Reflections in Time: Interview with Elton Carter, 1989

In May of 1989, Elton Carter, retired University of Nebraska at OmahaDean (1966-1975) of Graduate Studies and Professor (1975-1989) of Communication, was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor Elton Carterwas born in Maine. He received a B.A. (1941)from the University of Maine, an M.A. (1947)from Indiana State University, and a Ph.D. (1950) from Northwestern University. Professor Carter was a member of the Institute of General Semantics, the International Society for General Semantics, the Speech Communication Association, the International Communication Association, and Phi Betta Kappa. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/i2qm-Na8ZUE, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:55:12
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Abstract/Description: In May of 1989, Elton Carter, retired University of Nebraska at OmahaDean (1966-1975) of Graduate Studies and Professor (1975-1989) of Communication, was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor Elton Carterwas born in Maine. He received a B.A. (1941)from the University of Maine, an M.A. (1947)from Indiana State University, and a Ph.D. (1950) from Northwestern University. Professor Carter was a member of the Institute of General Semantics, the International Society for General Semantics, the Speech Communication Association, the International Communication Association, and Phi Betta Kappa. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/i2qm-Na8ZUE
Subject(s): Carter, Elton S.
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 1989

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