Jerry Hirsch Papers, 1955-1996 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Jerry Hirsch, professor of psychology and zoology including correspondence (1965-2000) and publications (1955-67, 1971-94) relating to behavior genetics; racism (1977-94); intelligence tests; heredity-environment issues; personal and biographical information (1955-65); articles refereed and reviewed (1979-90); professional associations and journal memberships (1966-2002); travel files and correspondence (1963-2000); University of Illinois materials including faculty progress reports and university contacts (1965-92); psychology class notes and exams (1962-90); lab notes and experimental data (1950-90); articles and unfinished manuscripts (1987-95); Institutional Racism Program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1978-97); NCAA meetings and reports (1994); National Mental Health Institute (NIMH) site visits and grant proposals (1969-80); and a student correspondence file. The series also contains specific correspondence relating to genetics and racism with Peter Schonemann, Arthur R. Jensen, William Schockley, Jean Belkhir, Allan Chase and a Sixth Circuit Court Case, Hirsch vs. Pearson (1993-94).
6 boxes are unprocessed as of 2015-10-08.