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Box 2, Folder 76: Toward a Rationale of Afro-American Studies at Princeton University (by Princeton's AASP staff), c. 1971-1972

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Creator:Duke University. Department of African and African American Studies
Title:Box 2, Folder 76: Toward a Rationale of Afro-American Studies at Princeton University (by Princeton's AASP staff), c. 1971-1972
Date:1971-1972
Description:

Reports and correspondence pertaining to the rationale of Afro-American Studies program, the reappointment of the executive secretary of the program, and the hiring of African American faculty at Princeton University

Types:Text
Subjects:African Americans--Study and teaching | Blacks--Study and teaching | Princeton University--Administration | Princeton University--History | Race relations | Princeton (N.J.)--Race relations | College teachers--Recruiting | African American college teachers--Recruiting | United States, New Jersey, Princeton | United States, New Jersey, Mercer County
Collection:Department of African and African American studies records, 1966-1981
Institution:Duke University Libraries
Contributors:David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Original Material:

Department of African and African American Studies records, 1966-1981, Department of African and African American Studies Records, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

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Persistent Link to Item:http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/uaafro/#daams02076