Scholar-in-Residence @ African American Library at the Gregory School

CERCL in partnership with the African American Library at the Gregory School offers residential fellowships for scholars whose research would benefit from the Houston Public Library special collections (particularly the Gregory School archives).

The Scholar-in-Residence Program is generously supported by the Kinder Institute for Urban Research

Related Research & Publications
Phillip Luke Sinitiere

Making Material Memories: Transformative Moments in W. E. B. Du Bois’s Archive

Phillip Luke Sinitiere

The Activist History Review (Dec 27, 2018)

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David Ponton III

Private Matters in Public Spaces: Intimate Partner Violence against Black Women in Jim Crow Houston

David Ponton III

Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 39, no. 2 (2018): 58-96

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Phillip Luke Sinitiere

“Outline of Report on Economic Condition of Negroes In the State of Texas”: W. E. B. Du Bois’s 1935 Speech At Prairie View State College

Phillip Luke Sinitiere

Phylon (1960-) Vol. 54, No. 1 (2017), pp. 3-24 Published by: Clark Atlanta University

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David Ponton III

Criminalizing Space: Ideological and Institutional Productions of Race, Gender, and State-sanctioned Violence in Houston, 1948-1967

David Ponton III

Ponton, David. "Criminalizing Space: Ideological and Institutional Productions of Race, Gender, and State-sanctioned Violence in Houston, 1948-1967." (2017) Diss., Rice University.

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Portia Dene Hopkins

Breaking through the Margins: Pushing Sociopolitical Boundaries Through Historic Preservation

Portia Dene Hopkins

Hopkins, Portia Dene. “Breaking through the Margins: Pushing Sociopolitical Boundaries Through Historic Preservation” (2016) Diss., University of Maryland, College Park.

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