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Diane Batts Morrow

Multicultural history and African American history

Associate Professor
Ph.D. Georgia 1996

Office: 226 LeConte
Office Hours: T 3:30-4:45pm or by appt.

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Diane Batts Morrow's recent book is Persons of Color and Religious at the Same Time: The Oblate Sisters of Providence, 1862-1860 (University of North Carolina Press, 2002).

Research and Teaching Interests

[African American]
[U.S. 19th & 20th Century]
[Women's History]

Selected Publications

Persons of Color and Religious at the Same Time: The Oblate Sisters of Providence, 1826-1860 (Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2002) More Info

Honors and Awards

Faculty Research Fellowship, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts (2014-2015)

Distinguished Book Award, Conference on the History of Women Religious (2004)

Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Prize, Association of Black Women Historians (2002)

Courses Taught

HIST2050H: Multicultural America [Syllabus]

HIST2051: Multiculturalism in Early America

HIST3101: Early African American Experience

HIST4055: Survey of African American Intellectual Thought

HIST8005: The Experience of Slavery in the United States

Dissertations Supervised

Goodwin, Daleah, ""A Torch in the Valley": The Life and Work of Miss Hallie Quinn Brown" (2014)

MA Theses Supervised

Player, Tiffany, "Anti-Lynching Crusaders: A Study of Black Women's Activism" (2008)

Rohrer, Katherine E., "Black, White and Sunday School:The Relationship Among Religion, The Plantation Mistress, and The Slave in Reality and in Memory" (2007)

Fields, Antar Petey, "Decolonizing Blyden" (2005)


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