Elizabeth Todd-Breland named OAH Distinguished Lecturer
The UIC Department of History would like to extend the warmest congratulations to our colleague, Elizabeth Todd-Breland, for being named a Distinguished Lecturer by the Organization of American Historians. Elizabeth is Associate Professor of History at UIC. Her research focuses on 20th-century United States urban and social history, African American history, and the history of education. Her work also explores interdisciplinary issues related to racial and economic inequality, urban public policy, neighborhood transformation, education policy, and civic engagement.
The Organization of American Historians is the largest professional organization in the field of American History. As a Distinguished Lecturer, Professor Todd-Breland may be scheduled for keynote speeches, conferences, public and private lectures, seminars, workshops, and other community events.