Kenneth Marshall, Associate Professor

Ph.D. Michigan State University, 2003
MA Michigan State University, 1995
BA Rider University, 1991

Areas of Specialization:
Slavery, Emancipation, Rural Middle Atlantic
Race, Black Manhood
Black Migration

Courses Taught:
U.S. to 1865
U.S. Since 1865
American History Seminar (Resistance in African-American History)
African-American History/Cinema (Blaxploitation Film)
Black Manhood in Modern America
The Black Power Movement
Segregation to Civil Rights
Slavery in America

Manhood Enslaved: Bondmen in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century New Jersey (Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester Press, 2011) (Gender and Race in American History).

"Threat of a Bondman: Political Self-Fashioning and Christian Empowerment in the Memoir of Quamino Buccau, A Pious Methodist," Slavery and Abolition, v. 29, n. 3 (September 2008): 361-388.

"'His Disposition Was Not in Any Sense Agreeable': The Making of an Eighteenth-Century Malcontent Northern Slave, 'Old Yombo,'" Contours: A Journal of the African Diaspora, v. 3, n. 1 (Spring 2005): 1-25.

"Powerful and Righteous: The Transatlantic Survival and Cultural Resistance of an Enslaved African Family in Eighteenth-Century New Jersey," Journal of American Ethnic History, v. 23, n. 2 (Winter 2004): 23-49.

"Work, Family and Day-to-Day Survival on an Old Farm: Nance Melick, a Rural Late    Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century New Jersey Slave Woman," Slavery and Abolition, v. 19, n. 3 (December, 1998): 22-45.

Works in Progress:
"'Committing the most bloody deed': The Murder Case of 'Little Jim," a Nineteenth-Century New Jersey Slave Boy."

Editorial Board, Journal of the Early Republic

Joined Oswego Faculty: 2007