Dr. Sharony Green
Ph.D., University of Illinois, 2013
- Urban History
- U.S. History
- American Civilization to 1865 (HY 103)
- American Civilization since 1865 (HY 104)
- The Nineteenth Century City (HY 300)
- Bebop to Hip Hop: Young America and Music (HY 430)
- Antebellum America (HY 400)
- Gender, Race and the Urban Space (HY-WS-GRS 500)
Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black – White Intimacies in Antebellum America (Northern Illinois University Press, June 2015).
“Mr Ballard, I am compelled to write again”: Beyond Bedrooms and Brothels, a Fancy Girl Speaks,” Black Women, Gender and Families, Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring 2011), pp. 17-40.
- Exploring black-white intimacies in antebellum America.
- Race and Space in Miami, FL.
Other Professional Interests
Awards and Honors
- 2016 Barbara “Penny” Kanner Prize, Western Association of Women Historians (WAWH) for Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black-White Intimacies in Antebellum America (Northern Illinois University Press, 2015)
- Alternate, Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014)
- Co-honoree, Educator of the Year, Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society (2014)
- Bankhead/Summersell Pre-Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Department of History, University of Alabama (2012-13)
- Alternate, Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship (2012)
- Outstanding Research Writing Award, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Summer Pre-Doctoral Institute (SPI) (2010)
- “The River is Low: Fancy Girls and the Issue of Desire Around One Domestic Slave Trader,” Honorable Mention, Graduate Category, Ruth Murray Essay Competition, Center for Gender Studies, University of Chicago (2007)