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Office: 202 Humber-White House 

Office phone: 478-445-4691

Email: mark.huddle@gcsu.ecu

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Mark Huddle

Assistant Professor of History

202 Humber White House
478-445-4691
mark.huddle@gcsu.edu

Fields:

African American History
U.S. 20th Century
Popular Culture

Publications:

Roi Ottley's World War II:  The Lost Diary of an African American Journalist (Kansas 2011).

Classes Taught:

HIST 2111:  US History to 1877
HIST 2112:  US History from 1877 to Present
HIST 3001:  Historical Research and Writing
HIST 3020:  African American History to 1877
HIST 3025:  African American History since 1877
HIST 4635:  Era of Segregation
HIST 4640:  Civil Rights and Black Power
HIST 4645:  African American Cultural and Intellectual History

Current Projects:

Marcus Garvey:  Black Nationalism and the New Negro (under contract, Ivan Dee Publishers)

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