The Tulane University History Project is a long-term effort to research and develop a detailed history of the University and its campuses, with respect to its racial history and founding, including the impacts from segregation and slavery. The Executive Director (ED) will lead a deep and rigorous historical study of Tulane University from its founding as the Medical College of Louisiana in 1834 to present-day. The study will focus on the University’s racial history and its relationship with segregation, slavery, and issues of racial equity. In collaboration with other researchers, historians, archivists, subject-matter experts, and community members, the successful candidate will ultimately serve as editor of a chronological biography of the University’s racial history. This posi
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