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Du·Bois

(dū-bwah'),
Eugene F., U.S. physiologist, 1882-1959. See: DuBois formula, Aub-DuBois table.

Du·bois

(dū-bwah'),
Paul A., French obstetrician, 1795-1871. See: Dubois abscesses, Dubois disease.
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The essays discuss Du Bois's research strategies, the educational climate of the era, and the way these charts fit into his larger body of work.
Du Bois joined Allianz Life in 2010 to lead its interactive marketing efforts, rising through the ranks internally to become the chief digital officer.
Misspelling Du Bois' name during Black History Month has not been the only such blunder by President Donald Trump's administration.
Rather, she founded a seminar at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, working with Abram Kardiner, a New York analyst interested in anthropology." Du Bois could not have joined Mead, who was not in New York at the time but off doing research in Bali.
The history of William Edward Burghardt Du Bois and the chairman of the Central Committee of the CPC, Mao Tse-tung, is captured in the photo that opens this article.
A founder of America's oldest and largest civil rights organisation, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Du Bois found refuge in Ghana in 1961 after being hounded out of America by the US government because he demanded not just civil rights for African-Americans but freedom for Africa and an end to capitalism, which Du Bois said was the cause of racism and all human misery.
It illustrates the term 'liquid gold' and is part of the range of products that Du Bois brings to the Gulf from sustainable and organically sourced agarwood and Oud.
A literary revival has been underway in Accra because of groups like the Du Bois Memorial Centre and the Ghana Association of Writers, who host regular book talks and annual festivals.
"Male support for woman suffrage in the nineteenth century was an exception rather than the rule." (21) Yet, Lemons demonstrates that both Douglass and Du Bois were exemplary examples of the ideals of "womanism" decades prior to the coining of the term.
In the Shadow of Du Bois: Afro-Modern Political Thought in America.