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Bradley Hugh Pollock Collection

Collection 378

Pollock, Bradley Hugh (1955-2009). Collection, 1984-2009, n.d.

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Bradley Hugh Pollock was born March 16, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from James H. Bowen High School in June 1973. He received his B.A. degree at Oberlin College on May 1977, majoring in History. He then received his M.A. from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) in May 1980. He received his Ph.D. Degree from the University of Michigan in 1988. He taught History at the University of Southwestern University from 1984 until his death in 2009.

Pollock was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Gamma Mu, Louisiana Historical Association, Southwestern Historical Association, and other organizations as well. He published several papers and appeared on the Acadiana Open Channel.

This collection consists of his writings, courses taught, evaluations and recommendations. Also included is his Curriculum Vita.

Series:

A. Writings 1-01 thru 1-10
B. Course Sylllabi/courses taught 1-11 thru 1-12
C. Evaluations/Recommendations 1-13 thru 1-15
D. News clipping/Curriculum Vita 1-16

Inventory:

A. Writings
1-01 “Africans and Americans in Louisiana: A Multicultural Perspective”, Louisiana History, paper submitted, 1984
1-02 Handwritten notes, n.d. (dissertation for Ph.D.)
1-03 Annotated bibliographies, (dissertation for Ph.D.)
1-04 Handwritten notes/research material, (dissertation for Ph.D.)
1-05 Handwritten draft, (dissertation for Ph.D.)
1-06 Final draft, Introductory Chapter and Chapter 1, 1988 (dissertation for Ph.D.)
1-07 Final draft, Chapter 1 with corrections (dissertation for Ph.D.)
1-08 “A Brief Summary of Thoughts on a Philosophy of Education”, 7 pp.
1-09 “An Historical Perspective on E Pluribus Unum and the Multicultural Controversy: A Commentary”. (presentation: Pedagogical presentation to conference on Multiculturalism in Higher Education), n.d.
1-10 “Africans and Americans in Louisiana, A multicultural Perspective”. (paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Louisiana Historical Association, Lafayette, La., March 12-14, 1992. (2 copies)
B. Course Syllabi/courses taught
1-11 Syllabus: used as reference: History 684, Winter, 1984; History 695, Fall 1985 (2 copies) and updated version, November 12, 1985
1-12 Courses taught: History 110; History 355; History 330; History 380
C. Evaluations/recommendations
1-13 Student comments: Pollock, 1991-1997
1-14 Peer evaluations: Pollock, 1994-1997
1-15 Student and Alumni Recommendations: Pollock, 1997
D. News clipping/Curriculum Vita: Pollock
1-16 Clipping: Motivating toward excellence, Pollock, n.d.; Curriculum Vita