Alumni Fellows

Year Name Project Fellowship
2018-2019 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Latin America and the Caribbean Image of the Black in Western Art Fellow
2018-2019 Lakeyta M. Bonnette-Bailey What’s on Your Radio?: Political Rap Music and Racial Attitudes Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2018-2019 Kinitra Brooks The Conjure Woman’s Garden: Black Women’s Rootworking Traditions Advancing Equity Through Research Fellow
2018-2019 Huey Copeland In the Shadow of the Negress: Modern Artistic Practice in the Transatlantic World Richard D. Cohen Fellow
2018-2019 Robyn d’Avignon Making ‘Artisanal’ Miners: Gold and Subterranean Knowledge on the West African Savannah McMillan-Stewart Fellow
2018-2019 Pablo D. Herrera Veitia Hearing Afro-Cuban Rap Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2018-2019 Mary Hicks Africa/Brazil: Black Mariners and the World of South Atlantic Slavery Mark Claster Mamolen Fellow
2018-2019 Peter Hulme Wilfred A. Domingo: “One of the chief trouble-makers among the Negroes” Stuart Hall Fellow
2018-2019 Rumbi Katedza Refugees and Homeland J. M. D. Manyika Fellow
2018-2019 Antonia Lant Ancient Egypt and Race in American Visual Culture (1895–1939) Richard D. Cohen Fellow
2018-2019 Lwazi Lushaba South African Studies and the Question of Decolonisation Mandela Mellon Fellow
2018-2019 Shirley Moody-Turner Privately Printed: Anna Julia Cooper and the Gender Politics of Black Publishing Hutchins Fellow
2018-2019 Matthew D. Morrison Blacksound: Making Race & Popular Music in the U.S. Hutchins Fellow
2018-2019 Akua Naru The Keeper Project Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2018-2019 Oluwasegun Romeo Oriogun The Emergence of Queer Voices in African Literature Institute of International Education Artist Protection Fund Fellow and Harvard Scholar at Risk Fellow
2018-2019 Christopher Ouma African Diasporic Literature Mandela Mellon Fellow
2018-2019 ZZ Packer The Thousands Hutchins Fellow
2018-2019 Giuseppe Pipitone How’s Life in London? Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2018-2019 Michael Ralph Before 13th: The Origins of Convict Leasing Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2018-2019 Leah Wright Rigueur Black Men in a White House Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2018-2019 Nicholas Rinehart Narrative Events: Slavery, Testimony, and Temporality in the Afro-Atlantic World Porter-Wesley Fellow
2018-2019 Derron Wallace Seeking A Safe Way to School: Black Caribbean Youth Negotiating Police Surveillance in London and New York City Stuart Hall Fellow
2018-2019 Jessica Welburn Paige Die Hard City: Public Sector Contraction and the Experiences of African Americans in Detroit Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2017-2018 Zelalem Kibret Beza The Legal and Practical Notion of Digital Civil Disobedience (DCD) and a Legal Toolkit for DCD Activists all over the World Scholar-at-Risk Fellow
2017-2018 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Latin America and the Caribbean Image of the Black Archive & Library Fellow
2017-2018 Kurt Campbell To Write as a Boxer: Affect, Disability and Re-signification in the Text of the Blinded South African Pugilist Andrew Jeptha Mandela Mellon Fellow
2017-2018 Myisha Cherry Can you Find it in your Heart to Forgive?: Race, Forgiveness Requests, & Superficial Repair Advancing Equity Through Research Fellow
2017-2018 Christa Clarke The Activist Collector: Recovering the Story of an African American Woman in Pre-Apartheid South Africa Hutchins Fellow
2017-2018 Cassi Pittman Claytor Black Privilege and Black Power: Black Consumers Managing Race and Racial Stigma Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2017-2018 Jean-Christophe Cloutier Archival Vagabonds Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2017-2018 Genevieve Dempsey Saints of the African Diaspora: Voicing Race, Gender, and Politics in Brazilian Congado Mark Claster Mamolen Fellow
2017-2018 Martha Diaz Time Is Illmatic: The Journey, Music, and Legacy of Nasir Jones Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2017-2018 Zebulon Dingley Ndani: An Historical Ethnography of Kinship, Capital, and the Occult on the South Coast of Kenya Porter-Wesley Fellow
2017-2018 LaFleur Stephens-Dougan Race-ing for Votes: How Candidates Use Negative Racial Appeals to Win White Votes Hutchins Fellow
2017-2018 Matheus Gato Race Relations in Brazil Afro-Latin American Research Institute Fellow
2017-2018 Adam Habib Student Protests in South Africa Hutchins Fellow
2017-2018 Tef Poe (Kareem Jackson) Universe of Insanity: Culture Shock and the Black American Experience Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2017-2018 Julie Kleinman Borders in the Capital: Public Space, Immigration, and the Making of an African Hub in France McMillan-Stewart Fellow
2017-2018 Nomusa Makhubu ArtRage and the Politics of Reconciliation Mandela Mellon Fellow
2017-2018 Myles Osborne The World of Mau Mau: Pan-Africanism and Rural Society in the Caribbean Hutchins Fellow
2017-2018 Shenaz Patel Resisting the Blackout Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2017-2018 Belén Vega Pichaco Dance, Identity and Politics: the Claim for Afro-Cubanity through the First Revolutionary Decade (1959-1969) Afro-Latin American Research Institute Fellow
2017-2018 Jenny Sharpe Immaterial Archives: Lost Pasts, Salvaged Futures Stuart Hall Fellow
2017-2018 Wole Soyinka Beyond Aesthetics: Use, Abuse, and Dissonance in African Art Traditions Cohen Fellow
2016-2017 Harry Allen Hypertext Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2016-2017 John Ataguba Comparative Political Economy of Health Sector Reforms: Lesson for South Africa from the United States Mandela Mellon Fellow
2016-2017 Abidemi Babalola The Early Glass Working Industry at Igbo Olokun, Ile-Ife Nigeria McMillan-Stewart Fellow
2016-2017 Gaiutra Bahadur The Woman from America Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2016-2017 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art Image of the Black Archive & Library Fellow
2016-2017 NoViolet Bulawayo Glory J. M. D. Manyika Fellow
2016-2017 Christian Ayne Crouch Queen Victoria's Captives Hutchins Fellow
2016-2017 Petrina Dacres Art and Historicity: The Commemorative Public Image in Postcolonial Jamaica Stuart Hall Fellow
2016-2017 Dawn-Elissa Fischer Racialized Sexuality and Gender Representations in Hiphop and Anime Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2016-2017 Nikki A. Greene Rhythms of Glue, Grease, Grime, and Glitter: The Body in Contemporary African American Art Richard D. Cohen Fellow
2016-2017 Thomas Healy Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2016-2017 Al-Yasha Ilhaam Slavery through the Discipline of Philosophy United Negro College Fund Mellon Fellow
2016-2017 John Jennings Remixing The Trap: Race, Space, and the Speculative South Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
2016-2017 Adrienne Kennedy Discovering What A Writer is: Exploration of 1929 Atlanta University Scrapbook of my mother Etta Hawkins Hutchins Family Fellow
2016-2017 Marixa Lasso The Lost Towns of the Canal Zone Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2016-2017 Márcia Lima Brazil's Racial Inequalities and Regional Variations: Recent Changes and Age-Old Challenges Afro-Latin American Research Insitute Fellowship
2016-2017 Treva Lindsey Hear Our Screams: A Contemporary History of State and State Sanctioned Violence Against Black Women and Girls Research on Women and Girls of Color Fellow
2016-2017 Xolela Mangcu Projects on Harold Washington and Nelson Mandela Harry Oppenheimer Fellowship
2016-2017 Ivor Miller Cuban Lukumí Bàtá: Ajúbà to Oba Ilu Mark Claster Mamolen Fellowship
2016-2017 Ingrid Monson The Blurred Lines Infringement Case: Copyright and African American Music Hutchins Fellow
2016-2017 Jacqueline Rivers The Power of Racial Socialization: A Form of Non-Elite Cultural Capital Hutchins Fellow
2016-2017 Lorena Rizzo Shades of Difference: Photography and the Grammar of Race in Southern Colonial Africa Oppenheimer Fellow
2016-2017 Candacy Taylor Sites of Sanctuary: The Negro Motorist Green Book Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2015-2016 Wlamyra Albuquerque Racialization of Brazilian Society Afro-Latin American Research Institute Fellow
2015-2016 Floretta Boonzaier Reading the past in the present: Historicizing Violence Against Women in South Africa Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2015-2016 Regina N. Bradley Chronicling Stankonia: Recognizing America’s Hip Hop South Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
2015-2016 Vincent Brown The Coromantee War: An Archipelago of Insurrection Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2015-2016 Kerry Chance Living Politics Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2015-2016 Wallace Chuma Shaping South African Media Policy: Principles, Pressures and Possibilities Mandela Mellon Fellowship
2015-2016 Beekan Guluma Erena The Oromo Students’ Demands for Justice and Democracy, and Violent Repression by the Ethiopian Government Scholar-at-Risk Fellowship
2015-2016 Shahira Fahmy Subcrontracting Architecture: Surveillance Architecture Hutchins Fellow
2015-2016 Cheryl Finley Re-Imagining the Grand Tour: Routes of Contemporary African Diaspora Art Richard D. Cohen Fellowship
2015-2016 Victor Fowler A research on how North American blacks look, analyze and understand black Cubans since last years of XIX century to the beginnings of Cuban revolution. Mark Claster Mamolen Fellowship
2015-2016 Roshan Galvaan Disrupting Traditions: Developing Contextually Relevant Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Knowledge in South Africa Mandela Mellon Fellowship
2015-2016 Sharon Harley Re-Reading W. E. B. Du Bois’ Life and Scholarship through a Gendered Lens Hutchins Fellowship
2015-2016 Linda Heywood Queen Njinga a Mbandi: History, Gender, Memory and Nation in Angola and Brazil Hutchins Fellow
2015-2016 Kellie Jones ‘Art is an Excuse,’ Conceptual Strategies 1968-1983 Genevieve McMillian-Reba Strewart Fellowship
2015-2016 Bettina L. Love Get Free: Hip Hop Civics Education Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
2015-2016 Christopher "Dasan Ahanu" Massenburg Lyricism in Hiphop Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
2015-2016 Sanyu A. Mojola Race, Health and Inequality: Producing an HIV Epidemic in the Shadow of the Capitol Hutchins Fellow
2015-2016 Sarah Nuttall The Anthropocene, African Aesthetics and the Politics of Form Oppenheimer Fellow
2015-2016 Jonathan Rieder Crossing Over Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2015-2016 Silvia Valero Afro-descendancy in the Afro-Hispanic Literature and Audiovisual Works of the 21st Century: Refoundations and Political Identities Afro-Latin American Research Institute Fellowship
2015-2016 Mark R. Warren Building an Educational Justice Movement: Organizing against the School to Prison Pipeline College Board Fellow
2014-2015 Franco Barchiesi Liberal State Formation, Racialization, and Labor Regimes across the Atlantic, 1890s-1920s Larry Donnell Andrews Fellowship
2014-2015 Devyn Spence Benson Not Blacks, But Citizens: Race and Revolution in Cuba Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellowship
2014-2015 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2014-2015 Damon Burchell-Sajnani Deepening Democracy ‘Galsen’ Style: HipHop and Civil Society in Senegal Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
2014-2015 Kerry Chance Living Politics Oppenheimer Fellow
2014-2015 Kathleen Neal Cleaver Memories of Love and War Caperton Fellowship
2014-2015 Caroline Elkins Empire on Trial: Mau Mau and the High Court of Justice Hutchins Fellowship
2014-2015 Murray Forman Old in the Game: Age and Aging in Hip-Hop Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
2014-2015 Philippe Girard Toussaint Louverture: A Biography Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellowship
2014-2015 Gregg Hecimovich The Life and Times of Hannah Crafts: The True Story of The Bondwoman's Narrative Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellowship
2014-2015 Carrie Lambert-Beatty Beyond Skepticism: artists and everyday epistemology since 1992 McMillan-Stewart Fellowship
2014-2015 Sarah Lewis Black Sea, Black Atlantic: Frederick Douglass, the Circassian Beauties, and American Racial Formation in the Wake of the Civil War Dorothy Porter & Charles Harris Wesley Fellowship
2014-2015 Wahbie Long A history of 'relevance' in psychology Mandela Mellon Fellowship
2014-2015 Xolela Mangcu Projects on Harold Washington and Nelson Mandela Oppenheimer Fellowship
2014-2015 Beatriz Marcheco-Teruel Reconstructing the history of admixture and the African Genealogy by DNA studies Hutchins Fellowship
2014-2015 Kate Masur Remaking American Liberty: Race and Due Process from Abolitionism to Civil War Larry Donnell Andrews Fellowship
2014-2015 Steven Nelson Mapping Blackness in African and Afro-Atlantic Art Cohen Fellowship
2014-2015 Elio Rodriguez Corridas y Venidas Cohen and Afro-Latin American Research Institute Fellow
2014-2015 Kate le Roux An equity perspective on the transition from school mathematics to and through the mathematical discourses valued in quantitative disciplines at university Mandela Mellon Fellowship
2014-2015 Maria Sanchez The Imagination of Slavery Hutchins Fellowship
2014-2015 Woody Shaw III Biography on the life and music of Woody Shaw (1944-1989) Hutchins Fellowship
2014-2015 Maria Tatar The Annotated African-American Folktales Hutchins Fellowship
2014-2015 Marial Iglesias Utset A Creole Family and Its Slaves in Saint-Domingue and Cuba: A Narrative of a Trans-Atlantic Experience  
2013-2014 Abongwe Bangeni Black South African students’ engagement with legal cases: Making the tacit explicit in academic law Mandela Mellon Fellow
2013-2014 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2013-2014 Lauren Coyle Dual Sovereigns in the Golden Twilight: Law, Land, and Sacrificial Labor in Ghana Dorothy Porter & Charles Harris Wesley Fellow
2013-2014 John Drabinski Fragment Home: James Baldwin and the Black Atlantic Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2013-2014 Holly Ellis Framing the Relationships between West African and African-American women; 1930-1960 Dorothy Porter & Charles Harris Wesley Fellow
2013-2014 Christopher Emdin S.T.E.M. with no root bears no fruit: Colloquial appropriations of canonical science in contemporary hip-hop Caperton and Hiphop Archive Fellow
2013-2014 Shose Kessi Transforming previously white universities in South Africa: Students and the politics of racial representation Mandela Mellon Fellow
2013-2014 Erika M. Kitzmiller The Roots of Educational Inequality: Germantown High School, 1907-2012 Caperton Fellow
2013-2014 Christopher Lee The Indian Ocean as a “Zone of Peace”: Postcolonial Africa in the Nuclear Age, 1955-1979 Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2013-2014 Achille Mbembe Democracy in the Age of Animism Oppenheimer Fellow
2013-2014 Diane McWhorter Moon of Alabama: From Nazi Germany to Tranquility Base, via the Segregated American South Du Bois Fellow
2013-2014 Mark Anthony Neal What if the Greensboro Four Had Twitter? Social Justice in the Age of Social Media and Hip-Hop Hiphop Archive Fellow
2013-2014 Bryan Sinche "Shining Like New Money": Nineteenth-Century African American Literature in the Marketplace Du Bois Fellow
2013-2014 Wole Soyinka   Hutchins Family Fellowship
2013-2014 Marial Iglesias Utset A Creole Family and Its Slaves in Saint-Domingue and Cuba: A Narrative of a Trans-Atlantic Experience  
2013-2014 Deborah Willis   Richard D. Cohen Fellow
2013-2014 George Wilson Occupational Mobility and Racial Inequality in the Evolving Public Sector Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Adrienne L. Childs Ornamental Blackness: The Black Body in European Decorative Arts  
2012-2013 Shadreck Chirikure Space, Time and Society: Exploring Africa's Mining and Metallurgical Past Mandela Mellon Fellow
2012-2013 Celia Cussen The Social and Economic Dynamics of African Slavery in Late Colonial Santiago, Chile Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 9th Wonder (Patrick Douthit) These Are The Breaks Hiphop Archive Fellow
2012-2013 Mark Geraghty The Rwandan State’s Campaign Against Genocide Ideology Du Bois Fellow
2012-2013 Nigel Hatton Anxious Laments: the Existential Trace of Kierkegaard in African-American Freedom Struggles Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Tahir Hemphill The Hip-Hop Word Count: Rap Research Groups Hiphop Archive Fellow
2012-2013 Patricia Hills A People's Art: Democracy, Race and the Visual Arts in 1930s New York Du Bois Fellow
2012-2013 Juliet Hooker Hybrid Traditions: Race in U. S. African-American and Latin American Political Thought Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Peniel Joseph Stokely Carmichael and American Democracy in the 1960s Caperton/College Board Fellow
2012-2013 Brian McCammack Recovering Green in Bronzeville: An Environmental and Cultural History of the African American Great Migration to Chicago, 1915-1940 Du Bois Fellow
2012-2013 Diane McWhorter Moon of Alabama: From Nazi Germany to Tranquility Base, via the Segregated American South Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Birtukan Midekssa Searching for a Suitable Political Framework to Loosen the Tension between politicization of ethnicity and Democratic politics in Ethiopia Scholar-at-Risk Fellow
2012-2013 Musawenkosi Ndlovu Reading Young South Africans' Reading of Television News Mandela Fellow
2012-2013 Charles Van Onselen The Origins of Organised Crime in Frontier Johannesburg and the Response of the Kruger State, 1886-1892 Oppenheimer Fellow
2012-2013 Frederick Douglass Opie Foodways and Zora Neale Hurston's work in the U. S. South, Haiti, and Honduras Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Ed Pavlic 'No Time to Rest': Reading James Baldwin's Letters to His Brother David and 'The Bottomless Well and the Breakable Pitcher': James Baldwin's Letters to His Brother David Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Alexandra Shields Narratives of Spirituality and Pharmacotherapy Use among African American Smokers: Implications for Smoking Cessation Treatment and Lung Cancer Disparities Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2012-2013 Patricia Sullivan To Achieve Our Country: Robert F. Kennedy and the Struggle for Racial Justice during the 1960s Du Bois Fellow
2012-2013 Marial Iglesias Utset A Creole Family and Its Slaves in Saint-Domingue and Cuba: A Narrative of a Trans-Atlantic Experience  
2011-2012 Angela Ards The Ethics of Self-Fashioning in Contemporary Black Women's Autobiography Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Paolo Asso Africa in the Roman Literary Imagination Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Raymond Atuguba Three Ways of Looking at Law in Africa Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Jenni Case Cracking the Code: Widening Access to Science and Engineering Education for a New Generation of Students Mandela Mellon Fellow
2011-2012 Vera Ingrid Grant "Fused Encounters:" Transnational Race in the U.S. Occupation Zone in Germany, 1918–1923 Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Joshua Guild Shadows of the Metropolis: Urban Space and the Making of Black Communities in Postwar New York and London Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Darlene Clark Hine Rehearsal for Freedom: Black Women Health Professionals in South Carolina before Brown Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Dolan Hubbard W. E. B. Du Bois and the Luminous Darkness Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Matthew Hunt Race, Racial Attitudes, and Stratification Beliefs / Race and Inter-regional Migration in the United States Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Paul Kaplan Authority and Servility: Black African Protagonists and Attendants in Italian and European Art, ca. 1600-1635 Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Carla Martin Sounding Creole: The Politics of Cape Verdean Language, Music, and Diaspora Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Tudor Parfitt Blood Brothers Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Robert Prince Quantitative (Mathematical) Literacy Mandela Mellon Fellow
2011-2012 Jaqueline Santos Blacks, Young People and Hip Hoppers Hiphop Archive Fellow
2011-2012 Lorelle Semley Free and French: The Challenge of Black Citizenship to French Colonial Empire Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Tanya Sheehan Blacks and Whites: Race and Photographic Humor Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Stephen Tuck The Doubts of Their Fathers – The Secular Origins of the Civil Rights Movement Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2011-2012 Joycelyn Wilson The Miseducation of Hip-Hop: Cross-Generational Methodologies for Gaining Clearer Interpretations of the Leadership Language of the Post-Civil Rights/Millennium Generation Hiphop Archive Fellow
2010-2011 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Todd Carmody Slow Moves the Pageant: Enabling Fictions of Race and Nation in American Literature Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Adrienne L. Childs Ornamental Blackness: The Black Body in European Decorative Arts  
2010-2011 Huey Copeland In the Arms of the Negress: A Brief History of Modern Artistic Practice Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Grey Gundaker Land, Design, and Responsibility in the African Atlantic World Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Meghan Healy "A World of Their Own": African Women’s Schooling and the Politics of Social Reproduction in South Africa, 1869 to Recent Times Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Kathleen Margaret Luckett Africanizing the South African Higher Education Curriculum: A Social Realist Approach Mandela Mellon Fellow
2010-2011 Theodore Miller Deconstructing the Beggar’s Edifice: the Failure of Civil Rights and the Battle for Place in Hiphop America Hiphop Archive Fellow
2010-2011 Jonathan Munby Which Way Does the Blood River Run? Julian Mayfield and the Politics of Oblivion Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Sophie Oldfield Everyday struggles: research praxis, politics and the production of urban knowledge Mandela Mellon Fellow
2010-2011 Maano Ramutsindela Africa’s regions as spaces for environmental politics Mandela Mellon Fellow
2010-2011 Ronald K. Richardson Blacks and Asians, Encounters Through Time and Space Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Suellen Butler Shay Issues of Knowledge and Curriculum in Higher Education Mandela Mellon Fellow
2010-2011 Mark Solomon The Movement in A Life: Memories of Racial Justice Battles in the Forties and Fifties Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Nirvana Tanoukhi The Scale of World Literature: Strategies of Contextualization in the African Novel and Beyond Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Hank Willis Thomas The Myth of a Black History Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Lisa Thompson Staging the Unspeakable: Cultural Trauma in African American Theatre & Performance Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Omar Wasow Integrating the Dual State: Democracy, Race and Violence Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2010-2011 Louis Wilson Black Patriots in the American Revolutionary War from RI: The History of Over Seven Hundred Men, Using the Microsoft Access Database System and Primary Documents Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Patricia A. Banks Represent: Art and Identity Among the Black Upper-Middle Class Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Celeste-Marie Bernier The “Slave Ship Imprint:” The Body, Memory and Representation in Fifty Years of African American and Black British Visual Arts 1960-2010 Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Floretta Boonzaier Reading the past in the present: Historicizing Violence Against Women in South Africa Mandela Fellow
2009-2010 Zimitri Erasmus Crimes of ‘Blood’: A comparative analysis of South Africa’s Immorality Act (1927 & 1950) and Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act (1949), and Miscegenation Laws in North America Mandela Mellon Fellow
2009-2010 Lyndon K. Gill Transfiguring Trinidad and Tobago: queer cultural production, erotic subjectivity and a new postcolonialism Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Senay Habtezion Governance Challenges in Adaptation - Africa Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Adam Haupt Mediating Youth Culture: Race, Gender, and Counterculture in Post-Apartheid South Africa Mandela Mellon Fellow
2009-2010 Paulin Hountondji Constructing the Universal: a trans-cultural Challenge Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Joseph L. Jones The Institutional Black Messiah: W.E.B. Du Bois’ Political Philosophy of Education for Black Institutions of Higher Education United Negro College Fund / Mellon Foundation Fellowship
2009-2010 Sylvie Laurent White Like She, Cross-Over Narratives of Doubling: Zora Neale Hurston and Toni Morrison, A Comparative Study Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Cameron Leader-Picone Rinehartism: Representations of Blackness in Contemporary African American Literature Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Dominique Malaquais Barnburner: Soul of a Fight Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Reuben A. Buford May Race, Culture, Class and Urban Social Space Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Barbara Rodríguez Representations of Slavery: Texas, Mexico, and Race in the 1830s and 1840s  
2009-2010 C. Riley Snorton Trapped in the [Epistemological] Closet: Black Sexuality and the Popular Imagination Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Jason Sokol The Northern Mystique: Race and Politics from Boston to Brooklyn, 1939-present Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2009-2010 Jeremy Wanderer Social Power and the Giving and Asking for Reasons Mandela Mellon Fellow
2008-2009 Erin Royston Battat ‘Ain’t Got No Home’: Race and American Migration Narratives in the Depression Era Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Corrie Claiborne What I Learned from White Girls: Reflections on Black Identity and Integration United Negro College Fund / Mellon Foundation
2008-2009 Kimberly McClain DaCosta Black Magic: African American Advertisers and the Production of Social Identity Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Anna-Lisa Cox Founding Freedom: The Antebellum Free Black Diaspora and the Creation of Communities of Equality on the American Frontier Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Abdoulaye Gueye The Black Movement in Contemporary France Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Andrew Kahrl Losing the Land: African American Beaches and the Making of Coastal Capitalism Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Hope Lewis Black without Borders: Transnational Migration, Human Rights, and Race in the United States Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Joanna Lipper   Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 David Luis-Brown Blazing at Midnight: Slave Rebellion and Social Identity in U.S. and Cuban Culture Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Mbulungeni Madiba Multilingualism Education Project Mandela Mellon Fellow
2008-2009 Jennifer Nash The Black Body in Ecstasy: Reading Race, Reading Pornography Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Barbara Rodríguez Representations of Slavery: Texas, Mexico, and Race in the 1830s and 1840s  
2008-2009 Epifanio San Juan, Jr. The African American Community and US/Filipino Relations 1898 to present Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 J. Mira Seo The Complete Works of Juan Latino, the First Black Poet, Translated and Edited with Literary and Historical Notes Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Vagner Gonçalves da Silva Afro-Brazilian Religions and National Culture – An Ethnography in Hypermedia Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2008-2009 Faith Smith Whose Modern? Caribbean Cultural and Intellectual Formation, 1880-1915 Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Gertrude M. James González de Allen Sediments and Interceptions: Reflections on Encounter and the Development of Transnational Identities in the U.S. Virgin Islands Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Mia L. Bagneris Local Colors: Interracial Sexuality and the Mixed-Race Body in the Caribbean Canvases of Agostino Brunias Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Allison Blakely The Emergence of Afro-Europe Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Mathias Bös Race and Ethnicity – The History of Two Concepts in American Sociology Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Glenda R. Carpio Black Narrative and Poetry from Latin America Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Allyson Nadia Field Filming Back and Black: Strategies of African American Political Modernism Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Sharon Harley Re-Reading W. E. B. Du Bois’ Life and Scholarship through a Gendered Lens Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellowship
2007-2008 Linda Heywood Queen Njinga a Mbandi: History, Gender, Memory and Nation in Angola and Brazil  
2007-2008 Karla FC Holloway Private Bodies/Public Texts: Bioethics and Literature Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Carla Kaplan Miss Anne in Harlem: The White Women of the Black Renaissance Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Gretchen Long Doctoring Freedom: The Politics of African American Medical Care, 1840-1910 Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Maxim Matusevich An Exotic Subversive: Africa, Africans, and ‘Africanness’ in Soviet Popular Culture and Imagination Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2007-2008 Hudita Nura Mustafa Practicing Beauty: Gender, Urbanism and Cultural Creativity in Contemporary Dakar McMillan-Stewart Fellow
2007-2008 Samuel Raditlhalo Unsung Hero: The Life of Hamilton Mshado Naki Mandela Mellon Fellow
2007-2008 Barbara Rodríguez Representations of Slavery: Texas, Mexico, and Race in the 1830s and 1840s  
2007-2008 Charlotte Szilágyi Framed! The ‘Other’ Subject in Jewish-American, African American, and German Fiction and the Narrative War for Direct Discourse Sheila Biddle Ford Foundation Fellow
2006-2007 Guillaume Aubert “The Blood of France”: Constructing Race and Nation in the French Atlantic World, 1600-1802  
2006-2007 Chukwuma Azuonye Christopher Okigbo at Work: A Study of His Previously Unpublished Works  
2006-2007 David Bindman The Image of the Black in Western Art: Volume 3  
2006-2007 Jeffrey Ferguson Race and the Rhetoric of Resistance  
2006-2007 Patricia Hills Painting Harlem Modern: The Art of Jacob Lawrence  
2006-2007 Chisato Hotta Racism and the Minority Experience: Koreans in Osaka and African Americans in Chicago, 1920-1945  
2006-2007 Gretchen Long Doctoring Freedom: The Politics of African American Medical Care, 1840-1910  
2006-2007 C.S. Manegold Ten Hills Farm: America on 600 Acres  
2006-2007 Hudita Mustafa Practicing Beauty: Gender, Urbanism and Cultural Creativity in Contemporary Dakar  
2006-2007 Tudor Parfitt U.S. Jewish and African Diasporas: An Exploration of Genetic Studies on Ethnicity  
2006-2007 Susan M. Reverby Testifying on Tuskegee: Telling and Retelling the Stories of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study  
2006-2007 Jean-Paul Rocchi The Intimacy of Madness and the Madness of Intimacy in Contemporary African American and Diasporic Queer Literature  
2006-2007 Barbara Rodriguez The American Slave Narrative: Slavery and the Persistence of Form  
2006-2007 Patricia Sullivan Struggle toward Freedom: A History of the NAACP  
2006-2007 Felix Ulombe Revisiting Gender Issues: Central African Women Victims Between African And Christian Traditions  
2005-2006 Bobby Donaldson New Negroes in the New South: Race, Power, and Ideology in Georgia, 1890-1925  
2005-2006 Stanley Engerman Social and Economic Progress of Black America  
2005-2006 Roquinaldo A. Ferreira Slaving, Trade, and Creolization in the Black Atlantic: Angola and Brazil, 1650-1800  
2005-2006 Maria Frias African Nuns in Europe: From Slavery to the Convent  
2005-2006 Arlette Frund Literature and Identity  
2005-2006 Harry Garuba The Postcolonial Muse: Language, Identity and the Emergence of African Literature  
2005-2006 Lesley J. F. Green Tradition, Environment, Science: The Contribution of the Humanities to the Study of Space and Time in Indigenous Knowledge Systems  
2005-2006 James A. Hefner The Black College in the Making of America  
2005-2006 James McCann African Natures: Food and the Natural World  
2005-2006 Hudita Nura Mustafa Practicing Beauty: Gender, Urbanism and Cultural Creativity in Contemporary Dakar  
2005-2006 Samuel Ngayihembako Fundamentalist Churches and the Pastoral Ministry of Women  
2005-2006 Benjamin Adisa Ogunfolakan Patterns of Place: Settlement Strategies, Ceramic Use and Factors of Change among the Early Yoruba (Nigeria)  
2005-2006 Melina Pappademos Alchemists of a Race: Black Cuban Cultural, Political, and Social Clubs, 1902-1959  
2005-2006 Claudine Raynaud Pondering Color or the Racial Subject  
2005-2006 Ronald Kent Richardson Hugo Darodius, Blacks and Asians: Encounters Through Time and Space, and Democracy in America and the World  
2005-2006 Jean-Paul Rocchi The Intimacy of Madness and the Madness of Intimacy in Contemporary African American and Diasporic Queer Literature  
2005-2006 Barbara Rodriguez The American Slave Narrative: Slavery and the Persistence of Form  
2005-2006 Wole Soyinka   Hutchins Family Fellowship
2005-2006 Phyllis Taoua The Dynamics of Dispossession: Reflections on Contemporary African Film and Fiction  
2005-2006 Noel Twagiramungu Gacaca: Towards a Tradition-Based Response to an International Modern Crime?  
2004-2005 Dionne Bennett The Emotional Politics of Difference: Race (re)Cognition and Resistance in African American Life History Narratives  
2004-2005 Ira Berlin Passages: Movement and Place in African American Life from the Mid-Seventeenth to the Mid-Twentieth Century  
2004-2005 Wallace Best Passionately Human, No Less Divine: Religion and Culture in Black Chicago, 1915-1952  
2004-2005 Vincent A. Carretta Olaudah Equiano, the African: A Self-Made Man  
2004-2005 Prudence Cumberbatch Working for the Race: The Transformation of the Civil Rights Struggle in Baltimore, 1929-1945  
2004-2005 Derek Hyra The New World A-Coming: The Economic Transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville  
2004-2005 Regine O. Jackson No Longer Visible: Haitian Immigrants in the 'New Boston  
2004-2005 Anthonia Kalu Language, Woman, and Story: African Literature and Social Transformation  
2004-2005 David Kim Negroes and Orientals: The Black Pacific and the American Century  
2004-2005 Robert Korstad The Political Economy of White Supremacy  
2004-2005 Marisa Parham Things Pungent and Composite: Memory, Space, and Haunting in Modern African American Literature and Culture  
2004-2005 Hamieda Parker Facilitating Entrepreneurship amongst Disadvantaged Communities  
2004-2005 Ermien van Pletzen Reading, Diversity, and the Curriculum: MBCHB Reading Curriculum at the University of Cape Town  
2004-2005 June Pym Deep Level Learning and the Pertinent Issues That Impact on Learning for Previously Disadvantaged Students at the University of Cape Town  
2004-2005 Ato Quayson Representations of Physical Disability in African and African American Writing  
2004-2005 Ronald Radano Rhythm Circuits: The Global Transmission of Black Music  
2004-2005 Lorraine Roses Black Boston's Cultural Flowering, 1920-1940  
2004-2005 Christopher Saunders Comparisons and Links Between Freedom Struggles in South Africa and the United States  
2004-2005 David Schalkwyk Service and Love in Shakespeare's Poems and Plays  
2004-2005 Nick Shepherd Archeology and Post-Colonialism  
2004-2005 Follarin Shyllon Biography of Edward Long, 18th Century Jamaica Planter  
2004-2005 Wole Soyinka Tradition and Vectors of Language  
2004-2005 Claude Steele Contingencies of Social Identity - Their Unseen Effects on Human Performance and the Quality of Life in a Diverse Society  
2004-2005 Dorothy M. Steele Reflections on the Stanford Integrated School Project  
2004-2005 Jeffrey Stewart Beauty Instead of Ashes, the Life of Alain Locke, Patron Saint of the Harlem Renaissance  
2004-2005 Rebeccah Welch Black Art and Activism in Postwar New York  
2002-2003 Marcellus Blount Listening for My Name: African American Men and the Politics of Intimacy  
2002-2003 Roy Bryce-Laporte Sociological Studies and Implications of Black Experiences  
2002-2003 Malick Walid Ghachem The Colonial Terror: Haitian Variations on a Metropolitan Theme  
2002-2003 Cassandra Jackson Between Us': Mulatto Figures in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction  
2002-2003 Teodoros Kiros Zara Yacob on the Rationality of the Heart  
2002-2003 Bernth Lindfors Ira Aldridge's Theatrical Career in Europe: 1852-1867  
2002-2003 Glenn Loury Colorblind Affirmative Action: The Costs of Transparency  
2002-2003 Ezenwa Ohaeto Wole Soyinka and the Transcultural Biography  
2002-2003 Thiven Reddy Higher Education and Democratic Transition in South Africa  
2002-2003 Cherise Smith Adrian Piper, Eleanor Antin, and Anna Deveare Smith: Ethnic, Gender, and Racial Performance  
2002-2003 Ryan Smith Color-tocracy at Work: Racial and Ethnic Authority Hierarchies in Organizations  
2002-2003 Frances Smith Foster Afro-Protestant Interpretations of Marriage, Family and Sex  
2002-2003 Ibrahim Sundiata Brothers and Strangers: African Americans, Africans and the Specter of Slavery, 1914-1940  
2002-2003 Mark R. Warren White Americans Against Racism  
2002-2003 Mesfin Wolde-Mariam Ethiopian Famine and Human Rights  
2002-2003 Nan Yeld Using Assessment to Widen Access for Educationally Disadvantaged Students  
2001-2002 Joan Bryant Reluctant Race Men: American Resistance to the Idea of Race  
2001-2002 John Conteh-Morgan Cultural Performance and the Search for Form in Black Atlantic Theater  
2001-2002 Barrington Edwards W. E. B. Du Bois, Empirical Social Research and the Challenge to Race, 1868-1910  
2001-2002 Stephen Hall To Give a Faithful Account of the Race: History and Historical Writing in the African American Community, 1817-1915  
2001-2002 Coleman Jordan Scripting the Legacies of the Black Atlantic: Spaces of Oppression and Liberation  
2001-2002 Janis Kearney William Jefferson Clinton and the African American Community: The Ties that Bind  
2001-2002 Tyson D. King-Meadows From Footnote to Main Text: W. E. B. Du Bois, Franz Boas, and Anthropological Notions of Race  
2001-2002 Anthea Kraut Staging the Vernacular, Choreographing Race: The Dance Performances of Josephine Baker, Zora Neale Hurston, and Katherine Dunham  
2001-2002 Emmanuel Obiechina Slavery and the Fall of Africa: Textualizing a Historic Tragedy  
2001-2002 Terri Oliver Disease, Disability, and Death: An American Rhetoric of Minority  
2001-2002 Naomi Pabst Freedom Tropes and Representation Struggles: A Politics of Blackness  
2001-2002 Barbara Rodriguez The American Slave Narrative: Slavery and the Persistence of Form  
2001-2002 Fikeni E.M.K. Senkoro Transcription, Translation, Analysis and Writing of a Full Length Bilingual Anthology of Folktales from Zanzibar  
2001-2002 Mason Stokes Straight, No Chaser: Harlem, Heterosexuality, and the 1920s  
2001-2002 Aaronette White About Face: Turning Points in the Lives of Black Men Who Support Feminism  
2001-2002 Stephanie Williams Searching for a Place in the American Art Museum: A Study of Middle Class Black Americans  
2000-2001 Muhammad Saalih Allie Physics Education  
2000-2001 Anne C. Bailey Oral History of the Atlantic Slave Trade  
2000-2001 Cathy J. Cohen Evolution of Black Civil Society in Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia  
2000-2001 Janis F. Kearney President Clinton's Historic African Visit (March 22-April 2, 1997)  
2000-2001 Chirevo V. Kwenda The African Theory of Religion  
2000-2001 Lesley Marx Dispossession, Reclamation and the Sense of Place  
2000-2001 Simon Mawondo Truth, Reconciliation and Justice: The Search for Peace  
2000-2001 Ezenwa Ohaeto The Biography, African Perspective, African Knowledge: Wole Soyinka  
2000-2001 Naomi Pabst Freedom Tropes and Representation Struggles: A Politics of Blackness  
2000-2001 Augusta Rohrbach Nineteenth Century Women Writers: A Study of Authorship  
2000-2001 Fikeni E.M.K. Senkoro Transcription, Translation, Analysis and Writing of a Full Length Bilingual Anthology of Folktales from Zanzibar  
1999-2000 Mia Elisabeth Bay A Cultural History of Afrocentrism  
1999-2000 Emily E. Bernard Black Anxiety, White Influence: Carl Van Vechten and the Harlem Renaissance  
1999-2000 Carli Coetzee Going Native: The Effect of Africa on Whiteness  
1999-2000 Richard K. Dozier Encyclopedia and Research Guide to African American Architects and Architecture  
1999-2000 Kathleen Morgan Drowne Legislating Morality: Modernism, the Harlem Renaissance, and the Literature of Prohibition, 1920-1933  
1999-2000 Huda Nura Mustafa Resituating Ethnography: Sartorial Modernities in Senegal  
1999-2000 Marilene S. Phipps Living Altars of Haiti  
1999-2000 Barbara Rodríguez The American Slave Narrative: Slavery and the Persistence of Form  
1999-2000 Shawkat M. Toorawa Unbecoming (?) African, (Re)becoming African: Acknowledgment and Disavowal, Construction and De(con)struction of Race and Identity in Mauritius  
1998-1999 Olufemi Akinola Beyond the State-Society Chasm in Africa: Refocusing the Democracy Problematic  
1998-1999 Joanne Braxton Deep River: Multi-Media Performance Anthology  
1998-1999 June Cross Secret Daughter: A Study of Double Consciousness Amidst the Changing Social Mores of Race, Sex, and Identity in the U.S. since 1954  
1998-1999 Laurent Dubois A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in French Caribbean, 1789-1802  
1998-1999 Fabien Eboussi African Philosophizing  
1998-1999 Lawrence Jackson The Life of Ralph Ellison, 1913-1952  
1998-1999 Biodun Jeyifo The Dismemberment of Orisanila-Abibiman: The Black Racial Imaginary in African and the U.S.  
1998-1999 Christine Levecq Philosophies of Literary History in the African American History Novel of Slavery  
1998-1999 Barbara McCaskill William and Ellen Craft in Transatlantic Abolition  
1998-1999 Barbara Rodriquez The American Slave Narrative: Slavery and the Persistence of Form  
1998-1999 Carlo Rotella Postindustrial Transformation, Race, and Culture  
1998-1999 Catherine Tumber The Sound of the Genuine: The Papers of Howard Thurman  
1997-1998 Lelia Lomba De Andrade Investigating Identities: Gender, Race and Class in an Ethnic Community  
1997-1998 Katherine L. Balfour The Evidence of Things Not Said: Race Consciousness and Political Theory  
1997-1998 Robert M. Baum Emitai Has Sent Them: Alinesitoue and the History of the Diola Women Prophets in Colonial Senegal  
1997-1998 Ruth Elizabeth Burks Intimations of Invisibility: African American Women in Hollywood Cinema  
1997-1998 Walter C. Carrington Military Rule and the Collapse of the Nigerian State: The Abacha Regime  
1997-1998 Flora González Mandri Mulata/Black Woman? Reading Women in Contemporary Cuban Culture  
1997-1998 Modupe Gloria Labode Women, Mission and Representation in Africa  
1997-1998 Ronald Kent Richardson Africans, Britons, and Modern Identity  
1997-1998 Richard P. Taub Black, White and Hispanic: Working Class Communities in Chicago  
1997-1998 Maude Southwell Wahlman Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art of the South  
1996-1997 Wande Abimbola Oral Literature in Africa  
1996-1997 Ronald Bailey Those Valuable People, the Africans: The Slave(ry) Trade, Cotton, and the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain and the United States  
1996-1997 Katherine Balfour The Evidence of Things Not Said: Race Consciousness and Political Theory  
1996-1997 Stephen Behrendt Atlantic Slave Trade Project  
1996-1997 David Blight America's Unmasterable Past: Race and Civil War Memory at the Semi-Centennial, 1911-1915  
1996-1997 Daphne Brooks The Show Must Go On: Race, Gender & Nation in 19th Century Trans-Atlantic Performance Culture  
1996-1997 Tung-jung Chen Toni Morrison's Poetics and African American Culture: Some Observations  
1996-1997 Brent Edwards Wandering Forms: The Culture and Politics of Black Modernism in France 1921-1935  
1996-1997 John Gennari Entering the Mainstream: Jazz and Cultural Politics in the 50's  
1996-1997 Cheryl Greenberg Negotiating Coalition: Blacks and Jews in Twentieth Century America  
1996-1997 Alessandra Lorini History and Memory in African American Pageantry: W. E.B . Du Bois's The Star of Ethiopia  
1996-1997 Jeffrey Melnick Island of Love? Black and White in Doo Wop Music  
1996-1997 Nell Irvin Painter Sojourner Truth: The Life of a Symbol  
1996-1997 Anita Patterson Black Ars: Political Forms in Caribbean, African American & South African Poetry, 1965-74  
1996-1997 Carl Pederson The Space In Between: The Middle Passage in the African American Experience  
1996-1997 Guthrie Ramsey Toward a Cultural Poetics of Race Music  
1996-1997 Barbara Rodriguez Visions, Context and Voice in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Track on a Road  
1996-1997 James Smethurst Ethnic Dreams: The Rise of the 'New American Poetry' and the 'Black Arts Movement'  
1996-1997 H. Lewis Suggs Chester Franklin and the Kansas City Call , 1919-1954  
1996-1997 Harold Weaver Paul Robeson Revisited  
1996-1997 Cornel West A Genealogy of the Public Intellectual: Erasmus, Paine, Emerson, Du Bois  
1996-1997 Edward Widmer African Drums & their Repercussions  
1995-1996 Rebecca Carroll Sugar in the Raw: A Profile of Young Black Girls in America  
1995-1996 Kathleen Neal Cleaver Research Guide to the History of the Black Panther Party 1966-1980  
1995-1996 Catherine Clinton Lift Every Voice: The African American Experience  
1995-1996 Lee A. Daniels Afro-American Studies, 1968 to the Present  
1995-1996 Maria I. Diedrich Onilie Assing & Frederick Douglass  
1995-1996 David Eltis A Comprehensive Data Base of the Slave Trade of the Western Hemisphere  
1995-1996 Robert J. Fowler The Letters of Ira Aldridge  
1995-1996 Maria Frias The History of the Southern Civil Rights Movement  
1995-1996 Lisa M. Gates Images of the African and African American in Modern German Literature and Culture  
1995-1996 Roderick Grierson Art and Ethiopian Identity  
1995-1996 Barry Hallen The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful; An Examination of the Value Theory in Yoruba Culture  
1995-1996 Mary Hamer Sculpture and Race in the 19th Century  
1995-1996 Roger R. House Key to the Highway: The Life and Songs of William 'Big Bill' Broonzy, 1893-1958  
1995-1996 Sidney N. Klaus The Science of Skin Color in th Age of Reason  
1995-1996 Robert R. Krueger First Collection of Brazilian Slave Texts: Translation and Analysis of the Principal Works  
1995-1996 Shelly Leanne African American Initiatives against Minority Rule in South Africa: A Politicized Diaspora in World Politics  
1995-1996 Sieglinde D. Lemke Modernism, Primitivism, the Bogue Negro and the Harlem Renaissance  
1995-1996 Alessandra Lorini The Color-line Language of Early American Social Science: Mainstream Paradigms and Oppositional Discourses  
1995-1996 William S. McFeely The Writing of Biography and Autobiography  
1995-1996 Elizabeth A. McHenry Forgotten Readers: African American Literary Societies in the United States, 1830-1940  
1995-1996 Jeffrey Melnick Ethnicity, Modernity, and Modernism  
1995-1996 Jill Netchinsky-Toussant The Writings of Juan Francisco Manzano, Poet, Autobiographer, Slave: Translational Edition  
1995-1996 Adam Z. Newton Literary Blacks and Jews: A Thematics of Recognition  
1995-1996 Eleonore van Notten Letters from the Harlem Renaissance  
1995-1996 Stephan Palmie Towards and Historical Sociology of Cultural Complexity in African American Populations  
1995-1996 Constance Porter Uzelac The Correspondence of James A. Porter  
1995-1996 Susan M. Reverby Creating Nurse Rivers: The Metalanguage of Race and the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment  
1995-1996 Gail M. Robinson An Historical Study of Todd Duncan  
1995-1996 John Saillant A Life of Lemeul Haynes: Race, Religion, and Political Ideology in Revolutionary America, and the Early Republic  
1995-1996 Barbara L. Solow Rise and Fall of Plantation Slavery in the West Indies: A Case Study  
1995-1996 Wole Soyinka The Crisis in Nigeria  
1995-1996 Therese H. Steffen Rita Dove's Poetic Network: From Transatlantic Dialogue to Multicultural Polylogue  
1995-1996 Patricia A. Sullivan Encyclopedia of the Southern Civil Rights movement, 1865-1965  
1995-1996 Michael Vorenberg Final Freedom: The 13th Amendment in History and Memory  
1995-1996 Sondra Kathyrn Wilson The Collected Writings of James Weldon Johnson  
1995-1996 Jean Fagan Yellin African American Writers in European Editions  
1994-1995 Allan D. Austin Proud Exiles in the Land of Unbelievers: African Muslims in Antebellum America  
1994-1995 Mia E. Bay The Lady Among the Races: Gender in African American Racial Thought, 1830-1925  
1994-1995 Kathleen Neal Cleaver Memories of Love and War  
1994-1995 Catherine Clinton Tara Revisited: African American Women and the Civil War  
1994-1995 Donald Cunnigen The Civil Rights Movement and the Mississippi White Liberal Community  
1994-1995 Lee A. Daniels Pushing Propaganda: The Media's Coverage of Race in the 1980s and 1990s  
1994-1995 Maria L. Diedrich Ottilie Assing - Frederick Douglass: Re-imagining the American Dream for a German Audience  
1994-1995 Nancy L. Grant Uncivil Service: Black in the Federal Government, 1940-1972  
1994-1995 Lucy K. Hayden Phillis Wheatley's Trip to London: Her Growth as a Black Poet  
1994-1995 Sieglinde D. Lemke Modernism, Primitivism, the Vogue Negre and the Harlem Renaissance  
1994-1995 William S. McFeely An Island's History: Sapelo and Its People  
1994-1995 Elizabeth A. McHenry Forgotten Readers: African American Literary Societies in the United States, 1830-1940  
1994-1995 Gerald L. O'Grady The Films of the American Civil Rights Movement  
1994-1995 Constance Porter Uzelac The Relationship Between Henry O. Tanner and James A. Porter  
1994-1995 Sabine Sielke Reading Rape  
1994-1995 Barbara L. Solow Marx, Slavery, and Economic Growth in Colonial America  
1994-1995 Patricia A. Sullivan Confronting the Color Line: The Letters of Virginia Durr, 1951-1968  
1993-1994 Esme Bhan Reflections on Documenting Dorothy Porter Wesley's Life and Works  
1993-1994 Elsa Barkley Brown Telling Stories: The Invention of Black Richmond  
1993-1994 Selwyn Cudjoe Eric E. Williams and the Politics of Language  
1993-1994 Lee A. Daniels A Cyclone in a Wind Tunnel: African American Students in Higher Education, 1960 to the Present  
1993-1994 Thadious Davis Collisions of Gender and Race: Jessie Fauset's Victorian Modernism  
1993-1994 Sylvio Ferreira African American Scholars' Perceptions of Patterns of Race Relations in Brazil: A Contextualized Analysis  
1993-1994 George Fredrickson Reform and Revolution in American and South African Freedom Struggles  
1993-1994 Gerald R. Gill "No Jim Crowism in Boston": African American Protest Activities in Boston, 1939-1953  
1993-1994 James A. Miller Racial Representation in the 1930s  
1993-1994 Adam Zachary Newton Literary Blacks and Jews: A Thematics of Recognition  
1993-1994 Manisha Sinha "The must be lashed into submission": The Political Culture of Slavery and the Caning of Charles Sumner  
1993-1994 Clark Eldridge White The Lost Generation: Black Youth Unemployment, Class, and Public Policy  
1993-1994 Wang Xi The Inner Reconstruction: The Formation of the Republican Party's Policy Towards Black Suffrage, 1860-1870  
1993-1994 Jean Fagan Yellin Harriet Jacobs: Incidents in a Life  
1992-1993 Fawaia Afzal-Khan Gender, Nationalism and the Politics of Identity: Towards Cross-Cultural Poetics of Women's Writing  
1992-1993 Lee D. Baker The Role of Anthropology in The Social Construction of Race  
1992-1993 Karen C.C. Dalton Image of the Black in Western Art  
1992-1993 Timothy H. Flake Medieval Studies: the Work of Louis F. Klipstein, Old English Scholar of the Ante-Bellum South  
1992-1993 George M. Fredrickson Black Ideologies and Movements in the United States and South Africa, 1880s-1980s  
1992-1993 Cheryl Townsend Gilkes The Sanctified Church and the African American Imagination: A Socio-historical Study of Community, Culture, and Social Change  
1992-1993 Maryemma Graham Enriching the Humanities: The Great Migration, 1900-1939  
1992-1993 Maya Hostettler Toni Morrison: Value in Literature; Reader's and Writer's Responsibilities  
1992-1993 J. Lorand Matory Afro-Brazilian Religion and Politics  
1992-1993 William S. McFeely The Writing of Biography  
1992-1993 Richard J. Powell Blacks, Visual Arts & Society in the Nineteenth Century America  
1992-1993 Gail M. Robinson Factors Influencing the Education and Careers of Four African American Male Opera Singers  
1992-1993 Walter Robinson Look What a Wonder Jesus Has Done: A Musical Based on the Denmark Vesey Slave Conspiracy of 1822  
1992-1993 William M. Rodgers Black Internal Migration from 1980 to 1991: A Response to Widening Black-White and Central City-Suburb Wage and Employment Gaps  
1992-1993 Norris D. Saakwa-Mante Eighteenth Century Studies of Human Variation  
1992-1993 Marcia R. Sawyer Surviving Freedom: African American Farm Households in Cass County, Michigan, 1832-1880  
1992-1993 Manisha Sinha Slavery and Planter Ideology in Antebellum South Carolina  
1992-1993 Barbara L. Solow Rise and Fall of Plantation Slavery in the West Indies: A Case Study  
1992-1993 Sondra Kathyrn Wilson James Weldon Johnson Papers and Documentary Project  
Prior to 1992 Wande Abimbola    
Prior to 1992 Hussein M. Adam    
Prior to 1992 Fawzia Afzai-Khan    
Prior to 1992 Benedicite Brigitte Alliot    
Prior to 1992 David H. Anthony    
Prior to 1992 Ronald L. Ausbrooks    
Prior to 1992 Donald Irving Barfield    
Prior to 1992 Elizabeth Rauh Bethel    
Prior to 1992 Donald Allport Bird    
Prior to 1992 David William Blight    
Prior to 1992 Robert Bone    
Prior to 1992 Silvia Boni    
Prior to 1992 A. Alexander Bontemps    
Prior to 1992 Kamau Brathwaite    
Prior to 1992 Marcus Coleman Bruce    
Prior to 1992 Jennifer Susan Burton    
Prior to 1992 Deborah G. Chay    
Prior to 1992 Chris B. Chikwujindu Chidebe    
Prior to 1992 Lorraine T. Cole    
Prior to 1992 Linda Carolyn Coleman Denard    
Prior to 1992 James P. Danky    
Prior to 1992 Clifford Ellis Darden    
Prior to 1992 Marsha Jean Darling    
Prior to 1992 Billy Reginald Dickens    
Prior to 1992 Samba Diop    
Prior to 1992 St. Clair Drake    
Prior to 1992 Melvin Drimmer    
Prior to 1992 Berkley Eddins    
Prior to 1992 Valerie Edmundson    
Prior to 1992 Luckson E. Ejofodomi    
Prior to 1992 Geneviève Fabre    
Prior to 1992 Barbara J. Flint    
Prior to 1992 Robert Elliot Fox    
Prior to 1992 Peter Donald Fraser    
Prior to 1992 Atsuko Furomoto    
Prior to 1992 Elbert Nathaniel Gates    
Prior to 1992 Shaun L. Gabbidon    
Prior to 1992 Gloria Wade Gayles    
Prior to 1992 James L. Lowell Gibbs, Jr.    
Prior to 1992 Jewelle Taylor Gibbs, Jr.    
Prior to 1992 Jacqueline A. Goggin    
Prior to 1992 Leonard Goines    
Prior to 1992 Will Gravely    
Prior to 1992 Fritz Gysin    
Prior to 1992 Barbara Gullahorn Holecek    
Prior to 1992 Karen Isabelle Halil    
Prior to 1992 Michael George Hanchard    
Prior to 1992 Jerome S. Handler    
Prior to 1992 William Joseph Harris    
Prior to 1992 Katherine J. Harris    
Prior to 1992 Robert L. Harris    
Prior to 1992 Trudier Harris    
Prior to 1992 Naima A. Hasci    
Prior to 1992 Linneal J. Henderson Jr.    
Prior to 1992 Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham    
Prior to 1992 Patricia S. Hills    
Prior to 1992 Robert Hood    
Prior to 1992 Maya Ursala Hostettler-Geiger    
Prior to 1992 Edward W. Hudlin    
Prior to 1992 Brenda C. Huggins    
Prior to 1992 Herbert Marshall Hunter    
Prior to 1992 Maria T. Iacullo    
Prior to 1992 Noel S. Ignatiev    
Prior to 1992 Ephraim Isaac    
Prior to 1992 Lawrence P. Jackson    
Prior to 1992 Shirley M. Jackson    
Prior to 1992 Walter Anderson Jackson    
Prior to 1992 Weldon Jackson    
Prior to 1992 Joseph Jarab    
Prior to 1992 Hilmar Ludvig Jensen III    
Prior to 1992 Christopher Johnson    
Prior to 1992 Lillie Molliene Johnson    
Prior to 1992 Carolyn Johnston    
Prior to 1992 Jacqeline Jones    
Prior to 1992 Charles Joyner    
Prior to 1992 Robin Wallace Kilson    
Prior to 1992 Robert R. Krueger    
Prior to 1992 Florence C. Ladd    
Prior to 1992 Theodore C. Landsmark    
Prior to 1992 Shelly Leanne    
Prior to 1992 Lester Preston Lee    
Prior to 1992 Hope L. Lewis    
Prior to 1992 Sara Lawrence Lightfoot    
Prior to 1992 Carole C. Marks    
Prior to 1992 Ionis Bracy Martin    
Prior to 1992 Laura Maslow-Armand    
Prior to 1992 Simon Mawondo    
Prior to 1992 Robert H. McCormick Jr.    
Prior to 1992 Debbie E. McDowell    
Prior to 1992 Nellie Yvonne McKay    
Prior to 1992 Leslie Burl McLemore    
Prior to 1992 Curtina Moreland-Young    
Prior to 1992 Robert P. Moses    
Prior to 1992 Tahi Mottl    
Prior to 1992 Elizabeth Muther    
Prior to 1992 Samuel L. Myers, Jr.    
Prior to 1992 Isadore Okpewho    
Prior to 1992 Berndt Ostendorf    
Prior to 1992 Betty J. Overton-Adkins    
Prior to 1992 Stephan Palmié    
Prior to 1992 Peter J. Paris    
Prior to 1992 Gayle Reneé Pemberton    
Prior to 1992 Stefania Piccinato    
Prior to 1992 Seth H. Racusen    
Prior to 1992 Marilyn Richardson    
Prior to 1992 Walter Robinson Look What a Wonder Jesus Has Done: A Musical Based on the Denmark Vesey Slave Conspiracy of 1822  
Prior to 1992 Hazel Joan Rowley    
Prior to 1992 George Shepperson    
Prior to 1992 Sabine Sielke    
Prior to 1992 Werner Sollors    
Prior to 1992 Dorothy Steele    
Prior to 1992 Therese H. Steffan    
Prior to 1992 Helen L. Stewart    
Prior to 1992 Alice Jackson Stuart    
Prior to 1992 Nadia Joutey Hassani Tahri    
Prior to 1992 Justine Tally    
Prior to 1992 Claudia C. Tate    
Prior to 1992 Katherine Tate    
Prior to 1992 Clyde R. Taylor    
Prior to 1992 Maria de Lourdes Teodoro    
Prior to 1992 Odessa D. Thompson    
Prior to 1992 Jeff Todd Titon    
Prior to 1992 Shawkat Toorawa    
Prior to 1992 Richard Brent Turner    
Prior to 1992 Richard M. Valelly    
Prior to 1992 Robert M. Vare    
Prior to 1992 Gloria M. Waite    
Prior to 1992 Juliet E. Walker    
Prior to 1992 Jiaxing Wang    
Prior to 1992 James Melvin Washington    
Prior to 1992 Jerry Gafio Watts    
Prior to 1992 Robert S. Weisbrot    
Prior to 1992 Dorothy Porter Wesley    
Prior to 1992 Michael Rudolph West    
Prior to 1992 Andre C. Willis    
Prior to 1992 David W. Wills    
Prior to 1992 Francille Rusan Wilson    
Prior to 1992 Julie Winch    
Prior to 1992 Ajume Hassan Wingo    
Prior to 1992 Jaquelyn H. Wolf    
Prior to 1992 Bette Woody    
Prior to 1992 John Samuel Wright    
Prior to 1992 Gayle L. Wurst    
Prior to 1992 Richard Yarborough