African, Black and Caribbean Studies

Our Faculty

Leading the field with professional and academic expertise.

The faculty of the African, Black and Caribbean Studies program have an international reputation for scholarship, as evidenced by the writings published, awards granted and fellowships earned by department members. Click on faculty names for more information about each professor’s research, experience, and contact information.

Program Administration

Marsha J. Tyson Darling, Ph.D.
Program Director
Alumnae Hall Room 116
p – 516.877.4981
e – darling@adelphi.edu

 

Fabian Burrell
Coordinator for Programming
and Community Engagement
Alumnae Hall, Room 118
p – 516.877.4978
f – 516.877.4579
e – fburrell@adelphi.edu

 

Professors

Marsha J. Tyson Darling
History
Program Director
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies

 

Jacqueline Jones LaMon
English

Associate Professors

Melanie Bush
Sociology

Abdin Chande
History

Jacqueline Johnson
Department Chair
Sociology

 

Assistant Professor

Tatiana Bryant
University Libraries

Jacquelyn Olvera
Sociology

Carlyn E. Ferrari
English

Adjunct Faculty

Cheryl Halliburton-Beatty
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies

Mia A. Brett
History

Rosemarie Daconto
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies

Marcus Naylor
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies

Gregory Singer
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies

Faculty Advisory Committee

Hinda Barlaz
Coordinator
Writing Center

Tatiana Bryant
Assistant Professor
University Libraries

Melanie Bush
Associate Professor
Sociology

Abdin Chande
Associate Professor
History

Marsha Darling
Professor
History
Director
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies

Carlyn E. Ferrari
Assistant Professor
English

Jacqueline Johnson
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Sociology

Jacqueline Jones LaMon
Professor
English

Jacquelyn Olvera
Assistant Professor
Sociology

Gregory Singer
Center for African, Black and Caribbean Studies
 
Fayth Vaughn-Shavuo
Senior Adjunct Faculty
Ruth S. Ammon School of Education
 
Carolyn Springer
Associate Professor
Psychology
 

For further information, please contact:

African, Black and Caribbean Studies
p – 516.877.4980

 
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