Robert A. Pratt's articles and essays have appeared in The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Rutgers Law Journal, The University of Richmond Law Review, Howard Law Review, The Georgia Historical Quarterly, and other journals and magazines. He is the recipient of several national fellowships and grants, including a Danforth Foundation Fellowship (1980-1984), a Spencer Foundation Grant (1990), and a Brown Foundation Fellowship (1995). He is the author of The Color of Their Skin: Education and Race in Richmond, Virginia, 1954-89 (Virginia, 1992) which received an Outstanding Book Award from the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights; We Shall Not Be Moved: The Desegregation of the University of Georgia (U of Georgia Press, August 2002); and Selma's Bloody Sunday: Protest, Voting Rights, and the Struggle for Racial Equality (Johns Hopkins Press, 2016).
History at Work
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Isabel Mann: honors student interns with the Athens Land Trust
AB History, AB Religion, MA History student Isabel Mann works hard at her courses, and harder in the community...
Summer Program in Public History
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History service projects
History students volunteered for service projects this year cleaning and restoring the grounds at local historic African American cemeteries.