Arwin Smallwood


DepartmentHistory and Political Science



OfficeGibbs Hall
Room: 324

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Arwin Smallwood


Other: Executive Leadership Development, Executive Leadership Summit, Hampton University, 2018

Other: Leadership Training for Department Chairs, UNC Center for School Leadership Development, 2017

Other: Leadership Academy for Department Chairs, American Council on Education. ACE Emerging Leaders Group, 2014

Other: Leadership Training for Department Chairs, UNC Center for School Leadership Development, 2014

Ph D: History, The Ohio State University, 1997

MA: History, North Carolina Central University, 1990

BA: Political Science, North Carolina Central University, 1988

Other: Bertie Senior High School, 1983

Other: Chowan University, 1983

Research Interests

Specialties: Researching and writing on the history of Native Americans, Africans and Europeans in eastern North Carolina and the New World. My fields include: Colonial American, African-American, Native American, Southern and North Carolina History.

Recent Publications

Smallwood,  Arwin  ( 2013).  Race-Mixing: A Brief History with Maps.  Asian American Literary Review  ( Special Issue ,  ).   Asian American Literary Review.

Smallwood,  Arwin  Deluce,  Ashley  Daniels,  Arrianne  Society,  Virginia   Virginia,  Library  Virginia,  University  Foundation,  Colonial  ( 2012).  A Guide to the Virginia Colonial Records Project Microfilm Records, Other Manuscripts, and Transcripts Concerning Indians ca. 1600-1800. .    Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Smallwood,  Arwin  ( 2002).  Bertie County: An Eastern Carolina History.    Arcadia Publishing.

Smallwood,  Arwin  ( 2001).  Blacks at Bradley: 1897 to 2000.    Arcadia Publishing.

Smallwood,  Arwin  ( 1999).  A Turbulent Voyage: Readings in African American Studies.  In Floyd W. Hayes    Collegiate Press.

Smallwood,  Arwin  ( 1999).  Annual Editions: African-American History.  In Rodney Coates    McGraw Hill.

Smallwood,  Arwin  ( 1997).  The Atlas of African-American History and Politics: From the Slave Trade to Modern Times.    McGraw Hill.