February 22, 2002
Yale Seeks 'Next Generation' of Stars in Black Studies; Rockefeller U. President Abruptly Resigns
YOUNG YALIES: As African-American-studies departments at Harvard and Princeton Universities have battled over celebrity professors this winter, their Ivy League competitor in New Haven, Conn., has been quietly trying to hire the stars of the future.
Hazel Carby, chairwoman of Yale University's African-American-studies department, says she's not interested in competing in "the bizarre market" for senior faculty members. "I'm not going to keep myself awake at night," she says, citing the
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