Geography, Gender, Writing, and Big History
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Audio-recorded interview with Dominican history professor emerita, Cynthia Stokes Brown. Subjects discussed include: American South; American East Coast; Berkeley, California; Brazil and their influence on her life and career. As well as marriage and family balance; Septima Clark biography; feminism; Big History scholarly community and gender; thoughts on Big History's future as an academic field; writing and research.
Cynthia Stokes Brown, Oral History, American South, Brazil, Berkeley CA, Gender, Writing, Activism, Septima Clark, David Christian, Craig Benjamin, Fred Spier, John Dewey, Alexander Meiklejohn, Paulo Freire, Big History, Big Historian, Domincan University of California
Digital Humanities | Oral History
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Brown, C. S. (2017, April 29). Geography, Gender, Writing, and Big History. Interview by T. Burke [Audio file]. Cynthia Stokes Brown Oral History Collection. Dominican University of California Archives, San Rafael, CA.