Tiffany M. Gill
Tiffany M. Gill is an associate professor in the departments of black American studies and history at the University of Delaware. Her research and teaching interests include African American women’s history, the history of black entrepreneurship, fashion and beauty studies, and the history of black travel and tourism. A dedicated teacher and scholar, Gill is the author of Beauty Shop Politics: African American Women's Activism in the Beauty Industry (2010), which won the Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book Prize from the Association of Black Women Historians. Before joining the faculty of the University of Delaware, she taught for a decade at the University of Texas at Austin where she was awarded the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award for excellence in undergraduate education. Currently, she is at work on a book examining the roles played by international leisure travel and fashion in shaping African American women as global citizens after World War II. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she now resides in Philadelphia.
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- African American Women's Activism in the Civil Rights Movement
- Looking for Politics in Unexpected Places: The Role of Leisure in the Civil Rights Movement
- African American Women Entrepreneurs and the Black Freedom Struggle
- Intentional Tourists: African American International Travel in the Twentieth Century
- The Politics of Race and Beauty in Twentieth-Century America