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African-American Studies Program records

The Afro-American Studies program (AASP) was formally started in March 1971 through the work of the AASP Committee and Dr. Milton A. Gordon, who was named the first director. The Afro-American Studies program was introduced to add the possibility of studying Black history and culture into the Loyola curriculum. In 1990 the name of the Afro-American Studies Program was changed

Robert C. Hartnett, S.J., papers

Robert Clinton Hartnett, S.J., attended Loyola Academy in Chicago from 1919 to 1923, and Loyola University Chicago from 1924 to 1927, earning his B.A. with concentration in Philosophy and English. Hartnett was President of America Press and Editor in Chief of America and The Catholic Mind from 1948 to 1955. Throughout his professional career, Hartnett taught at several Jesuit institutions,