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Also known as the Musgrave Report, this publication explains the scope of the Afro-American Studies program, lists new courses, and announced its first faculty appointments. Appointments included Dr. Ewart Guinier, Dr. Ephraim Isaac, Mr. Fred Clifton, Dr. Azinna Nwafor, Dr. Orlando Patterson, Professor Richard A. Long, Professor J. Newton Hill, Mr. Hayward Henry, and Mr. Harold R. Washington.
This publication includes a preface by Ewart Guinier and reports on student enrollment and courses in Afro-American Studies during the first academic year of the department.
Nimba (HUF 124.860)
A newsletter published by the Harvard Department of Afro-American Studies.
A report on the history and development of the Afro-American Studies Department including its accomplishments, needs, and future goals.
Harvard-Radcliffe handbook for black freshmen (HUD 3125.171)
A handbook of information and tips on academic life and extracurricular activities at Harvard published for black students by the Harvard-Radcliffe Afro-American Cultural Center. Includes descriptions of black student groups and a directory of shops, restaurants, and churches.
Harvard journal of Negro affairs, 1965-1968 (HUD 3125.2650)
Journal published by the Association of African and Afro-American Students at Harvard and Radcliffe. Later continued as the Harvard journal of Afro-American affairs.
Harvard journal of Afro-American affairs, 1971 (HUD 3125.2650)
Journal published by the Association of African and Afro-American Students at Harvard and Radcliffe. Originally published as the Harvard journal of Negro affairs.