Reminiscences of Dudley Horner : oral history, 1999.
|Creator: ||Horner, Dudley||Project: ||Carnegie Corporation project. Pt. 2. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||transcript: 51 pages videorecordings: 4 videocassettes (115 min.) : digital betacam. sound recording: 2 sound cassettes|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Scope and Contents
Childhood and education: raised in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, student movement, move to England early 1960s, return to Johannesburg, interaction with individuals banned by the government; career: archivist for the South African Institute of Race Relations; interest in labor relations; work with South Africa Labor and Development Research Unit [SALDRU], 1975-: colleagueship with director Francis Wilson, training social science students and returning scholars from exile, initial funding from the Anglo-American Chairman's Fund and the Ford Foundation, political effects of the First Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa, training black student interns to develop research skills; SALDRU's contribution to the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa: frustration of data collection without intervention, importance of distinction between rural and urban poverty; effects of study; Francis Wilson's summation of the study, Uprooting Poverty: The South African Challenge; appointment to chair the South African Wage Board.
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