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Glasrud, Bruce

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Bruce A. Glasrud is Professor Emeritus of History, California State University, East Bay; Retired Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Sul Ross State University; a Fellow of the Texas State Historical Association and of the East Texas Historical Association; and a resident of Seguin, Texas. Born and raised in Minnesota, Glasrud received his Ph.D. in history from Texas Tech University--one of the early products of the "Texas Tech School of Black History."

A specialist in the history of blacks in Texas and the West, he is co-editor of The African American West: A Century of Short Stories (Colorado, 2000), The African American Experience in Texas (Texas Tech, 2007), Buffalo Soldiers in the West (Texas A&M, 2007), Black Women in Texas History (Texas A&M, 2008), and African Americans on the Great Plains (Nebraska, 2009). He recently, with Cary D. Wintz, published African Americans and the Presidency: The Road to the White House (Routledge, 2010). Glasrud has published sixteen books and nearly sixty scholarly articles in journals and books.





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