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us: Lincoln, C. Eric (Charles Eric), 1924-2000



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    • us: Lincoln, Charles Eric, 1924-2000
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    • found: His The Black Muslims in America, 1961.
    • found: Biog resource center (Scribner encyc. of Amer. lives), June 30, 2008 (Lincoln, C(harles) Eric; b. June 23, 1924, Athens, Ala.; d. May 14, 2000, Durham, N.C.; Ph. D., Boston University, 1960; Duke University, professor of religion and culture, 1976-1993; ordained Methodist minister)
    • found: NUCMC data from Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Howard Univ.) for His Interview, 1968 Sept. 26 (Lincoln, C. Eric; prof. of sociology, Union Theological Seminary, New York; author)
    • found: African American National Biography, accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014: (Lincoln, C. Eric; Charles Eric Lincoln; educator, religious studies scholar, sociologist, fiction writer; born 23 July 1924 in Athens, Alabama, United States; graduated from Trinity School (1941); bachelor's degree in sociology from LeMoyne College (later the United Church of Christ) in Tennessee (1947); master's degree from Nashville's Fisk University (1954); pastored the John Calvin Presbyterian Church (1953-1954) and taught at Fisk; appointed to teach religion and philosophy at Clark University in Atlanta (1954); earned Master's in Education and a PhD in Theology from Boston University; dedicated professor at Clark from 1954; published a novel which won the 1988 Lillian Smith Book Award for Best Southern Fiction; taught at Duke University (1976-1993); died 14 May 2000 in Durham, North Carolina, United States)
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    • PS3562.I472
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    • 1980-08-18: new
    • 2015-04-24: revised
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