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INTERNET LINKS - SOCIAL STUDIES December 3, 1993 TO AfroAmerican studies Faculty FROM Bill Van Deburg The following individuals have applied for our tenure track position in african-american History. ALEX LICHTENSTEIN (Ph.D. American civ., U. of Pa., 1990). on Indians and Afro-Americans in civil rights era. VICTOR 0. OKAFOR (ABD, african-american studies, Temple). Diss http://www.collierschools.com/nhs/lmc/social.htm
200311 Columbia AFRO Course Listings AFRO 201 INTRO AFROAMER studies. AFRO 335 SURV civ rights MOVEMENT. AFRO 399, Section000, Open, Meeting Time TO BE ARRANGED. AFRO 442 african-american ENGLISH. http://argo.regs.sc.edu/html/Course_Listings/Columbia/200311/AFRO200311.htm
Extractions: Spring 2003, The Columbia Campus Registrar's Home This is an abbreviated course listing - only the first meeting time is listed. To see ADDITIONAL MEETING TIMES, if any, and complete course details, select the department/course number/section link on the left side of the listing for the course details. Courses that have a meeting time marked with an asterisk (*) have additonal meeting times. AFRO 201: INTRO AFRO-AMER STUDIES AFRO 201 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: MWF 9:05AM-10:00AM AFRO Z201 , Section 851 Open Meeting Time: MW 5:20PM- 7:50PM AFRO 202: INTRO TO AFRO AMER STUDY AFRO 202 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: TTH 9:30AM-10:45AM AFRO 202 , Section 002 Open Meeting Time: TTH 3:30PM- 4:45PM AFRO 308: AFR-AMER FEMINIST THEORY AFRO 308 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: TTH 12:30PM- 1:45PM AFRO 335: SURV CIV RIGHTS MOVEMENT AFRO 335 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: MWF 11:15AM-12:05PM AFRO 376: RELG EXPRESN AFR-AM MUSC AFRO 376 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: M 3:30PM- 6:00PM AFRO 398K , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: MWF 2:30PM- 3:20PM AFRO 398: TOPIC/LOVE AFRO 398L , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: T 3:30PM- 6:00PM AFRO 398: TOPIC/AFR-AM SC RECONSTR
Social Studies Bookmarks Core Faculty of the Latin American studies Program Name Department Specialization Chris Anderson Business International Finance Brazil and Ecuador and Chile Danny Anderson Spanish and Portuguese Spanish American and Mexican Novel, Mexican http://www.stfx.ca/people/rjmackin/ed467/socmarks.html
G_Studies Hist of Jewish civ 1750Pres. S. 15-016-327-xxx 15-085-287-xxx. Politics of Human rights. S Traditional Chinese Society. A. african-american studies. 15-093-217-xxx http://www2.uc.edu/met/G_Studies.htm
Extractions: Opportunities and subject to change Judiac Studies 15-016-129-xxx Hist of Jewish Civ: 1750-Pres S 15-016-327-xxx Modern Israel S 15-016-382-xxx Studies in the Holocaust A 15-016-510-xxx Antisemitism S Geography 15-041-124-xxx World Regional Geog: Europe W 15-041-211-xxx Geography of Latin America 15-041-226-xxx Geography of Africa S 15-041-231-xxx Geography of the Middle East A 15-041-361-xxx A 15-041-362-xxx W 15-041-363-xxx S History 15-075-121-xxx A History of Asian Civ: India S 15-075-122-xxx A History of Asian Civ: China W 15-075-123-xxx A History of Asian Civ: Japan S 15-075-132-xxx World His III: Worlds Interacting W 15-075-161-xxx Hist of World Civ: Mid-East 1800-Pres W 15-075-303-xxx African History 1945 to Present S 15-075-452-xxx Hist of Germany: /the 19th Century W 15-075-453-xxx History of Germany: 1900-1945 S 15-075-529-xxx War in the Modern World, 1921-Pres W 15-075-570-xxx S 15-075-576-xxx 20th Century India S 15-075-605-xxx Europe 1914-Present W 15-075-618-xxx Postwar Britain W 15-075-663-xxx China 1874-Present W Economics 15-080-541-xxx Comparative Economic Systems A 15-080-542-xxx S 15-080-551-xxx International Economics A 15-080-552-xxx International Economics W U 15-080-553-xxx International Monetary Problems W 15-080-575-xxx Economic Development A Political Science 15-085-261-xxx A 15-085-262-xxx A 15-085-263-xxx S 15-085-265-xxx 15-085-269-xxx Developing Countries A 15-085-271-xxx A 15-085-272-xxx W 15-085-274-xxx W 15-085-275-xxx S 15-085-277-xxx
Extractions: Opportunities and subject to change Judiac Studies 15-016-129-xxx Hist of Jewish Civ: 1750-Pres S 15-016-327-xxx Modern Israel S 15-016-382-xxx Studies in the Holocaust A 15-016-510-xxx Antisemitism S Geography 15-041-124-xxx World Regional Geog: Europe W 15-041-211-xxx Geography of Latin America 15-041-226-xxx Geography of Africa S 15-041-231-xxx Geography of the Middle East A 15-041-361-xxx A 15-041-362-xxx W 15-041-363-xxx S History 15-075-121-xxx A History of Asian Civ: India S 15-075-122-xxx A History of Asian Civ: China W 15-075-123-xxx A History of Asian Civ: Japan S 15-075-132-xxx World His III: Worlds Interacting W 15-075-161-xxx Hist of World Civ: Mid-East 1800-Pres W 15-075-303-xxx African History 1945 to Present S 15-075-452-xxx Hist of Germany: /the 19th Century W 15-075-453-xxx History of Germany: 1900-1945 S 15-075-529-xxx War in the Modern World, 1921-Pres
Extractions: Back to list of attachments December 3, 1993 TO: Afro-American Studies Faculty FROM: Bill Van Deburg RE: Recruitment The following individuals have applied for our tenure track position in African-American History. Basic information such as dissertation title, previous tenure track teaching experience, publications, and works in progress is listed for each. More complete candidate profiles, including letters of recommendation, resumes, publications, etc. may be found in the individual files kept in Marge's office. Please feel free to examine these materials prior to the December faculty meeting. TUNDE ADELEKE (Ph.D. History, Western Ontario, 1985). Diss: "Martin Delany and the Black Struggle for Freedom, 1812-85." Asst. Prof. Loyola-New Orleans, 1991-present. Pubs: 8 articles/chapters on Nigeria, Delany. In press: 5 articles on Delany, etc. In progress: Delany biography and collected speeches; articles on Diaspora, Reconstruction, and black women. CHARLOTTE R. ASHTON (Ph.D. History, Princeton, 1981). Asst. Prof. Rowan College 1992-present; Asst. Prof. U. of New Orleans, 1982-85. Diss: "Changing Images of Blacks in American Film, 1944-73." FITZROY ANDRE BAPTISTE (Ph.D. History, U. of West Indies, 1983). Diss: "European Possessions in the Caribbean in WW II." Sr. Lecturer, U. of West Indies, 1979-present. Pubs: War, Cooperation, and Conflict (Greenwood); a half dozen articles in Caribbean Studies/anthologies on diss. topic. In progress: mss. on decolonization process in Caribbean, 1942-62.
HistoryLinks Social studies Jump Off, General africanamerican Link Pages Brittanica's BlackHistory Site - great graphics, time line, and information on civ rights. http://www.geocities.com/emilyangehr/HistoryLinks.html
Anthropology | Faculty | Alphabetical List So Asian Lang civ) Dir, Globalization indigenous and human rights, colonial/postcolonial Common African and africanamerican studies) Physical anthropology http://test.uchicago.edu/psychweb3/faculty.html
Extractions: University of Iowa I am honored to be here, and I am deeply grateful to Kathryn Johnson, who conceptualized much of what we are going to enjoy in the next two days. I am especially grateful to the makers of the banner that hangs outside Barnard Hall - what a wonderful gift to a returning alumna! Today I play the role of the ancient alumna; if you ask why this particular alumna, I would say that it has something to do with poetic justice. One of my strongest memories of my years as an American Studies major here has been of a course in constitutional history I took at Columbia with Henry Steele Commager, author of The American Mind . And years later, I told colleagues at a Japanese symposium about Commager, "very late in his life," I said, and how impressive he had been, as he paced up and down the dais in a large classroom in Fayerweather Hall, thundering that the key to understanding the principles and spirit of American government is the principle "There are things a majority may not do!" (I have always thought that if students forget everything else they learn in my classes, if they emerge with a sensitivity to minority rights and civil liberties, that would be enough.)
Women's Rights And Human Rights Law Undeclared war africanamerican women writers the logic of sexual violence in wars. Women's studies International Forum Reordering Western civ. (Women of http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/GlobalGender/humanrts.html
Extractions: December, 1996 Abu-Odeh, Lama (1992). "Post-Colonial Feminism and the Veil: Considering the Differences." New England Law Review Adisa, Opal Palmer (1992). "Undeclared war: African-American women writers explicating rape." Women's Studies International Forum v15, n3 (May-June, 1992): 363 Amnesty International (1991). Women in the Frontline: Human Rights Violations Against Women. Amnesty International, NY. An-Naim, A.(1987). "The Rights of Women and International Law in the Muslim Context." Whittier Law Review Aolain, Ni Fionnuala (1995). "The Entrenchment of Systematic Abuse: Mass Rape in Former Yugoslavia." Harvard Human Rights Journal Banjac, Diana (1996). "Rape in Mexico: an American is the latest victim of the repression." (human rights activist Cecilia Rodriguez) (Interview) Progressive v60, n1 (Jan, 1996):18 (4 pages). Barry, Kathleen (1991). Prostitution, Sexual Violence, and Victimization: Feminist Perspectives on Women's Human Rights. Beyani, Chaloka (1995)."The Needs of Refugee Women: A Human Rights Perspective."
Women's Rights/Human Rights Law Adisa, Opal Palmer (1992).Undeclared war africanamerican women writers of sexualviolence in wars.Women's studies International Forum Reordering Western civ. http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/humanrights/bibliographies/womenHRlaw.html
Extractions: Spring, 1998 Abu-Odeh, Lama (1992). Post-Colonial Feminism and the Veil: Considering the Differences. New England Law Review, Adisa, Opal Palmer (1992).Undeclared war: African-American women writers explicating rape. Women's Studies International Forum v15, n3 (May-June, 1992):363 Amnesty International (1991). Women in the Frontline: Human Rights Violations Against Women. Amnesty International, NY. An-Naim, A.(1987). The Rights of Women and International Law in the Muslim Context. Whittier Law Review, Aolain, Ni Fionnuala (1995). The Entrenchment of Systematic Abuse: Mass Rape in Former Yugoslavia. 8 Harvard Human Rights Journal, Banjac, Diana (1996). Rape in Mexico: an American is the latest victim of the repression.(human rights activist Cecilia Rodriguez)(Interview) Progressive v60, n1 (Jan, 1996):18 (4 pages). Barry,, Kathleen (1991). Prostitution, Sexual Violence, and Victimization: Feminist Perspectives on Women's Human Rights. Beyani,-Chaloka (1995).The Needs of Refugee Women: A Human-Rights Perspective.
Extractions: 146 PARK Readings seminar in the development of American Constitutional history from 1760 to 1860, studied through both primary and secondary materials. Particular emphasis will be placed on the intellectual roots of American constitutional thought; the revolutionary background and adoption of the Constitution and Bill of Rights; problems emerging from the early implementation of the Constitution; executive privilege, separation of powers, political parties, freedom of the press, judicial review and impeachment; the Constitution and American economic development; the contract and commerce clauses, relations between the states and federal government, and the problems of slavery and secession. M, 4:00-6:40
Extractions: Distribution Requirements 2002-2003 This list is valid for 2002-2003 ONLY Note: Letters in parentheses indicate the quarter in which departments intend to offer courses. Actual offerings will appear in the Class Schedule available before advance registration for each quarter. The availability and/or schedules for courses marked (TBA) had not yet been set as of August 2002. [Area I: Natural Sciences] [Area II:Formal Studies] [Area III:Social and Behavioral Sciences] [Area IV: Historical Studies] ... [Interdisciplinary Studies] Area I Natural Sciences
Department Of African American Studies - University Of Cincinnati Wake Tech Libraries African American History A Guide to Library Resources This guide is designed to acquaint you with library resources available for research on African American History at Wake Technical Community College Libraries. an African American odyssey and finder's guide Ref 973.049 Cur. civil rights in the United States Ref 323.097 civ Internet Sources on African American studies http://www.artsci.uc.edu/afamstudies/frame_courseoffering.html
Extractions: CONTACT: Stanford University News Service (415) 723-2558 Faculty Senate hears student plea for Asian American studies Two Asian American students were given 10 minutes on Thursday, May 19, to tell the Faculty Senate why they thought Stanford should launch a full-fledged Asian American studies program. The presentations came one week after two dozen students entered the May 12 senate meeting through a locked door opened by a colleague. When one member of the group persisted in addressing that session without permission, the senate quickly adjourned, the first time in its 26 years that the faculty legislative body has adjourned because of disruption. On Tuesday, May 17, the Associated Students' senate had passed a resolution urging the Faculty Senate to listen to a presentation by Concerned Students for Asian American Studies. On Wednesday, May 18, the Faculty Senate steering committee decided that the May 19 meeting was the only one remaining in the quarter with enough open time to accommodate such a presentation, and put it on that session's agenda. At the May 19 meeting, Karen Ho, a coterminal student in education, spoke on the intellectual rationale for the program, and Jason Pu, a senior in psychology and religious studies, told of efforts dating back to the early 1970s to initiate a program.
200241 Columbia AFRO Course Listings African American studies Home Page Log In To VIP Back To Department Listing Printer AFRO201 INTRO AFROAMER studies. AFRO 335 SURV civ rights MOVEMENT. http://registrar.sc.edu/html/Course_Listings/Columbia/200241/AFRO200241.htm
U Of Chicago Time Schedules Autumn 1999 Course schedules AFRICAN africanamerican studies (AFAFAM) AKKADIAN HITCUN) MEDIEVALJEWISH studies (MDVJST) NEAR EASTERN civILIZATIONS (NE civ) NEAR EASTERN http://registrar.uchicago.edu/timeschedules/ts99autumn/
Extractions: Regulations and Policies Course schedules AKKADIAN CUNEIFORM (AKKCUN) ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN WORLD (ANCMED) ANCIENT STUDIES (ANCST) ANESTHESIA AND CRITICAL CARE (ANESTH) ... BIOPSYCHOLOGY (BIOPSY) BUSINESS (department) CAMPUS PROGRAM (BUS CP) DOWNTOWN PROGRAM (BUS DP) WEEKEND PROGRAM (BUS WP) EXECUTIVE PROGRAM (BUS XP) ... CLASSICAL CIVILIZATIONS (CL CIV) CLASSICAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES (department) CLASSICAL ARCHEOLOGY (CL ARCH) CLASSICAL CIVILIZATIONS (CL CIV) CLASSICS (CLASS) GREEK (GREEK) ... COMPARATIVE LITERATURE (COMLIT) COMPUTER SCIENCE (department) COMPUTER SCIENCE (COMSCI) COMPUTER SCIENCE PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM (CSPP) COMPUTER SCIENCE (COMSCI) COMPUTER SCIENCE PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM (CSPP) ... DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (DEVBIO) DIVINITY (department) BIBLICAL STUDIES (BIBLE) COMMITTEE ON THE MINISTRY (DIV CM) HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY (DIV HC) HISTORY OF JUDAISM (DIV HJ) ... DIVINITY, SPECIAL COURSES IN (DIV SC) EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS (department) CHINESE (CHIN) EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS (EALC) JAPANESE (JAPAN) KOREAN (KOREAN) ... GERMAN (GERMAN)
The Daily Beacon this class and other African and africanamerican studies courses had the privilegeof taking African studies 211 with receive when we take World civ and other http://dailybeacon.utk.edu/issues/v80/n12/comm1.12v.html
Extractions: This past Wednesday a diverse group of over 40 students came together in Aconda Court to protest the destruction of the African and African-American Studies program. As the budget cuts have hit and slowly destroyed many departments at UT, this program has been hit extremely hard and is literally withering on the vine. Many of the people who came together on Wednesday were students who had been among the 80 turned away from African Studies 212 earlier last week, and there were other students like me who were enraged at the administration's lack of concern for meeting the demand for more sections of this class and other African and African-American Studies courses. Last semester I had the privilege of taking African Studies 211 with Dr. Asafa Jalata and I have to admit that this was one of the best courses I have taken at UT. Instead of getting a Eurocentric understanding of history that many of us have received throughout our lives and will receive when we take World Civ and other courses, I received an awesome education on the histories and the achievements of African civilization. Many myths and lies about Africa were dispelled by the course and I gained a greater appreciation for the struggles and the history of people of African descent. It also sparked my interests in the field of African and African-American studies and I plan on taking many more courses in this area before I graduate.
The Daily Beacon All rights reserved. to voice concerns over the cuts to UT's africanamerican studiesprogram went not very realistic to offer so many Western civ courses and http://dailybeacon.utk.edu/issues/v80/n63/protestors.63n.html
Extractions: Students wanting to voice concerns over the cuts to UT's African-American studies program went to Andy Holt Tower on Monday to voice their concerns with Chancellor Bill Snyder. However, Snyder was in a meeting, and the students were told if they wanted to meet with the chancellor they needed to schedule an appointment. "It's not very realistic to offer so many Western Civ courses and not offer African-American history classes, because it's history about our nation," said Valerie Appler, a sophomore in hotel and restaurant management. The group of about 25 students, organized by senior Derek Black, stood in the lobby outside Snyder's office and discussed its options. Some were for interrupting Snyder's meeting, while others wanted to wait until the meeting was over. The group finally reached the decision to schedule an appointment with Snyder. Black said the reason he did not schedule an appointment before was because he had tried to make appointments with administrators before and had not been able to meet with them. Black said he had been hoping to get in to meet with Snyder and was disappointed the group didn't get a chance to meet that day. However, he said he was optimistic about the chance to talk with the administration about the program's problems.