Interviews with Lorna Wanosts’a7 Williams and Reuven Feuerstein Public

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Audio cassette consists of an interview with Reuven Feuerstein in Jerusalem on side A, and an interview with Lorna Wanosts’a7 Williams in Israel on side B. On side A, Feuerstein discusses the events leading up to the establishment of the International Center for the Enhancement of Learning Potential (ICELP), including the establishment of the Hadassah-WIZO Canada Research Institute; as well as other initiatives. On side B, Wanosts’a7 recounts her experiences and memories associated with Israel; the effects of alcohol and apathy on the sense of community in Mount Currie; the parallels she sees in the struggles for survival between the people having to rebuild community, culture, and language in Israel and the Lil̓wat7úl on the reserves in Mount Currie; and traditional “transformation” stories, particularly those associated with the coyote, and the nature of the language used to tell and pass down these stories.

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Creator Contributor Subject Language Identifier
  • Audio cassette: AC01
Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 01:17:20
Alternative title
  • A: Ami and Reuven in Jerusalem Forest. R. recounts events leading to Int’l Centre.; B: Lorna talks about Independence hall, early memories of Israel, survival, language.
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 31.5, 34.75
  • 50.31667, -122.71667
  • 31.76904, 35.21633
Additional physical characteristics
  • 1 audio cassette : analog, stereo
Physical repository Collection
  • Lorna Wánosts’a7 Williams Face to Face Media Collection
Provider Sponsor
  • Digitized in collaboration with the Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Genre Archival item identifier
  • Accession Number: 2017-057, Item: 2017-057-008-001
Fonds title Fonds identifier Is referenced by Technical note
  • A transcript of side B were created by Face to Face Media for use during post-production and have been provided unedited.Digitized by the The MediaPreserve. Metadata by Matt Innes.
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  • This material is made available on this site for research and private study only.
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