Dr. Malik SimbaMalik Simba

Coordinator: Africana Studies Program

Office: Social Science 102B

Email: maliks@csufresno.edu

Office Phone: 559-278-5143

Ph.D. - University of Minnesota (1977)
M.A. - University of Minnesota (1973)
B.A. - University of Southern Colorado (1970)

Research/Teaching Interests:
American Constitutional History; African American History

Select Publications:

Black Marxism and American Constitutionalism: An Interpretive History from the Colonial Background to the Great Depression (Kendall Hunt, 2010).

"Gong Lum v. Rice: The Convergence of Law, Race, and Ethnicity," in American Mosaic: Selected Readings on America's Multicultural Heritage, eds. Young I. Song and Eugene C. Kim (Prentice Hall, 1993).

"The Obama Campaign 2008: A Historical Overview" Western Journal of Black Studies 33, 3 (Fall 2009), 186-91.

"Joel Augustus Rogers: Negro Historian in History, Time, and Space," Afro-Americans in New York Life and History: An Interdisciplinary Journal 30, 2 (July 2006).

"Historians Against History: The Propaganda of History and the Struggle Over the Hearts and Minds of Black Folk" co-authored with De Anna Reese, Socialism and Democracy 25, 1 (2011).

Courses Offered:


American History Survey-Post Civil War
Historical Methods and Research
African American History Survey
Africana Image and Culture
Critical Thinking About Race


American Constitutional History

Work In Progress: