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The Larry Katz collection, 1980-2005 consists of interviews recorded on audiocassettes conducted by Larry Katz, a reporter, critic, columnist and editor at Real Paper (1980-1981), The Boston Herald (1981-2011) and the resulting publications.
These sources explore the history of desegregation in Boston beginning with the Brown v. Board of Education decision in 1954 through to the Morgan v. Hennigan case in 1974.
Digitized versions of The Phoenix's author index, audio files from WFNX, and PDF issues of El Planeta, 2008-2012; The Phoenix, 2012-2013; The Portland Phoenix, 2013-2014; The Providence Phoenix, 2013-2014; and Stuff Magazine, 2012.
The PONS test is a multi-channel test of accuracy in decoding affective nonverbal cues (face, body, and voice tone), developed by Rosenthal, Hall, DiMatteo, Rogers, and Archer (1979).
What's New is an exploration of new ideas and discoveries from Northeastern University Libraries. Hosted Dan Cohen, Dean of Libraries and Vice Provost of Information Collaboration. Includes audio transcripts.