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Dr. W. Marvin Dulaney

Name

[Dulaney, Dr. W. Marvin]
  • Interim Director

Biography

Dr. W. Marvin Dulaney is Associate Professor of History and Interim Director of the Center for African American Studies at the University of Texas, Arlington. He is the former chair of the Department of History and he taught American History, African American History, Public History, and the History of the American Civil Rights Movement in UTA’s undergraduate and graduate History programs. He is a graduate of Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History, magna cum laude. He earned his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in American and African-American history at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

In addition to teaching at UTA for fifteen years, he has taught at Central State  University, Ohio State University, and St. Olaf College in Minnesota. From 1994 to 2008, he served as Executive Director of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture and Director of the African American Studies Program at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.

He has published scholarly articles and reviews in the Journal of Negro History, Civil War History, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, The Houston Review, The Historian, Pacific Historical Review, Texas Journal of Ideas, History and Culture, Legacies, Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights, Locus, The Georgia Historical Quarterly, The New Handbook of Texas, Our Texas magazine, African Americans: Their History, the South Carolina Encyclopedia, The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Lone Star Legacy: African American History in Texas, and The African American Experience in Texas History: An Anthology.

He is the editor of the following books, journals and essays: Charleston’s Avery Center: From Education and Civil Rights to Preserving the African-American Experience (2006); Born to Serve: A History of the Woman’s Baptist Educational Missionary Convention of South Carolina (2006); The Avery Review; and co-editor of the Texas African-American History Journal and the book, Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement. His first monograph, Black Police in America (1996), was published by Indiana University.  Currently, he is completing a social and political history of African Americans in Dallas, Texas for Texas A & M University Press.

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Professional Preparation

    • 1972 B.A. with honors in History (French),  Central State University
    • 1974 M.A. in American HistoryOhio State University
    • 1984 Ph.D. in American and African American HistoryOhio State University

Appointments

    • July 2016 to Present Interim Director
      University of Texas at Arlington   Center for African American Studies
    • Sept 2011 to July 2016 Chair
      University of Texas, Arlington
    • Sept 2008 to Aug 2011 Assoc Prof
      University of Texas, Arlington   Liberal arts   History
    • Sept 2004 to Aug 2008 Executive Director
      College of Charleston   Avery Research Center   African American Studies Program
    • Sept 1998 to Aug 2004 Chair
      College of Charleston   Humanities and Social Sciences   Department of History
    • Sept 1994 to Aug 2000 Director
      College of Charleston   African American History and Culture   Avery Research Center
    • Sept 1993 to Aug 1994 Assoc Prof
      University of Texas, Arlington   Liberal Arts   History
    • Sept 1986 to Aug 1993 Assist Professor
      University of Texas, Arlington   Liberal Arts   History
    • Sept 1985 to Aug 1986 Assist Professor
      St. Olaf College   Liberal Arts   History
    • Sept 1983 to Aug 1985 Assistant Director
      University of Texas at Arlington   Upward Bound
    • Sept 1981 to Aug 1983 Advisor
      Texas Christian University (TCU)   Intercultural Affairs
    • Sept 1978 to Aug 1981 Counselor
      Wittenberg University   Upward Bound Program   Academic and Career
    • June 1978 to Aug 1978 Instructor
      Wittenberg University   Upward Bound Program
    • Sept 1977 to Aug 1978 Research Asocciate
      Ohio State University   Liberal Arts   History
    • Sept 1974 to Aug 1976 Teaching Associate
      Ohio State University   Liberal Arts   History
    • June 1975 to Aug 1975 Instructor
      Central State University   Upward Bound Program

Memberships

  • Membership
    • July 2013 to Present American Historical Association;Southern Historical Association;Organization of American Historians; Southern Conference on African American Studies;Association for the Study of African American Life and History;
    • July 2013 to Present Texas State Historical Association;National Council on Black Studies;South Carolina Historical Association; National Black Police Association;

Awards and Honors

    • Jun  2013 Avery Institute Board of Directors Leadership Award sponsored by Avery Institute of Afro-American History & Culture
      Achievements:

      Directing the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston for 14 years!

      Description:

      Awarded for leadership of the Avery Research Center for African Americna History and Culture, 1994-2000 and 2004-2008.

    • Jan  2013 2013 Special Award sponsored by the African American Education Archives and History Program and the African American Museum, Dallas, Texas.
    • Sep  2012 Faculty and Staff Appreciation Award sponsored by UTA Division of Student Affairs
      Description:

      2012-2013

    • Jan  2012 2012 "Unsung Hero" Award sponsored by The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
    • Jan  2011 2011 Community Service Award sponsored by Mothers Against Teen Violence, Dallas, Texas.
    • Jan  2011 "No. 1 Member" Award," sponsored by Southern Conference on African American Studies
    • Jan  2011 "Recognition Award," sponsored by FAA Southwest Region, Fort Worth, Texas
    • Jan  2010 2010 Central State University (Ohio) Alumni Achievement Hall of Fame sponsored by Central State University
    • Jan  2010 Nathaniel Allison Murray "Faculty Appreciation Award" sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Zeta Chi Chapter, University of Texas at Arlington.
    • Jan  2009 Distinguished Faculty Award sponsored by UTA NAACP Student Chapter
    • Jan  2009 Faculty/Staff "Friends" Award sponsored by UTA Division of Student Affairs
    • Jan  2008 Alexander M. Sanders, Jr. Presidential Legacy Award for Outstanding Public Service sponsored by College of Charleston
    • Jan  2005 Charles H. Wesley Award sponsored by Central State University Dayton Alumni Chapter.
    • Jan  2004 "Senior Consultant" Regional Emmy for "Where Do We Go From Here"Documentary Film sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  2001 Distinguished Alumni Award sponsored by College of Arts and Sciences, Central State University
    • Jan  1998 Clements Center for Southwest Studies Research Fellowship sponsored by Southern Methodist University
    • Jan  1998 ExCel Outstanding Faculty Award sponsored by College of Cha
    • Jan  1997 Distinguished Humanities Alumni Award sponsored by Ohio State University.
    • Jan  1996 Honorary Membership sponsored by National Black Police Association
    • Jan  1995 “Act of Kindness" Award sponsored by Al-Furquan Study Group, Charleston, SC
    • Jan  1995 Fellow, National Council on Black Studies Administrative Institute sponsored by California State University,Dominguez Hills
    • Jan  1994 "Dream Maker" Award in Education sponsored by the Southeast Dallas Business and Professional Women's Association
    • Jan  1993 "Extraordinary contributions to the study of the history of African Americans in Texas." sponsored by the Texas House of Representatives Resolution #293
    • Jan  1991 Community Service Award sponsored by the Dallas Urban League Young Adult Council
    • Jan  1990 Gertrude Golladay Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  1990 Outstanding Student Organization Advisor Award sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  1990 Finalist, Outstanding Academic Advisor sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan  1989 Carter G. Woodson Award for the teaching of African-American History sponsored by the Dallas Independent School District's African American Cultural Heritage Center.

Research and Expertise

  • Current Research Projects

    African Americans in Dallas: A Social and Political History  for Texas A & M University Press.

    "Challenging the Police Establishment in Chicago: The Afro-American Police League, 1965-1990." 

     

Publications

      Book Forthcoming
      • African Americans in Dallas: A Social and Political History. Texas A & M University Press.

        {Book} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Essay 2015
      • "The Troubled Origins of American Policing," The Crime Report, 19 May 2015, http://www.thecrimereport.org/viewpoints/2015-05-the-troubled-origins-of-american-policing.

        {Essay} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2015
      • "African American History in the West: A Brief Historiographical Analysis." Heritage & Culture, January 2015, pp. 98-99.

        {Essay} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2015
      • "Foreword," Anti-Black Violence in Twentieth Century Texas, Bruce A. Glasrud, Editor. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2015, pp. vii-viii.

        {Essay} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2015
      • "Julia Scott Reed: Presenting the Truth About African Americans in Dallas," in Texas Women: Their Histories, Their Lives, edited by Stephanie Cole, Rebecca Sharpless, and Elizabeth Hayes Turner, Athens: University of Georgia Press, pp. 389-409. 

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Encyclopedia Entry 2015
      • “African American Freedom Colonies in Texas,” in The Sage Encyclopedia of African Cultural Heritage in North America, Mwalimu Shujaa and Kenya Shujaa, editors. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2015), 416-419.

        {Encyclopedia Entry} [Refereed/Juried]

      Essay 2013
      • "Introduction" to A Life Lived: The Story of William "Bill" Blair. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2013, pp. v-viii. 

        {Essay} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2013
      • "Documenting the Life of Malcolm X," Journal of African American History 98 (Fall 2013): 602-606. 

        {Review essay} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2013
      • "Women in the South Carolina Civil Rights Movement." Southern Black Women in the Modern Civil Rights Movement, edited by Bruce A. Glasrud and Merline Pitre, College Station:Texas A & M University Press, 2013, pp. 117-136.

        {Peer Reviewed} [Refereed/Juried]

      Encyclopedia Entry 2013
      • “Texas Legislative Black Caucus," Handbook of Texas Online          (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/wet03), accessed August 14, 2013. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

        {new type} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • "Dallas African American Museum,” Handbook of Texas Online        (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/lbd04), accessed June 30, 2013. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

        {new type} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • With Daniel J. Nabors, "Reed, Julia Scott," Handbook of Texas Online          (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fre78), accessed July 01, 2013. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

        {new type} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • "African Americans," Handbook of Texas Online           (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/pkaan), accessed July 01, 2013. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

        {new type} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2013
      • "'We Still Love Lucy:' Lucy Phelps Patterson, Dallas's First African-American Councilwoman," Legacies 25 (Fall 2013): 42-48.

        {Peer Reviewed} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Review 2011
      • Review of And Justice for All: The United States Civil Rights Commission and the Continuing Struggle for Freedom in America, by Mary Frances Berry.Journal of African American History 96, no 1, March, 2011: 128-130.
        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Review of The Fall of a Black Army Officer: Racism and the Myth of Henry O. Flipper, by Charles M. Robinson, III.Chronicle of Historical Studies 6, no 1, January, 2011: 258-260.
        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2011
      • "The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of the NAACP in Dallas,Texas". Lone Star Legacy: African American History in Texas 2011, 1 (1), pp. 35-43.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2010
      • "Why We Celebrate Black History Month". Fort Worth Rotary Club. Fort Worth, Texas. 26 February 2010.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2010
      • ""The Rise, Fall and Rise Again of the NAACP in Dallas, Texas"," Annual Convention of the Southern Conference on African American Studies, Jackson, MS, 2010.
        {Conference Paper} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2009
      • Payne, Darwin. "Foreword." Quest for Justice: Louis A. Bedford, Jr. and the Struggle for Equal Rights in Texas, ix-x. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press, 2009.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Review 2009
      • Review of Living As Equals: How Three White Communities Struggled to Make Interracial Connections during the Civil Rights Era, by Phyllis Palmer.Journal of American History 96, no 2, 2009: 605.
        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2008
      • The Importance of Preserving the African-American Cultural Heritage. Austin Peay State University. Clarksville, TN. 28 February 2008.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2008
      • The Impact of A Black President on Black Issues. South Carolina State University. Orangeburg, SC. 19 February 2008.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2008
      • Commemorating the Integration of the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC. 11 January 2008.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2008
      • Behold the People: The Significance of R. C. Hickman's Photographs of Black Life in Dallas. DISD African American Cultural Heritage Center. 16 September 2008.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2008
      • The African American Police Officer: Back to Basics. Positive Anti-Crime Thrust Workshop. Chicago, IL. 22 November 2008.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2008
      • Dulaney, M., "African-American Women in the Struggle for Social Justice in Texas," the annual meeting of the Texas State Historical Association, Corpus Christi, TX, 2008.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2008
      • Dulaney, M., "Causes and Cures of Black-on-Black Violence: Past and Present," Annual Celebration of Black Writing, Philadelphia, PA, 2008.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2007
      • Growing Up Black in the White City: African Americans in Dallas since World War II. Southern Methodist University. Dallas, TX. 8 February 2007.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2007
      • The Civil Rights Movement and Civil Disobedience. Fifteenth Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture. Mount Union College, Alliance, OH. 15 January 2007.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 2007
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Texas Negro Peace Officers' Association: The Origins of Black Police Unionism." The African American Experience in Texas History: An Anthology. Ed. Bruce A. Glasrud and James Smallwood. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2007. 335-352.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book 2006
      • Eds. Dulaney, W. Marvin. Born to Serve: A History of the Woman's Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina. Atlanta: Publishing Associates, Inc., 2006.
        {Book} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • Eds. Dulaney, Marvin and Edmund Lee Drago. Charleston's Avery Center: From Education and Civil Rights to Preserving the African American Experience. Charleston: The History Press, 2006.
        {Book} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2006
      • Black Ain't Blue: Race and the Staffing of American Police Forces. Master of Science in Criminal Justice Distinguished Lecture. Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC. 7 December 2006.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • Interpreting Slavery in American Museums. Rose Hill Plantation, Sardis, SC. 16 September 2006.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • The Stono Rebellion: Refuting the Sambo Thesis and Dashing to Freedom. Unveiling Ceremony to Commemorate the 1739 Slave Revolt. Red Top, SC. 9 September 2006.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • Will the Negro Fight?: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and the Battle of Sol Legare Island, July 16, 1863. Unveiling Ceremony for the Marker Commemorating the Battle of Sol Legare Island on James Island. SC. 15 July 2006.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • The Ties That Bind: Slavery and the Civil Rights Movement in American History. Gainesville State University. Gainesville, GA. 22 February 2006.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Encyclopedia Entry 2006
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Myth of Black Confederates." The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Volume 4: Myth, Manners and Memory. Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 2006. 201-202.
        {Encyclopedia Entry} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • Dulaney, Marvin. ""Briggs v. Elliott," Civil Rights Act of 1964," James Enos Clyburn," and "Cleveland Louis Sellers, Jr.,"." The South Carolina Encyclopedia. Ed. Walter Edgar. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2006. 97-98, 177.
        {Encyclopedia Entry} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 2006
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Our Proud Legacy." Vital Issues: The Journal of African American Speeches 16 (2006): 31-35.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 2006
      • Dulaney, Marvin and Damon Fordham. "Doing What They Could with What They Had: The WBEMC, 1920-1960." Born to Serve. , 2006. 34-71.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2006
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Origins of the Women's Baptist Convention Movement in South Carolina, 1888-1920." Born to Serve: A History of the Woman's Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina. Ed. Marvin Dulaney. Atlanta: Publishing Associates, 2006. 12-33.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2005
      • "Our Proud Legacy". Dayton, Ohio Central State University Alumni Association Scholarship Banquet. Dayton, Ohio. January 2005.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2005
      • Dulaney, M., "Fighting for Access: Race Relations in Dallas, Texas, 1960 to the Present," annual meeting of the Texas State Historical Association, Fort Worth, Texas, 2005.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Lecture/Speech 2004
      • Proudly We Served: African Americans and World War II. Kershaw County Library, Camden, SC. 29 June 2004.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2004
      • "Proudly We Served: African Americans and World War II". Charleston County Library. 23 February 2004.
        {Lecture/Speech} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2004
      • Dulaney, M., "The National Black Police Association: A Legacy of Struggle," Education Conference of the National Black Police Association, Phoenix, Arizona, 2004.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 2004
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of A Southern Family in White and Black: The Cuneys of Texas, by Douglas Hales. Journal of American History March 2004: 1461-1462.
        {Book Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2004
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "A Research Challenge: The African American Experience in Dallas, Texas." Legacies 16 (2004): 50-56.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 2003
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Uplifting the Race." Rev. of Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois and the Struggle for Racial Uplift, by Jacqueline M. Moore. H-Net June 2003.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2002
      • Dulaney, M., "The Post Slavery History of People of African Descent," "Resistance and Inclusion" Conference, Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 2002.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2002
      • Dulaney, M., "The Civil Rights Movement in Texas: A Re-appraisal," African American History in Texas Conference, Dallas African American Museum, Dallas, Texas, 2002.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2001
      • Dulaney, M., "Researching the African-American Experience in Dallas," presentation to the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, University of Texas at Arlington, 2001.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2001
      • Dulaney, M., "African Americans and the Police," South Carolina Police Corps Workshop at the Citadel, Charleston, SC, 2001.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2001
      • Dulaney, M., "The African-American Experience: Politics and Culture," Black History Month presentation, Grand Forks AFB, South Dakota, 2001.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 2000
      • Dulaney, M., "Review of The Jewish Confederates," South Carolina Jewish Historical Society, Hilton Head, SC, 2000.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2000
      • Dulaney, M., "Race Relations in Dallas, Texas since 1960," Dallas History Conference, Dallas, Texas, 2000.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      2000
      • Dulaney, M., "The Significance of the Civil Rights Movement," Church of the Nativity, Charleston, SC, 2000.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1999
      • Dulaney, M., "The Church and the Underground Railroad," Unitarian Church, Charleston, SC, 1999.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1999
      • Dulaney, M., "The Black Police," Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA., 1999.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1999
      • Dulaney, M., "Martin Luther King Jr. and Leadership," State Board of Budget Control, Charleston, SC, 1999.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1999
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Hamilton Park: A Planned Black Community in Dallas, by William H. Wilson. Legacies 1999: 67-68.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1999
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Dancing with Strangers: A Memoir, by Mel Watkins. Journal of Southern History 1999: 437-438.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 1999
      • Dulaney, M., "The Impact of Local Civil Rights Leadership: Dallas, Texas As A Case Study," The Legacy of African American Leadership for the Present and Future, ASALH, Washington, D. C., 1999, pp. 179-189.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1998
      • Dulaney, M., "Questioning America: The Significance of the African-American Experience in American History," Elon College, NC, 1998.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1998
      • Dulaney, M., "The Significance of the Third African-American Renaissance in American History," The University of Texas at Arlington, 1998.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1998
      • Dulaney, M., "Aiming for Achievement: The African-American Intellectual Tradition," Benedict College Honors Program, Columbia, SC, 1998.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1998
      • Dulaney, M., "Blacks Challenge the Police Profession," Social Science History Association, Chicago, Illinois, 1998.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1998
      • Dulaney, M., "Review of Black Police in America," Third Eye Spring Conference, Dallas, Texas, 1998.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 1998
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The King Years and Turmoil." African Americans: Their History. New York: American Heritage Custom Publishing, 1998. 143-153.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1997
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police Officers in Charleston during Reconstruction," East Regional Meeting of the National Black Police Association, Charleston, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "Book Session on Black Police in America," Social Science History Association Meeting, Washington, D. C., 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "The History of Black Policing," The Citadel Criminal Justice Leadership Seminar, Charleston, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "African American Civil Rights: A Re-Appraisal," Black History Month Program, Naval Weapons Station, Charleston, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police in America," South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "The Significance of the American Civil Rights Movement," U. S. Customs Office Black History Month Program, Charleston, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "Sharing Our History," Black History Month Program, Trident Technical College, Charleston, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1997
      • Dulaney, M., "Nonviolence and Racial Harmony: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King," Third Annual King Day celebration sponsored by the African American and Jewish Connection, Charleston, SC, 1997.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1997
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Race and the Shaping of Twentieth Century Atlanta." , by Ronald H. Bayor. Planning Perspectives July 1997: 380-381.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1996
      • Dulaney, M., "Cultivating and Celebrating Excellence in Youth," Penn Center Heritage Days, St. Helena Island, SC, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, M., "The Realities of the Past, the Challenges of the Present," Northeast Regional meeting of the National Black Police Association, Providence, Rhode Island, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police in America," 25th Annual Education Convention of the National Black Police Association, Detroit, Michigan, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police Officers in Charleston During Reconstruction," Inaugural Luncheon of the National Order of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), Charleston Museum, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, M., "Connecting African and African-American Studies: The Gullah/Geechee-Sierra Leone Model in South Carolina," Africa Program Lecture Series, University of Texas at Arlington, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, M., "The Integration of the Urban Police: Politics and Race in American Law Enforcement in the Early Twentieth Century," Organization of American Historians, Chicago, Illinois, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, M., "African American Studies: From Plessy to Brown," annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, Tallahassee, Florida, 1996.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 1996
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "African Americans." The New Handbook of Texas. Austin: Texas State Historical Assoc., 1996. 46-51.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Democratic Progressive Voters League." The New Handbook of Texas. , 1996. 387-388.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1996
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Texas Peace Officers' Association." The New Handbook of Texas. , 1996. 590-591.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book 1996
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Black Police in America. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996.
        {Book} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1995
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police Officers in Alabama, 1868-1900," Alabama History Symposium, Montgomery, Alabama, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1995
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police in Reconstruction Alabama," Alabama Historical Association, Auburn, Alabama, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1995
      • Dulaney, M., "African-American Cultural Issues in the Postmodern Era," Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1995
      • Dulaney, M., "The Third African-American Renaissance and Its Meaning for African American Studies," presidential address at the annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1995
      • Dulaney, M., "Afrocentrism and American History," University of Alabama, Huntsville, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1995
      • Dulaney, M., "Protecting the Black Community: African-American Police Officers in Dallas and Houston, Texas," Sixth Annual African-American History in Texas Conference, Dallas, Texas, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1995
      • Dulaney, M., "The Meaning of the Third African-American Renaissance," Prairie View A & M University, Prairie View, Texas, 1995.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1995
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Inside Agitators: White Southerners in the Civil Rights Movement, by David Chappell. Georgia Historical Quarterly 1995: 515-516.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 1995
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Progressive Voters League." Dallas Reconsidered: Essays in Local History. Ed. Michael V. Hazel. Dallas: Three Forks Press, 1995. 169-183.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Paper 1994
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Police in America: A Historical Interpretation," annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1994
      • Dulaney, M., "The Civil Rights Movement in Texas," Institute of Texan Cultures Symposium on Black History in Texas, Dallas, Texas, 1994.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1994
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Political Access and Community Building in Dallas, Texas, 1930-1970," annual meeting of the Texas State Historical Association, Austin, Texas, 1994.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1994
      • Dulaney, M., "The African-American Experience in American Law Enforcement," Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas, 1994.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1994
      • Dulaney, M., "Carter G. Woodson and the Origins of Black History Month," Cedar Valley College, Dallas, Texas, 1994.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1994
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of From Slave to Statesman: The Legacy of Joshua Houston, Slave to Sam Houston, by Patricia Smith Prather and Jane Clement Monday. Journal of Mississippi History November 1994: 345-346.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1994
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of A History of Dallas from A Different Perspective/Time Change: An Alternative View of the History of Dallas, by Dr. Robert Prince/Roy Williams and Kevin Shay. Legacies 1994: 42-43.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1994
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of WPA Dallas Guide and History. Locus 1994: 181-182.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1993
      • Dulaney, M., "Why We Celebrate Black History Month," Richland College, Dallas, Texas, 1993.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1993
      • Dulaney, M., "Collecting and Using Black Historical Archives From A Historian's Perspective," annual meeting of the Society of Southwest Archivists, Houston, Texas, 1993.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1993
      • Dulaney, M., "The African-American Experience in American Law Enforcement," California State University, San Marcos, 1993.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1993
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of African-American Soldiers in the National Guard, by Charles Johnson. The Historian 1993: 172-173.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1993
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Black Dixie: Afro-Texan History and Culture in Houston, by Cary Wintz and Howard Beeth. The Houston Review 1993: 55-57.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1993
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of The Freedmen's Bureau and Black Texans, by Barry A. Crouch. Legacies 1993: 44-45.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 1993
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Whatever Happened to the Civil Rights Movement in Dallas, Texas?." Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement. Ed. W. Marvin Dulaney and Kathleen Underwood. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1993. 66-95.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book 1993
      • Eds. Dulaney, Marvin and Kathleen Underwood. Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1993.
        {Book} [Refereed/Juried]

      Encyclopedia Entry 1992
      • Dulaney, M. (1992). "Black Power;" "Stokely Carmichael;" "The Houston Informer;" "Smith v. Allwright;" and "Sweatt v. Painter". In Charles Lowery and John Marszalek (Eds.), Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
        {Encyclopedia Entry} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1992
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Politics in Dallas, Texas, 1935-1972," annual meeting of the Southwest Social Science Association, Austin, Texas, 1992.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1992
      • Dulaney, M., "African American History in Texas," North Lake College, Irving, Texas, 1992.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1992
      • Dulaney, M., "The Afrocentric Perspective on the Columbus Quincentenary," Tarrant County Junior College, Northwest, Fort Worth, Texas, 1992.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1992
      • Dulaney, M., "The Importance of African American History," Prairie View A & M University, Prairie View, Texas, 1992.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1992
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Promises to Keep: African-Americans and the Constitutional Order, 1776 to the Present, by Donald G. Nieman. The Historian 1992: 767-768.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1992
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Black Towns and Profit: Promotion and Development in the Trans-Appalachian West, 1877-1915, by Kenneth M. Hamilton. Locus 1992: 201-202.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1991
      • Dulaney, M., "Whatever Happened to the Civil Rights Movement in Dallas, Texas?," Twenty-sixth annual Walter Prescott Webb Lectures, University of Texas at Arlington, 1991.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1991
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Urban Texas: Politics and Development. Pacific Historical Review February 1991: 122-123.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1991
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Ethnicity in the Sunbelt: A History of Mexican Americans in Houston, by Arnoldo De Leon. The Houston Review June 1991: 161-162.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 1991
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Progressive Voters League." Legacies 3 (1991): 27-35.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1991
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Multiculturalism in Dallas, Texas: The Legacy for Sharing Political Power in the 1990s." Journal of Multicultural Studies 1 (1991): 8-20.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1990
      • Dulaney, M., "The Integration of the Police in Dallas, Texas," annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, Memphis, Tennessee, 1990.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1990
      • Dulaney, M., "The Civil Rights Movement in Dallas, Texas," annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Chicago, Illinois, 1990.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1990
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of The Accommodation: The Politics of Race in An American City, by Jim Schutze. Southwestern Historical Quarterly January 1990: 419-420.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1990
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of An Empire for Slavery: The Peculiar Institution in Texas, 1821-1865, by Randolph B. Campbell. Legacies 1990: 36-37.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1990
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Andrew Johnson and the Negro, by David W. Bowen. Journal of Negro History June 1990: 41-42.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 1990
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Texas Negro Peace Officers' Association: The Origins of Black Police Unionism." The Houston Review 12 (1990): 57-78.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1989
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Politics in Dallas, Texas, 1930-1970," annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1989.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1988
      • Dulaney, M., "The Constitutional Status of Afro-Americans," Black History Month presentation at the Dallas Regional office of the U. S. Department of Labor, 1988.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1988
      • Dulaney, M., "Why Black History?," Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch, Texas, 1988.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1988
      • Dulaney, M., "Moderator of the panel, The Black Vote in Houston: Myths and Realities," Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas, 1988.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 1988
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "The Black Church: An Agent of Social and Political Change." Texas Journal of Ideas, History and Culture 11 (1988): 8-10.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1987
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Politics in Dallas, Texas, 1930-1960: The Politics of Disfranchisement," annual meeting of the Southwest Social Science Association, Dallas, Texas, 1987.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1987
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of Through Many Dangers, Toils and Snares: Black Leadership in Texas,1868-1900, by Merline Pitre. Civil War History December 1987: 364-365.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 1987
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Sergeant Ira Cooper's Letter to the St. Louis Police Relief Association, May 25, 1924." Journal of Negro History 72 (1987): 84-86.
        {Journal Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1986
      • Dulaney, M., "Black Scholars and Black Nationalism: Acceptance, Ambivalence and Rejection," First Annual Benjamin E. Mays Academy of Scholars Conference, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1986.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1986
      • Dulaney, M., "The Rise of Black Police Organizations in America," Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Houston, Texas, 1986.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1983
      • Dulaney, M., "A Historical Overview of Black Leadership," Texas Student Leadership Development Conference, Bishop College, Dallas, Texas, 1983.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Review 1983
      • Dulaney, Marvin. Rev. of The Africans, by David Lamb. Journal of Negro History 1983: 222.
        {Book Review} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1982
      • Dulaney, M. and Bell, R., "Educating the Black Child: A Framework Curriculum for Re-Education," annual meeting of the Society of Ethnic and Special Studies, St. Louis, Missouri, 1982.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1979
      • Dulaney, M., "Blacks and Police Violence in Columbus, Ohio, 1900-1970," Ohio Black Political Assembly Police-Community Relations Forum, Columbus, Ohio, 1979.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1976
      • Dulaney, M., "lacks As Policemen in Columbus, Ohio, 1895-1945," Blacks in Ohio History conference, Central State University, 1976.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]
      1976
      • Dulaney, M., "Origins and Status of Black Police in the United States," Historical Perspectives on Criminal Justice conference, University of Nebraska-Omaha, 1976.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 1976
      • Dulaney, Marvin. "Blacks as Policemen in Columbus, Ohio, 1895-1945." Blacks in Ohio History. Ed. Rubin F. Weston. Columbus: Ohio Historical Society: , 1976. 10-16.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Paper 1971
      • Dulaney, M., "Russian Marxism: Its Beginnings to 1917," regional meeting of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, 1971.
        {Conference Paper} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

Presentations

    • April  2015
      "Judge Louis A. Bedford: A Life in Service"

      Keynote Address

    • February  2015
      "Integrating the Police in the South,"

      Black History Month Lecture

    • February  2015
      "The Long History of the Voting Rights Act and Its Significance in American History."

      Black History Month Presentation

    • February  2015
      "Deep in the Heart of Black Texas: Why We Celebrate Black History Month."

      Black History Month Lecture

    • February  2015
      "Deep in the Heart of Black Texas: Why We Celebrate Black History Month."

      Museum Public Program
       

    • January  2015
      "African Americans in American Law Enforcement."

      New York NOBLE Meeting
       

    • July  2014
      "Blacks in Law Enforcement: Sustaining the Gains in Rank."

      Conference Presentation.

    • April  2014

      "The Life and Times of William Sidney Pittman:  A Dallas Enigma."

    • February  2014

      "The Role of African American Historians and Scholars in Preserving Local History,"

      Conference presentation

    • February  2014

      "Deep in the Heart of Black Texas: Why We Celebrate Black History Month."

      Lecture

    • February  2014

      "The Old Prohibition vs. the New Prohibition."

      Lecture

    • February  2014

      The 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Movement."

      Lecture

    • February  2013

      "Why We Celebrate Black History Month"

      Arlington Public Library

    • February  2013

      "Julia Scott Reed: Telling the Truth About African Americans in Dallas" , 27 February 2013.

    • February  2013

      "The 'N Word': Epithet or Endearment," at Tarrant County College, Southeast Campus, 25 February 2013.

    • September  2012
      "Black Power and Police Administration in Two Cities: Cleveland and Atlanta," , 22 September 2012.
    • June  2012
      "Learning from the Past. . .Embrace Unity Today," 15 June 2012
    • May  2012
      "Robert Smalls and Civil Rights," Robert Smalls Commemorative Weekend Panel: Robert Smalls: His Actions, Impact & Legacy, 12 May 2012.
    • January  2012
      "Modern Prohibition: Measuring Success in the War on Drugs" , 11 January 2012.
    • August  2011
      Facilitator for - "The Past, Present and Future of the NBPA," 16 August 2011.
    • April  2011
      "Review of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander" , 30 April 2011.
    • March  2011
      "How to Conduct An Oral History Interview".5 March 2011.
    • March  2011
      "W. Sidney Pittman: A Dallas Enigma".African American Architecture in Dallas: Past, Present, Future. 26 March 2011.
    • March  2011
      "1954: Dismantling Segregation at St. Paul Hospital".31 March 2011.
    • February  2011
      "African Americans and the Civil War". 16 February 2011.
    • February  2011
      "African American Historiography".26 February 2011.
    • February  2011
      "The Importance of African American History". 26 February 2011.
    • January  2011
      "Juanita Craft: Another Unsung Heroine of the Civil Rights Movement," , 2011.
  • Past
    •  

      "The Life and Times of William Sidney Pittman: A Dallas Enigma."

      Symposium on the Life and Legacy of Architect William Sidney Pittman 

  • Past
    •  
      "Blacks in Law Enforcement: Sustaining the Gains in Rank."

      Conference presentation at the Annual Education Conference of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, Grand Rapids, MI, July 14, 2014

  • Past
    •  
      "History of African Americans in American Law Enforcement"

      Meeting presentation

  • Past
    •  
      "Judge L. A. Bedford and the Civil Rights Movement in Dallas,."

      Senator Royce West Lecture Series and Social Justice Forum
       

  • Past
    •  
      "The Long History of the Voting Rights Act and Its Significance in American History""

      Black History Month Lecture

Exhibitions

  • 2016
    • Feb 2016 Curation

      Kathlyn Gilliam Museum

      [Non-refereed/non-juried]

Courses

      • HIST 3366-001 African American History since 1865

        A history of African-Americans from 1865 to the present with emphasis on Reconstruction and the development of 20th century race relations, the emergence of modern African-American social and political institutions, the development of African-American identity and culture, and the evolution of the civil rights movement and Black Nationalism.    

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3365-001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865

        A history of African Americans in America from their African origins to 1865. Emphasis on early African society, American slavery, and the development of black institutions and culture in the U.S.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3366-001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1865-PRESENT

        A history of African-Americans from 1865 to the present with emphasis on Reconstruction and the development of 20th century race relations, the emergence of modern African-American social and political institutions, the development of African-American identity and culture, and the evolution of the civil rights movement and Black Nationalism.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 5363-001 Colloquium on the U.S. Civil Rights Movement

        This is a colloquium on the U. S. Civil Rights Movement that examines its historiography, interpretations, and history. The course examines the movement’s development with emphasis on its legal and direct action strategies, and its significance in American and world history.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3365-001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865

        A history of African Americans in America from their African origins to 1865. Emphasis on early African society, American slavery, and the development of black institutions and culture in the U. S.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 5345-001 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORY

        This is a graduate level seminar that will provide students an overview of the field of public history focusing on public historians, their work, their relaionship to academic historians, their accomplishments, and the ethical principles under which they operate. This course surveys the development of the field of public history and introduces students to the broad range of activities that comprise the field.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3366-001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1865-PRESENT

        A history of African-Americans from 1865 to the present with emphasis on Reconstruction and the development of 20th century race relations, the emergence of modern African-American social and political institutions, the development of African-American identity and culture, and the evolution of the civil rights movement and Black Nationalism.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3365-001 African American History to 1865

        A history of African Americans in the Americas from their African origins to 1865 with emphasis on early African society, the slave trade, enslavement in the United States, the abolitionist movement, and the development of African-American institutions and culture.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours1 Document
      • HIST 3366-001 African American History since 1865

        A history of African-Americans from 1865 to the present with emphasis on Reconstruction and the development of 20th century race relations, the emergence of modern African-American social and political institutions, the development of African-American identity and culture, and the evolution of the civil rights movement and Black Nationalism.   

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 5322-001 Seminar on the U. S. Civil Rights Movement

        This is a seminar on the U. S. Civil Rights Movement that examines its historiography, interpretations, and history. The course examines the movement’s development with emphasis on its legal and direct action strategies, and its significance in American and world history.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 5345-001 Introduction to Public History

        This is a graduate level seminar that will provide students an overview of the field of public history focusing on public historians, their work, their relationship to academic historians, their accomplishments, and the ethical principles under which they operate. This course surveys the development of the field of public history and introduces students to the broad range of activities that comprise the field. Special attention is given to history, philosophy, and purposes of historical agencies, archives and museums, as well as the involvement of historians in local, state, and federal government. In addition, the course will explore the professional responsibilities of public historians in dealing with employment issues, the public, grantsmanship, fundraising, and the management of public history organizations.  

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 4370-001 AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE WEST

        Course Description: Traditionally, scholars writing and studying African-American history have focused on the urban areas of the Eastern United States as well as the states of the Old South. Even when the West is covered in traditional African American history courses, the focus is still on the recent African-American experience in cities such as Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, and Los Angeles. Despite this limited focus, the African-American experience in the West is just as old, multi-varied and rich as that in other areas of the country. This course will address the history of African Americans in the West, starting with the experiences of the first Africans who accompanied the first European expeditions in the West and Southwest through the African-American settlements and migrations to the West in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, to the development and impact of the “West Coast” experience on African-American culture.

      • HIST 3366-001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY, 1865-PRESENT

        A history of African Americans from 1865 to the present with emphasis on Reconstruction and the development of 20th century race relations, the emergence of African-American identity and culture, and the evolution of the civil rights movmement and Black Nationalism.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3365-001 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865

        A history of African Americans from their ancestral roots in West Africa through their Colonial and Antebellum experiences in the Americas and the United States up to 1865.This course explores several major themes in African American history: the African cultural heritage of African Americans, the slave trade and enslavement, identity, resistance, nationalism, and the development of African-American culture and institutions.   

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3365-001 African American History to 1865

        A history of African Americans from their ancestral roots in West Africa through their Colonial and Antebellum experiences in the Americas and the United States up to 1865.This course explores several major themes in African American history: the African cultural heritage of African Americans, the slave trade and enslavement, identity, resistance, nationalism, and the development of African-American culture and institutions.   

        Summer - Intersession - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HIST 3300-001 Historical Methods

        This required course for history majors combines historiography and historical research. Students who enroll in this course will not only study recent trends in American historiography, they will also examine the historigoraphy of the African-American experience and how it has influenced and shaped American history. This course also introduces students to the methods of historical research, including the use and analysis of primary sources, using statistical data, oral history, and modern approaches to the study of history.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours

Service to the Community

  • Other
    • Mar 2016 to  Present Consulting and Community Service

      2016 Editor, Summary Report: Ninth Annual National Conference on Health Disparities and The National Environmental Justice & Training Program (Charleston, SC: Medical Unviersity of South Carolina, 2016) http://www.nationalhealthdisparities.com/2017/wash-summary-final-8-4sm.pdf

      2016 Project Director, Black Power Legacy Oral History Project, Dallas, Texas.

      2015 Editor, Summary Report: Eighth Annual National Conference on Health Disparities (Charleston, SC: Medical Unviersity of South Carolina, 2015).

      2015-2016 Co-Project Director, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Oral History Project.

      2014 Editor, Summary Report: Seventh Annual National Conference on Health Disparities (Charleston: Medical University of South Carolina, 2014). 

      2013 Author, Curriculum Guide for the Nichols Mobile African American History Museum;

      2013-2016 Board Member, Texas State Historical Association.;

      2013 Parade Marshal, 27th Annual Elite News Martin Luther King Parade, January 21.;

      2012-2013 Faculty Affiliate, UTA Center for African American Studies.

      2012 Editor, Summary Report: Sixth Annual National Conference on Health Disparities (Charleston: Medical University of South Carolina , 2013).

      2012 On camera analysis of Plessy v. Ferguson and Sweatt v. Painter for "Oyez! Oyez! Oh Yay!: Civic Education for Texas High School Students," State Bar of Texas.  ;

      Manuscript Reviewer, Palgrave MacMillan;

      Essay: "African-American Experience: Unique, Progressive in Dallas," Who's Who in Black Dallas (Columbus, Ohio: Who's Who Publishing Company, 2012), 24-28.;

       Editor, The Fifth Annual National Conference on Health Disparities: A Summary Report (Charleston, SC: Medical University of South Carolina, 2012).;

      Manuscript Reviewer, University of South Carolina Press.;

      Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of American History.;

      2011 Board Member, Mothers Against Teen Violence, Dallas, Texas.;

      Editorial Board, Legacies: A Journal of Dallas and North Texas History. ;

      Humanities Advisor, "Documenting the History of the Civil Rights Movement in  Dallas County, Texas"  A joint project of the Dallas African American Museum and the African American Education Archives and History Program, funded by a grant from Humanities Texas.;

      Editor, The Fourth Annual National Conference on Health Disparities: A Summary Report (Charleston, SC: Medical University of South Carolina, 2011).;

      Consultant, Teaching American History Project (Historical Inquiry Project), Horry County Schools, Horry County, South Carolina.;

      Consultant, Teaching American History Project (Project SPARKS), Dallas Independent School District. Dallas, Texas. ;

      Project Historian, Juanita Jewel Craft Historic Community, Dallas, Texas.;

      Reviewer of "The Texas Centennial Exposition: A. Maceo Smith and the Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement in Dallas," for Legacies.;

      Consultant, Dallas County African American Education Archives and History Program;

      Board Member, National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, Fort Worth, TX;

      2010 Consultant, Teaching American History Project (Project SPARKS), Dallas Independent School District.;

               Consultant, Teaching American History Project (Project Hope), Fort Worth Independent School District.;

               Consultant, Teaching American History Project (Historical Inquiry Project), Horry County Schools, Conway, SC.;

      2009   Consultant, Teaching American History Project, Dallas Independent School District;

                   Consultant, Historical Inquiry Project, Horry County Schools, SC;

      2008     Curator, "The Life and Times of Congressman Robert Smalls: A Traveling Exhibition," Avery Research Center, College of Charleston, August 7-September 20. See:www.robertsmalls.com;

         to      Editor, Charleston Black Heritage Visitors Guide. Charleston: Avery Research Center and        the Atlantic Publication Group.;

       2006  Treasurer, 100 Black Men of Charleston, Inc.;

                  Board Member and Program Committee Chair, Trident Urban League.;

                  Treasurer, South Carolina African American Heritage Commission.;

       2001   Member, State Historical Records Advisory Board  ;

       2006   Board Member, South Carolina Humanities Council.;

                 Board Member, City of Charleston, International African American Museum.;

      2003  Member, City of Charleston Arts and History Commission.;


      2006    Consultant for "Slavery and the Making of America" for WNET Channel 13 New York.;

      2004    Guest Curator, "L. A. Bedford: A Life in Service," exhibition co-sponsored by the Dallas Bar ;

      Association and the African American Museum, Dallas, Texas, January 15-February 15, 2004.;
      2003    Editor, Charleston Black Heritage Visitors Guide. Charleston: Avery Research Center and the    Atlantic Publication Group.;
      2001 Chair, 100 Black Men of Charleston, Inc. to 2003;

      2001  Board Member, Palmetto Project;
       2002  Steering Committee, Orangeburg Massacre Oral History Project.;
                Co-Editor, The Avery Review 4 (Spring/Fall 2001);

       1999 Secretary-Treasurer, 100 Black Men of Charleston, Inc;
       2001 Executive Council, Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History.;
                 Advisory Committee, Charleston African-American National Heritage Museum.;

       1999  Article: "The Impact of Local Civil Rights Leadership: Dallas, Texas As A Case Study," in Bernard E     Powers, Jr., Editor, The Legacy of African American Leadership for the Present and Future.
      Washington, D.C.: ASALH, 1999, pp. 179-189.;

                  Co-Editor, The Avery Review 2 (Spring 1999).;
          Consultant, "Africans in America" for WGBH Public Television, Boston.;
       1998 Editor and Editorial Board, The Avery Review 1 (Spring 1998).;
                Journal Article: "Black Police Officers in Charleston during Reconstruction," The Avery Review 1
                                          (Spring 1998): 69-86.;

              Member and Board Secretary, Cannon Street YMCA, 1998-2000.;
                Founding Board Member, Operation Understanding - Charleston.;
                Panelist, Black Student Union Symposium on African and African-American Studies.;
                Panelist, "Porgy and Bess: An American Voice" Program.;

                Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Student Awards Program Speaker.;
                Downtown Kiwanis Club Speaker. ; 1996 Board Member, Palmetto Project.-1998;
                Secretary and charter member, 100 Black Men of Charleston, Inc.
                Guest Curator, "Black Political History in Dallas, Texas, 1930-1990," an exhibit at the Dallas African American Museum.;
                Member, Charleston Downtown Rotary Club. 1996 Chair, Planning Committee, 1996 ASALH Annual Convention.;
       1995 Member, City of Charleston Tourism Commission.;
      -1998    Member, Charleston Heritage Federation.;
                Co-chair, Program Committee, Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies.
                Old Slave Mart Museum and African-American Heritage Tour Committee.
       1994 President, Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies.
      -1995
      1994 Newspaper article: "The Meaning of the Third African-American Renaissance." ;
                  Dallas Morning News, Black History Month Supplement, pp. 4-5, February 16.
       1994 Member, Company I, 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, Civil War Re-enactor Regiment,
         to     Charleston, SC.;
       1997
       1993 Literature Panelist, Texas Commission for the Arts.-1994
       1993 Curator, A. Maceo Smith Papers.
                Author and Consultant, "Dallas Black History and Heritage Tour" brochure and guide for the Dallas
                Historical Society and Old City Park.
               Editor, African-American Heritage Bowl Study Guide, published by the Dallas Museum of African-
              American Life and Culture.
               Curator and Consultant, Juanita Jewel Craft House Civil Rights Museum, for the Dallas Park Board.
              Vice President, Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies.
       1992 Executive Committee, Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies.-1994
       1992 Moderator, Sixth Annual "African American Heritage Quiz Bowl," May 16.
                Consultant: "Teaching American History from An Afrocentric Perspective," Texas College,
                 Tyler, Texas, October 19.
                Magazine article: "A Long Road to Blue," Our Texas, Summer 1992, 14-15.
       1991 Moderator, Fifth Annual "African American Heritage Quiz Show," May 18.
                Chair, Second Annual "African American History in Texas" Conference, February 16.
       1990 Consultant and Presenter, "African American History Notes," KKDA Soul 73 AM Radio.
      -1992
       1988 Editorial Board, Legacies, the semi-annual journal of the Dallas Historical Society.
      -1994
       1985 Curator of History, Dallas Museum of African-American Life and Culture (volunteer).
      -1994
       1990 Coordinator, Third Annual African American History Fair, May 19.
       Moderator, Fourth Annual "Know Your Heritage African American History Quiz Show," February 28.
               Conference Chair, "African American History in Texas" conference, February 16-17.
       1989 Consultant, "A Century of African Americans in the Dallas Political Arena," an exhibit at Dallas Old City Park, February-April.;
                 Coordinator, Second Annual African American History Fair, May 20.
              Steering Committee Member for the "Ramses the Great and the African Origins of Civilization"
                Conference sponsored by the Third Eye and the Dallas Institute of Humanities, April 28-30.
                Moderator, Third Annual "Know Your Heritage Quiz Show," February 27.
                Consultant and editor for Queens and Kings of African Heritage by LaRita Brown. Dallas: N & Out  Publishing.
       1988 Coordinator and Developer, "Afro-American History and Culture: A Media Curriculum." A joint project of the National Association of Black School Educators and the Dallas Independent School District.
      Coordinator, First Annual Black History Fair, sponsored by the Museum of African-American Life and
      Culture, March 20.;

               Moderator, Second Annual "Know Your Heritage Quiz Show," February 26.
       1987 Curator, Black Presence in Dallas Exhibit: "A History of Black Political Activism in Dallas County,1936-1986," Dallas Public Library, March-April.

      Project Director, Texas Committee for the Humanities project: "Black Religious Communities in
      Texas: Beacons of Hope," April-June.

    • Dec 2014 to  Apr 2015 Summary Report: Eight Annual National Conference on Health Disparities (Charleston, SC : Medical University of South Carolina, 2015).

      Conference Report

    • Apr 2014 to  Apr 2014 Moderator of "A Conversation with JoAnne Bland and Jerry Mitchell."

      Southern Methodist University Civil Rights Pilgrimmage Celebration

      Dallas, Texas

    • Apr 2014 to  Apr 2014 Moderator of the Panel: "Crime and Contributing Factors: Focus on Black-on-Black Crime"

      Forum 2014: National Forum of Black Public Administrators, San Antonio, Texas 

  • Appointed
    • Sept 2013 to  Present Faculty Affiliate, UTA Center for African American Studies

      Active faculty member of UTA's Center for African American Studies

  • Elected
    • Oct 2013 to  Jan 2015 Chair, Board of Directors, Mothers Against Teen Violence, Dallas, Texas

      Advocacy organization against violence and the war on drugs.

Service to the Profession

  • Appointed
    • June 2013 to  Mar 2015 Chair, Program Committee, Texas State Historical Association Annual Meeting, 2015

      TSHA Annual Meeting Chair.

    • Nov 2011 to  Nov 2012 Program Committee, Southern Historical Association, Annual Meeting, 2012

      SHA Program Committee service

Service to the University

  • Appointed
    • Sept 1994 to  Aug 2008 At the College of Charleston

      University Service:

      College Strategic Planning Committee, 2007 ;
      ExCel Awards Committee, 2007 ;
      Search Committee, President, 2006;
      Strategic Diversity Management Planning Council, 2006-2008 ;
      Chair, Brown Fellowship Society Cemetery Memorial Committee, 2001-2007;
      Search Committee, Provost, 2001-2003;
      Search Committee, Registrar, 2002;
      “Where We Do Go From Here” Project Steering Committee, 1999-2000;
      Search Committee for Controller, 2000;
      Search Committee for Director of Major Gifts, 2000;
      Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Celebration Committee, 1995-2000;
      ExCel Awards Committee, 1997-1998;
      Search Committee, Dean of the School of the Arts, 1997-1998;
      Search Committee, Director of International Student Programs, 1996;
      Search Committee, Director of Minority Student Programs, 1996;
      Avery Research Center Building Renovation Committee, 1994-1996;
      NCAA Compliance Committee, 1995-1996;
      Avery Research Center Fundraising Committee, 1994-1996;
      Low Country and Atlantic Studies Steering Committee, 1994-1996
      ;

      Departmental Committees:

      Research and Development Committee, 2007-2008;
      Curriculum Committee, 2006-2007;
      Advisory Committee to the Chair, 1997-1998, 2004-2005 and 2005-2007;
      History Club, 1995-1996;
      Speakers' Committee, 1994-1995;

    • Sept 1988 to  Aug 2013 At UTA

      University Service:

      Chair, Search Committee for the Chair of the Department of English, 2012-2013 ;
      Chair, Search Committee for the Director of the Center for African American Studies, 2011-2012;
      Center for African American Studies Planning Committee, 2009-2011 ;
      Chair, College Tenure and Promotion Committee, 2009-2010;
      College Tenure & Promotion Committee, 2008-2011;
      President, African-American Faculty and Staff Association, 2008-2010 ;
      Committee on the Status of Women and Minorities, 1992-1993, 2009-2010;
      Ad Hoc Committee on Minority Faculty Recruitment, 1991;
      Black History Month Committee, 1986-87;
      African Heritage Month Committee, 1988-91;
      Minority Cultures Collection (MCC) Committee, 1986-92;
      MCC Committee Chair, 1988-92;
      Center for Multi-cultural Cooperation Planning Committee, 1987-88;
      Center for Multi-cultural Cooperation Advisory Committee, 1988-91.

      Departmental Committees:

      Chair, Education Committee, 2009-2011;
      Tenure and Promotion Committee, 2008-2011;
      Recruitment Committee--African History, 1992-93;
      Curriculum, 1986-92;
      History Fair, 1989-91;
      Media, 1987-92;
      Library, 1986-92;
      Walter Prescott Webb Lectures, 1990-92;
      Chair, Phi Alpha Theta Committee, 1988-91;
      Long Range Planning, 1987-89;
      Recruitment Committee--U. S. Economic, 1986-87;
      Advisor, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, 1987-91;
      Advisor, National Society of Black Engineers, 1989-91;

    • Nov 2014 to  Dec 2014 ACTP for Interdisciplinary Studies

      Served on the ACTP for a candidate being evaluated for tenure and promotion in Interdisciplinary Studies.  

    • Dec 2014 to  Feb 2015 ACTP Chair for Third Year Review in Interdisciplinary Studies

      Served as the chair of the ACTP for a Third Year Review candidate in Interdisciplinary Studies.