Teaching

 

Men, women, and children, accompanied by troops of the Union Army. These ex-slaves were "contrabands" who chose to relocate after the Emancipation Proclamation.

Men, women, and children, accompanied by troops of the Union Army. These ex-slaves were “contrabands” who chose to relocate after the Emancipation Proclamation.

Courses Taught Regularly:

African American History I (1400-1865)

African American History & Memory

For Fall ’15, I centered the class around Black Detroit and created the Black Detroit in History & Memory site to document our work and post students’ research project.

The Civil War & Reconstruction

African American History II (1865-1968)

American Slavery

The Civil Rights Movement

Lynching in American Life & Culture