Black Apollo of Science: The Life of Ernest Everett Just
This biography illuminates the racial attitudes of an elite group of American scientists and foundation officers. It is the story of a complex and unhappy man. It blends social, institutional, black, and political history with the history of science.
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The Beginnings of a Professional Career 190716
Woods Hole 190929
The Role of Foundation Support 192029
First Encounters 192931
Continuing Struggle 192931
The Search for a New Life 193138
The Exile 193840
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