[Dissertation Conference]

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Adair, Dr. Thelma, Conference on Dissertation (NYC)


Thelma Adair

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Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection

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In a one on one discussion, Dr. Thelma Adair talks about the dissertation draft of an unidentified female. In the discussion, the two discuss improving the dissertation in several areas including definitional terminology. The audio also includes the singing of happy birthday to Ella Mitchell and another unidentified female singing a solo.

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00:00:06 Unidentified woman and man talk and sing happy birthday song to Ella Mitchell.

00:00:39 Unidentified woman sings a solo.

00:13:55 Dr. Adair and an unidentified woman discuss her dissertation.

00:18:05 They talk about the dissertation draft with potential areas for its improvement including defining terms.

00:29:07 Dr. Adair talks about how the dissertation case may be overstated.

00:49:20 Audio ends.


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