Dr. Titus Brown
Professor of History, Political Science and African American Studies
Ph.D. Florida State University, 1995
Office: Tucker Hall, Room 407
Phone: (850) 599-3374
Fields of interest:
- African-American History
- Public History
- AFA 4936 - Sr Sem Afro-Am Studies
- AMH 5578 - Prob Afri-Amer History
- HIS 6971 - Masters Thesis
- AMH 2020 - US History 1865-Pres
- AMH 4202 - Twentieth Century United States History
- AMH 5176 - Civil War Reconstruction
- "Plantation Economy of Lee County, Georgia: 1850-1865," Research Bulletin, Vol. 33, Spring of 1991.
- "The Dawn of a New Day: The Effect of World War I on the Entrance of Black Women in Industry" The Griot Vol. II, No. I Spring 1992.
- "The Twentieth of May: Celebrating African-American Freedom in the South Georgia," Journal of Southwest Georgia History, Vol.VIII, Fall 1993.
- "Origins of African American Education in Macon, Georgia 1865-1866," Journal of Southwest Georgia History, Vol.XI, Fall 1996
- "The African American Class Structure and Ideology in Thomasville, Georgia During the Age of Booker T. Washington," Journal of Southwest, Georgia History, (Fall 2000).
- "A New England Missionary and African-American Education in Macon: Raymond G. von Tobel at the Ballard Normal School, 1908-1935," Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol.82 Summer 1998.
- Faith, Firm, and True: African American Education in Macon, Georgia, 1865-1949, (Mercer University Press, 2001).
- Albany State University: A Centennial History: 1903-2003, (Arcadia Publishers, 2003)
- African- American Life on Southern Hunting Plantations, (Arcadia Publishers, 2000)
- The African American Experience, (McGraw Hill, 2000)
- Appointed: Florida Historical Commission, 2007
- Appointed: Florida National Register Review Board, 2007
- Historian of the Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society National Office