Jack Kirkland has been part of the Brown School of Social Work faculty for over 50 years. He began his career at Washington University in St. Louis in 1970 as an associate professor and helped co-found the Black Studies Program (now the Department of African and African-American Studies).
The Jack A. Kirkland Papers consist primarily of his publications and writings on the American Black family and social and economic development. In addition, the collection includes materials relating to Kirkland’s professional activities, conference materials, correspondence, teaching in the George Warren Brown School of Social Work and the Black Studies Program, and research materials.
Additional Information about Jack Kirkland
- Jack Kirkland faculty website
- “Brown School Celebrates Jack A. Kirkland’s 50 Years of Teaching,” November 5, 2020
- “A Look Back at Blacks in America: 400 Years Plus,” November 15, 2019
- “Washington People: Jack Kirkland,” The Record November 18, 2020
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