Hughes, Everett C., Papers,

Contains correspondence; manuscripts; minutes; reports; lectures; conference papers; teaching materials including syllabi, bibliographies, and examination questions; travel diaries; memoranda; research material; and subject files. Correspondents include Nels Anderson, David Riesman, and other collea...

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Author / Creator:Hughes, Everett C. (Everett Cherrington), 1897-1983.
Description:78.2 linear ft. (150 boxes, 2 folders)
Language:English
French
Subject:Anderson, Nels, -- 1889-1986
Becker, Howard Saul, -- 1928-
Geer, Blanche.
Hughes, Everett C. -- (Everett Cherrington), -- 1897-1983
Lamontagne, Jacques.
Park, Robert Ezra, -- 1864-1944.
Riesman, David, -- 1909-2002
Westley, Margaret.
Anderson, Nels, -- 1889-1986.
Becker, Howard Saul, -- 1928-
Geer, Blanche.
Hughes, Everett C. -- (Everett Cherrington), -- 1897-1983.
Lamontagne, Jacques.
Park, Robert Ezra, -- 1864-1944.
Riesman, David, -- 1909-2002.
American Medical Association. -- Citizens Commission on Medical Education.
Social Science Research Council (U.S.). -- Committee on Sociolinguistics.
Canada. -- Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism.
University of Chicago. -- Department of Sociology.
University of Chicago. -- Committee on Human Relations in Industry.
McGill University. -- Dept. of Sociology.
Brandeis University. -- Department of Sociology.
Boston College. -- Dept. of Sociology.
American Sociological Association. -- Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession.
American Sociological Association.
Community Studies, Inc.
University of Kansas.
Canada. -- Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism.
Social Science Research Council (U.S.). -- Committee on Sociolinguistics.
Biculturalism -- Canada.
Bilingualism -- Canada.
Chicago school of sociology.
Sociology -- United States.
Sociology -- Canada.
French-Canadians.
Occupations -- Sociological aspects.
Professions -- Sociological aspects.
United States -- Race relations.
Sound recordings.
Format: E-Resource Print Archives/Manuscripts
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/1647251
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Varying Form of Title:Everett C. Hughes, papers and addenda
Other authors / contributors:Hughes, Helen MacGill, 1903-
Notes:Restrictions: 1) Carnegie Corporation Project, interview by Isabel S. Grossner, Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, transcript, with annotations by Hughes (located in Series I Box 1, Folder 9). Researchers may consult the oral history interview, but must secure permission to cite or quote its contents from Columbia University, Oral History Research Office, New York, NY 10027. 2) Series VIII, Audio-Visual Materials, is currently restricted due to its fragile condition or need for special equipment. 3) Letters of Reference, Grant Evaluations, and Referee Reports, is restricted and will not be open to researchers until 2030.
Sociologist. Born 1897. A.B., Ohio Wesleyan, 1918. Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1928. Assistant professor, McGill University, 1927-1938. Assistant professor, University of Chicago, 1938-1943; associate professor, 1943-1949; professor, 1949-1961; chairman, Department of Sociology, 1952-1956. Professor, Brandeis University, 1961-1968 (emeritus). Professor, Boston College, 1968-1976 (emeritus). Editor, American Journal of Sociology, 1952-1960. President, American Sociological Association, 1962-1963. Died 1983.
Some field interviews in Series V, French Canada Studies, are in French.
Summary:Contains correspondence; manuscripts; minutes; reports; lectures; conference papers; teaching materials including syllabi, bibliographies, and examination questions; travel diaries; memoranda; research material; and subject files. Correspondents include Nels Anderson, David Riesman, and other colleagues. Subject files comprise material from organizations such as the Social Science Research Council Committee on Sociolinguistics, the American Sociological Association, and the American Medical Association. Material reflects Hughes' research interests in race and ethnic relations, industrialization, and professions. Papers include work done for the Canadian Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (1963-1965) for which Margaret Westley and Jacques Lamontagne did field work. Other material includes reminiscences of Hughes' student days at the University of Chicago, essays on the Chicago School of Sociology, notes from Robert E. Park courses, research on the German Catholic labor movement (1931-1933), and papers relating to the University of Chicago Committee on Human Relations in Industry (1944-1945) and the American Priest Study (1970-1971). Additional topics focus on studies carried out with Howard Becker and Blanche Geer on specialization at the University of Kansas Medical School and undergraduates at the University of Kansas. The Helen MacGill Hughes Papers consist predominantly of her work on the American Sociological Association, Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession (1968-1973). Also includes reel-to-reel tapes, cassettes, and dictadisks.
Cumulative Index / Finding Aids Note:Finding available in the Department of Special Collections, University of Chicago Library, 1100 E. 57th Street, Chicago, IL 60637.