Edward L. Cox

Associate Professor of History

Email: ecox@rice.edu Phone: x2783 Office: 313 Humanities

Education

  • Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, 1977.
  • M.A., The Johns Hopkins University, 1973.
  • B.A., University of the West Indies, 1970.

Areas of Interest

  • Caribbean history
  • blacks in the Americas
  • postemancipation societies
  • the U.S. Civil Rights Movement

Teaching

Professor Cox teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in all of his areas of interest, but he is no longer accepting new graduate students.

Selected Publications

  • "William Galwey Donovan and the Struggle for Political Change in Grenada, 1883–1920," Small Axe, vol. 22 (February 2007): 17-38.
  •  Ralph Brush Cleghorn of St. Kitts (1804-1842)," Slavery & Abolition, vol. 28 (April 2007): 41-60.
  • The Free Coloreds in the Slave Societies of St. Kitts and Grenada, 1763-1833, (Univ. of Tennessee, 1984).

 

 Cox Cover One  Cox Cover Two
"William Galwey Donovan and the Struggle
for Political Changein Grenada, 1883-1920" (2007)
 "Ralph Brush Cleghorn of St. Kitts" (2007)

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