The C.L.R. James Institute presents:

The Hubert Harrison Center

The C.L.R. James Institute Presents: Researching Hubert Harrison: An Evening with Jeff Perry

Schedule of Talks by Jeff Perry on Hubert Harrison

An Introduction to Jeff Perry by Ralph Dumain

"A Hubert Harrison Reader" : New Book Uncovers Writings of Harlem Renaissance Intellectual [press release]

Book announcement: Hubert Harrison in Print!

Links

Fletcher, Bill, Jr. Radicals Known And Unknown [review of A Hubert Harrison Reader], The Black World Today, 14 December 2001.

Jackson, John G. "The Black Atheists of The Harlem Renaissance: (1917-1928)", talk given at 1984 American Atheists convention.

Jackson, John G. Hubert Henry Harrison: The Black Socrates. Austin, TX: American Atheist Press, 1987.

Perry, Jeffrey B. "Hubert Harrison: A Brief Sketch for Black History Month", The Black World Today, 18 February 1999.

Perry, Jeffrey B., ed. A Hubert Harrison Reader. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2001. See also excerpt from the introduction at UPNE and 32 sample pages on Amazon.com.

Rogers, J. A. "Hubert Henry Harrison: Intellectual Giant and Free-Lance Educator (1883-1927)", from World's Great Men of Color.

Brown (Egbert Ethelred) Papers, 1908-1964: including the Harlem Unitarian/Hubert Harrison Memorial Church Records (1926-1956)

Inniss, Patrick. Hubert Henry Harrison: Great African American Freethinker, AAH Examiner, vol. 4, no. 4, Winter, 1994.

Fellow Worker Hubert Harrison (1883-1927), Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).


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