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Desegregation at UGA: A Guide to Resources in UGA Special Collections: Publications



Articles can be found by searching GALILEO:   

Cohen, Robert. 1996. “‘Two, Four, Six, Eight, We Don’t Want to Integrate’: White Student Attitudes Toward the University of Georgia’s Desegregation.” The Georgia Historical Quarterly 80 (3): 616
Emanuel, Anne S. 1999. “Turning the Tide in the Civil Rights Revolution: Elbert Tuttle and the Desegregation of the University of Georgia.” Michigan Journal of Race & Law 5 (1): 1–30.
Longan, Patrick Emery. 2018. “You Can’t Afford to Flinch in the Face of Duty: Judge William Augustus Bootle and the Desegregation of the University of Georgia.” Stetson Law Review 48 (3): 379–426.
Montgomery, Horace. 1962. “Origin of the University of Georgia Faculty Resolutions of January 12, 1961.” Negro History Bulletin 25 (April): 157–58.
Pratt, Robert A. 2006. “The Rhetoric of Hate: The Demosthenian Literary Society and Its Opposition to the Desegregation of the University of Georgia, 1950-1964.” The Georgia Historical Quarterly 90 (2): 236.
Renaud, Gilles. 2006. “Horace T. Ward: Desegregation of the University of Georgia, Civil Rights Advocacy and Jurisprudence.” Deakin Law Review, no. 2: 187.



Search GIL-Find to locate the following books:

Dyer, Thomas G. The University of Georgia : A Bicentennial History, 1785-1985. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1985.
Hunter-Gault, Charlayne. In My Place. 1st Vintage Books ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1993.
Pratt, Robert A. We Shall Not Be Moved The Desegregation of the University of Georgia. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 2002.
Trillin, Calvin. An Education in Georgia : Charlayne Hunter, Hamilton Holmes, and the Integration of the University of Georgia. Athens: Brown Thrasher Books : University of Georgia Press, 1991.

New Georgia Encyclopedia

The New Georgia Encyclopedia (NGE) is an authoritative resource containing over 2,300 articles chronicling the history and culture of Georgia. The NGE is a program of Georgia Humanities in partnership with the University of Georgia Press, the University System of Georgia/GALILEO, and the Office of the Governor. Several articles relate to the topic of desegregation at the University of Georgia: