Gordon, Jacob U.
GORDON, Jacob U.
GORDON, Jacob U. American (born Nigeria), b. 1939. Genres: History, Cultural/Ethnic topics. Career: Albany State University, Albany, GA, associate professor of history and political science and department head, 1967-70; University of Kansas, Lawrence, professor of African and African American studies, 1970-, courtesy professor of American studies, executive director of Center for Black Leadership Development and Research, 1986-, research fellow of Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies, 1989-. Leavenworth Prison, lecturer, 1975-85; University of Missouri-Kansas City, visiting professor, 1984. Publications: (with J. Rosser) The Black Studies Debate, 1974; African Studies at Kansas, 1977; Multiculturalism in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services, 1992; The Role of Higher Education in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention, 1993; Narratives of African Americans in Kansas, 1870-1992: Beyond the Exodus Movement, 1993; Managing Multi-culturalism in Substance Abuse Services, 1994; (with R. Majors) The American Black Male: His Present Status and His Future, 1994; (with E. Freeman and J. Lee) Supplemental Readings for Training in Multicultural Substance Abuse: Continuum of Care for the 21st Century, 1994; (with E.C. Jackson) A History of the National Bar Association, 1999; Black Leadership for Social Change, 2000. Contributor to books. Contributor to academic journals. Address: 1028 Dole Human Development Center, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045, U.S.A.