Dr. Jacqueline Rouse, Department of History, Receives Dr. Lorraine Williams Award from Association of Black Women Historians

Dr. Jacqueline Rouse, History DepartmentThe Department of History’s Prof. Jacqueline Rouse has received the Association of Black Women Historians‘ 2012 Dr. Lorraine Williams Award. Dr. Rouse received this prestigious award in recognition of her distinguished career as historian, author, and teacher. This distinction is given to one or two Africana women scholars who have taught at the collegiate level for over fifteen years.

Dr. Rouse was presented with this ward at the annual Association of Black Women Historians’ conference luncheon at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in Pittsburgh, PA, on September 29, 2012.

Dr. Rouse is Associate Professor of African American History and an associate faculty in the African American Studies Department. Her research, teaching, and publishing explore southern African American women’s community building and racial and gender activism in the context of social justice reform. Currently she is working on a biography of civil rights icon Septima P. Clark.

Her publications include:

cover, Jacqueline Rouse, Lugenia Burns

Congratulations to Dr. Rouse!

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