Marc Arsell Robinson, Ph.D.

​Assistant Professor, History
California State University, San Bernardino​

Marc Robinson specializes in U.S. and African American history and has published journal articles, essays and book reviews. His research focuses on Black student activism, the Civil Rights and the Black Power Movements in the Pacific Northwest. He has established a formidable reputation as a leader who’s committed to mentoring and supporting students. In 2022, he was one of ten scholars named a Mellon Emerging Faculty Leader by the Institute for Citizens and Scholars. The institute recognizes junior faculty committed to campus inclusion and whose research focuses on contemporary American history, politics, culture and society. Robinson was one of three fellows to teach at the inaugural cycle of the University of Oregon’s Visiting Fellowship in Equity, Justice and Inclusion for its Clark Honors College. He was also a 2021-22 recipient of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences’ Outstanding Junior Faculty Award. ​

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