Department of History and Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts
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Title: Associate Professor
Location: LIB, #349
Ph.D., Howard University, African Diaspora/Caribbean History, 2009
M.A., Howard University, West African & Public History, 2005
B.A., Howard University, History/Anthropology, 2001
History 405, African History I History 550, Oral History
History 300, Oral History Methodology History 552, Problems In American History
History 102, History Of Civilization II History 406, African History
Association of Caribbean Historians
African Heritage Studies Association
Obeah to Rastafari: Jamaica as a Colony of Ridicule, Oppression and Violence, 1865-1939 Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies , vol.10, no.1, March 2017
“Cutting Across Space and Time: Obeah’s Service to Jamaica’s Freedom Struggle in Slavery and Emancipation” in Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.9, no.5, August 2016
“Caribbean Migrants in Panama and Cuba, 1851-1927: The Struggles, Opposition and Resistance of Jamaicans of African Ancestry” in Journal of Pan-African Studies vol.5, no.9, March 2013
“Militancy and Spirituality: Haiti’s Revolutionary Impact on Jamaica’s Africans and Afro-Creole 1740-1824” WADABAGEI VOL 14: 1-2 Fall 2013
“ Maritime Marronage” in The Caribbean Slave Routes: Sites of Memory January 24, 2016 http://slaveroutes.creativejunction.com/maritime-marronage/
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