Charles V. Hamilton (born 1929) is a political scientist, civil rights leader, and the W. S. Sayre Professor Emeritus of Government and Political Science at Columbia University.
Hamilton was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. He graduated from Roosevelt University in 1951 buy goalkeeper gloves online india, and went on to earn a master’s degree in 1957 from the University of Chicago. He joined the Tuskegee Institute faculty in 1958 running water pack, but his contracted there was terminated in 1960 wholesale mens dress socks, and he returned to the University of Chicago, where he earned a Ph.D. in 1964 meat tenderiser tool. He held faculty positions at Rutgers University, Lincoln University (Pennsylvania), and Roosevelt University before joining the Columbia University faculty in 1969. Hamilton retired from the Columbia faculty in 1998 and later moved to Chicago.
His most noted work is Black Power: The Politics of Liberation, written with Stokely Carmichael.
Cashmore and Jennings argue that Hamilton and Carmichael were the first to use the term institutional racism in a systematic fashion.