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educator , historian

Reynolds Johnson Scott-Childress, American historian, educator. Fellow, Gilder Lehrman Institute, 2001; Keck fellow, Huntington Library., 2000. Member of American Studies Association, Organization American Historians, American History Association.

Background

Scott-Childress, Reynolds Johnson was born on November 1, 1960 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. Son of William Newton and Osee Mac Johnson Childress.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, College Park, 1993—2003.

Career

Youth counselor Young Men’s Christian Association, New York City, 1980—1984. Production editor Guilford Publications, 1983—1988. Managing editor Zone Books, 1988—1992.

Convention and publications coordinator American Studies Association, Washington, 1993—1998. Adjunct professor University Maryland, Baltimore, 2003—2004, Catholic University, Washington, 2003—2004, assistant professor, 2004—2005. Historian University Maryland./United States Park Service, College Park, 2004—2005.

Assistant professor State University of New York, New Paltz, since 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Race and the Production of Modern American Nationalism.

Membership

Member of American Studies Association, Organization American Historians, American History Association.

Connections

Married Katherine Grace Scott-Childress. Children: Lillian Grace Childress, Elias Richard Childress.

father:
William Newton

mother:
Osee Mac Johnson Childress

spouse:
Katherine Grace Scott-Childress

children:
Lillian Grace Childress Scott-Childress

Elias Richard Childress Scott-Childress