Cameron Gale Brickhouse

Instructor in History
Appointed
2016

Education

B.A.
University of Virginia

M.A.
University of Pennsylvania

Biography

Cameron, who was named a William Fontaine Fellow of Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, holds a bachelor’s degree in African-American and African studies and anthropology. She served as a teaching assistant at Penn and is working toward a doctoral degree in Africana studies. Her research interests include 19th- and 20th-century African-American history, African-American women’s intellectual history, and public history. While living in Virginia, Cameron volunteered in the Charlottesville public schools and at VCU AmeriCorps in Richmond. She also worked as an intern at the Virginia Historical Society and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.