Joshua Clark Davis

Joshua Clark Davis

Assistant Professor, University of Baltimore

Joshua Clark Davis is an historian who studies twentieth-century U.S. cultural and social history, with a particular interest in the relationship between capitalism, social movements, and media. He is Assistant Professor at the University of Baltimore in the Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies. He also co-directs Media and the Movement: Journalism, Civil Rights, and Black Power in the American South.

Joshua Clark Davis's Blog Posts

The Wikipedia Assignment
November 15, 2016

“You mean, you want us to actually send our essays to Wikipedia,” my students asked. “Yes,” I told them. “That’s the only way they might publish your essay.” For the last three semesters, I’ve... read moreabout The Wikipedia Assignment »