Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Charles Hoffer collection consists of a history of the development of rural sociology at Michigan State University from 1924-1969. Also included is biographical material on Hoffer and the article "The Development of Rural Sociology" printed in the journal "Rural Sociology" in March 1961.
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.