Interviewee

Dennis Stamper

Interviewer

Michelle Dubert-Bellrichard

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Abstract

In his January 12, 2015 interview with Michelle Dubert-Bellrichard, Dennis Stamper shares his memories of being one of the first male, day students from 1969-1972. Stamper details his studies and professors from the Philosophy and Religion Department, as well as the Psychology Department. Stamper includes his perception of the atmosphere at Winthrop during a time of great change in the country, and how that experience coupled with his work in the Wesley Foundation and the influence he received from professors paved the way for he currently lives his life. Stamper concludes his interview detailing his studies and careers after Winthrop. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections Oral History Program.

Publication Date

1-12-2015

Unique Identifier

OH 127

Format

MP3

Length

1 hour, 11 minutes

Restrictions

This interview is open for use.

Series

Alumni, Coeducation

Keywords

Male Day Student, Vietnam War, Religion, Protests, Social Movements, Wesley Foundation, Social Work, Volunteering, Latin America, Hospital Chaplain, Dr. Murdy, Dr. Jacobson, Psychology, Lab

Disciplines

Oral History

Interview with Dennis Stamper

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