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Dr. Greg Carr
Associate Professor & Chair


gcarr@howard.edu
Founders Library, 318
(202) 806-7581

Publications:

"Pan-African Historiography: Assumptions, Techniques and Africana Nationalist Uses of the Past" The National Council for Black Studies. 24th Annual International Conference. Atlanta, GA: March 18, 2000.

"Theories of Africana Historiography: A Framework for Studying the Construction of the Africana Past," The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations. 17th Annual Kemetic Studies Conference. Atlanta, GA. March 25, 2000.

"Pan-African Historiography: Techniques of the Nationalist Uses of the African Past," Mid-Atlantic Region, The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations. Philadelphia, PA: November 11, 1999.

"Requiem for a Timekeeper: John Henrik Clarke and Late Capitalist Africana Nationalist Intellectual Praxis." The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations. 16th Annual Kemetic Studies Conference, Detroit, MI: March 19, 1999.

"Africana Nationalist Intellectual History: Notes on the Interrogation of Negro Intellectuals," 8th Annual Khepera Graduate Student Conference. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA: April 25, 1998.

 

 

 

Education:

African American Studies, Ph.D.
Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


African-American Studies, M. A.
The Ohio State University

Ohio State University College of Law, J.D.

Speech Communications and Theater. B.S.
Tennessee State University

Experience:

2001-present
Associate Professor
Department of Afro-American Studies
Howard University, Washington, D.C.

November 1999 - 2001
Program Specialist, School District of Philadelphia, PA.

August 1998 - October 1999
Categorical Programs Liaison (Assistant to the Director of School to Career). Office of Education for Employment, School District of Philadelphia, PA.


 

 

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