A Williamstown Institute on Human Relations will be held at Williams College, Williamstown, Mass., in August, 1935, it was announced yesterday at a meeting of the executive committee of the National Conference of Jews and Christians.
The institute, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director of the organization stated, will include round-table discussions of the following topics: What can be learned from the situation in such countries as Mexico, Germany and Canada? What has been accomplished in cooperative programs of religious work on college and university campuses? Building appreciation of program of American cultural groups, and adult community programs to achieve cooperation in citizenship between Jews, Catholics and Protestants.
Short lectures will be offered by faculty members of various universities on four subjects: Historyâ€”background for the study of inter-group relations; Psychologyâ€”group behavior in the light of social psychology; Economicsâ€”criti-