Felix L. Armfield
Felix L. Armfield
Campus Address: Classroom Building C213
Ph.D., Michigan State University
U.S. history, African-American history, archival administration, local black history
Eugene Kinckle Jones: The National Urban League and Black Social Work, 1910-1940. University of Illinois Press, 2012
Black Life in West Central Illinois. Arcadia Publishing, 2001.
Defining the “Alpha” Identity”, Chapter #2, in Alpha Phi Alpha: A Legacy of Greatness,the Demands of Transcendence. University Press of Kentucky, 2012
“Eugene Kinckle Jones and the Struggle to Keep the National Urban League Afloat During the Great Depression,”, Journal of Afro-Americans in New York Lifeand History. Vol. 30. No. 1, (January 2006), 77-98.
“The Rev. J. Edward Nash House: A Cornerstone of History and Culture,” Western New York Heritage Magazine, Winter 2004, 30-37.
Historical Commentator, “Buffalo Soul: The Legacy Plays On.” WIVB/TV, Channel 4,Buffalo, New York. Televised Documentary 2003.
“Saving a National Treasure: The Home of Dr. Carter G. Woodson,” Organization of American Historians Newsletter, August 2002.
“Eugene Kinckle Jones: A Statesman for the Times”, in African American Leadership:An Empowerment Tradition in Social Welfare History, edited by Iris B. Carlton- LaNey. NASW Press, 2001.
“Fire on the Prairies: The 1895 Spring Valley Race Riot,” The Journal of Illinois History, Vol. 3 (autumn, 2000), 185-200.
African American History I, West Africa to Reconstruction
African American History II, Since Reconstruction
United States History II, Since Reconstruction
Civil Rights History
Readings in African American History (Special Topics)
Graduate Seminars in U. S. and African American History
Museums and Material Culture History (Team Taught)