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Abstract Frederic L. DuBow was born in New York City on March 10, 1944, and raised in Plainfield, New Jersey. He studied as an undergraduate at Oberlin College from 1961 to 1965, graduating magna cum laude with high honors in government. DuBow was appointed to the faculty of Northwestern University in 1971 as an instructor of sociology. While at Northwestern, DuBow taught courses in the sociology of law, criminology, and political sociology. DuBow left Northwestern in 1978 to join the faculty at the...
Abstract Jack Nusan Porter received his doctorate in sociology from Northwestern University in 1971. His dissertation, "Student Protest, University Decision-Making, and the Technocratic Society: The Case of ROTC," was a study of student opposition to Northwestern's Reserve Officer Training Corps from 1968 to 1970. Porter's teaching and research interests included sociology, psychology, and Jewish studies. He was most active in the sociological study of Jewry, of genocide, and of the effects of the Nazi...
Abstract The Raymond W. Mack papers fill two and one-half boxes and span the years from 1951 through 1995. The papers focus primarily on Mack's work as a sociologist, with some biographical material included. The papers are separated into three distinct categories: biographical materials, correspondence and publications.
Abstract Charles C. Moskos taught sociology at Northwestern University from 1966-2007, with interests in military sociology, national service, and Greek American studies. The Papers include correspondence, research files, teaching files, reports, and publications, with the majority dated after 1969.
Abstract The Harriet R. Mowrer papers fill two boxes and are arranged in seven subseries: correspondence, teaching files, case records, research files, professional organization files, speeches and papers, and publications. These are preceded by two folders of biographical materials including vitae, entries for biographical works, and clippings. These papers relate primarily to her professional activities; there is little personal material here. The correspondence deals primarily with Mowrer's...
- Subject: Sociology--Study and teaching--Illinois--Evanston X