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Kevin McGruder Antioch College Yellow Springs, Ohio KEVIN McGRUDER CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, GRADUATE CENTER Ph.D. in History, June, 2010 Major in American History Minor in African American History Interdisciplinary Studies Concentration in Africana Studies Dissertation Topic: Race and Real Estate:Interracial Conflict and Coexistence in Harlem, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, 1984 Masters in Business Administration (Real Estate Finance) HARVARD UNIVERSITY, 1979 Bachelor of Arts, Economics EDUCATIONAL APPOINTMENTS ANTIOCH COLLEGE, Yellow Spring, Ohio, Humanities Department Assistant Professor, Summer 2012-, Ohio Stories, U.S. History Survey, Parts I, II, World History Survey, Parts I, II, History of a City, History of an Institution, Latin American History LEHMAN COLLEGE, Bronx, N.Y., Department of African and African American Studies, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fall, Summer 2012, Introduction to African and African American Studies, History of African Americans LEHMAN COLLEGE, Bronx, N.Y., Department of African and African American Studies, Substitute Lecturer, Fall, Spring, 2010, Introduction to African and African American Studies, History of African Americans, Field Placement in the African American Community LEHMAN COLLEGE, Bronx, N.Y., History Department, Adjunct Lecturer, Summer 2009, History of New York State and City HOSTOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Bronx, N.Y.- Social Sciences Department, Winter Intercession Semester, January, 2009, American History Survey, Colonial Period to the Civil War 1 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, Newark, N.J., History Department, Adjunct Lecturer, Summer 2008, Gay and Lesbian History HUNTER COLLEGE, New York, N.Y., History Department, Adjunct Lecturer, Fall, 2005, Spring 2006, Summer 2006, Summer 2007, Summer 2008, Summer 2009, Summer 2010, American History Civil War to the Present ; Fall American History Colonial Era to 1865, American History Civil War to the Present LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Queens, N.Y. Social Sciences Department, Adjunct Lecturer, Summer, 2005 American History to 1865 and American History Since 1865 BARUCH COLLEGE, New York, N.Y., History Department, Adjunct Lecturer, Summer, 2004 Themes in American History: The Construction of Race and the Significance of Ethnicity in North America before 1865 QUEENS COLLEGE, Queens, N.Y., History Department, Adjunct Lecturer, Spring, 2004 American History 1607 to 1865 BARUCH COLLEGE, New York, N.Y., Black and Hispanic Studies, Adjunct Lecturer, Spring, Fall, 1994-Spring, Fall, 1995 Black Economic Development: 1860 to the Present COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York, N.Y., Community Collaboration, Instructor, Fast Trac Entrepreneurship Program, Fall, 1993-Fall, 1995 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE LEHMAN COLLEGE, Bronx, N.Y., Mentorship Coordinator, Urban Male Leadership Program, Fall, NEW YORK COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES, New York, N.Y., Facilitator of Reading Between the Lines reading groups Black Innovators of the Early Twentieth Century, Lewis Latimer House, Fall, 2005, Finding Liberty in Literature, Morris Jumel Mansion, Spring 2006 HARLEMADE STYLE SHOP, New York, N.Y., Co-Owner, Secretary/Treasurer, GAY MEN OF AFRICAN DESCENT, New York, N.Y., Executive Director, ABYSSINIAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, New York, N.Y. Chief Operating Officer, Director of Real Estate Development, Real Estate Development Consultant, HOME TO HARLEM GIFTSHOP, New York, N.Y., Owner/Manager, LOCAL INITIATIVES SUPPORT CORPORATION, New York, N.Y. Program Director, Program Officer, Assistant Program Officer, LUTHERAN HOUSING CORPORATION, Cleveland, Ohio, Assistant to the Director/Project Director, CITY OF CLEVELAND DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, Project Director, FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS Scholar-in-Residence, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture/New York Public Library, Sponsored Dissertation Fellowship, City University of New York Writing Fellowship, Hunter College, New York State Black Gay Network, Craig G. Harris Fellow President s Fellowship, City University of New York Graduate Center, MAGNET Scholarship, City University of New York, Graduate Center, BOOK REVIEWS Harlem When It Sizzled, (The Harlem Renaissance: Hub of African-American Culture, by Steven Watson) Lesbian and Gay New York, Winter, 1995 Harlem Glory (Claude McKay):The Renaissance of a Book, The Guardian, November, 1991 SCHOLARLY ARTICLES Pathologizing Sexuality: The U.S. Experience, in Black Sexualities: Powers, Passions, Practices, and Policies, edited by Sandra L. Barnes and Juan Battle, Rutgers University Press, 2010 Black Sexuality in the U.S.: Presentations as Non-normative, Journal of African American Studies, Online, October, 2008, Springerlink, Print version, Vol. 13 (2009) To Be Heard in Print: Black Gay Writers in 1980s New York, Obsidian III: Literature in the African Diaspora,Spring/Summer 2005, Volume 6, Number 1 (North Carolina State University) Jane Ryder Fisher The Black Scholar, Spring/Summer ARTICLES/OPINION PIECES/FICTION Our Malcolm, Ourselves, By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X, Real Not Reinvented, Herb Boyd, Haki Madhubuti, Maulana Karenga, editors (2011) The Trouble With Shirley, Gay City News, February 3-9, 2005 The DL Men & HIV, Black Star News On-line December 16, 2004 Generations at Unity Fellowship Church, Black Pride New York City Official Pride Guide, 2002 Why We March, New York Amsterdam News, September, 2000 (co-authored with Gary English, Kim Ford, and Nguru Karugu) I Hate Basketball, Fighting Words: Personal Essays by Black Gay Men, Charles Michael Smith, Ed., (New York, Avon Books) 1999 Black Economic Development: Harlem 1996, New York Amsterdam News, January 1996 Black Men Marching: You Don t Have to be Loud to be Strong, The City Sun, September, 1995, New York Amsterdam News, September, 1995 Colleagues, in Sojourner Black Gay Voices in the Age of AIDS, Bert Hunter, ed. (New York: Other Countries Press, 1993) CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Documents of Defense: Racial Restrictive Covenants in Harlem , Work in Progress Conference, Institute for Research in the African Diaspora and the Caribbean/City University of New York African American Network, October, 2006 The Limits of Liberation: Same Sex Marriage and the African American Community, Black Gay Research Summit, Booklyn, N.Y. August, 2005 Lifting Up a Standard to the People: Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. s Campaign Against Abnormal Vice in 1920s Harlem, Work in Progress at CUNY on the African Diaspora, Conference of the Institute for the Research in the African Diaspora and the Caribbean and the City University of New York African American Network, October, 2004 A Fair and Open Field: Black New Yorkers Respond to the Draft Riots, Conference on New York State History, Saratoga Springs, New York, June 2004 The Black Manifesto: A Demand for Reparations, Temple University Graduate Student History Conference, February INVITED EDUCATIONAL LECTURES Abyssinian Baptist Church- The Abyssinian Baptist Church: 200 Years of Faith, Service, and Growth, October-December, 2007 Abyssinian Baptist Church- The Historical Harlem, February-March, 2007 Cornell Univerisity Urban Semester (one-day presentations), 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Harlem Past and Present Atlanta History Center Summer Intern Program, Summers, , Harlem Past and Present Baruch College Black Students Organization, 1997, Philip Payton and the Afro-American Realty Company Marymount College, New York, N.Y. 1996, The Harlem Renaissance and the Jazz Age Cornell University Urban Semester, Harlem Past and Present, 1996 Baruch College Black Students Organization, 1995, The Necessity of Myth: Booker T. Washington and the National Negro Business League CONFERENCE ORGANIZER: The Legacy of Malcolm X, City College of New York, Black Studies Program, May, 2005 Black Masculinities, City University of New York Graduate Center, Africana Studies Group, February, 2005 (Co-Chair) Gentrification in Harlem, City College of New York, Black Studies Program, March, 2004 Black Feminisms, City University of New York Graduate Center, Africana Studies Group, March 2004 Harlem Institutions: A Historical Perspective, City College of New York, Black Studies Program, March, 2003 EXHIBITIONS Abyssinian Baptist Church Bicentennial Exhibit, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, N.Y., February, 2008-June, 2008, Co-Curator COMMUNITY SERVICE Abyssinian Baptist Church Archives and History Ministry, President, Africana Studies Group Co-Chair, Fall Spring 2005, City University of New York Graduate Center City University of New York Doctoral Students Council: History Program Representative, , At-Large Representative , 5 City University of New York, History Program Faculty Membership Committee , History Program Executive Commiteee, Harlem Textile Works Board of Directors, Chairman,
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