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V.P. Franklin (Arts and Humanities) was named Editor of The Journal of African American History, formerly the Journal of Negro History founded by Carter G. Woodson in 1916, by The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). The spring 2002 special issue deals with "Cultural Capital and African American Education." The essays redefine the concept originally used by French Sociologist, Pierre Bourdieu. Suniya Luthar (Human Development) was invited to be the Chairperson of the Risk, Prevention and Health Behavior - 1Peer Review Committee of NIH.

Published Monday, Feb. 3, 2003

In Brief

V.P. Franklin (Arts and Humanities) was named Editor of The Journal of African American History, formerly the Journal of Negro History founded by Carter G. Woodson in 1916, by The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). The spring 2002 special issue deals with "Cultural Capital and African American Education." The essays redefine the concept originally used by French Sociologist, Pierre Bourdieu. Suniya Luthar (Human Development) was invited to be the Chairperson of the Risk, Prevention and Health Behavior - 1Peer Review Committee of NIH.
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