John Hope Franklin


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Noun1.John Hope Franklin - United States historian noted for studies of Black American history (born in 1915)
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John Hope Franklin Award was created in 2004 to pay tribute to the late Dr.
Raymond Arsenault is the John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern History at the University of South Florida and a leading civil rights historian.
<br />Ivey has taken active roles in many organizations including the Oklahoma Public Health Association, Tulsa Salvation Army Advisory Board, John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation Board, the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma Board and, most recently, appointed by Tulsa Mayor G.T.
It is the same arrogance that Trump is displaying in his dealings with the world today, the arrogance that John Hope Franklin, the African-American historian, condemned.
These include the Berkshire Book Prize, an annual award for best book in Women's History; the John Hope Franklin Prize, given annually for best book in American Studies; the Basker Memorial Prize, given by the Society for Medical Anthropology; and the Watson Davis Prize, provided by the History of Science for best book.
The doors open to a quote from John Hope Franklin: "We've got to tell the unvarnished truth."
Responding to the widespread impression cultivated by the Dunning School of the early twentieth century that Reconstruction was a monumental folly foisted upon the South by a tyrannical "Army of Occupation," historians in the 1960s like John Hope Franklin, Kenneth Stampp, and, later, Eric Foner placed the army on the margins of their histories, emphasizing instead the importance of much smaller government programs like the Freedmen's Bureau.
Davidson is John Hope Franklin Institute Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and the first Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies in the nation, if not ever.
John Hope Franklin's books From Slavery to Freedom and, Land of the Free, his textbook for high school students, as well as his other writings which had informed much of our early work in curriculum development.
Rogers, John Henrik Clarke, John Hope Franklin, and Walter Rodney.
Dixon went on to write virulently racist novels, one of which, "The Clansman," became the basis for the racist, fear-mongering film "The Birth of a Nation." That film, in the view of historian John Hope Franklin, had an immense impact on race relations.