Dr. Quintard Taylor, Jr.
Scott and Dorothy Bullitt
Professor of American History
 
 
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African American History | African American History in the West (Now available at www.blackpast.org)  


Related Courses

Rick Bonus

  • AES 151: Introduction to the Cultures of American Ethnic Groups

Stephanie Camp 

  • HSTAA 225: American Slavery (Fall 2004)
  • HSTAA 321: From Slavery to Serfdom: Black Americans before Civil Rights (Fall 2004)
  • HSTAA 506: Slavery in the Americas (Graduate Course)
  • HSTAA 549: Culture, Politics and Power in Nineteenth Century Black America (Graduate Course)

Susan Glenn

  • HSTAA 490: Jews and Blacks

Jim Gregory  

  • HSTAA 105: The Peoples of the United States

Moon-Ho Jung

  • HSTAA 205: Asian American History
  • HSTAA 406: Asian American Activism
  • HSTAA 519: Asian American History (Graduate Course)

Erasmo Gamboa

  • HSTAA 283: History of the Chicano People to 1848
  • HSTAA 284: History of the Chicano People since 1848

Alexandra J. Harmon

  • HSTAA 417: Indians in Western Washington
  • HSTAA 517: American Indian History (Graduate Course)

Robert T. McKenzie

  • HSTAA 411: The United States During the Era of Civil War and Reconstruction

Nikhil Singh

John C. Walter

  • HSTAA 150: Introduction to African American History

OTHER CAMPUSES

Luther Adams (University of Washington, Tacoma)

  • TCSIUS 341: Black Freedom Movement in Perspective
  • TCSIUS 342: African American History
  • TCSIUS 450: Black Labor
  • TIBCUS 459: African American Culture and Consciousness
  • TIBCUS 460: African American Religious History
  • TIBCUS 466: Life and Thought: Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Angela Davis

Michael Honey

  • TCSIUS 341: Black Freedom Movement in Perspective
  • TCSIUS 342: African American History
  • TCSIUS 450: Black Labor
  • TIBCUS 459: African American Culture and Consciousness
  • TIBCUS 460: African American Religious History
  • TIBCUS 466: Life and Thought: Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Angela Davis

Wilson Ed Reed (Seattle University)

  • CRJS 306-1: African American Novels, Music & Film
  • CRJS 310-01: American Court System
  • SOCL 480-02: Policing Seattle