James B. Stewart
James Stewart is a Professor of Labor and Employment Relations, African and African American Studies, and Management and Organization currently based at Penn State McKeesport. His Ph.D. is in Economics (University of Notre Dame - 1976). Former administrative assignments include Vice Provost for Educational Equity and Director of the Black Studies Program. Research interests include Diversity Management, Globalization, and Africana Studies. His ten books include Black Families: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, The Housing Status of Black Americans, W.E.B. Du Bois on Race and Culture: Philosophy, Politics and Poetics, African-Americans and Post-Industrial Labor Markets, Managing Diversity in the Military, Flight in Search of Vision, and African Americans in U.S. Labor Markets. He has published over sixty articles in Economics and Black Studies professional journals and is a former editor of The Review of Black Political Economy, past-President of the National Economic Association, and past-President of the National Council for Black Studies.