Department(s) History, Multicultural Education Office
Title(s) Dean of Multicultural Education; History Teacher
Degree(s) Harding University, BA & MA
Eddie received his BA in history and religion and his MA in history education from Harding University. Eddie was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. He is an independent historian, history teacher, Dean of Multicultural Education, and activist. His research looks at race, religion, and Black thought, particularly W.E.B. Du Bois. He chaired the AP History Division of the College Board, served on the exam committee, and was a table leader for the AP reading. Recently Eddie was appointed to the editorial board for the Society of Values in Higher Education, where his leadership addresses matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Furthermore, Eddie published a text for students and teachers through Norton Publisher, Historical Thinking Skills in European History. At Govs, Eddie serves as the Director of Multicultural Education, teaches history, is a dorm parent, and coaches JV boys tennis. Before joining Govs, Eddie and his wife migrated from the Deep South to New England, where he taught at Brooks School. They live on campus with their cat.