Waite, Cally L. (cw186)

Cally Lyn Waite

Associate Professor of History and Education

Office Location:

334E HMann

Educational Background

B.A., New College; M.A., Stanford University; Ed.D., Harvard University

Scholarly Interests

The transformation of higher education in the late 19th century;  historical theory and methodology.

Selected Publications

Permission to Remain Among Us: Education for Blacks in Oberlin, 1880-1914 (Greenwood Press).
"The Invisible ‘Talented Tenth', Women and Dubois" (Feminist Engagements).
"Fighting Injustice Through Education" (History of Education).

Related Articles

Winning the Social War Through Education

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a grant to support the groundbreaking research of Professors Cally Waite and Margaret Crocco, who will be studying "The Education of Southern African Americans in Northern Research Institutions from Plessy to Brown (1896-1954)."

TC Communique Issue 1, Number 1

This year, the TC community is in the process of making some important decisions about the College's future financial priorities, leading toward the anticipated Capital Campaign. Periodically during the academic year, updates about the progress of that work will be reported through this new publication--the TC Communiqué.

Cally L. Waite

Associate Professor of History and Education

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