectures is followed by a question and answer period. All lee-tures will be taped for those series subscribers who miss one of the evenings. During the first t\-TO years of the New Perspectives lectures, speakers explored the natural sciences and the social sciences. Some of the other speakers in the series Nill be Naurice Valency, pro-fessor of comparative literature at Columbia University and a playwright, who t-Till talk about ''The New Drama"; Professor Crane Brinton of Harvard University, an historian, who will discuss aspects of the present French situation; Professor Paul Weiss of Yale University, who will tell how a philosopher looks at the arts. -more-


NEt.J COLLEGE NEH PERSPECTIVES SERIES Page 2 of the limited size of the lecture hall enrollment from the \7ill be limited to 100 persons. Subscriptior.s for the series only are being taken at this time. year the entire was sold out before the lectures began. Price for the series is $18 and reservations may be made by calling College 355-7131. All lectures are held on Thursday evenings beginning at 8 p.m. In charge of the Ne\v Perspectives series this year is Dr. Arthur R; Borden Jr., chairman of the division of the humanities at New College. -30-

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