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Tributes to John Hope Franklin : scholar, mentor, father, friend

Author: Beverly Jarrett; John Hope Franklin
Publisher: Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In 1947 John Hope Franklin, then a professor of history at North Carolina College for Negroes, wrote From Slavery to Freedom. Now in its eighth edition, that book, which redefined our understanding of American history, remains the preeminent record of the African American experience. With it and a dozen other books, Franklin has been established as the intellectual father of black studies. Tributes to John Hope  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Festschriften
Biographies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Tributes to John Hope Franklin.
Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003
(OCoLC)607034110
Named Person: John Hope Franklin; John Hope Franklin; John Hope Franklin; John Hope Franklin
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Beverly Jarrett; John Hope Franklin
ISBN: 0826215041 9780826215048
OCLC Number: 52876263
Description: 98 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Race, history, and John Hope Franklin / David Levering Lewis --
The scholarship of John Hope Franklin / George M. Fredrickson --
The scholar as activist / Robert L. Harris, Jr. --
American scholar and public intellectual / Walter B. Hill, Jr. --
Following in the footsteps of John Hope Franklin / Daryl Michael Scott --
The professor as mentor / Genna Rae McNeil --
A perspective from within the family: how my father created the context for my understanding of the African Diaspora / John W. Franklin --
The Black collectivity and the culture of struggle / Darlene Clark Hine --
Continuing mentor / Loren Schweninger --
From slavery to freedom: a work always in progress / Alfred A. Moss, Jr. --
A collage of tributes / Journal of Blacks in Higher Education.
Responsibility: edited by Beverly Jarrett.
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In 1947 John Hope Franklin, then a professor of history at North Caroline College for Negroes, wrote ""From Slavery to Freedom"". This volume focuses on this esteemed scholar's academic achievements,  Read more...

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Franklin\'s dedication to mentoring those who sought his help, as well as providing for his family, is beyond compare. In one essay, John W. Franklin offers an inside view of growing up with John Hope and Aurelia Franklin, detailing the travels and associations that were a part of his experience as their son. Alfred Moss, coauthor of the last three editions of From Slavery to Freedom, shares special images of Franklin as mentor to a young Anglican priest. Genna Rae McNeil shows us the quintessential teacher through the eyes of a passionate young scholar beginning her own voyage into the study of American history. 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