Paul C. Schroeder Papers, 1967-2006 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 26/20/207
Acquired: 12/04/2016. Accrual on 7/7/2017.
Volume: 0.4 cubic feet
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|Room 146 Main Library||"Non-verbal Propaganda" Centennial Course poster|
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Description: Papers of Paul C. Schroeder (B.A. Political Science '68) including correspondence, reprints (ca. 2006), a "Free Speech" computer punch card (1967) and button, and a poster for the "Non-verbal Propaganda" centennial course (1968), relating to Schroeder's time as a student at the University of Illinois, involvement in the Biological Computer Laboratory as a student of Heinz von Foerster, cybernetics, and a cybernetics-informed analysis of the political and social environment in the Champaign-Urbana community for Dean Robert Rogers of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (1971).