Dr. Jeremy RichDirector of Criminal Justice, Associate Professor of History
African and world history, colonialism and Central African history (Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo)
Dr. Jeremy Rich is a specialist in modern central African history. He received his BA in history from the University of Chicago and his MA and
He has written numerous articles as well as two books: A Workman is Worthy of His Meat: Food and Colonization in the Gabon Estuary (University of Nebraska Press, 2007) and Missing Links: The African and American Worlds of R.L. Garner, Primate Collector (University of Georgia Press, 2012). His current research focuses on the Democratic Republic of Congo from independence in 1960 to 1990. In particular, Dr. Rich is investigating the challenges of humanitarian aid in the DRC as well as changes in Protestant churches from missionary to
African leadership after independence.
Global History of the Twentieth Century (HIST 101)
Seminars in History (HIST 460A & HIST 460B)
Contemporaryh History of Africa (HIST 443)