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Einstein on race and racism [electronic resource]
Rutgers University Press,
1 online resource (206 p.) :
1 copy available at Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library.
Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library
QC16 .E5 J466 2005 EB
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0813536170 (hardcver : alk. paper)
9780813536170 (hardcver : alk. paper)
0813540984 (electronic bk.)
9780813540986 (electronic bk.)
Einstein on race and racism [electronic resource] / Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor.
New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2005.
1 online resource (206 p.) : ill.
pt. I. Einstein and Robeson on Witherspoon Street -- 1. Escape from Berlin -- 2. "Paradise" -- 3. The other Princeton -- 4. Witherspoon Street -- 5. Einstein and Robeson, I -- 6. "Wall of fame" -- 7. The home front -- 8. Civil rights activist -- 9. From World War to Cold War -- 10. Einstein and Robeson, II -- 11. "My friend, Doctor Einstein" -- pt. II. Documents -- 1. Einstein's statements on race and racism -- A. "To American Negroes," The Crisis, February 1932 -- B. Address at the inauguration of the "Wall of fame" at the World's Fair in New York, 1940 -- C. "The Negro Question," Pageant, January 1946 -- D. Speech to Lincoln University [Pennsylvania] students and faculty, May 3, 1946 -- E. Letter to President Harry S. Truman on antilynching law, September 1946 -- F. Message to the National Urban League, September 16, 1946 -- G. On Walter White, October 1947 -- H. Interview with the Cheney Record, October 1948 -- I. Message to the Southwide Conference on discrimination in higher education, sponsored by the Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), Atlanta University, 1950 -- J. Interview with Peter A. Bucky -- K. Correspondence from W.E.B. Du Bois, 1951 -- 2. From Einstein's FBI file : on civil rights.
Nearly fifty years after his death, Albert Einstein remains one of America's foremost cultural icons. A thicket of materials, ranging from scholarly to popular, have been written, compiled, produced, and published about his life and his teachings. Among the ocean of Einsteinia-scientific monographs, biographies, anthologies, bibliographies, calendars, postcards, posters, and Hollywood films-however, there is a peculiar void when it comes to the connection that the brilliant scientist had with the African American community. Nowhere is there any mention of his close relationship with Pa
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Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955.
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Taylor, Rodger, 1953-
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