Richard Cándida Smith
Art and Jackie Goldberg
Larry Heilman [in process]
Dutch [Edith] Key
Wilson Carey McWilliams
Lee Schipper [in process]
Peter Dale Scott
William and Ellen Sewell
Photo of Committee on Campus Political Activity (CCPA) meeting. Left to right: Sid Stapleton, Suzanne Goldberg, Bettina Aptheker, Mario Savio, and Charles Powell, November 7, 1964
Photo of Arrested students being loaded into sherriff's bus before being taken to jail. December 3, 1964
Photo of Art Goldberg and others on car November 1, 1964
Photo of Bettina Aptheker, Art Goldberg and others on stage at Greek Theater. December 7, 1964
Photo of Girl student being booked on campus before being taken to jail. December 3, 1964
Related ROHO Interviews
Many of ROHO's interviews--especially in University History--include discussion of the Free Speech Movement. Here are some select related ROHO interviews.
Delmer M. Brown
Professor of Japanese history at the University of California, Berkeley, 1946-1977. 2000, 410 pp.
Earl F. Cheit (1926-2014)
Professor, Vice Chancellor, Dean, Vice President, Athletic Director, Advisor, Trustee. University of California, 1957-2002, 2002, ix, 485 pp.
Versatile Berkeley Botanist: Plant Taxonomy and University Governance. 1987, 362 pp.
I. Michael Heyman (1930-2011)
Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Professor of Law, UC Berkeley; and Secretary, The Smithsonian Institution. 2004, 248 pp.
Roger W. Heyns
Berkeley Chancellor, 1965-1971: The University in a Turbulent Society. 1987, 180 pp.
Judge D. Lowell Jensen
A Life Dedicated to the Administration of Justice and Legal Reform. 2009, 740 pp.
Historian of American Culture Professor at Berkeley, 1992-1994. 2014, 479 pp.
Historian of the American People and the African American Experience, Professor at Berkeley, 1964-2007. 2014, 335 pp.
Martin Edward Malia
Historian of Russian and European Intellectual History, 2005. 239 pp.
Henry F. May
Professor of American Intellectual History, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-1980. 1999, 218 pp.
The Loyalty Oath, The Free Speech Movement, and Education Reforms at the University of California, Berkeley. 2004, 125 pp.
UC Berkeley Professor of Molecular Biology: On the Loyalty Oath Controversy, The Free Speech Movement, and Freedom in Scientific Research. 2007, 182 pp.
Carl E. Schorske
Intellectual Life, Civil Libertarian Issues, and the Student Movement at the University of California, Berkeley, 1960-1969. 2000, 203 pp.
Alex C. Sherriffs "Education Advisor to Ronald Reagan and State University Administrator, 1969-1982." from The Governor's Office and Public Information, Education, and Planning, 1967-1974.
Distinguished Sociologist, University Professor and Servant to the Public. 2013, 796 pp.
Kenneth M. Stampp
Historian of Slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, University of California, Berkeley, 1946-1983. 1998, 313 pp.
Edward R. Strong (1901-1990)
Philosopher, Professor, and Berkeley Chancellor, 1961-1965. 1992, 530 pp.
Katherine A. Towle
Administration and Leadership. 1970, 369 pp.
Philosopher, Professor, Educator. 2012, 307 pp.
Teaching, Research and Administration, University of California, 1925-1968. 1976, 259 pp.
Dean of Students Arleigh Williams: The Free Speech Movement and the Six Years' War, 1964-1970. 1990, 329 pp.