JOHN LOCHLAN GODWIN
PRESENT ADDRESS: February 2017
· Ph.D., December 1994, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C., American History.
· M.A., Spring 1988, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C., American History.
· Certificate, Winter 1981, National Center for Paralegal Training, Atlanta, GA. Specialty: Litigation, with additional studies in Legal Research, Real Estate, Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy, Business Organizations and Estates, Trusts, and Wills.
· B.A., Spring 1975, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in English and Philosophy with honors in Philosophy and Creative Writing.
· History Instructor, (Part-time), Campbell University, Camp Lejeune, Spring 2009-2013.
* AP History Reader, U.S. History, May-June 2014, Louisville, KY, College Board, ETS, Princeton, N.J.
* AP History Reader, U.S. History, May-June 2012, Louisville, KY, College Board, ETS, Princeton, N.J.
* Lead History Instructor, Campbell University-Camp Lejeune, 2011.
· History Instructor, (Part-time), Brunswick Community College, Supply, N.C., Fall 2009.
· History Instructor, (Part-time), Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville, N.C., Summer 2009.
· History Instructor (Part-time), Graduate Liberal Studies Department, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Summer 2005 to 2007.
· Editor & Publisher (Self-Employed), Carolina Civic Voice, Liberty Quill Publications Co., Wilmington, N.C., July 2001 to 2008.
* “The Founding Fathers and World History,” UNCW Lifelong Learning, a five week course, October 1- 29, Fall 2009.
* “JFK and the Sixties,” Pathways, UNCW Lifelong Learning, a five week course, October-November, Fall 2008.
* “The Passionate and Tumultuous Sixties: America 1954 to 1973,” Pathways, UNCW Lifelong Learning, a five week course, October- November, Fall 2004.
* History Lecturer (Part-time), Department of History, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, N.C., Fall 1997, Summer 1999.
· History Lecturer, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, Fall 1995 - Spring 1996.
· Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Wingate College, Wingate, North Carolina, Fall 1994 -Spring 1995.
· Research Assistant, Department of History, University of South Carolina, Biographical Database Project, Topic: "The Church in Late Antiquity, Gaul," Spring 1994, Fall 1993, Spring 1991, June July 1990, Summer 1988.
· Instructor, U.S History and Western Civilization, Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College, Orangeburg, S.C., Summer I and II, 1993.
· Instructor, Department of History, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C., Fall 1991 -Fall 1992.
· Teaching Assistant, Department of History, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C., Spring 1986 -Spring 1990.
· Legal Assistant (Self-Employed), Independent Paralegal Services, Greenville, S.C., Summer 1984- Spring 1985.
· Legal Assistant, Wyche, Burgess, Freeman, and Parham, PA, Greenville, S.C. July 1982 - March 1984.
· Writer (Self-Employed), Chapel Hill, N.C., Unpublished Historical Novel, Short Fiction, and Poetry, December 1978 -June 1981.
· “The Living Constitution: Paradox, Ideology and the Founders in the Compromise of 1787,” Friends of Hackney Library, Wilson County Historical Association, & the Oliver Nestus Freeman Round House Museum of African American History, Barton College, Wilson, N.C. September 17, 2013.
· “History, Politics, Poverty, Racism and Global Warming: Uncovering the New Paradigm,” presented at panel discussion on Poverty, Social Change and Global Warming, at conference: Global Warming: What Do We Know? What Can We Do?, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, June 9, 2007.
· Interview Broadcast, for National Public Radio, WHQR 91.3, “Democracy’s Denial,” Produced by Listening Between the Lines, Inc., Alan Lipke, Tampa Florida, Broadcast February 21, 2002.
· “Positive Memory: Black Wilmington and the Civil Rights Era—A Slide Presentation,” author’s original slide collection drawn from research, YWCA Study Circles Series, Wilmington, N.C. May 29, 2001.
· “Positive Memory: Black Wilmington and the Civil Rights Era…” slide collection, presented for African American Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., May 2, 2001.
· “Positive Memory: Black Wilmington and the Civil Rights Era…” slide collection, special presentation, New Hanover County Public Library, Wilmington, N.C., February 25, 2001.
· “A Critical Response to Stephen E. Miller's The Woman in the Yard, An Anti-Historical Fiction: Wilmington in the 1950s,” Presentation before the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society, February 23, 2000.
· “Black and White in Public Schools: Wilmington and New Hanover County,” Wilmington in Black and White: Conversations About Our Past, Present, and Future, Using A Multicultural Approach, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Sponsored by Department of Religion and Philosophy, September 25,1997.
· “Taming a Whirlwind: Black Civil Rights Leadership in the Community Setting, Wilmington, N.C, 1950-1972,” Appalachian State University, History Department, Faculty Seminar, April 18, 1996.
· “The Struggle for Black Education: Wilmington, North Carolina and the Civil Rights Movement, 1948-1980,” National Association of African American Studies and National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, National Conference, Houston, Texas, February 13-17,1996.
· Session Chair with Introduction, “Black Sailors and World War II,” New England American Studies Association, Connecticut Afro-American Society, Mystic Seaport Museum, Joint Conference on Race, Ethnicity and Power in Maritime America, September 14-17,1995.
· “Forest Biodiversity, Environmental History, and Sierra Club Activism in Sumter National Forest,” Society of American Foresters, Annual Conference, Columbia, S.C., June 3,1994.
· “Black Education and the Civil Rights Movement, Wilmington, N .C., 1948-1980,” North Carolina History: The Multi-Cultural Experience, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Graduate History Conference, March 17-18,1994.
· “Black Education and the Civil Rights Movement in Wilmington, N .C., 1948-1972,” University of South Carolina, Graduate History Association Lunch Series, October 1992.
· “Taming a whirlwind: Black Civil Rights Leadership in the Community Setting, Wilmington, N.C., 1950-1972,” South Carolina Historical Association, Conference Meeting, Columbia College, March 2, 1991.
· “The Crisis of public School Desegregation, Wilmington, N.C., 1968-1971,” History of Education Society, Annual Meeting, Emory University, November 2, 1990.
· “Black Racial Attitudes in the Crisis of public School Desegregation, Wilmington, N .C., 1968-71,” University of South Carolina, Graduate History Symposium, Spring 1987.
· “The Hidden Role of Billionaires in North Carolina Politics,” History News Network, 6 November 2016.
· Book Review, The Wilmington Ten: Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the 1970s, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2016), History News Network, 23 September 2016.
· “Why I am a Social Democrat (and Why I Voted for Hillary Clinton)” History News Network, 22 May 2016.
· “The Case of the Wilmington Ten,” Oxford University Press, African American Studies Center Online, October 2014.
· Book Review, Massive Resistance: The White Response to the Civic Rights Movement, by George Lewis, (N.Y. & London: Oxford University Press, 2006), H-Net Reviews NC, Humanities and Social Sciences Online, June 2007.
· Articles, Book Reviews and Editorials, Carolina Civic Voice, Liberty Quill Publications, Co., October 2001, Vol.1, No.1, to 2007.
· Book Review, Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power, by Timothy B. Tyson, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999), North Carolina Libraries, Spring 2001, 33.
· Book Publication. Black Wilmington and the North Carolina Way: Portrait of a Community in the Era of Civil Rights Protest, (Lanham, MD.: University Press of America, Inc., 2000).
· Articles, "Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)," and "Nation of Islam (NOI)," The Sixties in America, (Pasadena, Ca.: Salem Press, Inc., 1999).
· Articles, “President Lyndon B. Johnson and the Great Society,” and “Watts Riot,” The Encyclopedia of North American History, (Pasadena, Ca.: Salem Press, Inc., 1998).
· Article, “The Struggle for Black Education, Wilmington, North Carolina and the Civil Rights Movement, 1948-1980,” Proceedings of the National Association of African American Studies, Fall 1996.
· Book Review: Reading, Writing, &Race: The Desegregation of the Charlotte Schools, by Davison M. Douglas, (Chapel Hill & London: University of North Carolina Press, 1995), Journal of Southwest Georgia History, Fall 1996.
· Articles, “Harry Carson,” “E.J. Junior,” “Jim Kelly,” “Bruce Smith,” and “Reggie White,” Biographical Dictionary of American Sport, 1993-94 Supplement, (Westport, Ct: Greenwood Press, 1995).
· Articles, “Anita DeFrantz,” and “Lynette Woodard,” Black Women In America, An Historical
· Encyclopedia, (N.Y.: Carlson Publishing, Inc., 1993).
· Book Review, Politics, Religion, and Rockets: Essays in Twentieth-Century American History, by Paul A Carter, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1991), review published in The Historian, Summer 1992, Vol. 54, No.4, pp.750-751.
· Article, “Taming a Whirlwind: Black Civil Rights Leadership in the Community Setting, Wilmington, N .C., 1950-1972,” Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association, 1992.
HISTORY DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES:
· Arranged and Promoted, "Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal: An Experience in Historical Theater," written and produced by Dr. Edward H. Beardsley, Department of History, University of South Carolina, Appalachian State University, Boone, N .C., April 1, 1996.
· Global Warming Conference Committee: organized and participated in special session, “Poverty, Social Change and Global Warming,” for conference “Global Warming: What Do We Know? What Can We Do?” June 8-9, 2007, UNC Wilmington, jointly sponsored by the UNCW Division of Public Service and Continuing Education and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Wilmington.
· Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Wilmington, Social Action Committee, helped plan, coordinate and publicize, “The Soul of Anti-Racism: What Moves You?”, The Thomas Jefferson District Anti-Racism Conference, March 10-12, 2006, Wilmington, N.C.
· 1898 Centennial Commission: A Community Effort For Remembrance And Reconciliation, Reconciliation Committee, Wilmington, N.C., 1997-98.
· Sierra Club: Active member since 1990. Organized and chaired Sumter National Forest subcommittee August 1991 through July 1994. Sumter Forest Expeditions I & II: Organized Sierra Club tree planting expeditions to Sumter National Forest, January 23, 1993 and January 22, 1994. Published articles, poetry, and reports in environmental newsletter, The Bachman News, The Congaree Chronicle, Columbia, S.C., 1992-1994; Appalachian Voice, Boone, N .C., Summer and Fall issues, 1996. Slide show presentations, Sumter National Forest,: Central Piedmont Group, July 1995, Cape Fear Group, October 1996.
· Amnesty International: Chaired China Special Action Committee, June-July 1984, Active Group Member, Greenville, S.C., 1984 1985.
· Greenville Memorial Hospital: Volunteer Assistant to Social Worker, Greenville, S.C., 1983-84.
· “Writers’ Choice Award,” for Best Publisher, November 1, 2005 by Friends, Contributors and Staff of the Carolina Civic Voice, Wilmington, N.C.
· "Favorite Faculty Nomination," with reception invitation, Graham and Hewlett Residence Halls, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, N.C., April 29, 1998.
· R. Means Davis Fellowship, given for academic excellence by the Graduate Committee of the University of South Carolina, History Department, 1992.
· "Conservationist of the Year," Sierra Club, South Carolina Chapter, Bachman Group, Columbia, S.C., 1993.
· Extensive travel throughout U.S. and Canada, May 1976 to November 1978.