This Fall's class -- which I'm excited and intrigued to be co-teaching with historian Alison Isenberg -- is featured in this month's issue of the Princeton Alumni Weekly. It's appropriate, since Harlan Joseph was, for six weeks in the summer of 1964, a student at Princeton University. He, and 39 other boys, were chosen to be part of a pilot program for the Upward Bound program, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and staffed by Princeton faculty and students. The more we delve into this program, the more interesting I find it. Upward Bound and the Princeton Cooperative Schools Program did so much to help integrate higher education, but it also reveals the naive optimism of the 60s era soc
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