Fourteen undergraduate and graduate
curricula focus on different groups,
including (among others) African Americans,
Asian Americans, Native Americans, Latinos,
Eastern Europeans, Middle Easterners,
women, and different religious groups.
Drawing upon the methodologies and interests
of the historical and social sciences,
each guide will consist of individual
lecture units with content summaries,
questions for discussion and suggested
The curriculum guides
are useful both in their entirety, and
as individual units which may be selected
to integrate the study of philanthropy
and voluntarism into existing courses.
Included are undergraduate and graduate
materials, as well as several extesion-level
course guides which draw on the needs
and concerns of the nonprofit community.
The guides are part of the Multicultural
Curriculum Development Project funded
by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
The guides are available
Printed and bound volumes of
most of the guides are available.
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