Oral history interview with Everett Cherrington Hughes [electronic resource], 1967.
|Creator: ||Hughes, Everett C. 1897-1983||Project: ||Carnegie Corporation project. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||sound files : digital preservation master, WAV files (96 kHz, 24 bit) Transcript: 49 pages|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago; Editor, American Journal of Sociology.
Scope and Contents
Early impressions of Carnegie Corporation; THE IMMIGRANT PRESS AND ITS CONTROL; professor at McGill University; Social Science Research Council postdoctoral fellow in Germany; parallels between Catholic-Protestant relations on the Rhine and in French Canada; Canadian-American Relations studies funded by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; FRENCH CANADA IN TRANSITION, 1927-1937; professor at University of Chicago, 1938; funding from Rockefeller Foundation to study French Canada; term as Visiting Professor at Université Laval, 1941-1942; Kansas City studies; Kansas City Association of Trusts and Foundations; American Nurses Association nursing education study; Carnegie Commonwealth Fund support, 1951; BOYS IN WHITE: STUDENT CULTURE IN MEDICAL SCHOOL, 1961; report on relations of colleges to students requested through National Opinion Research Center, 1962-1965; aging and retirement study; CAREER PATTERNS OF YOUNG MONTREALERS IN CERTAIN WHITE-COLLAR OCCUPATIONS; POST-INDUSTRIAL QUEBEC; American Social Science Research Council. Impressions of C.A. Dawson, Robert M. MacIver, Howard Paul Becker, Charles Huggins.
Copyright by The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York, 1986.