Frank Warren Oral History
Scope and Contents
In this interview, Dr. Warren talks about choosing to teach at Queens College instead of Ohio State, and about the changing composition of the student body in the campus through the years that he had been teaching and how the changes reflect the diversity of Queens.
- Warren, Frank (Interviewee, Person)
This oral history is open for research. Media files and transcript can be viewed and/or requested through the Queens Memory Project on Aviary: https://queenslibrary.aviaryplatform.com/collections/150/collection_resources/28774/file/96279. For help using the site, contact QC.Archives@qc.cuny.edu.
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Interview shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). Users are free to share or adapt the material for non-commercial purposes, as long as they meet the terms of the license. See license details at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/.
Frank Warren joined the Queens College Department of History in 1962. He retired in 2012 after serving for 50 years. His books include Liberals and Communism: The Red Decade Revisited (1966), An Alternative Vision: The Socialist Party in the 1930s (1974), and Noble Abstractions: American Liberal Intellectuals and World War II (1999). He also co-edited The New Deal: An Anthology (1968) with Michael Wreszin.
1 Digital Files ; Duration: 01:25:31
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Donated to Queens College and Queens Public Library by Dr. Frank Warren and Santiago Lozada in May, 2016.
Oral history conducted as part of the Queens Memory Project (http://queensmemory.org), a collaborative program of the Queens Public Library and Queens College to collect stories, images, and other evidence of life in the borough of Queens.
- Frank Warren Oral History
- Patricia Reguyal
- August 2020
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