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Harry Williams

Harry Williams

  • Laird Bell Professor of History, History

Education & Professional History

Lincoln University, BA; University of Missouri, MA; Brown University, MA, PhD.

At Carleton since 1989.

Courses Taught This Year

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

History

Since 1989. Lincoln University B.A., Missouri M.A., Brown A.M., Ph.D. African American history with primary teaching interests in 19th c. slavery studies, social and intellectual history, black conservatism, and cultural studies. Secondary teaching interests include the Black Atlantic with emphasis on Ghana (Gold Coast) and the United States, and the Concord intellectuals. Research interest is George S. Schuyler (1895-1977).  


Africana Studies

Professor Williams has been at Carleton since 1989. (Lincoln University B.A., Missouri M.A., Brown A.M., Ph.D.) African American history with primary teaching interests in 19th c. slavery studies, social and intellectual history, black conservatism, and cultural studies. Secondary teaching interests include the Black Atlantic with emphasis on Ghana (Gold Coast) and the United States, and the Concord intellectuals. Research interest George S. Schuyler (1895-1977). Bibliography. Member of the History Department, 2010-11 serving as the Director of African and African American Studies Program. Created and leads Carleton's Ghana Program: Ghana program

 

 

American Studies

B.A., Lincoln University; M.A., University of Missouri; Ph.D., Brown University

Professor Williams' teaches African American history, and his primary teaching interests include 19th c. slavery studies, social and intellectual history, black conservatism, and cultural studies. Secondary teaching interests include the Black Atlantic with emphasis on Ghana (Gold Coast) and the United States, and the Concord intellectuals. Research interest George S. Schuyler (1895-1977). Bibliography. Created and leads Carleton's Ghana Program: Ghana program.

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