Assistant Professor of History and African American Studies
Chair of African American Studies
African American History and Culture
Haiti and its Diaspora
Women and Gender Studies
Hip Hop Culture
PhD in History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
MA in History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BA in History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with a minor in African American Studies
History 202: African American History, 1619–1865
History 203: African American History, 1865–2016
History 275: Black Diaspora Freedom Struggles
History 300: The Historian's Workshop
History 317: The History of Black Television
African American Studies 110: Intro to African American Studies
African American Studies 228: History of Hip Hop
African American Studies 305: Women and Gender in Hip Hop
C. Pierre Joseph. “Life in Bronzeville: The Humanist Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks,” in A History of Chicago Literature, edited by Frederik Bryn Køhlert. (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, Forthcoming).
C. Pierre Joseph. “Diasporic Ambassadors: Black Women, Pageants, and Building Diasporic Connections between Haiti and Chicago in the 20th Century,” in The Journal of African American Studies, Forthcoming.
C. Pierre Joseph. “Being Black and Bicultural: Racial and Ethnic Identity Formation of Haitian Americans in Chicago,” in Pan African Spaces: Essays on Black Transnationalism, edited by Msia Kibona Clark, Loy Azalia, and Phiwokuhle Mnyandu. (Lexington Books, Lanham MD: 2019).
C. Pierre Joseph. “Book Review: A More Beautiful and Terrible History: The Uses and Misuses of Civil Rights History by Jeanne Theoharis,” in The Public Historian, Volume 40, Number 4, November 2018.
Presenter: “The Sanctity of Stories: Haitians and Religion in Chicago” 2018 The Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, Loyola University
Presenter: “Haiti and Chicago: A Hidden History” 2018 Black Communities Conference, University of North Carolina
Presenter: “A Moment of Despair: Haitians in Chicago, 1957-1985” 2017 University of Texas at San Antonio 10th Annual African American Studies Symposium: Intersectional Black Identities
Presenter: “Duvalierism, the Changing Idea of Haiti and the Formation of the Haitian Diaspora in Chicago, 1957–1985” 2017
Harvard University Graduate Conference on International History: Migration, Immigration, and Diaspora
Most Outstanding Advisor, 2019, Lake Forest College
Bright Institute Fellowship 2018-2020, Knox College
Digital Chicago Fellowship 2018, Lake Forest College