Hasan Crockett, Ph.D.

  • Interim Department ChairDepartment of Social Sciences
  • Associate Professor, Political ScienceDepartment of Social Sciences

Contact Info:

  • hcrockett@st-aug.edu
  • 919.516.4295
  • Boyer Building Room 300-A

PUBLICATION(S)

Furman, C. Roncoli, C., Bartels, W., Boudreau, M., Crockett, H., Gray, H., & Hoogenboom, G. (2014). Social justice in climate services: Engaging African American farmers in the American South Climate. Risk Management, 2, 11–25.  

Crockett, H. (2001). The Incendiary Pamphlet: David Walker’s Appeal in Georgia. Journal of Negro History 86, no. 3, 305-318.  

Crockett, H. (2004) Experiential Learning and Simulations: Critical Pedagogy and Transforming the Political Culture of African American Male Students. Education International, 1 No. 1, Lyons, Scheb, Richardson,  

Crockett, H. (2001). American Politics: An African American Perspective, in American Government Politics and Political Culture. Open Mind Publishing Group, Inc., Durham, North Carolina.  

Crockett, H. (2001) Reviewed Work: Jumpin‘ Jim Crow: Southern Politics from Civil War to Civil Rights by Jane Dailey, Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore, Bryant Simon The Journal of Negro History, 86, No. 1, 62-64  

Crockett, H. (2001). De Jevu All Over Again: African Americans and the 2000 Elections. National Conference of Black Political Scientists, (NCOBPS).  

Crockett, H. & Fair, Terri (2000). Employment and Labor in Georgia Assembly. Georgia Legislative Review. The Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA. 

Crockett, H. & Maclachlan, G. (1999). Employment and Labor. Georgia Legislative Review, The Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy. Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA.  

Crockett, H. (1998). No Escape from History: Globalization and the US South. Southern Exposure, Vol. 36, No. 2&3  

Completed Manuscript (2018) Coalition Politics the AFL-CIO Southern Area Civil Rights: Coalition Politics the AFL-CIO Southern Area Civil Rights Department and the Civil Rights Movement, in Georgia, North Carolina, and Mississippi, 1965-1967, Dissertation. Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA.