Prof. James Crawford

NC A&T State University, USA




2003 PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, PhD, U.S. History

1991 MA, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, PhD, U.S. History

1988 BA (Summa Cum Laude), Pennsylvania State University, History

Publications (selected)

  1. “The A&T- China Connection”, Greensboro News and Record, 30 September 2012.
  2. “The Purple Rose Markets of Mumbai and Manila: Globalization and Female Sex Trafficking in India and the Philippines,” in Race, Ethnicity and Crime, Dianne Williams ed., (New York: Algora 2012), pp.172-175.
  3. Editor of reviews, The Journal of the Association of North Carolina Historians17 (April 2009).
  4. “Troubled Waters, June 1898” Convergence Review2 (Spring 2009), pp.54-59.
  5. “William S. Powell: Sixty Years of Tarheel Scholarship”, career retrospective and review ofThe Encyclopedia of North CarolinainThe Journal of the Association of North Carolina Historians (Spring 2007).
  6. Emilio Aguinaldo, and Atrocities, Oxford Companion to American Military History (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999).
  7. One Man's View from Havana, Voices of Central PennsylvaniaJuly, 1995.
  8. Review of Brian M. Linn, The Philippine War, in Journal of Military History XXVI (Spring 2001).
  9. Reviews of Berry Benson's Civil War Book, Susan Benson, ed. in Southern Historian17 (Spring 1994) and The Mexican War Journal of Captain Franklin Smith, Joseph E. Chance, ed. in Southern Historian 16 (Spring 1993).

Current Publications

  1. "The Warriors of Civilization: United States Soldiers and the Conquest of the Philippines, 1898-1902," monograph manuscript submitted to UNC Press, in hands of reviewers.
  2. “Thunder Along the Color Line,” scholarly article submitted to The Historian.
  3. “Coming to Terms with Khaled Sheikh Mohammed” editorial essay for the Greensboro News and Record.
  4. “Militant Groups of the Philippine Islands,” research article to be submitted to Current History.

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Last updated: 2014-3-5