Oral History Interview with Hoyt Alverson

Title
Oral History Interview with Hoyt Alverson
Narrator (written)
Hoyt Alverson
Narrator First Name
Hoyt
Narrator Last Name
Alverson
Interviewer
Hannah Solomon
Abstract
Hoyt S. Alverson, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Dartmouth College. Oral history interview documenting his experience of the anti-war movement at Dartmouth during the Vietnam War. Alverson describes his early life, including undergraduate studies at George Washington University, graduate studies at Yale University, and graduate research in South Africa. He discusses anti-war initiatives at Dartmouth, including the student occupation of Parkhurst Hall in 1969, as well as the back-to-the-land movement.
Date of Interview
August 20, 2015
Subject
Protest/Antiwar Activism
Dartmouth Faculty
Dartmouth History
Political Participation
Language
English
Rights
CC-BY-NC-ND-4.0
Interview Audio Source (MP3)
//rcweb.dartmouth.edu/DDHI/histories/alverson_hoyt/alverson_hoyt.mp3
Interview Transcript Source (PDF)
https://rcweb.dartmouth.edu/DDHI/histories/alverson_hoyt/alverson_hoyt_transcript_final.pdf
HTML
https://rcweb.dartmouth.edu/DDHI/histories/alverson_hoyt/alverson_hoyt_transcript_final.html

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