Curriculum Vitae

Updated October 2018



Doctor of Philosophy in History
Evanston, Ill (expected graduation date: 2022)
General Field: United States History
Specialization: African American & African Diaspora Studies
Minor Field: Interdisciplinary Humanities

Master of Arts in History
Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.

Bachelor of Arts in Public & Oral History and American Studies
California State University, San Bernardino, San Bernardino, Calif.

Certificate, Digitization Skills for Libraries and Cultural Heritage Institutions
Pasadena City College, Pasadena, Calif.

Associate of Science in Anthropology
Sacramento City College, Sacramento, Calif.

• 19th and 20th century African Diaspora History
• Museums and Archives
• Digital Storytelling
• Black Feminist Technology & Geography
• Print and Material Culture
• War and Society
• Legal Studies

• Humanities Without Walls Pre-Doctoral Career Diversity Fellow (2018)
• Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship – Alternate (2017)
• 10th Annual Summer School on Black Europe (2017)
• Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholar (2016)

• Research Assistant, California Citrus State Historic Park
• Research Assistant, Save Our Chinatown Committee

• Teaching Assistant, Intro To African American History (Fall 2018) Northwestern University
• Teaching Assistant, Slavery in US History and Culture (Winter 2019) Northwestern University

• Tate, Angela (2019). “The Ethics of Public History” and “Black Public History from Emancipation to Neo-Emancipation.” National Council on Public History (NCPH) Annual Conference, Hartford, CT.
• Tate, Angela (2019). “The Call and the Answer: Radio, Photography, & Transnational Black Womanhood in WWII.” African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) Annual Conference, Ann Arbor, MI
• Tate, Angela (2018). “The Call and the Answer: War, Peace & Black Women’s Internationalism.” Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN [withdrawn]
• Tate, Angela (2018). “When and Where I Enter: Black Women in the Age of DuBois and Washington and DuBois.” Chabraja Center
• Tate, Angela (2018). “Always Keep the Records: Ora Mobley Sweeting’s Archival Activism.” DuSable Museum of African American History
• Tate, Angela (2017). “The Global Color Line in the Promised Land: Garveyism, the Great Migration, and Black Uplift in the American West.” – Borderlands: Histories and Literatures” Symposium, Northwestern University
• Tate, Angela (2016). “What Color is Your Cohort?” Association of African American Museums Annual Conference, Riverside, CA

• Museum Manager, Hoosier Grove Museum (July 2017-October 2018)
• TEI Encoder, American Antiquarian Society (January 2018-April 2018)
• Project Archivist, Ora Mobley Sweeting Papers (March 2017-June 2017)
• Museum Specialist, Temecula Valley Museum (June 2016-May 2017)
• Social Media Manager, Water Resources and Policy Institute (March 2016-November 2016)
• Digital Archivist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (June 2016-August 2016)
• Curator Of Collections, Dora Nelson African American Art & History Museum (January 2016-August 2016)
• Collections Volunteer at Homestead Museum (August 2015-December 2015)
• Project Archivist, Wilmer Amina Carter Foundation (October 2014-June 2015)

• Graduate Committee Member, History Department Women’s Group (AY 2018-19) Northwestern University
• Co-organizer, Northwestern University/UW Madison Symposium Committee (Spring 2018)
Northwestern University
• Student Representative, Career Diversity Working Group (Winter & Spring 2018)
Northwestern University
• Mentee, Office of Diversity & Inclusion (2017-2018 Academic Year)
Northwestern University

• Writing Coach, Posse Foundation
• Peer Reviewer, National Emerging Museum Professionals Journal
• Volunteer, L.A. as a Subject/Archives Bazaar
• Indexer and Transcriber, British Red Cross

• American Association of University Women (AAUW)
• Western History Association
• American Association for State and Local History
• American Historical Association
• American Studies Association
• National Council on Public History
• Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
• African American Intellectual History
• Society Association of Black Women Historians

• Language: French (Basic Proficiency); Portuguese (Beginner); Spanish (Basic Conversation)
• Computer Software – Content Management Systems (CMS), Adobe Creative Suite, HTML & CSS, ArcGIS, PastPerfect, Metadata, WordPress, and Social Media, Python (beginner), TEI