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Charles H. Martin Telephone: (915) 544‑8486 Home

3807 N. Stanton (915) 747‑7055 Office

El Paso, Texas, 79902 (915) 747‑5508 Department

Ph.D., Tulane University

M.A., Tulane University

B.A., Texas A&I University [now Texas A&M University—Kingsville], summa cum laude

Choice Selection, An “Outstanding Academic Title for 2011,” for Benching Jim Crow. 2011

College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Service Award, University of Texas at El Paso. 2010.

Emma Lou and Gayle Thornbrough Award, Indiana Historical Society (for Best Article Published during 2002 in the Indiana Magazine of History). 2002.

Fellowship for College Teachers. NEH, 1994.

Research Grant. University Research Institute (UTEP). 1993.

Travel to Collections Grant. NEH, 1989, 1985.

Category "B" Fellowship. NEH, 1980.

Summer Seminar for College Teachers Fellowship. NEH, Columbia University, 1976.

John T. Monroe Dissertation Fellowship. 1970‑1971.

National Defense Education Act Title IV Fellowship. 1966‑1970.

Professor, University of Texas at El Paso, 2011-present.

Associate Professor, University of Texas at El Paso. 2001-2011.

Assistant Professor, University of Texas at El Paso. 1992‑2001.

Lecturer, University of Texas at El Paso. 1978‑1982, 1984‑1986, 1987‑1989, 1990‑1992.

Visiting Associate Professor, University of Texas at El Paso. 1989‑1990.

Instructor, El Paso Community College. 1982‑1983.

Instructor, Austin College. 1976‑1977.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Columbia University. Summer, 1977.

Assistant Professor, University of Alabama, Gadsden Program, 1972-1976

University of Texas at El Paso: Graduate Studies in United States History (U.S. Civil Rights

Movement; Civil Rights & Black Power; U.S. Since 1945); Graduate Seminar in United States History (U.S. in the 1950s and 1960s); Texas History Since 1821; The United States Since 1941; Junior‑Senior Seminar in History; African American History; The New South; Survey of U.S. History (honors and regular sections)

El Paso Community College: Survey of United States History

Austin College: The U. S. Since 1945; History of the South

Columbia University: History of the South; Southern Radicalism

University of Alabama, Gadsden: The U.S., 1917‑1945; The U.S. Since 1945; Black History; New South; Social History of the U.S. Since 1865; U.S. Foreign Relations; The U.S., 1877‑1916

Benching Jim Crow: The Rise and Fall of the Color Line in Southern College Sports, 1890-

1980. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2010.

Diamond Days: An Oral History of the University of Texas at El Paso. Edited with

Rebecca M. Craver. El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1991.

The Angelo Herndon Case and Southern Justice. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University

Press, 1976.

Hold That (Color) Line! Black Exclusion and Southeast Conference Football.” In Higher Education and the Civil Rights Movement, edited by Peter Wallenstein. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2008, 166-198.

“Jim Crow in the Gymnasium: The Integration of College Basketball in the American

South.” In Sport and the Color Line: Black Athletes and Race Relations in

Twentieth-Century America, edited by Patrick B. Miller and David K. Wiggins.

New York: Routledge, 2003, 233-250. Revised and expanded from International

Journal of the History of Sport, 10 (April 1993).

The Color Line in Midwestern College Sports, 1890-1960.” Indiana Magazine of History, 98 (June 2002): 84-112.

"Integrating New Year's Day: The Racial Politics of College Bowl Games in the American South." In The Sporting World of the Modern South, edited by Patrick B. Miller. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002, 175-199. Revised and Reprinted from Journal of Sport History, 24 (Fall 1997).

"The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow in Southern College Sports: The Case of the Atlantic Coast Conference." North Carolina Historical Review, 76 (July 1999): 253‑284.

**"Integrating New Year's Day: The Racial Politics of College Bowl Games in the American South." Journal of Sport History, 24 (Fall 1997): 358‑377. [reprinted version listed above]**

"Internationalizing 'the American Dilemma': The Civil Rights Congress and the 1951

Genocide Petition to the United Nations." Journal of American Ethnic History, 16

(Summer 1997): 35‑61.

"Racial Change and 'Big‑Time' College Football in Georgia: The Age of Segregation, 1892‑1957." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 80 (Fall 1996): 532‑562.

"The Angelo Herndon Case and Southern Justice." In American Political Trials, edited by Michal R. Belknap. Revised & Expanded Edition; Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994, 1981, 159-177.

**"Jim Crow in the Gymnasium: The Integration of College Basketball in the American South." International Journal of the History of Sport, 10 (April 1993): 68‑86. [reprinted version listed above]**

"The Civil Rights Congress and Southern Black Defendants." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 71 (Spring 1987): 25‑52.

"The Rise and Fall of Popular Front Liberalism in the South: The Southern Conferences for Human Welfare." In Perspectives on the American South, vol. 3. Oxford, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 1985, 119‑144.
"Race, Gender, and Southern Justice: The Rosa Lee Ingram Case." American Journal of Legal History, 29 (July 1985): 251‑268.

"The International Labor Defense and Black America." Labor History, 26 (Spring 1985): 165‑194.

"Southern Labor Relations in Transition: Gadsden, Alabama, 1930‑1945." Journal of Southern History, 47 (November 1981): 545‑568.

"Oklahoma's 'Scottsboro' Affair: The Jess Hollins Rape Case." South Atlantic Quarterly, 79 (Spring 1980): 175‑188.

"Communists and Blacks: The ILD and the Angelo Herndon Case." Journal of Negro History, 64 (Spring 1979): 131‑141.

"White Supremacy and Black Workers: Georgia's 'Black Shirts' Combat the Great Depression." Labor History, 18 (Summer 1977): 366‑381.

"Negro Leaders, the Republican Party, and the Election of 1932." Phylon, 32 (Spring

1971): 85‑93.


Member, Dissertation Committee: Scott Comar, “The Tigua Indians.” In progress.

Member, Dissertation Committee: Roland Rodriguez, “Horseman Presence, Patrol, and

Protection: Hispano Rangers of the Texas-Mexico Frontier.” In progress.

Member, Portfolio Committee and Dissertation Committee: Timothy E. Nelson, “The

Significance of the Afro-Frontier: Blackdom, Boyer, and Borderlands 1900-1930.” In


Member, Dissertation Committee: Melanie Rodriguez, pending completion of portfolio.

Chair of Ph.D. Committee and Director of Ph.D. Dissertation: Winifred Dowling, “The Border at War: World War II Along the U.S.-Mexico Border.” 2010.

Chair of M.A Committee and Director of M.A. Thesis: William Moody, “Presidential Visits to

El Paso.” In progress.

Reader, M.A. Thesis [Economics]: “An Econometric Approach for Modeling Population Change in Doña Ana County, New Mexico.” September 2014.

Reader, M.A. Thesis [Economics]: Iliana M. Resendez, “Residential Electricity Demand in Arkansas.” August 2014.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Juan Carlos Varela, “The Farah Strike of 1972.” 2013

Reader, M.A. Thesis [Political Science]: Janette Gonzalez-Soliz, “9/11 and the War on Terrorism: Iraq War Narratives and Sacrifice Model.” 2013

Reader, M.A. Thesis [Political Science]: Daniel Call, “Exploring the Determinants of Gay Rights Policies at the State Level.” 2013.

Chair of M.A. Committee and Director of M.A. Paper: Andrew Klooster, “The Church of St. Clement and the Progressive Era: Constructing a Progressive Identity in the City of El

Paso, 1870-1920. 2012.

Chair of M.A. Committee and Director of M.A. Paper: Raagan Miles, “Women and the Suffrage Movement in Texas.” 2012.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Izul de la Vega, “Demystifying Narratives: Re-Presenting the Death of Ricardo Falcón.” 2012.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Rebecca Prado, “El Paso and the Fiery Cross of Klandom.” 2012.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Abby Weiser, “Historical Memory and the Texas Centennial in El Paso and the Border Region.” 2012.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Jessica Diaz, “From a Booming Enterprise to a Shameful Existence: The Controversial Life of the Red-Light District in El Paso, TX.” 2012.

Reader, M.A. Thesis [Political Science]: Adrian Acosta, “Natural Rights and Equality: The Case of Injustice in the Senate.” 2012.

Reader, M.A. Paper: María Lopez, “The Chicano Movement, Juvenile Delinquency and the Conflict between Mexican American and the Police in El Paso, 1968-1978.”  2012.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Eugene Wyatt, “Diffusion of English Iron Technology to Colonial America.” 2011.

Reader, M.A. Paper [English]: Juan Sybert-Coronado, “Mark Twain and the Creation of Compassionate American Humor.” 2011.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Joanna Camacho-Escobar, “’Toro Macho, padrote como ese, denguno; no nacio pa yugo: Language and Identity in Puerto Rico, 1948-1968.” 2011.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Sandra I. Enríquez, “Closing Inequality Gaps to Climb the Social Ladder: Mexican American Class Action and Educational Activism in El Paso.” 2011.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Monet Munoz, “Exiled Democracy in a Sea of Dictatorships: The Caribbean Legion’s Masculine Rhetoric, 1945-1954.” 2011.

Chair of M.A. Committee and Director of M.A. Paper: Eduardo Garcia, “’En La Jugada’: Sports, Segregation, and Masculinity in El Paso, 1940-1950.” 2010.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Scott C. Comar, “Indigenous Resistance in the El Paso Borderlands: The Tigua Indian Land Dispossession and the Salt War of 1877.” 2010.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Daniel Skertchly, “El Paso During World War II: ‘Unlike Any Other City.’” 2008.

Reader, Undergraduate Honors Thesis [Political Science]: Jose Ramirez, “A Study of Two High Schools.” 2008.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Krista B. Stephan-Ward, “Voices in the Desert: Civilian and Army

Perceptions of Indians in the Southwest, 1846-1886.” 2006.

Chair of M.A. Committee and Director, M.A. Paper: Patrick Pynes, "'Come One, Come All': The Farm Labor Issue in El Paso County." 2004.

Chair of M.A. Committee and Director of M.A. Paper: Gloria de la Garza Paxson, “The El Paso County Criminal Courts and Mexican-American Defendants: Unequal Justice

During the 1920s.” 2003.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: B. James Barrera, "The 1968 Edcouch‑Elsa High School Walkout: Chicano Student Activism in a South Texas Community." 2000.

Director, M.A. Paper: Terry Cody, "The War on Poverty in El Paso." 2000.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Harry C. Barber, Jr., "The Culmination of Cold War Naval Policy: The Carter and Reagan Administrations." 2000.

Co‑Director, M.A. Thesis: Jeff Schulze, "The Rediscovery of the Tiguas: Indianness,

Identity, and Recognition in the Twentieth Century." 1999.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Joel Wendland, "W.E.B. DuBois: Re‑Imagining and

Re‑Constructing the African American Community, 1900‑1940." 1998.

Director, M.A. Thesis: Richard Dugan, "Benefit of Location: The National Rationing

System and El Paso, Texas, 1942‑1945." 1997.

Director, M.A. Paper: Linda Loy, "The El Paso Press and the Holocaust." 1996.

Reader, M.A. Paper: Linda Loy, "The Cherokees and the Civil War." 1996.

Director, M.A. Paper: John C. Dechon, "The Women's Land Army: Its Contribution to

the War Effort and Role in Changing Negative Female Stereotypes, 1941‑1945." 1994.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Christe C. Armendariz, "Inconspicuous But Estimable Immigrants:

The Japanese in El Paso, 1890‑1948." 1994.

Director, M.A. Thesis: Margarete Erika Thompson, "German Immigration to the United

States and Texas During the 1840s: A Study in Hardship and Success." 1993.

Director, M.A. Paper: James E. Harrison, "The Troubled Marriage Between American

Industry and Housewives During World War II." 1993.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Yong‑Bing Guo, "The Alliance for Progress and Central America."


Director, M.A. Paper: Willa J. Douglass, "It's a Family Affair: Family Run Mexican

Restaurants in El Paso, Texas, 1940‑1960." 1992.

Director, M.A. Paper: Stanford B. Bernheim, "The Pittsburgh Courier and the Quest for

Full African‑American Participation in World War II." 1992.

Director, M.A. Paper: Bruce D. Kilbourne, "The Office of War Information and Hollywood: Politics and Propaganda in American Films During World War II." 1992.

Director, M.A. Paper: Clement D. Eagan, "Utilization of Black Manpower in the United

States Army, 1940‑1945: An Opportunity Squandered." 1992.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Geoffrey J. Olson, "The Second Indochina War and Canadian‑American Relations: Cooperation or Conflict?" 1992.

Director, M.A. Thesis: Raul Flores‑Simental, "The 1983 Municipal Elections in Ciudad Juarez: Political Opposition on the Northern Border." 1990.

Reader, M.A. Thesis (Music): Janet Deneen Johnson, "A Historical Analysis of the Negro

Spiritual." 1989.

Director, M.A. Paper: Mary Ann White, "Social and Political Upheaval as Reflected in the

Underground Press of the 1960s." 1986.

Reader, M.A. Thesis: Robert Emmett Melia, "The Road to Tchepone: South Vietnam, the

United States, and the Invasion of Laos, 1971." 1986.

Director, El Paso History Day. 2005-present.

Undergraduate Advisor. 2004-2007, 2009-present.

Co-Coordinator, Frances Harper Student History Conference. 2010-2014.

Chair, Library Committee. 2009-2015.

Member, Graduate Program Committee. 2007-2008, 2010-2011, 2011-2012.

Member, Merit Committee. 2001-2002, 2007-2008, 2008-2009.

Member, Advisory Committee. 1992‑93, 1995‑1996, 2009-2010.

Chair, Undergraduate Committee. 2004-2007.

Member, Undergraduate Committee. 1999‑2000.

Chair, Symposium Committee. 1992‑1993.

Chair, Oral History Committee. 1997‑1998.

Faculty Advisor, Phi Alpha Theta Honorary Society. 2002-2005.

Coordinator, UTEP-NMSU Phi Alpha Theta Joint Student Conference on History, 2005.

Member, Oral History Committee. 1990‑91, 1991‑92, 1992‑93, 1995‑1996, 1997‑1998.

Member, Search Committee, Nineteenth Century U.S. Position. 1995‑1996.

Member, Search Committee, Oral History/Public History Position. 1998‑1999.

Phone‑a‑thon Coordinator, UTEP Fund for Excellence. 1996‑1997, 1997‑1998, 1998‑1999.

Member, Library Committee. 1999‑2000, 2000‑2001, 2004-2005, 2009-2010.

Member, Long Range Planning Committee. 1999‑2000, 2008-2009.

Talk on "LBJ in History." Phi Alpha Theta, November, 1991.

Judge, El Paso History Day. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005.

Faculty Senate Committee on Committees. 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014.

Faculty Senate Academic Policy Committee. 2014-2015.

Member, COLA Tenure and Promotion Committee. 2011-2012, 2012-2013.

Member, Faculty Senate. 1996‑1998, 2004-2006, 2014-2015. Alternate: 2012, 2013, 2014.

Member, COLA Advisory Committee on Recruitment and Retention. 2011-2012.

Chair, Faculty Senate Graduate Scholarship Committee. 1997‑1998, 2002-2003.

Member, Faculty Senate Graduate Scholarship Committee. 1995-1998, 2000‑2003.

Coordinator, Institute of Oral History. "History of the University Project" for UTEP's

75th Anniversary (some of the interviews collected during this project appeared in

Diamond Days). 1987-1991.

Chair, President’s 1966 NCAA Championship Exhibit Committee. 2003-2004.

Member, Faculty Senate Student Welfare and Grievance Committee. 2004-2007.

Member, University Heritage Commission. 2008-2009.

Member, Quincentennary Committee. 1990‑91, 1991‑92.

Member, World War II Commemoration Committee. 1993‑1994.

Member, Faculty Senate Catalog and Calendar Committee. 1997‑2000.

Member, Search Committee for Assistant Director of Disabled Student Services Office.

Fall, 2007.

Coordinator and Lecturer, course on "American Politics: From Roosevelt to Reagan."

UTEP Center for Lifelong Learning. Fall, 1995.

Consultant, UTEP Centennial Museum. Exhibit on "El Paso During World War II."

September, 1996.

Talk on movie “The Perfect Game.” Black History Month, UTEP, February, 2013.

Talk on “Sports and Racial Change,” to Sociology 3390, October, 2013.

Talk on “The Racial Integration of College Sports,” Special Science Majors Seminar, October,


Talks on “The 1966 Texas Western Championship Basketball Team.” UTEP SmartSTART

Program, June, 2004, June 2005, June 2006.

Talk on "The Civil Rights Movement in Historical Perspective." UTEP Center for Lifelong Learning. March, 1994.

Talk on "The History of Juneteenth." UTEP Juneteenth Celebration. June, 1994.

Talk at Golden Nugget Award breakfast of the College of Education. October, 1999.

Judge, Oral History of World War II Contest for High School Students. UTEP Institute of

Oral History. Spring, 1995.

Chair, Session at Conference on "World War II: Border Home Front." UTEP Institute of

Oral History. April, 1995.


In-Service Workshop, El Paso Independent School District. 2011, 2012, 2013.

History Day Presentation, Gifted & Talented Coordinators, Socorro ISD. September, 2012.

Presenter, Region XIX Conference for Social Studies Teachers. September, 2012.

Invited Guest, Luis Saenz Program, KTEP. 2010.

Presentation to pre-AP World History Class, Parkland High School. September, 2009.

Invited Guest, Barthy Bird Radio Program, KTEP. 2008, 2009.

In-Service Workshop, El Paso Independent School District. October, 2008.

Board of Directors, El Paso County Historical Society, 1990‑1992, 1995‑1997.

Director, World War II Historical Memories Contest, EP County Historical Society. 1994‑1995.

Judge, Seventh Grade History Fair, El Paso Independent School District. 2010.

In-service Workshop, Parkland High School. November, 2007.

In-service Workshop, El Paso Independent School District. September, 2006.

Outside Evaluator, 6th Grade Special Projects, El Paso Independent School District. May, 2007.

Member, Board of Directors, American Youth Soccer Organization, Region 272. 1980‑1995.

Area Director (West Texas and Southern New Mexico), American Youth Soccer Organization. 1985‑1997.

Referee, American Youth Soccer Organization. 1980‑present.

Invited Guest, "Street Pulse" Radio Program Celebrating Martin Luther King Day.

Station KPRR. January, 1996.

Member of Panel, "News Extra" Program on "Don Haskins and the 1966 Miners." KVIA

Channel 7. February, 1997.

Guest on “El Paso Sports Showcase,” Time Warner Cable, Cable Chan. 7. January, 2004.

Talk on "The Racial Integration of Southern College Sports." First Presbyterian Church

Men's Breakfast Group. July, 1997.

Entry on “The Desegregation of College Sports,” in The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2011), Vol. 17, Education, edited by Clarence L. Mohr, 61-65.

Entry on “Integration of College Athletics,” in [online] Encyclopedia of Alabama, posted in 2008 (

Commentary: “Beer, Parking, and Football.” In Forum on “Big-Time College Football.” Journal of Sport History, 34 (Fall 2007): 397-404.

Entry on “The Angelo Herndon Case.” In Encyclopedia of the Great Depression, edited by Robert S. McElvaine. New York: Macmillan, 2004, 434-436.

Entry on “Angelo Braxton Herndon.” In African American Lives, Editors in Chief Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Evelyn Higginbotham. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2004, 396-398.

Entry on "Thelma White." In The New Handbook of Texas, Vol. 6, edited by Ron Tyler. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1996, 931‑932.

Entry on "Track and Field." In The Encyclopedia of African American Culture and History, eds. Charles V. Hamilton and Jack Salzman. New York: Macmillan, 1996, 2,666‑2,670.

Entry on "The International Labor Defense." In Encyclopedia of the American Left, eds. Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Georgakas. New York: Garland, 1990, 366‑367.

Introduction to microfilm edition, The Papers of the International Labor Defense. Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, 1989.

Introduction to microfilm edition, The Papers of the Civil Rights Congress. Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, 1989.

Thematic Essay on "Communism in the South," Entries on "Angelo Herndon," "The Southern Conference for Human Welfare," and "The Southern Student Organizing Committee." In The Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989, 824, 1392, 1425, 1426.

Entries on "Angelo Herndon" and "Benjamin J. Davis." In Biographical Dictionary of the

American Left., edited by Bernard K. Johnpoll and Harvey Klehr. New York:

Greenwood Press, 1986, 85‑87, 200.

From John Heisman to Eddie McAshan: The Racial History of Georgia Tech Football.” Annual

meeting of the North American Society for Sport History, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May,


The Revolt of the Black Athlete in the 1960s: The Case of Texas Western/UTEP.” Annual

meeting of the North American Society for Sport History, Austin, Tx., May, 2011.

“’Glory Road’ and Texas Western College: Racial Policy, Big-Time Sports, and Higher

Education.” Annual meeting of the North American Society for Sport History,

Glenwood Springs, Colorado, May, 2006.

Jim Crow on the Gridiron: The Racial Integration of Big-Time College Football in Texas.” Texas State Historical Association Convention, El Paso, March, 2003.

“’Hold That Line!’ The Color Line in Intersectional College Football, 1890-1980.” American Historical Association, San Francisco, January, 2002.

"Racial Exclusion and Intersectional Rivalries: The Rise and Fall of the Gentlemen's Agreement in Big‑Time College Football." Southern Historical Association, New Orleans, November, 1995.

"Integrating Undergraduate Studies in Texas: The Case of Texas Western College." Texas State Historical Association Convention, Houston, March, 1993.

"The Integration of Southeastern Conference Athletics." Southern Historical Association

Convention, New Orleans, November, 1990.

"From Exclusion to Prominence: The Black Athlete and the Integration of College Basketball in Texas." Texas State Historical Association Convention, Lubbock, March, 1989.

"The Civil Rights Congress and the Second Red Scare." Organization of American Historians Convention, Los Angeles, April, 1984.

"Black Protest, Anti‑Communism, and the Cold War: The Willie McGee Case." Association for the Study of Afro‑American Life and History Convention, New Orleans, October, 1980.

"Recent Research and the Teaching of New South History." AHA‑North Texas State University Conference on Teaching, Denton, Tx., October, 1978.

"Black Protest in Georgia During the 1930s." Association for the Study of Afro‑American Life and History Convention, Atlanta, October, 1975.


Thank God for Earl Warren!: The History of the Racial Integration of Southern College Sports, 1890-1980.” ”Where We Stand” 50th Anniversary Conference, University of Alabama, April, 2013.

Benching Jim Crow.” Black History Month, South Texas College, Weslaco and McAllen, Tx., February, 2011.

The Rise and Fall of the Color Line in Southern College Sports.” F. Kevin Simon History Symposium, The Sayre School, Lexington, Ky., February, 2011.

Texas and the American Frontier.” Humanities Texas Summer Teacher Institute, University of Texas at El Paso, June, 2010.

Benching Jim Crow: The Rise and Fall of the Color Line in Southern (and American) College Sports, 1890-1980.” University of Iowa African American Athletes Conference, February, 2009.

Benching Jim Crow: The Collapse of the Color Line in Southern College Sports.” Invited Lecture, UTEP History Department Interdisciplinary Seminar Series, November, 2008.

Race and College Sports.” Invited Speakers Program, the Gilman School, Baltimore, MD.,

December, 2004.

The Color Line and Big-Time College Football.” Lecture Series on the Legacy of Brown v. Board, the Gillman School, Baltimore, Md., November, 2003.

"The Racial Politics of College Athletics: The University of Kentucky and the Southeastern Conference." African American Studies and Research Program, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., October, 1998.

"The 'American Dilemma' on the Gridiron: Race Relations and Southern College Sport, 1890‑1980." Chicago Seminar on Sport and Culture, Northeastern Illinois University and the Newberry Library, Chicago, September, 1997.

"White Workers, Community Values, and the Rise of Organized Labor in Gadsden, Ala., 1929‑1945." Alabama Humanities Foundation, Gadsden, Ala., April, 1990.

"Integration of College Sports: African‑American Athletes and African‑American Achievers." African American Studies and Black History Week, UTEP, El Paso, February, 1997.

Movie Review of “Glory Road,” in Journal of Sport History (Fall 2005), 442-444 [Issue

appeared in 2007 because of changes in editors].

Edward J. Robinson, Will the Thrill: The Untold Story of Wilbert Montgomery, in Sport History Review, in press.

Gregory J. Kaliss, Men’s College Athletics and the Politics of Racial Equality: Five Pioneer Stories of Black Manliness, White Citizenship, and American Democracy, in American Historical Review, 118 (December 2013), 1555-1556.

J. Samuel Walker, ACC Basketball: The Story of Rivalries, Traditions, and Scandals of the First

Two Decades of the Atlantic Coast Conference, in Journal of Southern History, 79 (May

2013), 529-530.

Thomas G. Smith, Showdown: JFK and the Integration of the Washington Redskins, in Journal

of American History, 99 (December 2012), 993-994.

Lane Demas, Integrating the Gridiron: Black Civil Rights and American College Football, in

Journal of Sport History, 39 (Spring 2012), 169-170.

Kurt Kemper, College Football and American Culture in the Cold War Era, in Florida Historical Quarterly, 89 (Summer 2010), 124-126.

Bill Elder, All Guts and No Glory: An Alabama’s Coach’s Memoir of Desegregating College Athletics, in Alabama Review, 61 (July 2008): 224-226.

Charles K. Ross, ed., Race and Sport: The Struggle for Equality on and off the Field, in Journal of Southern History, 73 (August 2007), 748-749.

Jon Smith and Deborah Cohn, eds., Look Away! The U.S. South in New World Studies, in Journal of Southern History, 72 (February 2006), 238-40 [jointly with Cheryl E. Martin].

Amilcar Shabazz, Advancing Democracy: African Americans and the Struggle for Access

and Equity in Higher Education in Texas, H-Net Review [H-Texas], July 2004).

WNET and PBS, “The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow,” 4 part series, in Journal of American History, 100 (December 2003): 1134-1136.

Ron Thomas, They Cleared the Lane: The NBA’s Black Pioneers, in Indiana Magazine of

History, 99 (September 2003): 297-298.

John Sayle Watterson, College Football: History, Spectacle, Controversy, in Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 99 (Spring 2002): 192‑194.

Timothy B. Tyson, Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power, in

North Carolina Historical Review, 78 (April 2001): 264‑265.

Charles K. Ross, Outside the Lines: African Americans and the Integration of the National

Football League, in Journal of Sport History, 27 (Summer 2000): 341‑343.

Bruce Adelson, Brushing Back Jim Crow: The Integration of Minor‑League Baseball in the American South, in Journal of American History, 87 (June 2000): 298‑299.

Alwyn Barr, Black Texans: A History of African Americans in Texas, 1528‑1995, in

Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 57 (Summer 1998), 214‑215.

David K. Wiggins, Glory Bound: Black Athletes in a White America, in Georgia Historical

Quarterly, 81 (Winter 1997), 1066‑1067.

Review Essay: "The Tail That Wags the Dog: Football and the American University," in Reviews in American History, 24 (December 1996): 629‑634.

Adam Fairclough, Race and Democracy: The Civil Rights Struggle in Louisiana, 1915‑1972, in Peace & Change, 21 (October 1996), 488‑491.

Kenneth E. Hendrickson Jr., The Chief Executives of Texas: From Stephen F. Austin to

John B. Connally Jr., in Locus: Regional and Local History of the Americas, 8 (Spring 1996), 257‑258.

Holly Beachley Brear, Inherit the Alamo: Myth and Ritual at an American Shrine, in Password, 40 (Winter 1995), 203‑204.

Charles L. Zelden, Justice Lies in the District: The U.S. District Court, Southern District

of Texas, 1902‑1960, in North Carolina Historical Review, 71 (July 1994), 379‑380.

Frank T. Adams, James A. Dombrowski: An American Heretic,1897‑1983, in Journal of

Southern History, 60 (February 1994), 161‑162.

J. L. Chestnut, Jr., and Julia Cass, Black in Selma, in Georgia Historical Quarterly, 76

(Spring 1992), 213‑215.

Robert J. Norrell, Reaping the Whirlwind: The Civil Rights Movement in Tuskegee, in

Journal of Southern History, 56 (February 1990), 139‑141.

Robert C. Cortner, A Mob Intent on Death: The NAACP and the Arkansas Riot Cases, in

American Historical Review, 95 (February 1990), 292‑293.
Athan G. Theoharis and John Stuart Cox, The Boss: J. Edgar Hoover and the Great

American Inquisition, in Journal of Southern History, 55 (August 1989), 518‑519.

Robert D. Bullard, Invisible Houston: The Black Experience in Boom and Bust, in

Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 92 (April 1989), 633‑634.

Adam Fairclough, To Redeem the Soul of America: The Southern Christian Leadership

Conference and Martin Luther King, Jr., in Journal of Southwest Georgia History,

6 (Fall 1988), 71‑72.

William J. Baker, Jessie Owens: An American Life, in Journal of Southern History, 53

(November 1987), 688‑689.

Howard Smead, Blood Justice: The Lynching of Mack Charles Parker, in Georgia Historical Quarterly, 71 (Fall 1987), 545‑547.

John V. Baiamonte, Jr., Spirit of Vengeance: Nativism and Louisiana Justice, 1921‑1924, in

American Historical Review, 92 (June 1987), 765.

Judith Stein, The World of Marcus Garvey: Race and Class in Modern Society, in History:

Reviews of New Books, 15 (September 1986), 26.

Charles Joiner, Down by the Riverside: A South Carolina Slave Community, in History:

Reviews of New Books, 15 (September 1986), 29.

James R. McGovern, Anatomy of a Lynching: The Killing of Claude Neal, in Georgia

Historical Quarterly, 67 (Fall 1983), 411‑413.

David J. Garrow, The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr., in Journal of Southern History, 48

(May 1982), 304‑305.

Louis R. Harlan and Raymond W. Smock, ed., The Booker T. Washington Papers, vol. 10, in History: Reviews of New Books, 11 (May 1982), 180.

Leon Litwack, Been in the Storm So Long: The Aftermath of Slavery, in Historian, 43 (February 1981), 291‑292.

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, Revolt Against Chivalry: Jessie Daniel Ames and the Women's

Campaign Against Lynching, in Historian, 42 (August 1980), 698‑699.

Nell Irvin Painter, The Narrative of Hosea Hudson: His Life as a Negro Communist in the

South, in Journal of Southern History, 46 (August 1980), 453‑454.

Max Horn, The Intercollegiate Socialist Society, 1905‑1921, in History: Reviews of New

Books, 8 (April 1980), 127.

Harvard Sitkoff, A New Deal for Blacks: The Emergence of Civil Rights as a National Issue, in Journal of American History, 66 (September 1979), 455.

Raymond L. Hall, Black Separatism in the United States, in Journal of American History, 66 (June 1979), 213‑214.

Robert V. Haynes, A Night of Violence: The Houston Riot of 1917, in Journal of Negro

History, 42 (January 1977), 109‑110.


"Integration Turns 35 at UTEP." Nova, Summer, 1991, 4‑6.

"Charlie Brown: All‑Conference and First Black Major College Athlete in the South."

Nova, Spring, 1990, 7‑9.


Chair and Commentator, Session on “Along Color Lines: Troubles and legacies in Amerikcan Sport Organizations.” North American Society for Sport History, Glenwood Falls, Colo., May, 2014.

Chair and Commentator, Session on “Race and Intercollegiate Athletics.” North American Society for Sport History, Berkeley, California, June, 2012.

Commentator, Session on “’Happy Valley’ Sports and Politics: Local Histories with National Implications.” North American Society for Sport History, Austin, Tx., May, 2011.

Chair, Session on “Religion and Gender in the West Texas Borderlands.” Texas State Historical Association, El Paso, March, 2011.

Workshop Presenter, “Teaching the Civil Rights Movement.” TNE Summer Graduate Seminar for High School Teachers.” El Paso, June, 2008.

Workshop Presenter, “Jim Crow on the Gridiron: Teaching Racial history Through Sports.” Texas Council for the Social Studies, El Paso, November, 2007.

Commentator, Session on “Religion and Sports.” North American Society for Sport History, Lubbock, May, 2007.

Commentator, Session on “Dents in the Color Line.” Texas State Historical Association, San

Antonio, March, 2007.

Chair and Commentator, Session on “Black Civil and Political Rights Crusaders of Texas.”

Texas State Historical Association, Austin, Texas, March, 2006.

Chair and Commentator, Session on “Breaking and Unbreaking Barriers: Race and Gender in Southern Education.” Southern Historical Association, Memphis, November 4, 2004.

Chair, Session on "Dealing with Bias." North American Society for Sport History, Banff,

Alberta, May, 2000.

Comment and Acting Chair, Session on "Racial Violence and Resistance in Central Texas." Texas State Historical Association, Austin, March, 2000.

Chair, Session on "Alabama Methodists and Racial Justice." Southern Historical

Association, Fort Worth, November, 1999.

Comment, Session on "The Arena and the Diamond: New Angles on Sports in the West."

Pacific Coast Branch, American Historical Association, Portland, August, 1997.

Chair, Session on the film "Coming Through Hard Times." Southern Historical Association, Little Rock, October, 1996.

Chair, Session on "From Toys to Tragedy." Governor's Conference on World War II, Denton, Tx., December, 1991.

Chair, Session on "Perspectives on the 1980s: Reagan and Thatcher." Western Social

Science Association, El Paso, April, 1987.

Comment, Session on "The New, New South: Implication for Future Research."

Southwestern Social Science Association, Dallas, April, 1981.

Chair, Session on "Women Workers in Two Southern Cities." Southern Labor Studies

Association, Atlanta, April, 1980.

Comment, Session on "Organization of Southern Workers: Success or Failure?" Southern

Historical Association, Atlanta, November, 1979.

Comment, Session on "Racial Violence in Texas." Southwestern Social Science Convention, Houston, April, 1978.

Comment, Session on "Southern Workers During Two World Wars." Southern Labor Studies

Conference, Atlanta, April, 1976.

Education Committee. Texas State Historical Association. 2007-present.

Member, Coral Horton Tullis Award Committee [Best Book on Texas History]. Texas State Historical Association. 2012-2013.

Advisory Board. Lone Star Magazine. Texas State Historical Association. 2011-2013.

Outside Evaluator for Tenure and Promotion File. Loyola-Marymount University. 2014.

Manuscript Reviewer. University of North Texas Press. 2010, 2012, 2013.

Interviewed and Quoted by the Boston Sunday Globe for page one story on Lou Montgomery

Incident at Boston College. April 29, 2012.

Judge, Caldwell Graduate Student Essay Contest. Texas State Historical Association. 2012.

Outside Evaluator. Tenure and Promotion File. University of North Texas. 2011.

Program Committee. Texas State Historical Association. 2010-2011.

Membership Committee. Texas State Historical Association. 1993‑1995, 1999‑2003.

Judge. Texas History Day Contest in Austin. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012.

Advisory Editor. Online Encyclopedia of Alabama. 2004-2005.

Editorial Board. Journal of Sport History. 1996‑2003.

Program Committee. Southern Historical Association. 1993‑1994.

Membership Committee. Southern Historical Association. 1998‑1999.

Outside Evaluator for Promotion File. Texas A&M University at Galveston. 2009.

Outside Evaluator for Tenure and Promotion File. University of Texas at San Antonio. 2004.

Interviewed and Quoted by New York Times for page one feature on the Leonard Bates Affair

at NYU [1940]. May, 2001.

Interviewed by ABC World News Tonight for feature on the Leonard Bates Affair at NYU [1940]. May, 2001.

Grant Application Reviewer. National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Preservation and Access, 1994.

Consultant and Interviewee for newspaper series, "Breaking the Color Barrier: The Jackie Robinson Legacy." Roanoke Times, October, 1997.

Interviewed by CBS Sports researchers for Final Four feature on sports segregation and the 1963 NCAA basketball tournament. March, 1996.

Consultant and Interviewee for the syndicated national program, "Only a Game." National Public Radio, November, 1997.

Talk on "The Integration of Texas Western College." El Paso County Historical Society,

February, 1993.

Outstanding Paper Award Committee. Southwestern Social Science Convention, 1976‑1979.

Manuscript Reviewer. Sport History Review. 2013

Manuscript Reviewer. Journal of Sport History. 1996‑present.

Manuscript Reviewer. Journal of Southern History. 1986, 1993‑2012.

Manuscript Reviewer. Southern Cultures. 2012.

Manuscript Reviewer. Journal of American History. 2008.

Manuscript Reviewer. International Journal of the History of Sport. 2012.

Manuscript Reviewer. Southwestern Historical Quarterly. 2008, 2010.

Manuscript Reviewer. Georgia Historical Review. 2009, 2012.

Manuscript Reviewer. The Annals of Iowa. 2009, 2010, 2012

Manuscript Reviewer. Patterns of Prejudice [UK]. 2004.

Manuscript Reviewer. Virginia Magazine of History. 2001.

Manuscript Reviewer. Agricultural History. 1999.

Manuscript Reviewer. University of Kentucky Press. 2011.

Manuscript Reviewer. Southern Methodist University Press. 2007.

Manuscript Reviewer. Texas Tech University Press. 2005, 2011.

Manuscript Reviewer. University of Nebraska Press. 2002.

Manuscript Reviewer. St. Martin's/Palgrave. 2001.

Manuscript Reviewer. Glencoe/McGraw Hill. 2001.

Manuscript Reviewer. Houghton Mifflin. 1999.

Manuscript Reviewer. Texas Western Press. 1999, 1992.

Manuscript Reviewer. University of North Carolina Press. 1978.

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