|Title: ||Recording of Interview with Carol Berry|
|Authors: ||Berry, Carol|
|Keywords: ||United States -- Emigration and immigration ; Youth at risk ; Art|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Series/Report no.: ||Henri Nouwen Oral History Project fonds - Interviews - Interview with Carol Berry - 2.2.|
|Abstract: ||Item consists of one cassette (SR2008 01 16 06) of an interview with Carol Berry, conducted by Elisabeth Pozzi-Thanner on May 21, 2006 in Toronto, Canada. Berry recounts experiences with Nouwen at Yale Divinity School when she audited his 'Compassion' class on Vincent van Gogh. After Nouwen's death Sue Mosteller, Literary Executrix of the Henry Nouwen Society, gave Berry Nouwen's van Gogh lecture notes which she has incorporated in her work since and discusses their influence in depth in the interview. Themes present in Berry's interview include immigration to the United States, outreach ministry, Vincent van Gogh, teaching at risk youth and adults, art as a language and the power of creativity and expression.|
|Description: ||Berry is an elementary and high school teacher. Berry met Nouwen at Yale Divinity School when her husband, Steve Berry, took Nouwen's 'Compassion' class and subsequently developed a lifelong friendship with him.|
1 audio cassette (1 hr., 32 mins.)
Title based on contents of the item. ; The interview has been transcribed and is available electronically or in hard copy. ; The audio cassettes have been removed from the file and rehoused in audio cassettes box 10. ; Reference copies of audio cassettes are available (located with originals). ; Digitized January 26, 2011.
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|Rights: ||This material is available for research purposes only. For publication or distribution enquiries please contact the Special Collections and Archives, the University of St. Michael's College http://www.utoronto.ca/stmikes/kelly/special_collections/index.html.|
|Appears in Collections:||Henri Nouwen Oral History Project fonds – Interviews|