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Gary Y. Okihiro papers, 1939-2018

Curriculum Vitae

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Education:


PhD History 1976 University of California, Los Angeles Fields: Africa, southern; Africa, general; Asian American/African American; historical linguistics. Dissertation: "Hunters, Herders, Cultivators, and Traders: Interaction and Change in the Kgalagadi, Nineteenth Century"


MA History 1972 University of California, Los Angeles


BA History 1967 Pacific Union College, Angwin, California


Employment:


Professor, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, 1999-


Presidential Visiting Professor, Yale University, 2016-2017


Affiliate Faculty, Department of History, University of Hawai'i, Hilo, 2015-


Senior Research Scholar, Columbia University, 2014-2016


Visiting Professor, Center for African American Studies, Princeton University, 2013


Senior Research Scholar, Columbia University, 2005-2007


Visiting Professor, Department of History, Columbia University, 1998-1999


Professor, Department of History, Cornell University, 1995-1999


Visiting Professor, Department of History, Princeton University, 1996


Associate Professor, Department of History, Cornell University, 1990-1995