Teaching

As a social historian in the departments of History and Africana Studies at SUNY Binghamton, Bailey is dedicated to the study of AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY, CARIBBEAN HISTORY, AFRICAN HISTORY and AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES more generally. Her research has centered on the history of SLAVERY and THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE and its impact on Africa and its worldwide Diaspora. She is particularly interested in bringing voices of the past that have been previously at the margins of historical discourse to the center of inquiry, and as such, often employs the method of oral history. Subfields of interest include: THE ABOLITION MOVEMENT in the United States and HISTORY AND MEMORY STUDIES on a comparative level. (Slavery, Holocaust, Rwandan Genocide, Rape of Nanking).

Undergraduate Courses

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African American History to 1865

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Race and Slavery in U.S. History

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The Making of the African Diaspora

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History and Memory

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Caribbean Migrations

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Africans and African Americans in Paris

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Oral Histories of the Black Experience

Graduate Courses

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The American Civil Rights and the Anti-Apartheid movements

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Historiography of African Diaspora Studies


Find Anne C. Bailey's non-fiction book : The Weeping Time: Memory and the Largest Slave Trade Auction in American History on Amazon.