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|Abstract||Charles Robert Crowe, historian, was on the faculty of the University of Georgia. C. Vann Woodward, historian of the American South, taught at Yale University from 1961 until 1977. The collection includes three audiocassettes containing an interview with C. Vann Woodward by Charles Robert Crowe in which Woodward's life and career are discussed.|
|Creator||Crowe, Charles Robert, 1928- .|
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Charles Robert Crowe was born in Harriman, Tenn., on 6 January 1928. He received the A.B. degree from the College of William and Mary and the A.M. in 1951 and Ph.D. in 1955 from Brown University. Crowe was assistant professor of history at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1955-1956, at the College of William and Mary, 1956-1957; at Michigan State University, 1957-1958; and at Cedar Crest College, 1958-1960. He was assistant professor of English and government at George Washington University, 1961-1963, and assistant professor of history at Western Reserve University, 1963-1965. Crowe was associate professor of history, 1965-1974, and professor of history, 1974- , at the University of Georgia. His research interests were United States social and intellectual history, African-American history, and American historiography.
C. Vann (Comer Vann) Woodward was born in Vanndale, Ark., on 13 November 1908. He received a Ph.B. from Emory University in 1930 and a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina in 1938. Woodward wrote several influential works of southern history, including Tom Watson: Agrarian Rebel (1938), Origins of the New South, 1877-1913 (1951), and The Strange Career of Jim Crow (1955). In 1982, Woodward won the Pulitzer Prize for Mary Chesnut's Civil War, which he edited. Woodward died on 17 December 1999 at the age of 91.Back to Top
Three audiocassettes containing an interview with C. Vann Woodward by Charles Robert Crowe in which Woodward's life and career as an historian of the American South are discussed.Back to Top
Three audiocassettes containing an interview with C. Vann Woodward by Charles Robert Crowe in which Woodward's life and career as an historian of the American South are discussed.