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News Release (April 9, 1967)


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News Release (April 9, 1967)
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New College News Release, For Release: Sunday, April 9, 1967
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NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, APRIL 91 1967 NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION A Yale University professor who has spent much of his life living or traveling in the Far East, has been named as one of the key speakers at the three-day New College Institute on Foreign Affairs, April 27-29 Dr. David Nelson Rowe, profes or of political science at Yale, will be one of eight specialists in foreign affairs coming to the campus to take part in the conference. During the two days of the conference speakers will discuss popular revolutions that have taken place, primarily in the Par East, South America, and Africa, and e pecinlly the role of the United St tee in each area. After each of the major addresses on various phases of such revolutiona, students and others attending the conference will separate into seminar groups to examine various questions. The three-ddy institute, which has been arranged by a group of students working with the faculty, also is conceived ns a way of intensifying studies in history, political science, and international nffairs. To brin in experts in various fields to speak and to assist in the seminars, the students o bbained a special grant frwM the William G and Marie Selby Foundation and an allocation fro the Student Activities Fund -more-


NEW COLLEGE Page 2 Taking rnajor roles in the Institute are student Anna Navarro, a third-year student from Hallandale, Fla. who next year will enter the Woodrow Wilson Scltool of Public and International Affaire at Princeton University; Charles Raeburn of Wilmington, Del., who plans to study law, and Charles Hamil ton of Glen Ellyn, Ill., a third-year history student. Dr. Rollin B. Posey, professor of political science and chail"'llan of the division of social sciences at New College, is advising the students. The Institute will be open to college students and invitations have been sent to undergraduates at most Florida colleges and univer6ities. Limited public participation, depending on available space, also will be encouraged. Dr. Rowe, who opens the second general session with talk on China and the Far East, was born ir. Nanking, China, and lived in Central China until he was 17. 'He wns educated in America, earning his bachelor degree at Princeton University, ,c his masters at the University of Southern California, and his doctorate at the University of Chicago Since 1929 he has held many important teachine and consultant positions including ones with the Rockefeller Foundation, Harvard University, th Library of Congress, National War College, Air College, STanford Research Institute, U ,S. Air Force, Ford Foundation, Ginling College on Taiwan, and the Defence In telligence School While moat of his many books and articles published deal with the Far East, Dr. Rowe baa written a book on American constitutional history. Re has written on numerous phaees of Far Eastern life, including such topics as the Soviet influence in China, undergraduate instruction, reilitary preparedness, the Japanese Constitution, lan uage instruction, and Commmtism in China

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