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Abstract The collection contains correspondence and personal papers relating to the academic research, teachings, and career of Roland John Jackson. Jackson was a professor at Claremont Graduate School (CGS) from 1970 to 1994. During the 1980s, Jackson contributed to expanding the graduate music curriculum and organizing three new doctoral programs. In 1988, Jackson founded the scholarly journal Performance Practice Review and was editor until 1997. Jackson was an active...
Dates: 1943 - 2015
Abstract Writings, correspondence, newspaper and periodical clippings, legal papers, audio- and videotapes, and graphic materials relating to the life and career of Darlene Nicgorski, a leader in the Sanctuary movement for Central American refugees in the United States in the early 1980s, and a defendant in the Arizona Sanctuary Trial of 1985-1986. The materials focus in particular on her involvement in the Sanctuary Movement, 1981-1987, her defense in the Sanctuary Trial, and her relations with the...
Dates: circa 1968-2011.; Majority of material found within 1980 - 1987
Abstract Emeritus Professor of Economics (Claremont Graduate School, Ph. D., 1971), William Brand Simpson served as Special Agent in the Counter Intelligence Corps, U.S. Army during World War II, mainly in the Philippines and Japan. The manuscript and published materials contained within this collection were collected and assembled by Simpson and consist of newspapers, periodicals, correspondence, maps, military documents, including declassified items, and a variety of publications - government,...
Abstract The Brian Stonehill Papers contain correspondence, reports, notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, graduate school materials, and teaching materials. Documents relating to Brian Stonehill's establishment of the Media Studies Program and his eighteen years as a professor in the English Department and Media Studies Program at Pomona College may be found in this collection. In addition, Stonehill's writings and professional project files detailing his dedication to continuing...
Dates: 1890s-2000 (bulk 1970-1997)
Abstract The Wells / Hajjar Central America Solidarity Collection represents the grass-roots organizational, operational and public relations efforts of a network of political action groups founded in the late 1970s by former California State University, Fullerton professor of history and art Carol Wells and her husband, Theodore [Ted] Hajjar. Beginning in 1979 and continuing throughout the eighties and early nineties, Wells and Hajjar founded and promoted political action groups such as the Nicaragua...
Dates: 1958 - 1992, undated