• Creator
  • ?, Fred
  • Created Date
  • 1949
  • Description
  • Ralph Gundlach received his BA in political science (1924) and MA in psychology (1925) degrees from the University of Washington; he received his PhD in psychology from the University of Illinois in 1928. He taught psychology at the University of Washington from 1927 until his dismissal in 1949. Professor Gundlach’s career was shrouded in controversy, especially concerning the Canwell Committee and the resulting Faculty Committee on Tenure and... more
    Ralph Gundlach received his BA in political science (1924) and MA in psychology (1925) degrees from the University of Washington; he received his PhD in psychology from the University of Illinois in 1928. He taught psychology at the University of Washington from 1927 until his dismissal in 1949. Professor Gundlach’s career was shrouded in controversy, especially concerning the Canwell Committee and the resulting Faculty Committee on Tenure and Academic Freedom. He was fired with two other university professors, Butterworth and Philips. He was also held in contempt by the Canwell Committee, fined $250 and spent thirty days in jail. He passed in 1978 in London. Melvin Rader was a University of Washington professor of philosophy and gained notoriety in the late 1940s when he was accused of being a Communist by Washington State's Joint Legislative Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities (also known as the Canwell Committee.) Rader, with the help of Seattle Times reporter... less
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