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This generous gift of approximately 80 volumes offers both primary and secondary resources on Unitarian Universalist history, biography and theology. We are grateful to Dr. Tapp for this addition to the Spencer Library collection.

Some circulation restrictions may apply to the use of this collection.


ROBERT T. TAPP is professor emeritus of humanities, religious studies, and south Asian studies at the University of Minnesota and dean emeritus of The Humanist Institute. He received the Horace Mann Humanist Education Award, American Humanist Association (2005), and his writings include: Religion Among the Unitarian Universalists: Converts in the Stepfathers' House (1973); Editor, Multiculturalism (2000), Ecohumanism (2002), The Fate of Democracy (2006). Dr. Tapp was also managing editor for the founding of ZYGON: Journal of Religion and Science (1966).

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