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JasonBerggrenBerggren publishes final articles in Carter re-election series

Dr. Jason Berggren, associate professor of political science, has completed his article series for the Americus Times-Recorder on President Jimmy Carter's 1980 re-election effort. The series began in 2020, which was the 40th anniversary of Carter’s campaign.

There were twelve articles in the series. The last four articles are listed below with publication dates and pages. Links to the articles are unavailable.

"With Joy and Fulfillment", Pres. Carter Leaves Office, Hostages Free. It was published in the Wednesday, January 20, 2021 issue of the Times-Recorder and can be found on pages A10-A12.

Carter Concedes '80 Race, "I Can't Stand Here Tonight and Say It Doesn't Hurt". It was published in the Wednesday, December 16, 2020 issue of the Times-Recorder and can be found on pages A10-A11.

Tight Race in October 1980 as Carter and Reagan Debate. It was published in the Wednesday, November 4, 2020 issue of the Times-Recorder and can be found on pages A9-A10.

"Stick with Me, and We'll Win", Carter Begins 1980 Fall Campaign in the South. It was published in the Wednesday, October 7, 2020 issue of the Times-Recorder and can be found on pages A7-A8.

Berggren also published a 12-article series on the 1976 campaign four years ago.

Bragg publishes in American Studies

Associate Professor of History Susan Bragg, Ph.D., recently published an essay exploring the politics of female representation within civil rights activism. Bragg’s “Race Women, Crisis Maids and NAACP Sweethearts: Gender and the Visual Culture of the NAACP in the Early Twentieth Century” appears in a January 2021 issue of American Studies dedicated to “The Arts in the Black Press During the Age of Jim Crow.” This article focuses on the ways that African American women sought to define ideas about the New Negro woman in their publicized NAACP branch activism and in poetry, illustrations, and essays submitted to the Crisis. Bragg’s work to publish this essay was supported by both a faculty development grant and the SWAG teaching circle.

Ghosh publishes in sociology journal

Assistant Professor of Sociology Debaleena Ghosh, Ph.D., recently published a research article with co-author Kristen Barber titled “The Gender of Multiculturalism: Cultural Tokenism and the Institutional Isolation of Immigrant Women Faculty.” The article was published in the peer-reviewed journal Sociological Perspectives, with the abstract available here.

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