Ph.D., Telecommunications: Ohio University
M.A., Telecommunications: Ohio University
B.A., History: Howard University
Dr. Cromwell’s areas of expertise include the history of broadcasting, television genre history, African-American broadcast history, and documentary history.
Recent articles include “The Cultural Underground Railroad: African-American Performance Art (Jazz) within Indigenous Circulation Modes” (2005), “The Persistence of Memory: The Ethnography of a Black Appalachian Enclave” (2004), and “Tastin’ Up South-Cincinnati, Bar-B-Que, and Memory: An Ethnographic Digestif” (2003). He has also worked on a nationally televised documentary "Black Boy: Richard" and most recently co-produced a segment of WOUB's "Intouch."