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James, Stuart

 Person

English Professosr DU 1957-1980s

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Arts and Sciences – English – Stuart James, Chair, 1977-1978

 File
Identifier: M028.02.0004.0025
Overview Types of Materials: Correspondence, memos
Dates: 1977-1978

Speech of Stuart James, 1970

 Item
Identifier: U219.03.0004.0003.00005
Overview Speech on what the university taught him and the importance of including the other (and humor) in one's life. No author is given in the typed speech, but Stuart James is written in the upper corner of the first page.
Dates: 1970

Stuart James: American Literature of the South (Reel 1 / Side 1), 1965-02-22

 Item
Identifier: U032.01.0010.00032
Overview This reel contains Stuart James speaking at the University of Denver as part of the spring 1965 English Department Lecture Series. The focal point of his lecture is the literature of the American south. Stuart claims that the 1920's witnessed a renaissance of southern literature and James' lecture examines the reasoning behind this renaissance.There are intermittent noise artifacts during the middle/end of the recording, however the recording is still understandable....
Dates: 1965-02-22

Stuart James: The Politics of Personal Salvation - The American Literary Record (Reel 1 / Side 1), 1969-05-14

 Item
Identifier: U032.01.0009.00008
Overview This reel contains University of Denver professor Stuart James giving a lecture titled, "The Politics of Personal Salvation - The American Literary Record". This talk was given on May 14, 1969, as part of the English Department Lecture Series. Topics of discussion include Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America", American sepratists, and religious purity. Additionally, Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Scarlet Letter are spoken about at length.

Total run time: 1:03:10
Dates: 1969-05-14

Stuart James: The Renaissance and America - New World and Old Beliefs (Reel 1 / Side 1), 1965-11-30

 Item
Identifier: U032.01.0010.00001
Overview This reel contains Stuart B. James speaking at the University of Denver on November 30, 1965. The topic of his lecture is Puritan literature. He reads from the works of the Puritans and concludes his lecture with a discussion of how Puritan literature affected the future American thought, including Benjamin Franklin.

Total run time: 1:00:05
Dates: 1965-11-30

Stuart James: The Unbroken Circle, Belief, and the Descent of Art (Reel 1 / Side 1), 1967-04-27

 Item
Identifier: U032.01.0009.00040
Overview This reel contains Stuart James speaking at the University of Denver on April 27, 1967. The original speaker was supposed to be Robert Pack according to the program, introducer, and reel container. Initially, Pack's lecture title was William Wordsworth and the Uses of the Unremembered Past. Upon preparation for the lecture, James changed the topic and title to The Unbroken Circle, Belief, and the Descent of Art. The lecture primarily consists of James discussing classic authors and artists and...
Dates: 1967-04-27