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Tony Frazier


[email protected]


(919) 530-5394


History


North Carolina Central University


200 Edmonds Classroom Building
Department of History
North Carolina Central University
Durham, North Carolina 27707





[email protected]


(919) 530-5394


History


North Carolina Central University


200 Edmonds Classroom Building
Department of History
North Carolina Central University
Durham, North Carolina 27707



About


Dr. Tony Frazier is a historian of modern Europe, with a specialty in eighteenth-century British and African American History. He conducts research in the areas of enslaved Black British people in the eighteenth-century, Black women in early modern Britain, African American memory, labor migration history, intellectual biography, and digital history. Most recently Dr. Frazier was a National Humanities Center Fellow for the 2021-2022 academic year.  Dr. Frazier teaches courses in British History, African American history, African Diaspora, early Modern European History, Modern European History, and World History.

Dr. Frazier is currently writing a monograph Slaves Without Wages: Runaway Black Slaves and Servants in Eighteenth-Century London. This project investigates the meaning of freedom and liberty in English society, particularly as it relates to enslaved Black people, both before and after the 1772 Somerset Case.

Dr. Frazier, will begin a three-year term on the Council  of the American Historical Association (AHA) after his recent election.

Dr. Frazier served as co-editor of a monograph Topics in African Diaspora, published in 2016 by Kendall Hunt Press. Professor Frazier was a Duke University Mellon Foundation-Franklin Humanities Institute Digital Humanities Initiative Fellow for the 2017-2018 academic year. In 2021, Dr. Frazier received a fellowship as a Summer Fellow for the New Storytellers at The Research Institute Digital Ethnic Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. As part of the summer fellowship, Dr. Frazier developed an ongoing digital history project about the 1839 Amistad revolt. 
 
 


 


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