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News Release (November 20, 1966)


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


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1 _NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, NOVEHBER 20, 1966 New College students have completed plans for the first JeH College International Affairs Conference and three principal speakers have been se-cured for the conference to be held April 27-29, on the College campus. A student undertaking, the conference is sponsored by the New College Student Committee on International Affairs. The topic for discussion be "Popular Revolutions: lJhat Are They and Hha t Is United States Policy Tot-rard Them?" Areas slated to receive special attention at the conference are Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia. The topic has special relevance because of the new governments and nations emerging in many parts of the world. Dr. David N. Director of Graduate Studies in International Re-lations at Yale University; Dr. Stefan T. Possony, Director of International Studies at the Hoover Institution of 'Jar, Revolutions, and Peace; and Dr. John Spanier, Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida have made tentative commitments to participate in the conference. Dr. George Hayer, Fulbright Scholar to 1alaya and Visiting Professor of History at Nelv College, has also agreed to serve as a principal speaker in the conference. -more-


NEH COLLEGE -Conference -Page 2 In addition, two graduate students from Africa who are attending Johns Hopkins University have also tentatively agreed to attend. According to third-year student Charles Raeburn, from Yilmington. Del., who acts as spokesman for the Committee on International Affairs, the group has contacted foundations throughout the country to obtain funds in support of the conference. State and local support also is being sought.-Some funds have been allocated from the Student Activity Fund at New College, made up of special fees paid by all students. In addition, Raeburn added, the college itself has agreed to help with the cost of the undertakine. No specific plans concerning conference format have been established. "The conference will coordinate the general curriculum and provide students with the opportunity to gain a broader of international events," Raeburn said. Although members of the community will also be able to participate, no definite plans have been made. -30-


Members of the New College Student Committee for International Affairs discuss plana for New College's first International Affairs Con ference with their faculty dvisers. Thirdyear students, Charles Hamilton (left) and Anna Navar.ro1 talk with Dr, B, r.resham Riley, standing, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, and Dr. Rollin R. Chairman of the Division of Social ScienceR, Members of the New College Student Committee for International Affairs discu s plans for New College's first Tnternational AffairB Con ference with their faculty ndvisers, Thirdyear atudents, Charles Hal'ailton (left) and Anna avarro, talk with Dr, B, r.reshan Riley, standing, Assistant of and Dr, Rollin B Posey Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences,

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