Alumni Fellows

Year

Name

Project

Fellowship

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

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

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