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Berkeley Writers at Work

Berkeley Writers at Work: David Kirp, March 31, 2004 David Kirp, Berkeley professor of Public Policy, is interviewed by College Writing Program lecturer, John Levine. Kirp discusses his writing process and answers questions from the audience. View it with RealPlayer Berkeley Writers at Work: Linda Williams, March 4, 2003. Linda Williams, author an director of the UCB Film Studies Program, reads from her works, discusses her writing process and answers questions from the audience. 73 min. View it with RealPlayer Berkeley Writers at Work: Robert Hass, December 12, 2002.Robert Hass who was appointed Poet Laureate in 1995, reads from his works and is interviewed by Kaya Oak about his writing process and answers questions from the audience. Taped on sight by the Educational Television Office, University of California, Berkeley. This event took place on December 12, 2002 at the University of California, Berkeley Main Library in the Morrison Room. 64 min. View it with RealPlayer Berkeley Writers at Work: Leon F. Litwack, March 12, 2002. Author Leon Litwack reads from his works and discusses his writing process, followed by an interview with Maggie Sokolik and questions from the audience. 81 min. Berkeley Writers at Work: Timothy Ferris, October 18, 2001. Author Timothy Ferris reads from his works and discusses his writing process, followed by an interview by Steve Tollefson and questions from the audience. 78 min. Berkeley Writers at Work: Orville Schell, Fall 2000. A brief lecture by professor and author Orville Schell followed by an interview in which he discusses his writing process. 80 min Berkeley Writers at Work: Bharati Mukherjee, March 13, 2000. A brief lecture by professor and author Bharati Mukherjee followed by an interview in which she discusses her writing process. 80 min Berkeley Writers at Work: Adam and Arlie Hochschild, April 11, 2001. Authors Adam and Arlie Hochschild read from their works and discuss their writing process, followed by an interview with Maggie Sokolik and questions from the audience. 78 min. Berkeley Writers at Work: Alan Dundes, Fall 1999. A brief lecture by professor and author Alan Dundes of the Department of Anthropology, UCB, followed by an interview in which he discusses his writings in folklore and answers questions from the student audience. Berkeley Writers at Work: Frederick Crews, October 6, 1998. brief lecture by professor and author Frederick Crews followed by an interview in which he discusses his writing process and answers questions from the student audience. 79 min. Berkeley Writers at Work: Nancy Scheper-Hughes, Spring 1998. A brief lecture by professor and author Nancy Scheper-Hughes followed by an interview in which she discusses her writing process and insights she has gleaned from research on mental illness, concluding with questions from the student audience. 70 min. Berkeley Writers at Work: Robin Tolmach Lakoff, Fall 1997. A brief lecture by professor and author Robin Tolmach Lakoff followed by an interview in which she discusses her writing process and answers questions from the student audience. 70 min. Berkeley Writers at Work: Ron Takaki, Spring 1997. A brief lecture by professor and author Ron Takaki, followed by an interview in which he discusses his writing process and his insights on the "hidden history" of minorities in America, followed by questions from the student audience. 79 min.