Titus L. Firmin

Titus Firmin
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant

Contact Info

Wescoe Hall, Room 2001


Titus received his MA in History from the University of New Orleans (2018) and his BA in History from Rutgers University (2014). Titus is a First Lieutenant in the Army National Guard and has served since 2012 when he enlisted as an infantryman. 

Selected Publications

 “'Geaux Guard' and the Shift to the All-Volunteer Force: The Economics of the Louisiana Army National Guard, 1973-1991” (2018). University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations, May 18. 

Selected Presentations

2018. “‘Geaux Guard’ and the Shift to the All-Volunteer Force.” 85th Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History: Landscapes of War and Peace, Louisville, April 7.

2017. “Setting the Record Straight: Oral History and a Tuskegee Airman.” InnovateUNO Research Showcase, University of New Orleans, November 2-3.

2017. “’War, What is it Good?’ Reducing Inequality: An Analysis of Systems of Military Service and Global Economic Inequality.” James A. Barnes Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, March 25.