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Dr. Frederick Douglass Opie

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Faculty Athletics Representative

Phone: (781) ***-****  
Email: f***@***.edu
Local Address:  Massachusetts , United States
Babson College
231 Forest Street
Babson Park , Massachusetts 02457
United States

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  • Croton-Harmon High School
  • associate degree , Physical Education
  • bachelor's degree
    Syracuse University
  • master's degree
    Shippensburg University
  • Ph.D. , History
    Syracuse University
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Staff Directory - Babson, 17 July 2015 [cached]
Fred Opie Faculty Athletics Representative (781) 239-5611
Frederick Opie 'Lowdown Culture' on the Mainland Caribbean from Guatemala to Panama 1863-1923 : The Watson Institute for International Studies, 1 Mar 2010 [cached]
Frederick Opie -- 'Lowdown Culture' on the Mainland Caribbean from Guatemala to Panama 1863-1923 Frederick Opie 'Lowdown Culture' on the Mainland Caribbean from Guatemala to Panama 1863-1923 : The Watson Institute for International Studies The Watson Institute for International Studies
Frederick Opie 'Lowdown Culture' on the Mainland Caribbean from Guatemala to Panama 1863-1923
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series
"'Lowdown Culture' on the Mainland Caribbean form Guatemala to Panama 1863-1923," with Frederick Opie, Marist College.
Frederick Opie is associate professor of history and director of the African Diaspora Studies Program at Marist College. Dr. Opie is the author of Black Labor Migration in Caribbean Guatemala, 1882-1923, and Hog and Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America.
Frederick Douglas Opie is a ..., 13 Mar 2008 [cached]
Frederick Douglas Opie is a Marist College history professor and director of the college's African Diaspora Program.
"There have been a lot of black elected officials who paid their dues and allowed Paterson to be where he is today," Opie said.
Herkimer County Community College, 3 July 2008 [cached]
Dr. Frederick D. Opie ('83)Herkimer County Community College
Dr. Frederick D. Opie
Dr. Frederick D. Opie
A graduate of Croton-Harmon High School in Westchester County, NY, Frederick D. Opie is an Associate Professor of History and Director of the African Program at Marist College, Poughkeepsie, where he teaches history.From 2002-03, he was an Assistant Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Studies in the History Department of Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA. Opie attended HCCC from 1981 to 1983, earning his associate degree in Physical Education.He went on to earn his bachelor's degree from Syracuse University in 1986.He earned his master's degree from Shippensburg University in 1991 and the Ph.D. in History from Syracuse University in 1999.He has published several articles, including "Foreign Workers, Debt Peonage and Frontier Culture in Lowland Guatemala, 1884 to 1990."He is completing a study of African-American culinary history and will turn his attention to revising a manuscript on Race, Labor and Nationality in Caribbean Guatemala, 1884 -1925.In addition to his academic career, Opie has a history of many lacrosse accomplishments including All-County Honors in high school; All-American Honors at HCCC (1982 and 1983); varsity letters in lacrosse at SU (1984 and 1985); club championships with Long Island and Maryland Lacrosse Clubs; and a World Championship with the Men's National Lacrosse Team in Perth Australia (1990).Currently he is faculty advisor for the Marist College Red Foxes men's lacrosse team.
Frederick Opie, a history ..., 6 June 2015 [cached]
Frederick Opie, a history professor at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and author of the book Upsetting the Apple Cart that looks back at black-Latino coalitions in New York City from the 1960s thru the '80s, believes Baltimore's deep racial divide is no accident.
"Behind the uprising in Baltimore, Ferguson and other cities, there has been a systematic and successful attempt to keep African-Americans out of certain neighborhoods, marginalized and locked into ghettos," he said.
Among them is Professor Opie, who said he wonders if we should be looking at the politicians who got elected on tough-on-crime initiatives-and then put pressure on sergeants and lieutenants to carry them out-rather than indicting police officers tasked with fulfilling them.
"I really do feel for the police officers," Opie said, "because one or two bad apples in a precinct really messes up everybody.
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