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"Instruments of national purpose". World War II and Southern higher education: Four Texas universities as a case study
This dissertation considers the significance of the relationship between the federal government and U.S. higher education during World War II and the immediate postwar years, using four Texas universities (the University ...
The "Negro question": Philanthropy, education, and citizenship in the Gilded-Age South
This dissertation is a cultural and intellectual history of black education, nationalism, and empire. I argue that educational philanthropy played an indispensable role in the construction of Anglo-Christian nationalism ...