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Carey Latimore, Ph.D.
Chair, Associate Professor,
Carey Latimore, Ph.D.
Chapman Center, 220
African American Studies
Ph.D., Emory University
City on a Hill: African Americans Building Communities of Purpose (UMI Press: Chicago, 2018)
“The Hidden Potential of the Black Church” in Strengthening Families, Communities and Schools to Support Children’s Development (Routledge: New York, 2018)
The Role of Southern Free Blacks During the Civil War Era: The Life of Free African Americans in Richmond, Virginia 1850-1876 (Lewistown: Edwin Mellen Press, 2015).
“A Step Closer to Slavery? Free African Americans, Industrialisation, Social Control and Residency in Richmond City, 1850-1860” Slavery and Abolition 33 (March 2012): 119-137.
"Surviving War and the Underground: Richmond Free Blacks and Criminal Networks during the Civil War." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 117, No. 1, 2009.
The African American Experience Through Reconstruction
The African American Experience Since Reconstruction
The Civil War and Reconstruction
Free Blacks in America
Black Images in Film
The Old South
Seminar in United States History
Honors & Awards
Educator's Hall of Fame - Phi Delta Kappa, Gamma Tau Chapter, 2006
Summer Stipend - Trinity University, 2006.
Dean's Teaching Fellowship - Emory University, 2003 - 2004
Brown Southern Studies Award - Emory University, 2003 - 2004
Emory Minority Graduate Fellowship - Emory University, 1998 - 2003
Parker Award - University of Richmond, Department of History, 1998
Golden Key National Honor Society - University of Richmond, 1998
Cum Laude - University of Richmond, 1998
Grey Scholarship - University of Richmond, History Department, 1997 - 1998
Scholar - Consortium of Virginia Independent Colleges and Universities, 1997
Associate Minister - Antioch Baptist Church. Saluda, Virginia, 1997 - 2004
Deacon - Antioch Baptist Church. Saluda, Virginia, 1996.
Upton Scholar - Rappahannock Community College, 1995-6
Community service & Involvement
Chair, History Department, Trinity University, 2011-present.
Co-director, African American Studies, Trinity University, 2006- present.
Board Member, Philippine American Chamber of Commerce, 2018- present.
Member, Trinity University Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture Committee, 2005-
Vice Chairperson, Bexar County Historical Commission, 2017-2018.
Mayor’s Council on Police and Community Relations, 2016-2017.
Teacher, Vacation Bible School Young Adult Class, Mt. Zion First Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas, 2007.
Adviser, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Trinity University, 2007-
Member, Search Committee, Trinity University, Vice President for Student Affairs, 2007.
Co-director, African American Studies, Trinity University, 2006
Member, San Antonio African American Community History Project, 2006
Mentor and Adviser, Sam Houston High School, 2006.
Adviser, Black Student Union, Trinity University, 2005
Vice-Chair, Mt. Zion First Baptist Church, Pastor Search Committee, 2005
Tutor, Mahogany Brain Challenge 2005
Co-Chair - Black Men in Church Leadership and Beyond. Mt. Zion First Baptist Church, San Antonio,
Auditor - Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association. Virginia, 2000 - 2005
Sunday School Teacher - Greenforest Community Baptist Church 2002-2003
Vacation Bible School Teacher - Antioch Baptist Church, Saluda, Virginia, 1997-2000
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