Welcome to Dr. Gloria Harper Dickinson's website. Professor Dickinson is Chair of TCNJ's Department of African American Studies, President of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, International Regional Director of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and webmaster for the Association of Black Women Historians.
Professor Dickinson's spheres of academic expertise include Africana literature and religion; black popular culture; women writers of the African Diaspora; and New Media & Africana Studies. Her analyses of: the popular culture and cuisines of Diaspora people; the literature, history and contemporary activities of women of African descent; and the Africana presence on the Information Superhighway have been both informed and enriched through extensive travel in Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, Asia and the Americas.
Dickinson in Technology Program
AFAM Chair Dr. Gloria Harper Dickinson is subject of an
article about the 7 scholars known as "Independent Investigators" who are participants in the Georgetown University VISIBLE KNOWLEDGE PROJECT investigating the impact of technology on learning in Humanities and Social Sciences. Her RESOURCES
for teaching about Africana women is in the 1/02 Georgetown University "VKP" newsletter.