Dr. Felicia Thomas

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Office Location: 
324 Holmes Hall
Phone: 
443.885.1794
Email: 
Felicia.Thomas@morgan.edu
Education:

African-American women; Slavery in New England; colonial United States; women and gender

Ph.D. History - Rutgers Univ.
M.Div. - Union Theological Seminary, New York
B.A. History - Mount Holyoke College

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

Education:

African-American women; Slavery in New England; colonial United States; women and gender

Ph.D. History - Rutgers Univ.
M.Div. - Union Theological Seminary, New York
B.A. History - Mount Holyoke College

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

Select Scholarship:

  • "In the Beginning Was the Word: Black Women and Literacy in Colonial Massachusetts," The Association for the Study of African American Life and History Annual Meeting (Richmond, 2011).
  • "What the Advertisements Reveal: Fugitive Slave Women in Eighteenth Century New York," The Association for the Study of African American Life and History Annual Meeting (Birmingham, 2008).
  • "Flight and Freedom: A Study of Runaway Advertisements From New York Newspapers Of the Revolutionary Era," Warren G. Susman Conference, Rutgers Univ. (New Brunswick, 2008).
  • "The Formation of a Free Black Community in Nineteenth Century New York City," New Jersey Council for the Humanities Teachers' Institute, Monmouth Univ. (Long Branch, 2007).