Samuel K. Roberts
Assistant Professor, History and Research Fellow of African-American Studies.

Ph.D. Princeton University.

“Review of W. Michael Byrd and Linda A. Clayton. An American Health Dilemma, Volume 2: Race, Medicine, and Health Care in the United States 1900-2000 (New York: Routledge, 2002)” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, forthcoming Summer 2005.

‘“Where Our Melanotic Citizens Predominate”:’ Locating African Americans and Finding the “Lung Block” in Tuberculosis Research in Baltimore, Maryland, 1880-1920,” in Paola Boi, ed., CrossRoutes, the Meanings of "Race" for the 21st Century, Münster (Germany) and Piscataway, NJ: Distributed in North America by Transaction Publishers, 2003

Review of David McBride, Missions for Science: U.S. Technology and Medicine in America's African World (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002),” in the Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 2003

“Introduction” to Carter G. Woodson, A Century of Negro Migration, 2002, Dover Publications

 “‘Where Our Melanotic Citizens Predominate:’ Locating African Americans and Finding the ‘Lung Block’ in Tuberculosis Research in Baltimore, Maryland, 1880-1920,”  (forthcoming, in publication of selected papers from the annual meeting of the Collegium for African-American Research, Cagliari, Sardinia (Italy), 21?25 March 2001)

“Whither Goes the March? : Response to Adetokunbo Adelkan on the Million Man  March, and Christian Appropriation and Transformation,” Koinonia: The Princeton Theological Seminary Graduate Forum 12:1 (Spring 2000)

Conference Papers/Presentations

“Spaces of Consumption (and Vice Versa), or, Epidemiology, Public Health, and the Mapping of Tuberculosis in the Era Of Jim Crow,” Yale University 3 November 2004

“The Uses of History: Thinking about African-American Health in Perspective.”  University of Rochester School of Medicine, 19 January 2004

“Urban Anxiety: Tuberculosis Surveillance Among African Americans in the Early Twentieth Century.”  University of Rochester School of Medicine, 19 January 2004)

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