De Benko, Eugene
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of the 1970 essay "A Thesis of Protest," by Kamuyu-wa-Kang'ethe, a Michigan State University anthropology student, which he wrote instead of his master's thesis. It decries western education, anthropology, and demands acceptance of African institutions as equal to European.
The records consist of newsletters, a booklet about the Consortium, meeting minutes for December 17, 1970 and the report Books and Publishing in Selected African Countries - A Report on a Library Acquisitions and Publications Survey Tour in Africa November 1970 - May 1971 by Eugene De Benko.
The papers of Stanley Andrews consist of reports about U.S. International Cooperation Administration programs in South Vietnam, Ethiopia, Jordan, Pakistan, Taiwan, Philippines, and Thailand.