Dr. Zebulon Vance Miletsky
Phone Number: (631) 632-7495
Office: SBS S-253
Dr. Zebulon Vance Miletsky is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and a historian specializing in recent African-American History, Civil Rights and Black Power, Urban History, Mixed Race and Biracial identity, and Hip-Hop Studies. His research interests include: African-Americans in Boston; Northern freedom movements outside of the South; Mixed race history in the U.S. and passing; and the Afro-Latin diaspora. He is the author of numerous articles, reviews, essays and book chapters and is currently working on a manuscript on the civil rights movement in Boston. Ph.D.; African-American Studies with a concentration in History, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2008.
Miletsky, Zebulon V. "Before Busing: Boston's Long Movement for Civil Rights and the Legacy of Jim Crow in the "Cradle of Liberty". The Journal of Urban HistoryFebruary, 2017
Miletsky, Zebulon V. "Separatist City" The Mandela (Roxbury) Movement and the Politics of Secession, Self-Determination and Community Control, 1983-1986. The Trotter Review, October, 2016
Miletsky, Zebulon V. "The Dilemma of Interracial Marriage: The Boston NAACP and the National Equal Rights League, 1912-1927". Massachusetts Historical Journal, January, 2016