Committee on Minority Historians

Established: 1990

Purpose: To advocate for a more inclusive profession by representing the interest and concerns of minority historians; to foster an inclusive scholarship that challenges and transforms the practice of history, both substantively and methodologically; to work with other committees within the Association and to support the Association’s outreach to public history organizations and K–12 teachers.

Membership: 5 members, including one graduate student or early career professional. Committee meets twice a year by teleconference with CMH members serving a minimum of three years. New members will be added on a staggered yearly basis.

Assignment to Division: Reports on its work to the Council, works with appropriate divisions and committees on specific issues.

Members

Laurie Arnold, Gonzaga Univ., Chair
William J. Bauer, Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas
Adrian Burgos, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Cara Caddoo, Indiana Univ.
Reginald K. Ellis, Florida A&M Univ.

Staff

Debbie Ann Doyle, Meetings Coordinator