Department of History

Dr. Daleah Goodwin

Assistant Professor of History

Daleah Goodwin (she/her) is a historian of nineteenth and twentieth century Black women. She earned her Doctor of Philosophy in U.S. History with a concentration in Women’s Studies and African American History from the University of Georgia, and her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in History from the Florida A&M University. Dr. Goodwin is currently working on a biography entitled Sisterly Affections: The Work of Miss Hallie Quinn Brown. Her forthcoming work on Hallie Quinn Brown examines early twentieth century professional elocutionist, educator, and a founding member of the Black women’s club movement to explore and identify sites, themes, and patterns in Black women’s individual and organizational activism.

Dr. Goodwin teaches courses on U.S. History, African American History, and Women’s History.

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