Archive forAugust, 2008

Philip F. O’Connor, Professor Emeritus of Creative Writing, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, August 16, after a prolonged illness. Phil was a faculty member in the Creative Writing Program from 1967-1992 and was preparing two works of fiction at the time of his death. Among his many works are: A Season for […]

Seminar: Researching Historical Records for African American Studies Scholarship and Genealogy When: Friday, September 12, 2008, 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. Where: Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Multipurpose Room Who: Reginald Washington, Archivist/Genealogy Specialist, National Archives & Records Administration Federal documents are a rich resource for the study of African American history, whether the goal is gaining a […]

Regular visitors to the CAC and HCGL website have noticed a change in our appearance during the last year. Converting to our “new look” is an on-going process. Most of our site has been updated in this way–the HCGL site as well as the University Archives site are completed. The CAC’s Archival Chronicle, local records, […]