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King Week opens with wide-ranging tribute: The musical stylings of the Martin Luther King Jr. Interdenominational Choir of Newton County was a highlights of “A Dream Deferred: African Americans at Emory and Oxford Colleges, 1836-1968,” Jan. 22 in Cannon Chapel. The event kicked off Emory’s celebration of King Week and featured not only the choir but addresses by top Emory and Oxford administrators and presentations to leading African American historians. Click here or above for the full story. Special photo.


Robyn Fivush,Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Psychology, received her Ph.D. from the Graduate Center of The City University of New York in 1983 and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Human Information Processing, University of California at San Diego, from 1982 to 1984. She joined the Emory faculty in 1984 where she is also associated faculty at the Institute for Women’s Studies and the Violence Studies Program. Her work focuses on early memory with an emphasis on the social construction of autobiographical memory and the relations among memory, narrative, trauma, and coping. (Editor’s note: Fivush received her appointment, which is retroactive to the beginning of 2001–02, after Emory Report printed its full list of new distinguished professors last semester)





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