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Dr. John C. Walter

Professor Emeritus
Adjunct Professor, Department of History

Ph.D., University of Maine, 1972


Contact:

jcwalter@u.washington.edu

Professor Walter is the author of thirty-three learned articles and more than 100 reviews in such journals as The Journal of American History, The Georgia Historical Quarterly, The Western Historical Quarterly, Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Revista Inter-Americana, American Studies Today (United Kingdom) and the Seattle Times

He has been the recipient of several Mellon Research Grants for research on the African American woman, a Taft Research Fellowship for his work on “White Patronage of Black Artists in the Harlem Renaissance Era,” among other awards.  He received a Ford Foundation Grant for the oral history project “African American Athletes and the Color Line.” 

Dr. Walter wrote the lead essay on sports for the Encyclopedia of African American Culture and History in 1996, and a similar essay for the Encyclopedia of American Studies in 2001

Professor Walter has traveled widely in the U.S. and abroad.  To date, he has presented more than 100 scholarly lectures at colleges such as Davidson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the U.S. Naval Academy, the Citadel, Bard College, and at Duke, Toronto (Canada) and Brown Universities. 

Abroad, Professor Walter has lectured at the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, the Free University of Berlin, John Moores Liverpool University, Manchester Metropolitan University and the U.S. Embassy in London. 

Professor Walter regularly gives talks and speeches before civic organizations on African American topics, and ins in particular demand during Black History Month and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday celebrations. 

In December 2008 Dr. Walter will moderate a panel on new trends in African American literature at the University of Malaga (Malaga, Spain). 

  

Selected Bibliography

Books:

 Better Than the Best: Black Athletes Speak, 1920-2007, with Malina Iida (University of Washington Press, Winter 2011).   

Transforming the Curriculum: Ethnic Studies and Women’s Studies, co-edited with Dr. Johnnella E. Butler (Albany: SUNY Press, 1991).   

The Harlem Fox: J. Raymond Jones and Tammany, 1920-1970 (Albany: SUNY Press, 1989).  *Winner of the American Book Award, 1990.   

 

Articles in Books:

“The Influence of African American History on United States History Survey Textbooks Since the 1970s,” in Color-line to Borderlands: Ethnic Studies as Matrix in United States Higher Education, Ed. Johnnella E. Butler, Seattle: University of Washington Press, Fall 2002.

African Americans in American Sports: From Ante-Bellum to the Present,” Encyclopedia of African American Culture and History, Vol. 5. Macmillan Library Reference, U.S.A., 1996. Jack Salzman, David Lionel Smith, Cornel West, eds., pp. 2554-2561

“Gender and the Transformation of a Survey Course in African American History,” Transforming the Curriculum: Ethnic Studies and Women Studies, Butler, Johnnella E. and Walter, John C., eds., SUNY Press, 1991.

“Private Foundation Grants, to American Ethnic Studies Departments and Programs 1972-1988: Patterns and Prospects,” Transforming the Curriculum: Ethnic Studies and Women Studies, Butler, Johnnella E. and Walter, John C., eds., SUNY Press, 1991.

“Praxis and the Prospect of Curriculum Transformation,” Transforming the Curriculum: Ethnic Studies and Women Studies, Butler, Johnnella E. and Walter, John C., eds., SUNY Press, 1991.

 “The Black Athlete in America,” lead article for the Encyclopedia of American Studies, Fall, 2001.

“Thurgood Marshall,” Encylcyopedia of American Studies, Fall, 2001.

“Franklin D. Roosevelt and Naval Rearmament, 1932-1938,” FDR: The Man, The Myth, The Era, 1882-1945, Rosenbaum, Herbert B., and Bartelme, Elizabeth, eds., Greenwood Press, 1988.

 “Ambassador W. Averill Harriman” and “Lend-Lease,” Franklin D. Roosevelt, His Life and Times: An Encyclopedic View, Graham, Jr., Otis L., and Wander, Meghan Robinson, eds., G.K. Hall and Co., 1985.

“George Wallace Melville,” Dictionary of American Military Biography, Spiller, Roger J., and Dawson, Joseph G., eds. Greenwood Press, 1985.

“Admiral William H. Standley, CNO,” The Chiefs of U.S. Naval Operations, Love, Jr., Robert William, ed. Naval Institute Press, 1980.

“Public Administration and Minorities,” New Readings in Public Administration, Kim, Jae T., ed., Kendall/Hunt Publishers, 1980.

 

Journal Articles:

 "The State of New York and the Legal Struggle to Desegregate the American Bowling Congress, 1944-1950.", with Malina Iida. Afro-Americans in New York Life and History. January 2011.

 "More than Sports: How Hubert H. Humphrey and the United Auto Workers Union Helped to Achieve the Desegregation of bowling in America, 1946-1950.", with Malina Iida. American Studies Today, Issue 18, September 2009 and http://www.americansc.org.uk/Online/index.htm#Sport, U.K.

“Muhammad Ali: Exemplar to the World,” John Moores University, Liverpool, U.K., American Studies Resource Centre, World Wide Web Publications, October 16, 2007.  http://www.americansc.org.uk/online/Ali.htm.

 “The Anglophone Caribbean Immigrant and Partisan Politics in New York City, 1900-1972,” Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life & History, Vol. 30, No. 1, January 2006.

 “The Integration of the American Bowling Congress: The Buffalo Experience,” Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 29, No. 2, July 2005.

“The Harmon Foundation and the Sponsorship of Art in Africa, 1935-1968,” Contours: A Journal of the African Diaspora, University of Illinois Press, Fall, 2003, Vol. 1, No. 2.

 “Problems and Possibilities for Black Studies in the 21st Century,” Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 26, No. 2, July 2002.

“Muhammad Ali: The Quintessential American,” John Moores University, Liverpool, U.K., American Studies Resource Centre, World Wide Web Publications, Summer, 1999.
http://www.americansc.org.uk/Online/Forum/muhammad_ali.htm.

“The Changing Status of the Black Athlete in 20th Century USA,” American Studies Today, Summer, 1996, City of Liverpool Community College, England.

“Who is Clarence Thomas?,” The Seattle Times, July, 1991.

“The Struggle Against Racism,” Madelaine, Smith College Yearbook, p. 77, 1987.

“Enterprise Zones: Conservative Ideology or Free Floating Political Fantasy,” Simon's Rock of Bard College Bulletin, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter, 1984.

“Politics and Africanity in West Indian Society,” Politics and the African Legacy, The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society, Brown University, August 1984.

“Tax Exemptions For All-White Schools,” Minority Voices, Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring 1983.

“Frank R. Crosswaith, the Negro Labor Committee, and the Development of the Labor Movement in Harlem, 1939-1945,” The Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Summer 1983.

 “The West Indian Immigrant: 'Those Arrogant Bastards,'” Contributions in Black Studies, No. 5, No. 2, 1981-1982.

“The Caribbean Immigrant Impulse in American Life, 1900-1930,” Revista Inter-Americana (University of Puerto Rico), Spring 1983.

“Congressman Carl Vinson of Georgia vs. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Naval Preparedness and the Coming of World War II, 1933-1939,” The Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. LXIV, No. 3, Fall, 1980.

“Frank R. Crosswaith and the Negro Labor Committee in Harlem, 1925-1939,” Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 3, No. 2, July 1979.

 “Exploding a Myth: F.D.R. and the Politics of U.S. Naval Expansion During the New Deal,” Shipmate, U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association, Vol. 41, No. 8, October 1978.

“The Role of the Caribbean Immigrant in the Harlem Renaissance,” Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1977.

“The Failure of the West Indian Federation,” Studies in Modernization, Purdue University, 1972. 

Book Reviews:

Amy Ashwood Garvey: Pan-Africanist, Feminist, and Mrs. Marcus Garvey No. 1, Or, A Tale of Two Amies, by Tony Martin, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life & History, July 2008, Vol. 32, No. 2.  

Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson, by Geoffrey C. Ward, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life & History, January 2006, Vol. 31, No. 1. 

John Brown, Abolitionist:  The Man Who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights, by David S. Reynolds, The Seattle Times, May 1, 2005.

Fighting for America: Black Soldiers, the Unsung Heroes of World War II, by Christopher Paul Moore, The Seattle Times, February 20, 2005.

Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson, by Geoffrey C. Ward, The Seattle Times, December 5, 2004.

All Deliberate Speed: Reflections on the First Half Century of Brown v. Board of Education, by Charles J. Ogletree Jr., The Seattle Times, May 16, 2004.

The Rebellious Slave: Nat Turner in American Memory, by Scot French, The Seattle Times, February 22, 2004.

Separate and Unequal: Homer Plessy and the Supreme Court Decision that Legalized Racism, by Harvey Fireside, The Seattle Times, February 15, 2004.

Bound For the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman, Portrait of an American Hero, by Kate Clifford Larson, The Seattle Times, February 8, 2004.

Smashing Barriers: Race and Sport in the New Millennium, by Richard Lapchick, International Journal of the History of Sport, September, 2003.

A Murder in Virginia: Southern Justice on Trial, by Suzanne Lebsock, The Seattle Times, May 23, 2003.

Interracial Intimacies: Sex, Marriage, Identity, and Adoption, by Randall Kennedy, The Seattle Times, March 21, 2003.

Mulatto America At the Crossroads of Black and White Culture: A Social History, by Stephen Talty, The Seattle Times, February 23, 2003.

The Hellfighters of Harlem: African American Soldiers Who Fought for the Right to Fight for Their Country, by Bill Harris, The Seattle Times, February 16, 2003.

Our Land Before We Die, by Jeff Guinn, The Seattle Times, February 2, 2003.

Jim Crow’s Children: The Broken Promise of the Brown Decision, by Peter Irons, The Seattle Times, September 15, 2002.

The Sweet Hell Inside: A Family History, by Edward Ball, The Seattle Times, January 13, 2002.

Racist America: Roots Current Realities and Future Reparations, by Joe R. Feagin, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, July 31, 2001.

The Atlantic Sound, by Caryl Phillips, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Spring, 2001.

One Drop of Blood: The American Misadventure with Race, by Scott L. Malcomson, The Seattle Times, October 15, 2000.

Masks: Blackness, Race, and the Imagination, by Adam Lively, The Seattle Times, May 21, 2000.

The Messenger Reader: Stories, Poetry and Essays from The Messenger Magazine, edited by Sondra Kathryn Wilson, The Seattle Times, February 27, 2000.

Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We are Afraid to Talk About It by Jon Entine,  The Seattle Times, February 27, 2000.

Homelands and Waterways: The American Journey of the Bond Family, 1846-1926, by Adele Logan, The Seattle Times, August 29, 1999.

Seventh Child: A Family Memoir of Malcolm X, by Rodnell P. Collins with A. Peter Bailey, The Seattle Times, February 21, 1999.

The Right to Fight: A History of African Americans in the Military, by Gerald Astor, The Seattle Times, February 7, 1999.

Rituals of Blood: Consequences of Slavery over Two American Centuries, by Orlando Patterson, The Seattle Times, February 7, 1999.

Playing for Keeps: Michael Jordan and the World He Made, by David Halberstam, The Seattle Times, January 31, 1999.

The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by Clayborne Carson, The Seattle Times, January 17, 1999.

Harlem at War: The Black Experience in World War II, by Nat Brandt, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 23 No. 1, January, 1999.

Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary, by Juan Williams, The Seattle Times, October 25, 1998.

Walking with the Wind: A Memoir of the Movement, by John Lewis, with Michael D’Oorso, The Seattle Times, August 16, 1998.

Jackie Robinson: A Biography, by Arnold Rampersad, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, July 31, 1998.

The New Deal’s Black Congressman: A Life of Arthur Wergs Mitchell, by Dennis Nordin, The Journal of American History, June, 1998.

Trouble in Mind: Black Southerners in the Age of Jim Crow, by Leon F. Litwack, The Seattle Times, May 10, 1998.

The Trials of Anthony Burns: Freedom and Slavery in Emerson’s Boston, by Albert J. von Frank, The Seattle Times, April 12, 1998.

Black Genius and the American Experience, by Dick Russell, The Seattle Times, April 5, 1998.

In Search of the Racial Frontier: African Americans in the American West, by Quintard Taylor, The Seattle Times, March 8, 1998.

Harlem at War: The Black Experience in World War II, by Nat Brandt, The Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, March, 1998.

The Ordeal of Integration, by Orlando Patterson, The Seattle Times, February 22, 1998.

The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440-1870, by Hugh Thomas, The Seattle Times, February 1, 1998.

Restoring Hope: Conversations on the Future of Black America, by Cornel West, The Seattle Times, December 21, 1997.

Jackie Robinson: A Biography, by Arnold Rampersad, The Seattle Times, September 28, 1997.

Black Jacks: African American Seamen in the Age of Sail, by Jeffery Bolster, The Seattle Times, June 22, 1997.

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Man, by Henry Luis Gates, Jr., The Seattle Times, March 16, 1997.

Darwin’s Athletes: How Sport Has Damaged Black America and Preserved the Myth of Race, by John Hoberman, The Seattle Times, March 2, 1997.

The Tao of Muhammad Ali, by Davis Miller, The Seattle Times, February 2, 1997.

Have No Fear: The Charles Evers Story, by Charles Evers and Andrew Szanton Wiley, The Seattle Times, January 19, 1997.

The Coming Race War in America: A Wake-Up Call, by Carl T. Rowan, The Seattle Times, December 11, 1996.

An Easy Burden: The Civil Rights Movement and the Transformation of America, by Andrew Young, The Seattle Times, November 10, 1996.

Working People of California, edited by Daniel Cornford, Western Historical Quarterly, Autumn, 1996.

Jessie: The Life and Pilgrimage of Jessie Jackson, by Marshall Frady, The Seattle Times, July 14, 1996.

Like Judgment Day: The Ruin and Redemption of a Town Called Rosewood, by Michael D’Orso, The Seattle Times, May 5, 1996.

The Future of the Race, by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Cornel West, The Seattle Times, April 7, 1996.

Social Roles of Sport in Caribbean Societies, by Michael Malec, Caribbean Studies, Vol. 9, March, 1996.

Showing My Color: Impolite Essays on Race and Identity, by Clarence Page, The Seattle Times, March 17, 1996.

Speak My Name: Black Men on Masculinity and the American Dream, by Don Belton, ed., The Seattle Times, February 18, 1996.

Living to Tell About It: Young Black Men in America Speak Their Pieces, by Darrell Dawsey, and Uprising: Crips and Bloods Tell the Story of America’s Youth in the Crossfire, by Yusuf Jah and Sister Shah’Keyah, The Seattle Times, January 14, 1996.

Silver Rights, by Constance Curry, The Seattle Times, November 19, 1995.

Woodholme: A Black Man’s Story of Growing Up Alone, by DeWayne Wickham, The Seattle Times, August 6, 1995.

Long Time Coming: A Black Athlete’s Coming-of-Age in America, by Chet Walker with Chris Messenger, The Seattle Times, July 2, 1995.

Masters of the Dream: The Strength and Betrayal of Black Americans, by Alan L. Keyes, The Seattle Times, April 16, 1995.

Speak Now Against the Day: The Generation Before the Civil Rights Movement in the South, by John Egerton, The Seattle Times, February 5, 1995.

Black Judges on Justice, by Linn Washington, The Seattle Times, January 15, 1995.

And Gently He Shall Lead Them: Robert Parris Moses and Civil Rights in Mississippi, by Eric Burner, Choice, September, 1994.

A Journey into the Philosophy of Alain Locke, by Johnny Washington, Choice. July/August 1994.

The Shadow of the Panther: Huey Newton and the Price of Black Power in America, by Hugh Pearson, The Seattle Times, August 21, 1994.

The Forging of a Black Community: Seattle’s Central District, from 1870 Through the Civil Rights Era, by Quintard Taylor, The Seattle Times, July 17, 1994.

Civil Rights and Wrongs: A Memoir of Race and Politics, 1944-1994, by Harry Ashmore, The Seattle Times, July 10, 1994.

The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness, by Paul Gilroy, Choice. May, 1994.

The Search for Africa: History, Culture, Politics, by Basil Davidson, The Seattle Times, May 1, 1994.

On the Real Side: Laughing, Lying, and Signifying -- the Underground Tradition of African-American Humor That Transformed American Culture, from Slavery to Richard Prior by Mel Watkins, The Seattle Times, February 20,1994.

American Slavery, 1619-1877 by Peter Kolchin, The Seattle Times, December 12, 1993.

Ralph Bunche: An American Life by Brian Urquhart, The Seattle Times, November 14, 1993.

W.E.B. DuBois: Biography of a Race, 1868-1919 by David Levering Lewis, The Seattle Times, November 7, 1993.

Queen Bess: Daredevil Aviator by Doris G. Rich, The Seattle Times, October 10, 1993.

Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years by Sarah and A. Elizabeth Delany, with Amy Hill Hearth, The Seattle Times, September 26, 1993.

True to My Native Land (manuscript review) for University Press of America, Inc., Lanham, MD, June 28, 1993.

Days of Grace: A Memoir by Arthur Ashe and Arnold Rampersand, The Seattle Times, June 27, 1993.

King of the Cats: The Life and Times of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. by Wil Haygood, The Seattle Times, April 11, 1993.

Buppies, B-Boys, Baps and Bohos: Notes on Post-Soul Black Culture by Nelson George, and Black Popular Culture: A Project by Michele Wallace, edited by Gina Dent, The Seattle Times, February 28, 1993.

The Color Complex: The Politics of Skin Color Among African Americans by Kathy Russell, Midge Wilson and Ronald Hall, The Seattle Times, February 21, 1993.

Colin Powell: Soldier/Statesman -- Statesman/Soldier by Howard Means, The Seattle Times, February 14, 1993.

Thurgood Marshall: Warrior at the Bar, Rebel on the Bench by Michael D. Davis and Hunter R. Clark, The Seattle Times, February 7, 1993.

Dream Makers, Dream Breakers: The World of Justice Thurgood Marshall by Carl L. Rowan, The Seattle Times, February 7, 1993.

The Black Man’s Burden: Africa and the Curse of the Nation State by Basil Davidson, for Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 17. No. 1, January 1993.

Ota Benga: The Pygmy in the Zoo, by Philips Verner Bradford and Harvey Blume, The Seattle Times, December 20, 1992.

Slim’s Table by Mitchell Duneier, The Seattle Times, November 1, 1992.

Singing the Master: The Emergence of African American Culture in the Plantation South, The Seattle Times, August 23, 1992.

The Black Man's Burden: Africa and the Curse of the Nation State, by Basil Davidson, The Seattle Times, August 9, 1992.

Race: How Blacks and Whites Think and Feel about the American Obsession, by Studs Terkel, The Seattle Times, May 3, 1992.

The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Volume 1, ed. by Clayborne Carson, Ralph E. Lucker and Penny Russell, The Seattle Times, February 23, 1992.

Elevating the Game: Black Men and Basketball, by Nelson George, The Seattle Times, February 9, 1992.

Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby by Steven Carter, The Seattle Times, September 15, 1991.

Blackball Stars: Negro League Pioneers, by John B. Holway, International Journal of Sport History, (London, Great Britain) Vol. 8, No. 2., September, 1991. (With Katharine Bolland).

The Adventures of Amos and Andy: A Social History of an American Phenomenon by Melvin Patrick Healy, The Seattle Times, July 28, 1991.

The Promised Land: The Great Black Migration and How it Changed America by Nicholas Lemann, The Seattle Times, March 31, 1991.

Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.: American by Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., The Seattle Times, March 24, 1991.

Free at Last?: The Civil Rights Movement and the People Who Made It by Fred Powledge, The Seattle Times, February 24, 1991.

Frederick Douglass by William S. McFeely, The Seattle Times, January 20, 1991.

Winslow Homer's Images of Blacks: The Civil War and Reconstruction Years by Peter H. Wood and Karen C.C. Dalton, Choice Review, February 1990.

Visions of a Liberated Future: Black Arts Movement Writings by Larry Neal, Choice Review, February 1990.

Blacks Who Stole Themselves: Advertisements for Runaways in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1790 by Billy G. Smith and Richard Wojtowicz, Choice Review, November 1989.

Afro-American Women of the South and the Advancement of the Race, 1895-1925 by Cynthia Neverdon-Morton, Choice Review, October 1989.

A Mob Intent on Death: The NAACP and the Arkansas Riot Cases by Richard L. Cortner, Choice Review, May 1988.

Rasta and Resistance: From Marcus Garvey to Walter Rodney by Horace Campbell, Choice Review, May 1988.

Assata, an Autobiography by Assata Shakur, Choice Review, May 1988.

Black and Red: W.E.B. DuBois and the Afro-American Response to the Cold War, 1944-1963 by Gerald Horne, Choice Review, Vol. 23, No. 1, June 1986.

The Pan-African Connection From Slavery to Garvey and Beyond by Tony Martin, New England Journal of Black Studies, No. 3, 1983.

This Was Harlem: A Cultural Portrait, 1900-1950 by Jervis Anderson, New York History, LXIII/4, October 1982.

Hard Trials On My Way: Slavery and the Struggle Against It, 1800-1860 by John Anthony Scott, Explorations in Ethnic Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1979.

Black Men, White Cities by Ira Katznelson, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1977.

A Passion for Equality by Nick and Mary Lynn Kotz, UMOJA, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1977.

 

Research Interests 

1.       African American History: The Colonial Period to the Present. 

2.      African Americans and U.S. Law. 

3.      Caribbean Immigrants. 

4.      The Black Athlete. 

 

Research and Writing in Progress 

Research: 

The Desegregation of Bowling in America, 1944-1950.

 

Writing: 

1.      “Hubert H. Humphrey and the Desegregation of Bowling in America, 1946-1950.” (Under consideration, Minnesota History.)  

2.      “The State of New York and the Legal Struggle to Desegregate the American Bowling Congress, 1945-1950.”  (Under consideration, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Life and History.) 

 

Leadership 

1.      Chairman, National Council for Black Studies, New England Region, 1987-1989.   

2.      Vice president, National Association for Ethnic Studies, 1987-1989. 

3.      President, National Association for Ethnic Studies, 1989-1991.  

 

Editorship 

Series co-editor (with Dr. Johnnella E. Butler), American Ethnic and Cultural Studies, University of Washington Press.

 

Courses Taught

 

Undergraduate:  

1.      African American History: Survey, 1619-2004. 

2.      History of the South Since the Civil War. 

3.      Blacks and American Law, 1619 to Present. 

4.      The African American Woman and the Feminist Movement, 1830 to Present. 

5.      The Sixties in America: Conflict, Confrontation and Concession. 

6.      The Jazz Age: 1917-1932. 

7.      Sports and Social Change in Twentieth Century America. 

8.      Music and Social Change in the Civil Rights Era: 1950-1972. 

 

Undergraduate Seminars: 

1.      Afro-American History: Problems in 20th Century Black America. 

2.      African American History – Selected Topics. 

3.      Black Political History, 1920 to Present. 

4.      Senior Research Seminar in Black Studies. 

 

Graduate Courses: 

1.      African American History, 1619-1877: A Graduate Field Course (UW History Department). 

2.      African American History, 1877-1990: A Graduate Field Course (UW History Department). 

3.      Seminar in African American History: I (UW History Department). 

4.      Seminar in African American History: II (UW History Department). 

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