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Adjunct Faculty

Keisha Blain

Keisha Blain, MA

Professor Blain is an adjunct professor in the African-Amerrican Studies department. Professor Blain teaches U.S. History, African American History, Women’s History and the African Diaspora. Her research interests include gender and Black Nationalism, and Black women’s international activities during the early twentieth century. Her articles have appeared in Women and Social Movements, 1600-2000 and JENDA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies.

blaink@tcnj.edu
 Prof. Michael Conklin

Michael Conklin, MA

As a historian, Prof. Conklin specializes in jazz history and American music, with particular focus on: jazz and race, music of the antebellum South, and the Harlem Renaissance. At TCNJ, he teaches History of Jazz.

conklin@tcnj.edu

David McAllister, Ph.D.

Professor McAllister is an adjunct professor in the African-Amerrican Studies department. He teaches History of Race Relations, among other courses.

mcallist@tcnj.edu
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