Faculty & Staff Details

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Andy DeRoche, Ph.D.

Boulder County Campus
Office Location
Boulder County Campus Social Sciences

Teaching Experience
1998-Present Full-time instructor at Front Range Community College
2000-Present Adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado
University of Colorado, History Ph.D., 1997
University of Maine, History M.A., 1993
Princeton University, History B.A., 1989
Courses Taught
  • African-American History
  • U.S. History I
  • U.S. History II
  • U.S. Civil War Era 
  • Contemporary U.S. History
  • Intro to Ethnic Studies
  • Colorado History
  • Race, Ethnicity, and U.S. Foreign Policy
  • Sport and International Relations
  • U.S. Foreign Relations
  • U.S. Foreign Relations since 1940
  • Western Civilization I
  • Western Civilization II
Additional Information

Awards and Grants

  • Fulbright Senior Lecturer, University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia, 2005
  • John F. Kennedy Library Research Grant, 1996
  • University of Colorado Graduate Part-time Instructor Teaching Award, 1997

Published Works

  • Andrew Young: Civil Rights Ambassador (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources Press, 2003).
  • Black, White, and Chrome: The United States and Zimbabwe, 1953 to 1998 (Trenton: Africa World Press, 2001).
  • "Andrew Young and Africa: From the Civil Rights Movement to the Atlanta Olympics," in William Stueck and James Cobb, eds., Globalization and the American South (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2005), 185-208.
  • "The U.S. and Africa in the 20th Century," in A Companion to American Foreign Relations ed. Robert Schulzinger (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2003), 103-120.
  • "Non-Alignment on the Racial Frontier: Zambia and the USA, 1964-68," Cold War History (May 2007), 227-250.
  • "Standing Firm for Principles: Jimmy Carter and Zimbabwe," Diplomatic History 23 (Fall 1999), 657-685.
  • "Establishing the Centrality of Race: Relations Between the US and the Rhodesian Federation, 1953-1963," Zambezia 25 (1998), 209-230.
  • "Blending Loyalties: Maine Soldiers Respond to the Civil War," Maine History 35 (Winter 1996), 124-139.
  • "A Cosmopolitan Christian: Andrew Young and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1964-1968," Journal of Religious Thought 51 (1994), 67-80.
  • "Living, Loving, and Learning in Zambia," in Passport: The Newsletter of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (December 2006), 10-12.
  • "From Cuba with Love," review of Piero Gleijeses, Conflicting Missions: Havana, Washington, and Africa, 1959-1976 in Diplomatic History 27 (June 2003), 419-422.
  • Kenneth Kaunda, the United States and Southern Africa (Bloomsbury, 2016).