36 Works

Spectroscopic and Kinetic Studies of Metal-Containing Proteins

Kelly Natalia Chacon

Oral History Interview - Vivian Ojo: Namibia

Stephanie Saldana & Vivian Ojo
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Bill Stubbs Interview

Bill Stubbs & Pauline Blount
Interview with William (Bill) L. Stubbs, born November 16th, 1918 in Georgia, migrated to Newark with his family in Autumn 1944. Discusses family life and compares race relations between Newark and the South, talks about his community activities, social life and recreation and changes he has seen in Newark housing and neighborhoods over the years.

Owen Wilkerson Interview 1

Owen Wilkerson & Glen Marie Brickus
First interview in which Mr. Wilkerson describes his migration to Newark from Virginia in 1947 among other topics.

George Branch Interview

George Branch & Pauline Blount
Interview in which George Branch discusses moving from North Carolina to Newark, NJ in 1941, among other topics.

Wynona Lipman Interview

Wynona Lipman & Glen Marie Brickus
Interview in which Ms. Lipman discusses migrating to Newark, NJ from Georgia, among other topics.

Willie Belle Hooper Interview 1

Willie Belle Hooper & Catherine J. Lenix-Hooker
Part One of the two-part interview with veteran educator Willie Belle Hooper, born September 2, 1906 in Dothan, Alabama, who migrated to Newark in 1929. Details her upbringing in the rural South, her family life, segregation in the South and North and her professional history in education.

Owen Wilkerson Interview 2

Owen Wilkerson & Virginia Morton
Second interview in which Mr. Wilkerson describes his migration to Newark from Virginia in 1947 among other topics.

Edward Kerr Interview

Edward Kerr & Glen Marie Brickus
Interview in which Mr. Kerr describes his migration to Newark from Georgia in 1929 among other topics.

Mass spectrometry Approaches: Quinone Toxicity, Protein Affinity and Nanoliter Analysis

Tingting Tu

Roles of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinases and 3-phosphates in schwann cell myelination

Anne Marie Logan

Immigrant Oral Experience Interview

Amber M. Ferguson & Olive Gunderson
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Oral History Interview: Taha Ahmed

Baredu S. Ahmed & Taha Ahmed
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Carlos Morales Interview

Monica Morales & Carlos Morales
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Sharpe James Interview 2

Sharpe James & Glen Marie Brickus
Part Two of the two-part interview with former Newark Mayor Sharpe James in which he discusses his professional and spiritual development, notable Newarkers, issues he sees facing the African-American community and his reflections on Newark's past and his vision for its future. Mayor James emigrated to Newark in 1945 from Jacksonville, Florida to Newark New Jersey.

Jessie Johnson Interview

Jessie Johnson & Glen Marie Brickus
Interview in which Jessie Johnson discusses emigrated from Pittsburg, PA to Newark in 1944, among other topics.

Willie Belle Hooper Interview 2

Willie Belle Hooper & Catherine J. Lenix-Hooper
The second part of the two part interview with Willie Belle Hooper. Here she discusses civic life, community involvement, political activity, Newark shopping, nightlife and why she's a lifelong Republican. Ms. Hooper migrated to Newark in 1929 from Dothan, Alabama.

Ed Crawford Interview

Ed Crawford & Glen Marie Brickus
Interview in which Mr. Crawford discusses moving from Queens, NY to Newark, NJ in 1952, among other topics.

From West Africa to America

Olufunke A. Adeniji & Kojo Appiah
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Eder Deleon interview of Ismar Deleon

Eder M. Deleon & Ismar Deleon
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

La Familia Es Lo Primero - An Oral History Interview with Violeta Rivas

Mallory B. Herberger & Violeta Rivas
Undergraduate final project submitted to Professor Thomas A. Castillo of the History Department, College of Arts and Humanities for a course sponsored by the Center for the New America, University of Maryland, College Park. Final project for HIST428N Immigrant Life Stories: An Oral History Practicum (spring 2014).

Willa B. Coleman Interview

Willa Coleman & Kitty Taylor
Born in Scottsburg, VA, Coleman migrated to Newark with her husband in 1959. Interview discusses travel to Newark, residences lived in in Newark, factory work positions she held, family life and her experience of the 1967 riots.

Sharpe James Interview 1

Sharpe James & Glen Marie Brickus
Part One of a two-part interview with former Mayor of Newark Sharpe James in which he discusses his migration to Newark from Jacksonville, Florida when he was nine years old in 1945. Interview details his ascent through local politics and his reflections on race relations, education and the City of Newark

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