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Social Sciences

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Allen duPont Breck Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M063
Overview Born in Denver, Allen Dupont Breck graduated from the University of Denver in 1936 and served in World War II. He was a professor of history at DU from 1946 to 1996, during which time he was chair of the history department and wrote the official history of the university. He helped found the Rocky Mountain Medieval Renaissance, Western History, and Western Social Science associations. The Allen duPont Breck Papers contain material he collected in writing his history of the University of Denver.

Humanities Program Records

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Identifier: U045
Overview Collection contains annual reports, proposals, meeting minutes, memoranda, pamphlets, budget reports, syllabi, and course materials related to the Humanities Program.

John C. Livingston Papers

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Identifier: M058
Overview John Charles Livingston (1935-1999) served as professor and chair of the History Department of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1963-1964 and from 1968-1999. His areas of expertise were United States intellectual and social history in the 20th century, concentrating on the 1960s and American Jewish history. He wrote several books including, Clarence Darrow: Sentimental Rebel (1988) and Jews of the American West (1989). He was a founder and research director of the Rocky...

Marcy M. Marconi Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M239
Overview

Marcy M. Marconi was a History Major at the University of Denver in 1989 when she contacted numerous women who had graduated from DU during the 1920s and asked them to fill out a questionnaire about being a female student at DU during that time. This small collection consists of 35 quesionnaires filled out by the alumnae.

Social Sciences Division Records

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Identifier: U091
Overview

The Social Sciences Division Records at the University of Denver contain material that relates solely to the Social Science Department while a stand-alone unit and after its incorporation into the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Department. Although not complete, the records do include annual reports, meeting minutes and information on the curriculum.