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Transcripts of courses and grades are not necessary. Presentation of oral and demonstrative evidence in the trial process. In July of 2013, with the support of the Social Sciences Division at the University of Chicago, I went to Louisiana to investigate the organizational roots and practices of a mostly forgotten vigilante group active during Reconstruction known as the White League. Fellowships are focused on strong model of mentorship in their participating departments, geared towards maximizing scholarly productivity and professional development.

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