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Raymond Gavins

Raymond Gavins, Professor of Education and History

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302 Carr Bldg, Durham, NC 27708

Research and teaching: Modern America, Afro-America, and American South

Curriculum Vitae

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. R Gavins. The Cambridge Guide to African American History. Cambridge University Press, February, 2016. 346 pages pp.  [abs]
  2. R Gavins. "A historical overview of the barriers faced by black American males in pursuit of higher education." Diversity in Higher Education Diversity in Higher Education: Diminishing Proportions6 (December, Submitted, 2009): 13-29. [doi]
  3. R Gavins. "Diaspora Africans and Slavery." manualAfricana Studies: A Survey of Africa and the African Diaspora, 3rd ed, 91-108. (2005).
  4. R Gavins and IT Hill. "From the Editors: Behind the Veil." OAH Magazine of History 18 (January, Submitted, 2004): 3-36. [25163653], [doi]
  5. R Gavins. "Literature on Jim Crow." OAH Magazine of History 18 (January, Submitted, 2004): 13-16. [25163655], [doi]

Fellowships: Ford, NEH, Rockefeller, Southern, Carter G. Woodson Institute, Whitney M. Young Jr., Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Co-recipient: Distinguished Oral History Project Award, Oral History Association, 1996; Carey McWilliams Book Award, 2002; Lillian Smith Book Award, 2002.

Julian Francis Abele Achievement Award, Black Graduate and Professional Student Association, 1998.

Recipient: John W. Blassingame Award, Southern Historical Association, 2008

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