Interviewees in this series were actively involved in American Indian studies from the late sixties to the present time. The series is designed to document the development of American Indian studies, the American Indian Studies Center, and the American Indian Studies Interdepartmental Program at ...
UCLA professor of anthropology involved with the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
Interviews in this series include individuals who were instrumental in creating and guiding the Center for African American Studies at UCLA to a position of widely recognized excellence among the nation's African American studies departments, centers, and institutes.
UCLA assistant professor of labor economics and founding director of the UCLA Bunche Center for African American Studies. Later professor of economics at Loyola Marymount University.
Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) an agency of the government that develops technology for the military during a time of expansion of the ARPANET project, which developed an experimental computer network, a precursor to the internet.