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Patricia Goedicke retired from the University of Montana in 2003. As one of her last acts as professor, she gave a commencement speech in which she elaborated upon the importance of the imagination in understanding each other and the world we live in. These materials may be found in Mss 739, Series IV, Commencement speech, 2003.
Patricia Goedicke; American literature--21st century; Creative writing (Higher education)
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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Patricia Goedicke and Leonard Wallace Robinson Papers, Mss 739
Series IV: Teaching Files, circa 1965-2003
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Goedicke, Patricia, "2003 commencement speech to the University of Montana" (2003). Patricia Goedicke and Leonard Wallace Robinson Papers. Series IV: Teaching Files, circa 1965-2003. University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library. Book 17.