History Program
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Dr. Dwayne Mack

Associate Professor of History, Carter G. Woodson Chair in African American History

At Berea College since 2003

Contact Information:

Frost, Room 101A
Phone: (859) 985-3369
E-Mail: dwayne_mack@berea.edu
CPO 2027

Office Hours, Spring 2015:

Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:00 am – 9:00 am; 1:10 pm – 2:00 pm
Tue/Thu: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Or By Appointment

Class Schedule:

  • AFR 165/HIS 165 (Mon/Wed/Fri: 10:40 am – 11:50 am)
  • GSTR 210 B (Mon/Wed/Fri: 12:00 pm – 1:10 pm)
  • HIS 162 (Mon/Wed/Fri: 9:20 am – 10:30 am)

Degrees

  • B.A., Methodist College, 1993
  • M.A., North Carolina Central University, 1996
  • Ph.D., Washington State University, 2002

Honors and Awards

  • Summer 2005 – Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Program, Berea College
  • Spring 2005 – Served as African American specialist for a NEH Grant, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA
  • Summer 2004 – Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Program, Berea College
  • Fall and Spring 2003/04 – Professional Growth Grant, Berea College

Courses

  • HIS 356 Seminar: Civil Rights Movement
  • HIS 406 Advanced topics in history: Examining the Civil Rights Movement
  • HIS 165 Introduction to African-American History
  • HIS 365 Seminar in African-American History
  • HIS 386 Special Topics: Slavery’s Impact on American Society
  • GSTR 203 US Traditions
  • GSTR 100 Stories

Special Interests

Raising our four children: Charity, Liberty, Jelani, and Kosey

Affiliations

  • Association for the Study of African American Life and History /Phi Alpha Theta/Southern
  • Southern Conference on African American Studies

Papers and Publications

  • “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around: Berea College’s Participation in the Selma to Montgomery March” Berea College Chapel Service, Berea, KY. Spring 2005
  • “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around: Berea College’s Participation in the Selma to Montgomery March” Black History Month Presentation, Kentucky Army Depot, Richmond, KY. Spring 2005
  • “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around: Berea College’s Participation in the Selma to Montgomery March” Kentucky Blacks in Higher Education, Conference Presentation, Berea College, Berea, KY. Spring 2005
  • “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around: Berea College’s Participation in the Selma to Montgomery March,” Ohio Valley History, forthcoming, fall 2005
  • “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around: Berea College’s Participation in the Selma to Montgomery March” Presentation, Tukule Tusome (To Eat to Learn) Lecture Series, Berea College Berea, KY. Fall 2004
  • “Blacks in the West,” under contract to write a chapter in Benjamin Johnson, ed., The West (ABC Clio Publishing Company, forthcoming)
  • “Crusade for Equality: The Civil Rights Struggle in Spokane during the Early 1960s,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, volume 95 # 1, winter 2003/2004
  • “Hazel Scott: A Career Curtailed,” Journal of African American History, forthcoming, spring 2004
  • “How Long Not Long: Berea College’s Response to the Voter Rights Campaign,” Griot, forthcoming, fall 2005
  • “May the Work I’ve Done Speak for Me”: African American Civilian Conservation Corps Enrollees in Libby and Troy,Montana, 1933-34,” The Western Journal of Black Studies,volume 27 #4, winter 2003
  • “Reflections on the Participation of Berea College in theSelma to Montgomery March,” Race, Repression , & Reconciliation, Conference Panel Presentation, Berea College, Berea, KY. Fall 2005
  • “Triumphing Through Adversity: African Americans in Spokane, Washington” Presentation, Columbia River Basin College, Pasco, WA. Spring 2005
  • “The Vietnam Years,” under contract to write a chapter in Orlan Svingen, ed., Montana National Guard History, (Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press, forthcoming)
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