AFAM Faculty

 

Dr. Daryl Carter

Dr. Daryl Carter

Dr. Daryl A. Carter is associate professor of history and graduate coordinator at East Tennessee State University.  He is the author of the forthcoming President Clinton, African Americans, and The Politics of Race and Class , by The University of Arkansas Press.  Dr. Carter is also the author of the forthcoming,  Race and the American Presidency , by Praeger.  Currently, Dr. Carter is working on a book-length manuscript on the political career of the Sen. Howard H. Bakers, Jr. Dr. Carter holds a B.S. and M.A. from East Tennessee State University and his Ph.D. from The University of Memphis.  He lives in Johnson City, Tennessee, with his wife and children. 

Contact information:

423-439-4222


Other faculty:

David Bubsey 
Adjunct Faculty, Music 
423-439-4270 

David Champouillon
Associate Professor, Music
423-439-6955

Patrick Cronin
Associate Professor/Artist in Residence,
Communications
423-439-6513

Adam Dixon
Adjunct Faculty, Political Science
423-753-5867

Dorothy Drinkard-Hawkshawe
Professor, History
Director, African and African American Studies
423-439-6688

Charles Gunter, Jr.
Associate Professor, Technology
423-439-4162

Mel Page
Professor, History
423-439-4222

Marian Whitson
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice
423-439-6810

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