Tag: NC Central

Jarvis Hargrove

Dr. Jarvis L. Hargrove is an assistant professor of history at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in Durham, NC, where his research specializes in African History.  He began teaching at in NCCU in 2011.     Dr. Hargrove is the author of The Political Economy of the Interior Gold Coast: The Asante and the Era of Legitimate Trading, 1807–1875. Read more →

Carlton Wilson

Carlton E. Wilson, Ph.D., serves as interim provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs. Previously, Dr. Wilson served as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.   Dr. Wilson has worked in a number of faculty and leadership roles over the course of his extensive and accomplished career in higher education. In addition to leading the College of Liberal… Read more →

Ode Ogede

Ode Ogode is a professor of English and Mass Communications at the North Carolina Central University. He is currently writing a book which deals, principally in English, with a study of an All-Women’s ritual in an African community and a book-length appraisal of New writing from Nigeria. His published books include Helping Students to Write Successful Paper Titles (2013), Intertextuality… Read more →

Jim Harper

Dr. Jim C. Harper, II is the department of History Chairman at  North Carolina Central University. In this role, Harper will supervise all ASALH programs and grants, as well as the association’s annual conference and luncheon. He will also oversee ASALH publications, including the Journal of African American History, Black History Month Bulletin, FIRE: The MultimediaJournal of Black Studies, ASALH… Read more →