APSA African American Political Scientists Oral History Project
Background: The African American Political Scientists Oral History Project contains interviews conducted between 1988-1994 of African American scholars and was part of the Pi Sigma Alpha-APSA Oral History Project directed by Malcolm E. Jewell and supported by Pi Sigma Alpha, APSA, the University of Kentucky, and the Ford Foundation. The advisory committee of the Black Oral History Program consisted of Twiley Barker, Jr., William Daniels, Jewel Prestage, Michael Preston, Mitchell Rice, and Maurice Woodard with contributions from Mae C. King. The collection is officially is officially housed at the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky.
Listen Here: Hear the stories and professional experiences of sixteen African American political scientists.