Peck, Rich (Associate Professor Emeritus of International Affairs 1974 - 2008)

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Peck, Rich (Associate Professor Emeritus of International Affairs 1974 - 2008)

Subject

Oral History

Description

Rich Peck worked as an Associate Professor of International Affairs at Lewis and Clark from 1974 until 2008. Before this, he attended graduate school at Yale and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California Berkeley. While at Lewis and Clark, Professor Peck was primarily involved with teaching courses on Africa and Southeast Asia. It was during this time that he helped the LC study abroad program expand into East Africa. He led students on trips where they studied African culture and Swahili in Nairobi and other areas in Kenya. Professor Peck still lives close to the Lewis and Clark College campus and he has remained involved with the school by hosting foreign exchange students for the past several years.

Oral history interview of Lewis & Clark Professor Rich Peck, conducted by John Hanton on October 16, 2014. History Department, Fall Semester, 2014.

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Lewis & Clark College

Date

October 16, 2014

Format

PDF

Type

Text

Language

English

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Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

John Hanton

Interviewee

Rich Peck

Location

Watzek Library

Original Format

Audio recording

Duration

01:09:31
http://digitalcollections.lclark.edu/files/original/02beb9fa3d9bcd6ba69c5444bfef0fbd.pdf | http://digitalcollections.lclark.edu/files/original/15e690475fbcc89441366cdba69e156e.mp3