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Charles Hepwholl Holland, b. 1923

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Track 1: His background in England and early education. His years in the Royal Air Force during World War II. Graduated with a degree in Geology from Manchester University, continued with postgraduate work. Lectureship in Bedford for thirteen years, followed by project work in Dingle, Co. Kerry. Appointed to Trinity College Dublin. Track 2: His impressions of the college, an overview of the Department of Geology and its exemplary teaching standards, his research work and his appointment as Dean of Faculty. Track 3: His involvement in the administration of the college and the convivial atmosphere enjoyed by colleagues in Commons. Track 4: The system of administration in Trinity in the early years of his careerTrack 5: His opinion regarding the practice of rotating the position of Head of DepartmentTrack 6: His experience of research work in the then Soviet Union and China during the Iron Curtain era. Track 7: Anecdotes concerning a number of his contemporaries in college. Track 8: His retirement in 1985, though he retains an office in Trinity, where he works several times weekly.

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Description

Track 1: His background in England and early education. His years in the Royal Air Force during World War II. Graduated with a degree in Geology from Manchester University, continued with postgraduate work. Lectureship in Bedford for thirteen years, followed by project work in Dingle, Co. Kerry. Appointed to Trinity College Dublin. Track 2: His impressions of the college, an overview of the Department of Geology and its exemplary teaching standards, his research work and his appointment as Dean of Faculty. Track 3: His involvement in the administration of the college and the convivial atmosphere enjoyed by colleagues in Commons. Track 4: The system of administration in Trinity in the early years of his careerTrack 5: His opinion regarding the practice of rotating the position of Head of DepartmentTrack 6: His experience of research work in the then Soviet Union and China during the Iron Curtain era. Track 7: Anecdotes concerning a number of his contemporaries in college. Track 8: His retirement in 1985, though he retains an office in Trinity, where he works several times weekly.

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Type:

Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Trinity College, Dublin, Collection

Bitrate:

160

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

9.73 MB, 9.37 MB, 6.81 MB, 5.92 MB, 3.85 MB, 7.37 MB, 10.80 MB, 5.70 MB

Number of files:

8

Product ID:

CDTCD01-16

Subject:

Fellow Emeritus, Professor of Geology

Recorded by:

Maurice O’Keeffe – Irish Life and Lore

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