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Ingeborg Paulus interview
Ingeberg Paulus, Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology. Dr. Paulus described the personal and professional paths that led her to Western. She discussed studying at the University of London. She talked about her youth in post-war Germany and how she got to Canada. Dr. Paulus discussed her interest in and experience with gender issues. She also discussed her research on border smuggling. She talked about her perceptions of students over her twenty year career at Western. She also talked about her interests and activities after retirement. Dr. Paulus discussed the collegial climate at Western as well as the reduction in force (R.I.F.) in the early 1970s. She discussed the cultural offerings of Western and Bellingham. She also talked about criminology, the Equal Rights Amendment and what made her retire.
Paulus, Ingeborg (interviewee)
Anderson, Kathryn (interviewer)
oral histories (literary works)
Western Washington University Centennial Oral History Project records
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