Dr. James Moses
BA - Louisiana S Univ-Shreveport
MA - U of New Hampshire-Main Camp
PHD - Tulane University of Louisiana
Recently Taught Courses
HIST 2013 - U.S. HISTORY SINCE 1877
HIST 3073 - UNITED STATES, 1914-1945
HIST 4123 - AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
HIST 4163 - AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH FILM
HIST 4183 - AMERICAN LEGAL HISTORY
HIST 4983 - SEM: ROCK & ROLL: A SOC HIST
HIST 6033 - RDG:US RACE/CULTURE SINCE 1920
Dr. Moses specializes in Modern United States Social and Cultural History. He has been on the history faculty of Arkansas Tech since 1999. His current research projects include the completion of his book on the career of Justice William O. Douglas, and a project tentatively entitled Before Brown: The Long Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1954, which focuses on the often-overlooked decade between the end of World War II and the Court’s landmark Brown decision. In his off time, he enjoys jazz, playing drums, and collecting comics.
Recent Published Works
Just and Righteous Causes: Rabbi Ira Sanders and the Fight for Racial and Social Justice in Arkansas, 1926-1963 (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2018).
Review of The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and the American Political Tradition, by Linda Gordon. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 77 (Spring 2018): 76-78.