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UK Professor's Article to be Featured
in Society Magazine

By Ralph Derickson

 

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The magazine's publishers considered Wilkinson's article, titled "Americans of African Identity," which was first published in 1990 and then reprinted in 2000, as one of the award-winning essays on the great issues past and present in American Society.

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Lexington, Ky. (Nov. 5, 2002) -- An article by Doris Wilkinson, University of Kentucky sociology professor, will be featured in the 40th anniversary edition of Society, considered by many to be the most lively of the social-science journals published in the United States.

The magazine's publishers considered Wilkinson's article, titled "Americans of African Identity," which was first published in 1990 and then reprinted in 2000, as one of the award-winning essays on the great issues past and present in American Society.

Wilkinson was a Ford Fellow in the DuBois Institue at Harvard University when she completed the article. Along with the work of other major scholars and writers, Wilkinson's article is acknowledged as one of the landmark essays appearing in the 40-year history of Society, which is published by Transaction Publications in Somerset, N.J.

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