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University of Florida Oral History Program: Anita Spring, interviewee; Anne Judge

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Title:
University of Florida Oral History Program: Anita Spring, interviewee; Anne Judge
Creator:
Proctor, Samuel
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Subjects / Keywords:
Spring, Anita ( lcnaf )
Women in development ( fast )
Women's studies ( fast )
Genre:
Oral histories ( lcgft )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Gainesville

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Abstract:
This is a scanned document of a letter form Samuel Proctor to Dr. Anita Spring. This letter is from the University of Florida to do an Oral History.
Biographical:
Dr. Anita Spring has devoted her life to research in topics such as international agricultural development; food security; entrepreneurship and African business; women/gender in international development; environment and resource management since the 1970s. She has conducted research and produced many publications at several prestigious universities including Cornell University, San Francisco State University, and recently the University of Florida. She is currently a professor emeritus in the Department of Anthropology, and director of the Sub-Saharan Africa Business Environment Report (SABER) Project at the University of Florida.

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University of Florida
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Women in Development
University of Florida

Full Text



ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM
University of Florida



126 Florida Museum Samuel Proctor
of Natural History Director
Gainesville 32611
392-1721
April 2, 1992




Dr. Anita Spring
Department of Anthropology
376-B Turlington Hall
Campus

Dear Anita:

Over a period of years the University of Florida Oral History
Program has been interviewing members of the University
community--faculty, staff, administrators, and students. We have
approximately 200 interviews in the collection. This year we are
focusing on the role and activities of women faculty and
administrators, and we would like to do a taped interview with
you.

My associate on the project is Anne Marie Judge and if you are
willing to do the interview, she will call you and set up an
appointment. Ms. Judge will explain how our oral history
interview procedure works. Your interview will be transcribed
and the manuscript will be submitted to you to be checked for
accuracy. Afterwards, it will be deposited in the University of
Florida Oral History Archives here at the Florida Museum of
Natural History.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please call me at your
earliest convenience at 392-1721, or drop me a note through
campus mail, or fax me at 392-7168.
Cordially,



Samel Proctor

SP/ryp


EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER




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