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    • Hersch, Jay - Oral History Interview 

      Hersch, Jay (2010-11-01)
      Jay Hersch ’68 was at the University of Wisconsin from 1960 to 1964. After graduating from Wisconsin, he applied to Law School at North Western and graduated school in Agronomy at the University of Wisconsin, though he ...
    • Hollick, Ann - Oral History Interview 

      Hollick, Ann (2010-12-01)
      What originally brought Dr. Hollick to SAIS was the statement by John F. Kennedy, “Think what you can do for your country”. She was at Berkeley majoring in 16th century English literature planning to become a professor ...
    • Hubbard, Elizabeth - Oral History Interview 

      Hubbard, Elizabeth (2009-11-08)
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    • Huey, Talbott - Oral History Interview 

      Huey, Talbott (2011-04-01)
      Mr. Huey was drawn to SAIS because it represented the culmination of the transformation of where he was headed. In college, he had no conception of anything dealing with international relations or politics or history. ...
    • Hummel, Betty Lou - Oral History Interview 

      Hummel, Betty Lou (2009-10-16)
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    • Jelinek, Vera - Oral History Interview 

      Jelinek, Vera (2009-11-09)
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    • Jenkins, Alton - Oral History Interview 

      Jenkins, Alton (2010-11)
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    • Kirk, Roger - Oral History Interview 

      Kirk, Roger (2011-04-01)
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    • Kurzman, Harold--Oral History Interview 

      Kurzman, Harold (2012-06-08)
      Kurzman was a graduate of Haverford College in political science and economics and there, he was learned that after graduated, he would be particularly interested in focusing on international relations. At that time, he ...
    • Leonard, Graham - Oral History Interview 

      Leonard, Graham (2011-02-01)
      Before coming to SAIS, Dr. Leonard was a self-proclaimed east Tennessee hillbilly from Kingsport, Tennessee going to the University of Tennessee. During that time, he says the most important person was Ghandi and he wanted ...
    • Liska, George - Oral History Interview 

      Liska, George (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-12-13)
      George Liska came to SAIS after leaving the University of Chicago and Wesleyan University, as a professor. He came to Johns Hopkins at the invitation and with the persuasion of Robert W. Tucker (then, full professor at ...
    • Martin, Douglas - Oral History Interview 

      Martin, Douglas (2011-04-01)
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    • McIntyre Parker, Mary Lee Lincoln - Oral History Interview 

      McIntyre Parker, Mary Lee Lincoln (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-10-1)
      Mary Lee Lincoln McIntyre Parker, B56, 57 spent her career in public service working with the US Atomic Energy Commission (now the Nuclear Regulatory Commission), later moving to India and Pakistan with her foreign service ...
    • Miller, Hope Simon - Oral History Interview 

      Miller, Hope Simon (2010-04-01)
      What originally brought Hope Simon Miller to SAIS was seeing an ad in the New York Times that said that this new school was being formed with money from big business as well as government funds and as it sounded like a ...
    • Mills, Scott - Oral History Interview 

      Mills, Scott (2011-02-01)
      After three years in the Navy, Mr. Mills came back to Grinnell College in Iowa for his senior year of college. When he was in the last weeks before graduation, he looked in the administrative office and saw a poster for ...
    • Montegue, Joel - Oral History Interview 

      Montegue, Joel (2010-9)
      Joel Montague ’60 is a retired public health officer who has worked abroad in many countries, including French Indochina. He represented John Snow Research and Training in Phnom Penh from 1991-1996, and had numerous ...
    • Murphy, Dick - Oral History Interview 

      Murphy, Dick (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2011-1-20)
      Richard W. (Dick) Murphy ‘58 graduated from Yale in 1954 as a history major. While he was at Yale, he became interested in Asia, largely through two courses: Government and Politics in China and Japan and Chinese History. ...
    • Murphy, Ludmilla - Oral History Interview 

      Murphy, Ludmilla (2011-1-20)
      Ludmilla Ksensenko (Luda) Murphy B’60, ’61 earned a degree in economics from the University of Connecticut, and upon graduating, won a full fellowship to study at SAIS undertaking her first year at the Bologna Center and ...
    • Oglesby, Sam - Oral History Interview 

      Oblesby, Sam (2011-04-01)
      Sitting in his kitchen in the South Bronx of New York City, Sam Oglesby explained that he had always thought about going to graduate school, ever since his undergraduate experience at the University of Virginia. As his ...
    • Palmer, Roy - Oral History Interview 

      Palmer, Roy (2009-10-30)
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