Pamela Robbins

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Pamela
Robbins
Teaching Professor in History
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Pamela Robbins received her B.A. (1992), M.A. (1994), and Ph.D. (2003) from Florida State University, where she joined the faculty in 2004.  Pam has a long history of excellence in teaching, including the Florida State University Excellence in Teaching Award, awarded consecutively in 2012 and 2006, and most recently with the Phi Beta Kappa Excellence in Teaching Award (2015) and Burning Spears’ Guardian of the Flame Teaching Award (2015).  She primarily works on the history of slavery and its legacies, the history of immigration and the use of film in the classroom.

 

Courses include:

AMH 2091: The African-American Experience in the United States

AMH 2097: Race, Ethnicity and Nationality in the United States

HIS 4930/5935: Special Topics: History of the South Thru Film

HIS 4930/5935: Special Topics: 1960s Thru Film

HIS5935: Teaching Nationality, Race and Ethnicity

HIS5935: Teaching with Media

IFS 2042 - "Fight the Power" - Protesting with Song in America - 20th century vs. 21st century