Archive for Interviews

“The Afghanistan Papers”

America’s longest war has been fought under the umbrella of misstatements and false reports. Such are the conclusions of The Afghanistan Papers, a trove of previously undisclosed interviews (more than 400) comprising thousands of pages. The frankness of these documents reveals the bitterness and resentment of many officials who have damned successive administrations for their involvement in this conflict, misleading the American public over the progress of this war.

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Interviews with Dr Dorothy Denning

Since the Professional Security Studies department houses the Dr. Dorothy E. Denning Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, now would be a good time to direct you to two recent interviews with her: an oral history interview from the University of Minnesota (2013), and this 2018 oral history interview housed at the Naval Postgraduate School.

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Historian Robert Caro and Doing Research in the Digital Age

This is an enlightening interview of interest to anyone who does historical research.

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Book Lovers Discuss Their Collections

A point of transparency here РI label myself a book lover; my collection is north of 8,000 volumes. This delightful piece in The Washington Post interviews several people, including the Librarian of Congress, on their collections and their attitudes to the tomes they possess.

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Stan Lee: Interviews and Presentations

This is only a small smattering of the vast amount of material available on this prolific creator.

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A Recent Interview With Congressman Frank J Guarini

This interview appeared in the online edition of The Jersey Journal, November 20, 2017. NJCU’s library is named after him because of his very¬†generous donation to the University.

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Interviews with Ishiguro Kazuo, the 2017 Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature

Interviews with this author can be found at NPR, several are in this book, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, and YouTube to name a few.

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