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Dr. David Garrow

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Date of Interview

11/20/10

Interviewer

Stephen McKiernan

Interviewee

Garrow, David J., 1953-

Biographical Text

Dr. David Garrow, born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. He is a historian, educator, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, a Professor of Law & History, and Distinguished Faculty Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He was the senior advisor for the TV show Eyes on The Prize and a senior research fellow at Homerton College in Cambridge, M.A. He is a regular contributor to the Washington Post, New York Times, and The American Prospect. Garrow graduated magna cum laude from Wesleyan University and then received his Ph.D. from Duke University.

Duration

04:04:25

Language

English

Digital Publisher

Binghamton University Libraries

Digital Format

audio/mp4

Accessibility

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Original Format

MicroCassette

Material Type

Sound

Interview Format

Audio

Subject LCSH

Historians;
Authors, American--20th century;
College teachers;
University of Pittsburgh. School of Law;
Garrow, David J., 1953--Interviews

Rights Statement

This audio file and digital image may only be used for educational purposes. Please cite as: McKiernan Interviews, Special Collections, Binghamton University Libraries, Binghamton University, State University of New York. For usage beyond fair use please contact the Binghamton University Libraries Special Collections for more information.

Keywords

Baby boom generation; LGBT rights; Black Panthers; Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; SNCC; Democratic Convention of 1964; Vietnam; Black power movement; Malcolm X; March on Selma; Montgomery March.

Files

mckiernanphotos - Garrow - Davis.jpg

Citation

“Dr. David Garrow,” Digital Collections, accessed July 1, 2022, https://omeka.binghamton.edu/omeka/items/show/1186.