Tracy J. Prince, Ph.D. is a Scholar-in-Residence at Portland State University's Portland Center for Public Humanities. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas after the Civil Rights Act, she has spent her career teaching and writing about race, gender, and social equity issues. Dr. Prince uncovers forgotten or overlooked historical moments by digging through archives and interviewing folks who like to talk about the good ol' days. Her books make historical research accessible and compelling.
Dr. Tracy Prince has lived all over the world--having taught in or spent extensive research time in Turkey, Australia, England, Canada, and throughout the US (Oregon, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkansas). She has taught in Humanities, English, and Urban Studies and Planning departments.
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