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David Spearman, b.1937 (Recording I)

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Track 1: His Dublin background and his early education. His entry to Trinity in 1954 with a scholarship to study mathematics and science. Track 2: His perception of college life as an undergraduate, and his study of Mathematics and Experimental Physics. Track 3: His study for his PhD at Cambridge, until 1961Track 4: The following years as a Research Fellow in other academic institutions in Europe and America. His two years as Lecturer in Theoretical Physics at the University of Durham, until 1966. Track 5: His appointment to the position of Professor of Natural Philosophy at Trinity College in 1966Track 6: His involvement in the debate about the proposed merger of Trinity College and UCD, and the strong divisions this proposal brought about. Track 7: University politics and his dealings with the HEATrack 8: The role of Bursar which he undertook from 1974-1977. Track 9: The impact of student protests and the situation in Northern Irelan.

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Description

Track 1: His Dublin background and his early education. His entry to Trinity in 1954 with a scholarship to study mathematics and science. Track 2: His perception of college life as an undergraduate, and his study of Mathematics and Experimental Physics. Track 3: His study for his PhD at Cambridge, until 1961Track 4: The following years as a Research Fellow in other academic institutions in Europe and America. His two years as Lecturer in Theoretical Physics at the University of Durham, until 1966. Track 5: His appointment to the position of Professor of Natural Philosophy at Trinity College in 1966Track 6: His involvement in the debate about the proposed merger of Trinity College and UCD, and the strong divisions this proposal brought about. Track 7: University politics and his dealings with the HEATrack 8: The role of Bursar which he undertook from 1974-1977. Track 9: The impact of student protests and the situation in Northern Irelan.

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Type:

Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Trinity College, Dublin, Collection

Bitrate:

160

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

5.24 MB, 14.89 MB, 8.99 MB, 12.25 MB, 11.21 MB, 7.31 MB, 6.87 MB, 8.17 MB, 4.11 MB

Number of files:

6

Product ID:

CDTCD01-27

Subject:

Fellow Emeritus, University Professor of Natural Philosophy, Vice-Provost

Recorded by:

Maurice O’Keeffe – Irish Life and Lore

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