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Pete Banner-Haley

Pete Banner-Haley

Professor of History and Africana & Latin American Studies
History, 320 Alumni Hall
p 315-228-7510

Degree

AS, Corning Community College, 1969; BA, SUNY Buffalo, 1971; MA (1973), PhD (1980), Binghamton University

Teaching Experience

Colby College; SUNY Oneonta; SUNY Cortland

Specialties

African American history; 20th-century U.S., American studies; 19th- and 20th-century social and cultural history

Interests

African Americans in upstate New York; African American intellectuals in the 20th-century United States

Publications

"The Philadelphia Tribune and the Persistence of Black Republicanism during the Great Depression" (Pennsylvania History, Spring 1998); "The Hopes and Fears of the Black Middle Class" (The World and I, February 1999); The Fruits of Integration: Black Middle Class Ideology and Culture 1960-1990 (University Press of Mississippi, 1994); To Do Good and To Do Well: Middle Class Blacks During the Depression in Philadelphia, 1929-1941 (Garland Publishers, 1993); articles and reviews in Afro-Americans in New York Life and History, Journal of Negro History, Pennsylvania History, Southern Cultures, Western Journal of Black Studies, and Journal of Southern History