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Nelson, H. Viscount

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H. Viscount Nelson received his baccalaureate at West Chester University and earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in History from the University of Pennsylvania. Currently he is the Director of Student Activities at UCLA and teaches in the Afro-American Studies Department. In addition to numerous articles, his publications include America: Changing Times: A Brief History, (John Wiley and Sons, 1980); The Rise and Fall of Modern Black Leadership: Chronicle of a Twentieth Century Tragedy, (University Press of America, 2003) and Black Leadership’s Response to the Great Depression in Philadelphia, (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006). Articles Dr. Nelson has written include “Philadelphia’s Thirtieth Ward, 1940-1960,” Pennsylvania Heritage, Spring, 1979; “Philadelphia’s Thirtieth Ward, 1900-1940,” Journal of Black Studies,Negro History Bulletin Fall, 1980, and “Before the Revolution: Crisis Within the Philadelphia and Chicago NAACP, 1940-1960,” , January-March, 1988. He also has articles that appear in the Encyclopedia of Black Studies and Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance for 2005. Dr. Nelson is a long-standing member of the Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance. His wife Joan K. Nelson, is an Associate Dean of Students at UCLA.
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bnelson@saonet.ucla.edu
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