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Diaries of a prolific professor : undergraduate research from the James Haskins Manuscript Collection

Author: Stephanie Y Evans; Sharon D Wright Austin; James Haskins Manuscript Collection.; George A. Smathers Libraries.; University of Florida. African-American Studies Program.
Publisher: [Gainesville, Fla.] : University of Florida Libraries ; UF African American Studies Program, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Document : State or province government publication   Computer File : English
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Named Person: James Haskins
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Y Evans; Sharon D Wright Austin; James Haskins Manuscript Collection.; George A. Smathers Libraries.; University of Florida. African-American Studies Program.
ISBN: 9781616101596 1616101598
OCLC Number: 847220726
Notes: "December 2011."
"A joint publication of the University of Florida Libraries & the UF African American Studies Program."
Description: 56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Preface / Kathy Benson --
Faculty foreword: Mapping the Haskins legacy and an imperative to train young scholars: race, region, and undergraduate research / Stephanie Y. Evans --
Archivist notes: James S. Haskins and the special collections at the University of Florida / Jana Ronan, Flo Turcotte, Carl Van Ness --
Director's introduction: Continuing a legacy and growing a partnership / Sharon D. Wright Austin --
Student papers: Jim Haskins and the challenges of preserving black culture / Angela Thorpe --
Tracing trends in mid-twentieth century African-American children's literature: the legacy of James Haskins, 1969-2009 / Jeannette Pepin --
Dancing the grit and glitter, through the humanizing lens of James Haskins: an analysis of black body image and implications for black youth / Yoldine Valery --
"I am black, I am a woman, and yes I am a politician": double consciousness in two of Haskins' political biographies / Teshara Burton.
Other Titles: Undergraduate research from the James Haskins Manuscript Collection
Responsibility: edited by Stephanie Y. Evans & Sharon D. Wright Austin.

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