Malinda A Lindquist
Educational Background & Specialties
- African-American history
- U.S. history
- Gender History
- Intellectual History
- HIST 1302: United States History, 1865 to the present
- Hist 3821: U.S. History, 1900-1945
- Hist 3822: Making America Modern, 1945 to the present
- Hist 3864 & 3865: African American History
- Hist 3868: Race, War, and Race Wars in American History
- Hist 1902: Masculinities in the Americas
Research & Professional Activities
- "E. Franklin Frazier and the Evolution of Paternal Authority in the Black Family, 1930-1960": Masculinity, Patriarchy, Power Conference at the University of Southampton, UK , April 2004
- "Black Manhoood and the 'Womanly' Race: Anna Julia Cooper's A Voice from the South, 1892," Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, University of Connecticut: June 2002
- "Social Scientific Productions of Black Manhood in The Philadelphia Negro, 1899," Social Science History Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL: November 2001
- "Visions of Black Manhood in Social Science Fiction," American Studies Association Annual Conference: November 2001
- Keith Mayes and Malinda Alaine Lindquist, Civil Rights and Black Power: The Struggle for Black Equality in the United States, 1941 to 1975 (Under contract, forthcoming 2016).
- Malinda Alaine Lindquist, Race, Social Science and the Crisis of Manhood, 1890-1970: We Are the Supermen (New York: Routledge, 2012).
- Malinda Alaine Lindquist, “The Political is Personal: Black Family Manhood and the Social Science of E. Franklin Frazier, 1930-1945,” Black Masculinity in U.S. History and Literature, eds. Tim Bucker and Peter Caster (Ohio State University Press, 2011): 220-245.
- Malinda Alaine Lindquist, “’The world will always want men’: Anna Julia Cooper, Womanly Black Manhood, and ‘Predominant Man-Influence,’” Left History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Historical Inquiry and Debate 11/2 (Fall 2006): 13-46.
- Women of Color Health Data Book: Adolescents to Seniors. Lindquist, Malinda, Wilhelmina Leigh, Bethesda, MD: Office of Research on Women's Health, 1997.
- NEH Postdoctoral Fellow, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture , 2007
- Dissertation Fellow, Ford Foundation, 2003 - 2004
- Fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars, Princeton University, 2001 - 2003