ERIC Number: ED073200
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Ethnic and Minority Studies Review. Volume 1, Number 1.
Lederer, Norman, Ed.; Copps, Jane, Ed.
Ethnic and Minority Studies Review, v1 n1 Fall-Win 1972-1973
This document is the first issue of the University of Wisconsin System "Ethnic and Minority Studies Review," which represents an effort to bring to the attention of the people of Wisconsin and elsewhere an awareness of the work that is being done in the area of ethnic and minority and women's studies, especially within Wisconsin, along with reviews of books dealing with these subjects to aid faculty and laypersons in their efforts to keep abreast of the multitude of publications in these studies. Contents include the following articles: "The Angry Chicano," A.R. Sunseri; "Immigrant studies at Oshkosh," A.W. Andersen; "A multidisciplinary approach to ethnic and minority studies," D. Martin; "Recent works in native American studies: a review essay," G. Sieber; "Racial policies in American industry: a review essay," J.D. Norris; and "Eighteenth century slavery in the British colonies: a review essay," W.M. Wiecek. Twenty books are reviewed, dealing with such topics as the life of Henry Wilson, the oratory of twentieth century Negro leaders, the Maryland Germans, the diary of William Johnson, letters from Negro soldiers, 1898-1902, scientific attitudes of racial inferiority, 1859-1900, racism in California, the abolitionist tradition, the demography of Boston, 1830-1860, the Germans of Nebraska, and other topics. (Author/JM)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Stevens Point. Ethnic and Minority Studies Center.