Dulaney, W. Marvin
DULANEY, W. Marvin
DULANEY, W. Marvin. American, b. 1950. Genres: History, Race relations. Career: Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH, Upward Bound instructor, 1978, academic and career counselor, 1978-81; Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, intercultural affairs adviser, 1981-83; University of Texas at Arlington, assistant director of Upward Bound program, 1983-85; St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, assistant professor of history, 1985-86; University of Texas at Arlington, assistant professor, 1986-93, associate professor of history, 1993-94, Walter Prescott Webb Lecturer, 1991; College of Charleston, SC, director of African-American studies and Avery Research Center, 1994-, chair, Dept of History, 1998-. African American Museum, Dallas, TX, curator of history, 1987-94, and director of annual African-American History Fairs. Lecturer at colleges and universities; guest on media programs. Juanita Jewel Craft House Civil Rights Museum, curator, 1993; Charleston Civil War Re-Enactor Regiment, member of Company I, 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 1994-96; moderator of annual Know Your Heritage Quiz Shows. Publications: (ed. with K. Underwood, and contrib.) Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement, 1993; Black Police in America, 1996. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals.