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Inclusive scholarship : developing Black studies in the United States : a 25th anniversary retrospective of Ford Foundation grant making, 1982-2007

Author: Farah Jasmine Griffin
Publisher: New York, NY : Ford Foundation, 2007.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Farah Jasmine Griffin
ISBN: 9780916584573 0916584577
OCLC Number: 213433907
Description: xxiv, 263 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface / Alison R. Bernstein, Janice Petrovich, Margaret Wilkerson --
Introduction (2006) / Farah Jasmine Griffin --
pt. 1. The American university in crisis and transition : the Huggins Report --
Afro-American studies : a report to the Ford Foundation (1982, 1985) / Nathan I. Huggins --
pt. 2. African American studies from implementation to institutionalization : the Harris, Hine, McKay Report --
Three essays : Black studies in the United States report to the Ford Foundation (1990) / Robert L. Harris, Jr., Darlene Clark Hine, and Nellie McKay --
pt. 3. Funding change : the O'Meally, Smith Report --
Evaluation of Ford-funded African American studies departments, centers, and institutes (1994) / Robert G. O'Meally and Valerie Smith --
pt. 4. A changing political context : the Pinderhughes, Yarborough Report --
A review of Ford Foundation-funded African American studies programs (2000) / Dianne M. Pinderhughes and Richard Yarborough --
pt. 5. Epilogue : continuing challenges (2006) / Farah Jasmine Griffin --
Appendix A: Black studies programs funded by the Ford Foundation.
Responsibility: with introduction and commentary by Farah Jasmine Griffin.

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