Kenneth Hamilton

Associate Professor & Director of Ethnic Studies, SMU

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(214) 768-3598

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  • Ph.D. Washington University, 1978 
  • M.A. Kansas State University, 1972 
  • B.A. Northwestern Okla. State University, 1968 
  • A.A. Cowley County, Kansas, Community College, 1966

Publications, Speeches and Presentations

  • Black Towns and Profit: Promotion and Development in the Trans-Appalachian West, 1877-1917, University of Illinois Press, 1991
  • "White Wealth and Black Repression: Blacks in Harrison County, Texas, 1865-1868," The Journal of Negro History, 1999 
  • “African Americans After Reconstruction and During the Booker T. Washington Era” in The African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship, Library of Congress exhibit catalog, 1997 
  • Introduction to The Records of The National Negro Business League,University Publications of America, 1995 
  • "The Origin and Early Promotion of Nicodemus" in Nicodemus, Kansas, ed. J. Keith Everett, A.I.A. United States National Park Service, 1985