John Hope Franklin Research Center
The John Hope Franklin Research Center in the Rubenstein Library collects, preserves and promotes the use of published and unpublished primary sources for the exploration, understanding and advancement of scholarship of the history and culture of Africa and people of the African Diaspora in the Americas.
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Rare Copy of Emancipation Proclamation on Display in the Rubenstein Library
John Hope Franklin: Imprint of an American Scholar
This traveling exhibit commemorates Dr. John Hope Franklin (1915-2009), one of the most well-known and influential scholars of his generation. He was the definitition of a public intellectual, and this presentation draws upon the rich documents contained in his personal papers housed in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
John Hope Franklin@100: Scholar, Activist, Citizen
Seen and Heard in the Rubenstein Library – The Emancipation Proclamation
Now Accepting 2015-2016 Travel Grant Applications!
John Hope Franklin: The Global Scholar
Lecture – “Marcus Garvey and the Fallen Angel”
Franklin Research Center Acquires Robert A. Hill Collection/Marcus Garvey Papers Project Records