Godfrey T. Vincent, Ph.D.



Assistant Professor, History
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of History and Political Science
E-mail: gvincent@mytu.tuskegee.edu
Office Phone: 334-727-8105
Office Location: John A. Kenney Hall, Rm 70-106

Research Fields:
  • New World Slavery and Emancipation
  • Racism and Segregation
  • Civil Rights and Affirmative Action
  • Social Movements and Change; Globalization and Political Economy
  • Labor History, focusing on new forms of labor struggles and organizations
Collaborations:
  • Dr. Joe Jimmeh
    Department of History & Political Science
    Tuskegee University
  • Dr. Immanuel Ness
    Department of Political Science
    Brooklyn College, CUNY & The CUNY Graduate Center
Biographical Sketch:
Professor Godfrey Vincent received his Ph.D from Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland in 2011. His current research focuses on Neo-liberal Globalization. Addressing the issues of income inequality in the Global South, exploitation of resources, and governance, Dr. Vincent’s group is currently developing alternative models of development that seeks to address all forms of disparities.

Representative Publications:
  1. Vincent, Godfrey. The African Diaspora: Experiences, Engagements and New Challenges (2014). Cognella Academic Publishing, San Diego, CA. 
  2. Vincent, Godfrey; Jimmeh, Joe. Contending Perspectives on Neoliberal Globalization (2014). Cognella Academic Publishing, San Diego, CA.
  3. Vincent, Godfrey. Review of Politics of Identity in Small Plural Societies: Guyana, Fiji Islands, Trinidad and Tobago by Stacey-Ann Wilson. WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society, Vol. 15, No. 3 (Sept., 2012) : 460-465.
  4. Vincent, Godfrey. “The Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union, Trinidad and Tobago (1937- ).” The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. Ness, Immanuel (ed). Blackwell Online. May 23 2012.
    http://www.revolutionaryprotestencyclopedia.com/subscriber/tocnode?id=g9781405184649_yr2012_chunk_g97814051846491844
  5. Vincent, Godfrey. Review of Eric Williams and the Making of the Modern Caribbean by Colin A. Palmer. Journal of International Working Class History, 71, Issue 01 (2007) : 220-223.