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Frederick Douglass Opie

Associate Professor of History and Director of the African Diaspora Program

Marist College

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Marist College

3399 North Road

Poughkeepsie, New York,12601

United States

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Employment History

Professor of History and Foodways

Babson College


Graduate Assistant and Defense Coordinator for the Men's Lacrosse Team

Gettysburg College


Affiliations

MetroLacrosse Inc

Board Member


Harvard University

Fellow


Education

Croton-Harmon High School


Ph.D.

Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs


Ph.D.

History

Syracuse University


associate degree

Physical Education


bachelor's degree

Syracuse University


degree

Physical Education

Syracuse University


master's degree

Shippensburg University


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Rivertowns of Westchester Teacherhostel™ The Rivertowns, Sleepy Hollow, and the Rockefellers - Institute of History, Archaeology, and Education

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3:00 "The African American Migration to North: A Case Study" Fred Opie, Marist College


Herkimer Men's Lacrosse Alumni Fred Opie gives Presentation » Herkimer Generals

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Herkimer Generals Men's Lacrosse alumni Fred Opie, class of 1983, visited campus this past weekend to celebrate Herkimer's 50th Anniversary.
Opie, a member of the prestigious Herkimer Alumni Wall of Honor supported fellow inductees Dartray Belk and Donald J. Snyder onto the Wall of Honor Friday night. Opie played for the legendary Herkimer lacrosse coach Paul Wehrum in 1982 and 1983. Opie then transferred to Syracuse University where he finished his degree in Physical Education and earned Varsity Letters for lacrosse as an Orangeman. He then earned his Master's Degree from Shippensburg University in 1991 and the Ph.D. in History from Syracuse University in 1999. Opie continued to pursue the sport winning club championships with the Long Island and Maryland Lacrosse Clubs, and a World Championship with the Men's National Lacrosse Team in Perth, Australia (1990). Fred Opie currently works as a faculty advisor for the Marist College Red Foxes men's lacrosse team. -Emily Woudenberg Listen to the podcast of Fred Opie's presentation:


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Back in my hotel room that afternoon, I leafed through a book called Hog and Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America, by Frederick Douglass Opie, a professor of history at Marist College.


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Professor of History at Marist, Dr. Frederick Douglass Opie, is a scholar and educator.
Many of his students probably wouldn't know he was a big time player in his day at Syracuse or that he is a published author of a history book about food with some recipes. Dr. Opie recently launched a blog for just that; to share what he is passionate about. In his latest post Dr. Opie reminisces about how he and his teammates would dye heads over wings at the local restaurant, Acropolis. His memory is uncanny and the topics could not be more relevant in this given day.


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Fred Opie, Marist College
Fred Opie is the Associate Professor of History and Director of the African Diaspora Program at Marist College. He is a news junky who studies transnational movements, ethnicity, foreign relations, labor, and foodways. His first book, Hog and Hominy which is a global look at African American foodways (including the Caribbean and Brazil), that organically developed out of a public lecture he gave and his own love of cooking (and eating). His second book, Black Labor Migration in Caribbean Guatemala, tells the story of a turn of the century frontier region with railroad and banana plantation towns populated by Garifuna, Black Americans, West Indians, and Latin American workers. The book looks at multiple points of black identity in this Afro-Hispanic Diaspora, foreign relations, and Garveyism. His current book project is a study of the inter-ethnic relationships which developed between African Americans and Latinos (Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Panamanians, Dominicans, and others) in metro New York City (inclusive of several Westchester County suburbs).


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