Feminist press author reveals identity (as Harvard Dean)

Howell, Mary; Campbell, Margaret
March 1997
Women's Studies Quarterly;Spring/Summer97, Vol. 25 Issue 1/2, p103
Academic Journal
Opinion. Reflects on the author's appointment to the post of Associate Dean for Student Affairs at the Harvard Medical School in 1972. Reference to the fact that the position was assumed by a black woman; How the appointment was made; Description of the position.


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