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Jun 8, 2006
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Erwin K. Thomas
About My Library

My Library contains fiction and non-fiction of different genres - Arts & Letters, Social Sciences, and Science & Technology. Included are the author's books on the mass media, interfaith & poetic devotionals, memoir, and biographical fiction.

Dfurstane's Spiritual Beliefs

Sunlit Streams of Water: Devotions for Religious Naturalists

Life's Passages: From Guyana to America

A Weekly Encounter: Fifty-Two Meditations of Hope

Mass Media in 2025: Industries, Organizations, People, and Nations



About Me

"I Am Presence's Mindfulness. This is the Way it is."

In 2010, Guyanese-born Erwin K. Thomas, PhD served as vice president of the Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR) Old Dominion University, Virginia Beach, VA. After 28 years, he retired as a professor and director of the Graduate Program from the Department of Mass Communications & Journalism at Norfolk State University, VA. He formerly taught at the University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee (1978–79), SUNY–Oswego (1972–74), and University of Guyana, Georgetown (Summers 1981 & 1988).

Thomas did research at the University of Guyana, University of the West Indies–Cave Hill, Barbados, Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Mona, Jamaica. He graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia–PhD International Journalism & Broadcasting (1978), Brooklyn College of CUNY–MS Broadcasting (1972), and University of Oregon, Eugene–BS Radio-TV & Film (1970). His doctoral dissertation was entitled, “The Beginnings of Broadcasting in The West Indies, 1920–1949 (Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago).

He was the recipient of a Ford Foundation Fellowship (1975–78), awarded a Gannett Foundation Scholarship (1975–76), named by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), a Fulbright Senior Specialists Candidate (2002–07), and was a consultant to the Ministry of Information, Georgetown, Guyana. Thomas was a radio newscaster at KWAX-FM, Eugene, OR (1968–70), producer-director BCTV, Brooklyn, NY (1970–71), desk assistant CBS Radio Network News, NYC (1972), producer-director OSUTV, Oswego, NY (1972–74), news writer Columbia Missourian (1974), reporter KBIA-FM (1975), and KOMU-TV Columbia, MO (1976—77). His Plain Talk series were aired on WSLJ-TV, Watertown, NY (1973–74). Shows on which he worked on crew positions at BCTV were aired on WNET-TV & WNYC-TV–NYC (1970–72). At Norfolk State, he was news director of WNSB-FM (1980—85).

Thomas has authored Make Better Videos with Your Camcorder (TAB Books 1991); co-edited a Handbook on Mass Media in the United States and Mass Media in 2025, Greenwood Press (1994 & 2001) respectively; A Weekly Encounter (2015), Keys of Faith (2016), Gifts of God (2017), Life’s Passages: From Guyana to America, and Guyana’s Seawall Girl (2018), Heaven Bound (2019), Dfurstane’s Spiritual Beliefs, and Sunlit Streams of Water: Devotions for Religious Naturalists (2020), A Life of Prayer: Devotions & Pandemic (2021), and Devotions on Ailments: Physical & National Ills (2022) with Amazon.com. He is a member of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) – Religious Interest Group, PEN America, Virginia Writers Club, and Hampton News Writers. His research interests are International Media Systems, social media, Ethics, Devotionals, and World Religions & Beliefs.

Thomas had been a lifelong member of the Church of the Holy Apostles–an ecumenical community of Episcopalians and Roman Catholics, Virginia Beach, VA–where he served on the Vestry Council, was a Eucharistic minister, and social media administrator. He is married to Mary Barta Thomas–a retired librarian of Tidewater Community College, Chesapeake, VA, and they live in Charlottesville, VA.


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