Dr. Dexter Blackman

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Office Location: 
316 Holmes Hall
Phone: 
443-885-1781
Email: 
Dexter.Blackman@morgan.edu
Education:

Ph.D. History - Georgia State Univ.
M.A. History - North Carolina Central Univ.
B.A. History - North Carolina Central Univ.

Education:

Ph.D. History - Georgia State Univ.
M.A. History - North Carolina Central Univ.
B.A. History - North Carolina Central Univ.

Dr. Blackman researches and studies in the fields of African American, the African Diaspora, U.S. Foreign Policy and the Cold War histories, and African-American Studies. He is currently completing the book manuscript, We Are Standing Up for Humanity: Black Power, the Black Athletic Experience, and the 1968 Olympic Project for Human Rights.

Undergraduate Courses: United States History I & II; African-Americans in United States History

Select Publications and Scholarship

  • "The Negro Athlete and Victory': Athletics and Athletes as Advancement Strategies in Black America, 1890s-1930s," Sport History Review (forthcoming Jan-Feb 2017).
  • "African-American Pan-Africanism and the Anti-Apartheid Movement to Expel South Africa from the 1968 Olympics," Journal of Pan-African Studies 5:3 (June 2012): 1-19.
  • Guest Co-editor, "Sports in the African American Community," Journal of African-American History 96:1 (Winter 2011).