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Clarence Senior

Clarence Senior, American educator. Member Board Education New York City, 1961-1968.; Member American, Rural sociological societies, International Union for Science Study Population, American Economics Association, Population Society American.

Background

  • Senior, Clarence was born on June 9, 1903 in Clinton, Missouri, United States. Son of Joseph C. and Maggie (Ollson) Senior.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Kansas, 1927. A.M., U. Missouri at Kansas City, 1941. Postgraduate U. Vienna, Internationallsche Volkshochschule, Elsinore, Denmark, 1928, 31.

      Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1955.

    Career

    • 1 son, Paul Norman. Field secretary Adult Education Association, Cleveland, also secretary Cleveland Labor College, 1927-1929. Nat. executive secretary Socialist party United States, 1929-1936. Labor editor Milwaukee Leader, 1937.

      Director Information Center of Americas, New York City, Washington, Mexico City, 1938-1941. Director Inter-American Institute, U. Kansas City, 1940-1942. Consultant United States-Mexico oil commissioner, 1942.

      Work on Latin American, Board Economics Warfare, 1942-1943. Field work, regional resources development project on Lat. American, National Planning Association, 1943-1944.

      Latin American research Foreign Economics Administration, Washington, 1944-1945. Director Social Science Research Center, U. P.R., 1945-1948. Research associate Bureau Applied Social Research, lecturer sociology Columbia, 1951-1960.

      Professor sociology Brooklyn College, City Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, 1961-1971, director Center for Migration Studies, 1965-1971. Consultant Department Labor, P.R., 1949-1969.

    Works

    • Author: The Puerto Rican Migrant in St. Croix, 1946. Puerto Rican Emigration, 1947. The Puerto Rican in New York City, 1948.

      Strangers and Neighbors, 1952, Land Reform and Democracy, 1958. The Puerto Ricans, 1965. Our Citizens from the Caribbean, 1965.

      Santiago Iglesias, Labor Crusader, 1972. Co-author
    • The Puerto Rican Journey, 1950. One America, 1951
    • Understanding Minority Groups, 1956.

      Jamaican Migration to Great Britain, 1956. The Caribbean Its Economy, 1955. In a Strange Land, 1961.

      The School Dropout, 1964. Imperatives in Education, 1965. The Assault on Poverty, 1966.

      The Status of Puerto Rico, 1966.

    Membership

    Member Board Education New York City, 1961-1968. Member American, Rural sociological societies, International Union for Science Study Population, American Economics Association, Population Society American.

    Connections

    • Married Ruth L. Miller, January 24, 1934.
    • father: Joseph C. Senior
    • mother: Maggie (Ollson) Senior
    • spouse: Ruth L. Miller
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    Died September 9, 1974
    (aged 71)
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