Dr. Felicia Thomas

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Office Location: 
313 BSSC
Phone: 
443.885.2236
Email: 
Felicia.Thomas@morgan.edu
Education:

African-American women; slavery; colonial United States; women and gender

Ph.D. History - Rutgers Univ.
M.Div. - Union Theological Seminary, New York
B.A. History - Mount Holyoke College

Undergraduate courses: United States History I & II; African-Americans in United States History; American Colonies; Civil War & Reconstruction; Black Women, Writing, and Resistance in U. S. History

Education:

African-American women; slavery; colonial United States; women and gender

Ph.D. History - Rutgers Univ.
M.Div. - Union Theological Seminary, New York
B.A. History - Mount Holyoke College

Undergraduate courses: United States History I & II; African-Americans in United States History; American Colonies; Civil War & Reconstruction; Black Women, Writing, and Resistance in U. S. History

Select Scholarship:

  • "African American Women, Literacy, and the Public Sphere in Eighteenth Century Massachusetts," Association for the Study of African American Life and History. October 2017.
  • "Colonial Economies of Gender, Race, and Labor in Early New England," Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Cornel University. September 2017.
  • "Members of Two Families Simultaneously," Guest Lecture, Introduction to Feminist Theory, Cornell University. September 2017.
  • Undergraduate Research Workshop, Quarles Summer Institute, Morgan State University. June 2017.
  • "Deconstructing Lemonade," Benjamin A. Quarles History Society, Morgan State University. March 2017.
  • "African American Women, Labor, and Skill in Eighteenth Century Massachusetts," National Conference of Black Studies. March 2017.
  • "Notices For Sale And Characteristics of African American Female Workers In Eighteenth Century Massachusetts," History Department Symposium, Morgan State University. January 2017.