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Carlos Blanco Aguinaga - Third World Studies Program Documents MSS 647
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  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Carlos Blanco Aguinaga - Third World Studies Program Documents
    Identifier/Call Number: MSS 647
    Contributing Institution: Mandeville Special Collections Library
    La Jolla, California 92093-0175
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 0.2 Linear feet 1 archives box
    Date (inclusive): 1969-1978
    Abstract: The Carlos Blanco Aguinaga Third World Studies program documents, originally conceived in Third College (now Thurgood Marshall College), contains planning committee documents collected by UCSD literature professor Carlos Blanco Aguinaga. The materials, including syllabi, curriculum notes, correspondence, and administrative meeting minutes, represent the preliminary planning period between 1969-1978. A large majority of the files relate to the first Third World Studies course facilitated in Fall 1970.
    Creator: Blanco Aguinaga, Carlos

    Administrative History

    The Third World Studies Program was established and organized in 1969 in Third College, which is now named Thurgood Marshall College. The program was constructed to represent a curriculum recognizing marginalized peoples' histories and to bridge the gap between campus and community by emphasizing community service leadership. Students completed core courses, initially including Black American History and Culture Sequence, Urban and Rural Development, as well as Chicano Studies or Black American History elective tracks. The San Diego Division of the Academic Senate approved the Third College Academic Plan, including the Third World Studies program in 1969. Faculty and Third World Studies Coordinator Carlos Blanco Aguinaga were instrumental in the initial planning sequences of the course outlines and core material selection. Blanco Aguinaga also helped support the development of the Chicano Studies major beginning in 1973.

    Acquisition Information

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    Preferred Citation

    Carlos Blanco Aguinaga - Third World Studies Program Documents, MSS 647. Mandeville Special Collections Library, UCSD.

    Publication Rights

    Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Blanco Aguinaga, Carlos -- Archives
    Thurgood Marshall College--History.
    University of California, San Diego. Third College--History.
    University of California, San Diego. Third World Studies Program--Archives.
    Curriculum planning