Leon F. Litwack

Leon F. Litwack is A. & M. Morrison Professor of American History, Emeritus, at the University of California, Berkeley, where he received the Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Teaching in 2007. He is also winner of the Pulitzer Prize in History, the Francis Parkman Prize, and the American Book Award and recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a National Endowment for the Humanities Film Grant.

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Cover: How Free Is Free?: The Long Death of Jim CrowHow Free Is Free?: The Long Death of Jim CrowLitwack, Leon F.HARDCOVER02/27/2009$27.00
Cover: The Harvard Guide to African-American HistoryThe Harvard Guide to African-American HistoryHigginbotham, Evelyn Brooks
Litwack, Leon F.
Hine, Darlene Clark
MIXED MEDIA06/25/2001$184.50
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While astronomer Vera Rubin made significant contributions to our understanding of dark matter and championed the advancement of women in science, she is not that well known outside of the scientific community. HUP Executive Editor for Science, Janice Audet, spoke with Jacqueline Mitton, coauthor of Vera Rubin: A Life, about Rubin’s remarkable life and work and the writing of the book