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Guide to the David Paletz Student Films, 1975-1996

Abstract

The David Paletz Student Films were created by Duke students for David Paletz's POLI 130: Politics and Media course, with topics covering politics and Duke University.

Descriptive Summary

Title
David Paletz Student films
Creator
Paletz, David L., 1934-
Extent
1.0 Linear feet
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
Materials in English

Collection Overview

The collection includes fims on five U-matic and nine VHS cassette tapes that cover a variety of topics related to politics and Duke University.

Administrative Information

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Collection is open for research.

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Contents of the Collection

Political Events and Local Television News by Jeff Blauvelt and Cindy Lewis, 1975
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette Umatic_0001
Duke: Portrait of an Institution Pro-Con by Karyn Roberts and Sarah Darer, 1983
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette Umatic_0002
Oliver North: Covert Activity Uncovered by Jeffrey Cooper, 1988
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette Umatic_0003
Greek Life at Duke and Eruditio et Fraternity by Tim Haddock, 1991
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette Umatic_0004
Perceptions of Tranquility: Black-White Relations at Duke by Mike Goldstein, Ted Edwards, and Doug Lito, 1991
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette Umatic_0005
Duke Vigil of 1968 and Occupation of Allen Building of 1969 by Jana Eisinger, Rob Ross, and Eric Whitney, 1988
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0001
Food for Thought by Mary Penrod, Rob Ruggiero, and Alex Hernandez, 1988
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0002
Ignorance is No Excuse by Melissa Sue Widen and Ann Thompson Offutt, 1988
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0003
The Indigent System in Durham by Nancy Inouye, Enid Paterson, and Stephanie Shmunes, circa 1988
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0004
Mutual of Durham's Wild Kingdumb by Cheryl Dolins and Bill McCullough, 1988
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0005
Duke Basketball Highlights 1992-1993 (Negative and Positive) by Travis Boozer, 1993
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0006
Flipping Channels by Chris Charbonnier, 1994
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0007
60 More Minutes: A Closer Look at Race Relations at Duke University by Shane Shansbury and Danny Koenig, 1994
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0008
Tramps by Greg Wilkerson and Ken Bensinger, 1996
Original videocassette
Box 1
Video-cassette VHS_0009

Historical Note

David Paletz was a professor in the Political Science department of Duke University starting in 1967 and specialized in American politics and media.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], David Paletz Student Films, University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The David Paletz Student Films were received by the University Archives as a gift in January, 2014.

Processing Information

Processed by: Matthew Schaefer, January 2014

Accessions described in this finding aid: UA2014-0009