Professor of History, Howard University, 2003-
Chair, Department of History, HU, 2005-2009
Assoc. Prof. of History, University of Florida, 2000-2002.
Director, African American Studies, UFL, 2000-2002.
Assoc. Prof. of History, Columbia University, 1997- 2000.
Assist.Prof. of History, Columbia University, 1993-1997.
Ph.D. Stanford University, History, January, 1994.
B.A. Marquette University, December 1984.
Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship for Minority Scholars, 1995-1996.
Carter G. Woodson Institute Fellowship, 1991-1993.
Mrs. Giles Whiting Fellowship, 1990-1991.
Patricia Harris Fellowship, 1985-1988.
1998 James A. Rawley Prize of the Organization of American Historians for the best work on race relations
history in the United States.
Ralph Metcalf Mini-Chair, Marquette University, April 1997.
Scholar-in-Residence, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 1995-1996.
Editor, Carter G. Woodson's Appeal, Washington, D.C.: The ASALH Press, 2008.
Editor, The Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson. Washington, D. C.: The ASALH Press, 2005.
Contempt and Pity: Social Policy and the Image of the Black Psyche, 1880-1996. Chapel Hill: University of
North Carolina Press, 1997.
“White Supremacy and the Question of Black Citizenship in the Post Emancipation South,” in Creating Citizenship in the Nineteenth Century South,” edited by William A. Link, David Brown, Martyn Bone, and Brian Ward. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, (May 2013).
“Postwar Pluralism, Brown v Board of Education and the Origins of Multiculturalism." Journal of American
History June 2004.
"The Politics of Pathology." Journal of Policy History 8 (Winter 1996): 81-105.
"Justifying Equality." Educational Foundations 10 (Summer 1996): 47-68..
"Jobs Matter," A Review of When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor by William J.
Wilson. The African American Review 32 (Fall 1998): 493-495.
Won the Organization of American Historians' 1998 James Rawley Prize for the best book on Race Relations
ASALH's re-issue of Carter G. Woodson's The-Mis-Education of the Negro, 2005
Published for the first time by the ASALH Press in 2008, Carter G. Woodson's Appeal was written in 1921. For more information, go to www.lostmanuscript.com
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