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|Size||3 feet of linear shelf space|
|Abstract||Peter Filene, a white history professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, taught and wrote primarily on twentieth-century American history with a focus on gender, popular culture, and pedagogy. The papers consist of course materials from various courses taught at Lincoln University and UNC including syllabi, class notes, slide transparencies, and articles. Also included are research materials on the men’s movement of the 1960s, slavery, and the Great Depression, and materials related to Filene’s time as a professor at Lincoln University. The collection also includes documents related to a historical re-creation project with the Preservation Chapel Hill and the Chapel Hill Historical Society. Acquired as part of University Archives.|
|Creator||Filene, Peter G.|
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