Black Studies

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Black Studies

Faculty

Moore, Zelbert

Ph.D. (1978) Temple University – History (concentration in Brazil & the Caribbean)


Assistant Professor

Department: Black Studies
Office: FOB W5
Phone: (845) 257-2763
E-mail: moorez@newpaltz.edu

Assistant Professor

Department: Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Office: FOB W5
Phone: (845) 257-2763
E-mail: moorez@newpaltz.edu

Office Hours

M10:00 AM - 12:15 PM
W10:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Research/Creative Activity

Latin America & the Caribbean
Brazil Race Relations - 19th – 20th Century
Black contributions to the Socio/Political Development of Latin America (Columbia-Cuba-Venezuela-Brazil-Ecuador-Peru).
Cuba and the Liberation of Southern Africa (1975-1988)
The new scramble for Africa – (1961-2004)
Congo DP & Rwanda – which way for the future
A New Genocide in the World: Chad-the Sudan.
The Second Reconstruction in America – Brown to Reason – 1954-1988
The resurgence of White Racism against Blacks (1988-present)
U.S. Presidents and Black Americans – Eisenhower to George W. Bush

Publications

Book Review of Samba: Resistance in Motion, by Barbara Browning. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 30.2 (1997): 412-414.

“Out of the Shadows: Black and Brown Struggles for Recognition and Dignity in Brazil, 1964-1985,” Journal of Black Studies 19.4 (1989): 394-410.

“Reflections on Blacks in Contemporary Brazilian Popular Culture in the 1980s,” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 7 (1988): 213-226.

“Cuba in Africa: 1960-1985,” Afro-Hispanic Review, 5.1-3 (1986): 31-36.