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us: Hine, Darlene Clark

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    • found: Her Black victory, c1979: t.p. (Darlene Clark Hine)
    • found: More than chattel, c1996: CIP t.p. (Darlene Clark Hine) galley (John. A. Hannah professor of American History at Michigan State University)
    • found: Enduring issues in American nursing, 2002: page vii (Darlene Clark Hine, PhD, John A. Hannah Professor of History, Michigan State University)
    • found: Northwestern University, Department of Anthropology web site, May 4, 2017: (Darlene Clark Hine, Board of Trustees, Professor of African American Studies and Professor of History, ; degree: Ph.D. Kent State University, Kent Ohio; research interests: African American Women's history; Black Professionals: Medical, Nursing, Legal histories; Black Chicago, Black political history, Gender, Black culture) {}
    • found: Northwestern University, Department of History web site, May 4, 2017: (Darlene Clark Hine (PhD, Kent State University, 1975) is a leading historian of the African American experience who helped found the field of black women's history and has been one of its most prolific scholars) CV (Darlene Clark Hine, Department of African American Studies ; education: 1975 Ph.D. Kent State University; 1970 M.A. Kent State University; 1968 B.A. Roosevelt University ; Employment history: 2008- Chair, Department of African American Studies, Northwestern University; 2004- Board of Trustees Professor of African American Studies and Professor of History, Northwestern University; 1987-2004 John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor of American History, Michigan State University; April-June, 1997 Avalon Distinguished Visiting Professor, Northwestern University; Sep-Dec, 1996 Harold Washington Visiting Professor, Roosevelt University; Feb, 1996. Robert E. McNair Visiting Professor of Southern Studies, University of South Carolina; 1989-90 Visiting Distinguished Professor of Women's Studies, University of Delaware; 1985-87 Professor of History, Purdue University; 1981-86 Vice-Provost, Purdue University; Jan-May, 1985 Visiting Distinguished Professor of History, Arizona State University; 1979-85 Associate Professor of History, Purdue University; 1978-79 Interim Director of the Africana Studies and Research Center, Purdue University; 1974-79 Assistant Professor, Purdue University;1972-74 Assistant Professor of History and Coordinator of Black Studies, South Carolina State College) {}
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