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Mike Rogin: Free Speech Movement Oral History Project

Interviewee(s):
Rogin, Mike
Interviewer(s):
Rubens, Lisa
Title:
Mike Rogin: Free Speech Movement Oral History Project
Abstract:
Michael Rogin was beginning his second year as a Professor in the Department of Political Science, and attributes the FSM as a turning point in his academic career. Rogin discusses his experience as a graduate student at the University of Chicago, his knowledge of the Loalty Oath controversy, hi relationship with other members of the Poli Sci department, and his critique of Cold War American liberalism. Rogin was part of a group of theorists —including Norman Jacobson, who was also interviewed for this project, Jack Schaar and Sheldon Wolin who are referred to in many of the interviews for this project. Rogin died before he was able to review his interview.
Subject area(s):
Education and University of California
Advocacy and Philanthropy
Interview date(s):
2000
Project:
Free Speech Movement
Oskicat record:
b22248411
Rights:
Rogin, Mike. "Mike Rogin: Free Speech Movement Oral History Project." Interview by Lisa Rubens in 2000. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2014.