African American Culture and Heritage in Higher Education Research and Practice

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lead to a redefinition of the roles of HBCUs based on globalization and new forms of democracy.


NOTES

This chapter is a revised version of a keynote plenary international address presented at the Annual Conference of the New South Wales Teacher Education Council in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, in June 1996. The research and travel were sponsored, in part, via the Public Australian Universities Senior Professor Grant for International University Research and Development. The author also expresses appreciation to her doctoral assistants, Michael Cross and Monica deMello Patterson for their research assistance.

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In order to protect the anonymity of the interviewees, I have used the fictitious names of Chapel University, Adams University, Bridge College, and Original University throughout the body of this chapter in citations where quotations were taken from the strategic plans, mission statements, or college catalogs of these institutions. These sources of valuable information have not been included in the list of references due to this ethical research issue.

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