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|Named Person:||Charles Francis Adams; Martin B Duberman; James Russell Lowell; Paul Robeson; Edward Sagarin|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin B Duberman; Edward L Bernays; Fawn McKay Brodie; L H Butterfield; Richard D Challener; David Brion Davis; David Herbert Donald; Leon Edel; Larry Gara; Frank Otto Gatell; Eugene D Genovese; Oscar Handlin; James Leo Herlihy; Richard Hofstadter; John Caldwell Holt; Peter W Janney; Christopher Lasch; L Jesse Lemisch; Staughton Lynd; James M McPherson; Robert Middlekauff; Pauli Murray; R R Palmer; David Morris Potter; Willie Lee Rose; Louis Ruchames; Arthur M Schlesinger, Jr.; Lawrence Stone; Edward Sullivan; John William Ward; Alfred F Young; Howard Zinn
|Description:||41 linear feet.|
The materials most heavily reflect his career as an academic historian. There is correspondence with students, colleagues, publishers, journals and libraries, as well as syllabi and lecture notes, and materials documenting his experimental seminars on American radicalism. Much of the material reflects the intellectual and social ferment at the universities during the 1960s. Beginning in 1973 with the publication of his book, Black Mountain, in which Duberman came out publically as a homosexual, the papers reflect Duberman's position as a spokesman for the gay rights movement and his research interest in the history of human sexuality.
- Adams, Charles Francis, -- 1807-1886.
- Duberman, Martin B.
- Lowell, James Russell, -- 1819-1891.
- Robeson, Paul, -- 1898-1976.
- Sagarin, Edward, -- 1913-1986.
- Black Mountain College (Black Mountain, N.C.) -- History.
- Harvard University -- Students.
- Princeton University -- Faculty.
- Yale University -- Faculty.
- American drama.
- American literature -- 20th century.
- Civil rights movements.
- Gay liberation movement -- History.
- History -- Study and teaching.
- Homosexuality -- History.
- Race relations.
- Slavery -- United States.
- Stonewall Riots, New York, N.Y., 1969.
- United States -- History -- Study and teaching (Higher)