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ERIC Number: ED051767
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-Feb-5
Pages: 18
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Workshop on the Incorporation of Materials about the Negro in the Curriculum of the Liberal Arts College, August 4 -- August 15, 1969.
Redd, George N.
The purpose of this workshop was to acquaint social science and humanities teachers in small liberal art colleges with available materials about the Negro in American life, and the several approaches for incorporating these materials within the curriculum of the liberal arts college. This report lists the 32 participants and discusses: (1) the program of studies; (2) the workshop staff; (3) Fisk University resources in Negro life and culture; (4) the group reports which dealt with: (a) a selected bibliography for the study of the Harlem Renaissance; (b) an outline for a course in Afro-American history; (c) criteria for revision and addition of courses in Negro culture in the liberal arts curriculum; and (d) criteria for developing programs of black studies; (5) the attempts that were made to realize the objectives of the workshop and some of the positive and negative aspects of the project; and (6) some of the steps the participants decided should be taken as a result of the workshop. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Fisk Univ., Nashville, TN.