Will Guzmán Director, Office of Black Diasporan Culture
Assistant Professor of History / African American Studies
Ph.D., University of Texas at El Paso
B.S., African American Studies (summa cum laude), Florida A&M University
“On the margin of European culture...the ‘coloured’ intellectual is an artifact of colonial history...He is a creature of two worlds, and of none.”
–Ambalavaner Sivanandan, “The Liberation of the Black Intellectual” (1974)
The Carrie Meek-James N. Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives, Research Center, & Museum, 445 Gamble Street, room #207
- AFH-4200 African History, 19th & 20th Centuries
- AMH-2020 U.S History, 1865 to the present
- AMH-2091 Introduction to African American History
- AMH-3104 The African American Experience
- AMH-3572 African American History, 1865 to the present
- HIS-1921 Introduction to Professional Development
- LAH-4130 Latin American History
- “Jack Johnson,” “William Henry Lewis,” “Pedro Bratu Salina,” “Mary Eliza Church Terrell,” and “Robert H. Terrell.” Encyclopedia entries submitted in the forthcoming Booker T. Washington Encyclopedia (Westport: Greenwood Press) edited by Dr. Maceo C. Dailey, Jr.
- Review of George Washington Carver: A Biography, by Gary R. Kremer, The Journal of Southern History vol. 77, no. 4 (November 2011).
- Dr. Lawrence A. Nixon Historical Marker (Texas Historical Commission: El Paso Community Foundation, 2003).
- “Month’s End Only Beginning.” The Prospector. April 10, 2002.
- Guzmán, Will and Dr. Tameka Bradley Hobbs. Landmarks and Legacies: A Guide to Tallahassee’s African American Heritage, 1865-1970 (Tallahassee: John G. Riley House Museum, 2000).
- Racial Violence in the Americas
- Blacks in Latin America & the Caribbean
- African American History, 1865-present
- Afro-Latinas/os in the U.S., 1865-present
- U.S. History, 1865-present
For a full Curriculum Vitae, contact Will Guzmán directly.