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Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)

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1 Big sections and wheeler dealers
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:61, p.2
6/20/1969 Professor Lindberg discusses large classes.
2 The institution as racist personality; Lindberg
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:31, p.7
1/10/1969 Professor Lindberg offers viewpoint on race relations.
3 Facts on Black Literature course
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:27, p.2
12/13/1968 Professor Lindberg briefly outlines his course.
4 Supports general ed. revision and additional electives
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:15, p.2
10/29/1968 Letter expresses support for Howard J. Thompson's desire for revision of general education program, but disagrees with Thompson's stand against black history and literature courses.
5 Lindberg: Iowans don't have to be provincial
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:13, p.7
10/22/1968 Governor's Committee on the United Nations offers opportunity for Iowans to see beyond the "provincial" Midwest.
6 'Dr. Fox has selective view of literature'
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.3
10/18/1968 Letter attempts to show that Professor Fox is mistaken in his claim that Black literature is not significant enough to be studied as a separate genre.
7 'Means everything or nothing'
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:12, p.12
10/20/1967 Considers issue of Hoffmans letter in a newspaper supported by tax money.
8 Lindberg shares something very funny with us
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
College Eye 60:48, p.2
4/19/1966 Shares an anecdote about writing themes on cheating; the articles in the magazines have all been torn out.
9 Kultur: Poetry Hour completes Iowa cultural life
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
College Eye 60:23, p.2
12/3/1965 Encourages students to attend Poetry Hour.
10 Perspective: teachers must keep clear the ways to learning
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
College Eye 58:22, p.2
3/20/1964 States that the way of learning is through participation and function, not through accumulation.

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