Bowser, Benjamin P(aul)
BOWSER, Benjamin P(aul)
BOWSER, Benjamin P(aul). American, b. 1946. Genres: Race relations, Sociology. Career: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, assistant dean of Graduate School, 1975-82; Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, director of Minority Education Office, 1982-83; University of Santa Clara, CA, director of Office of Black Student Affairs, 1983-85; Stanford University, CA, assistant to the director of information technology services, 1985-87; California State University, Hayward, associate professor, 1987-94, professor of sociology and social services, 1994-. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, visiting research scholar, 1984; University of California, San Francisco, associate research scientist, Treatment Research Unit, Substance Abuse Services, 1990-91; Bayview Hunter's Point Community Foundation, director of multicultural inquiry and research on AIDS, 1990-91. Publications: (with G. Auletta and T. Jones) Dealing with Diversity in the University, 1993. EDITOR: (with E. Mann and M. Oling) Census Data with Maps for Small Areas of NYC, 1910-1960, 1981; (with R. Hunt) Impacts of Racism on White Americans, 1981, 2nd ed., 1995; Black Male Adolescents: Parenting and Education in Community Context, 1991; (with T. Jones and G. Auletta) Toward the Multicultural University, 1995; Racism and Anti-Racism in World Perspective, 1995; (with L. Kushnick) Against the Odds: Scholars Who Challenged Racism in the 20th Century, 2002. Contributor to books and academic journals. Address: Department of Sociology and Social Services, California State University, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward, CA 94542, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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