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  1. Analyzing the characteristics of blacks: A comparison of data from SIPP and CPS (Survey of income and program participation) by Reynolds Farley, 1989

41. African American Studies - 2001-08-13 - San Antonio Business Journal
Choose from over 40 different metropolitan areas. Washington. commerce Web site targets Hispanic businesses have approved a plan to establish a new minor in African American studies.
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42. Certificate Programs > E-Commerce
3) ORG BEH 39110 Introduction to Electronic commerce (formerly MKTG Purple SitesAZ Search Northwestern University School of Continuing studies 339 East

43. African American Studies
Washington US Dept. of commerce, 1979. African studies Center U. ofPennsylvania. African American Web Connection. Black History Quest.
Subject Guides Middlebury College
MIDCAT ... Ask a Librarian African American Studies Contents Journal, Magazine, Newspaper Articles

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Atlases, Facts

Art, Music, Theatre, Film, TV
Journal, Magazine, Newspaper Articles
INDEXES For Indexes to Journal, Magazine, and Newspaper articles,
see the Article Index page for African American Studies SPECIALIZED JOURNALS AVAILABLE AT MIDDLEBURY Location and format: For online journals [M] indicates that Middlebury pays for a subscription. By publisher license agreements, these are restricted to Middlebury students, faculty, and staff. Titles not linked are either in print or on microform. For print publications current issues are in the reading room on the main floor of Starr Library; past years are in the bound periodicals section (both arranged alphabetically). See map for locations. Microform publications are either on microfilm (arranged by MF # ) or microfiche (arranged alphabetically). See map for location. Check the Midcat online catalog for more detailed information.

44. Vale Press- Critical Thinking Specialists
An annotated directory of African studies programs worldwide. AfricaEurope Group For Interdisciplinary studies (AEGIS). "an open institutions concerned with studies of Africa in the Centre of African studies, School of Oriental and African
Vale Press Critical Thinking Specialists Home Titles Calendar Contact ... About Us Main Menu Home Titles Calendar Order Form ... About Us Popular Links Critical Thinking Consortium Philosophy Documentation Center American Forensic Association AILACT ... Advances in Pragma-Dialectics Ed. by Frans H. van Eemeren Twenty essays by argumentation theorists and scholars examining the gap between the theoretically satisfactory and the practically accepted argument, how commitments to more Titles Our Mission We specialize in critical thinking, practical reasoning, informal logic, and argumentation, for higher education. Our publishing program includes textbooks and teaching materials for college level, research relevant to such teaching, and basic research. We publish the series Studies in Critical Thinking and Informal Logic and represent selected titles from the Sic Sat Series in Argumentation and Communication Our goal is quality textbooks and research at affordable prices...

45. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. N O R T H A M E R I C A - Books
From Media studies. Advertising and Societies. Global Issues. By KatherineToland Frith. More. From Cultural studies. The Emperor's Old Groove.
login/register your profile shopping basket Title Author Last Name ISBN Keyword home books author services about lang ... Home / Books Browse Books by Discipline: Browse Books by Series From Media Studies Advertising and Societies Global Issues By Katherine Toland Frith Advertising and Societies: Global Issues provides an international perspective on the practice of advertising while examining some of the ethical and social ramifications of advertising in global societies. It illustrates how issues such as the representation of women and minorities in ads, advertising and children, and advertising in the digital era have relevance to a wider global community. This book provides scholars and practitioners with a comprehensive review of the literature on advertising and society and uses practical examples from international media to document how global advertising and global consumer culture operate, making it an indispensable research tool and invaluable for classroom use. More From Politics and Law Judging in Black and White Decision Making in the South African Appellate Division, 1950-1990

46. Princeton - Undergraduate Announcement 2002-03 - Program In African-American Stu
AAS 437 Arts, Artifacts, and African American History (also ART AAS 457 studies inAmerican Africanism (also HUM 457 the abolition of the human commerce by the
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Program in African-American Studies
Valerie Smith Associate Director
Noliwe Rooks Interdepartmental Committee
Paul DiMaggio, Sociology
Eddie Glaude, Religion
William Gleason, English
Sara-Jane Mathieu, History
Toni Morrison, Council of the Humanities
Nell I. Painter, History
Colin Palmer, History Albert J. Raboteau, Religion Noliwe Rooks, African-American Studies Carolyn Rouse, Anthropology Cecelia Rouse, Economics Valerie Smith, English Howard F. Taylor, Sociology Cornel West, Religion Professor Nell Irvin Painter, History Colin Palmer, History Valerie Smith, English Howard F. Taylor, Sociology Assistant Professor Sara-Jane Mathieu, History Carolyn Rouse, Anthropology Lecturer Aleta Hayes, Humanities Council Kathryn Watterson, Humanities Council The Program in African-American Studies is an interdepartmental plan of study for undergraduates who wish to apply the insights and techniques of several disciplines in an effort to understand the experience of people of African ancestry, in the United States in particular. Each course and seminar, including the core course, is open to all undergraduates, as is the colloquium (or Works-in-Progress series of lectures) sponsored throughout the year by the program. Thus, students may fulfill certain distribution requirements by enrolling in courses and seminars offered by the program, or they may take part in program activities related to their academic interests and goals.

47. African American Studies Internet Resources -- Africana Library, Cornell Univers
of commerce. The Faces of Science African American in the Sciences http//www.princeton InfoSurfBlack studies - http//;
African American Studies
Internet Resources
Here are a few exemplary home pages which indicate the variety of Internet resources available in this subject area.

48. African American Studies Research Guide
in US History Access to African American studies (1619 to including images relatedto the African American history. by the US Department of commerce, is an

49. Yale > African American Studies > About The Faculty
served as Associate Chair in African American studies (198889 editorial board ofYale French studies and The Middle Passage, and triangular commerce in French
About the Faculty Elizabeth Alexander is Associate Professor (Adjunct) in African American Studies and has taught courses exploring Problems in the Study of African American Literature. Jennifer Baszile , (on leave spring 2003) PhD. 1999, Princeton, is Assistant Professor of African American Studies and History. Previously she taught at the University of Connecticut. Her work looks at colonial Florida, 1670-1741 and she teaches courses in African American history, U.S. history, and colonial history. Hazel V. Carby , (on leave 2002-03) Ph.D. 1984, Birmingham University, England, is the Charles C. and Dorathea S. Dilley Professor of African American Studies and Professor of American Studies. She is author of Reconstructing Womanhood: The Emergence of the Afro-American Woman Novelist Race Men: The Body and Soul of Race, Nation and Masculinity

50. African-American Studies: The Black Experience In America
EGuides, african-american studies The Black Experience in America. Commercewas another factor which contributed to their development.
African-American Studies:
The Black Experience in America
Published electronically by its author, Norman Coombs, and Project Gutenberg. (c1993) by Norman Coombs
Last update: 01/05/01

51. African American Studies
to basic research methods and methodological issues in African American studies. Asia,and Latin America in terms of communication, commerce, technology, the
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Preparatory Courses
0010. Introduction to African American Novel (3 s.h.) F S

An introductory survey of the Afro-American novel from the Clotel of the early 19th century up to Roos in the 20th century. Writers will be reviewed not only as creative artists and social historians, but also as significant interpreters of their time. 0024. Elementary Yoruba (3 s.h.) S
An introductory course in the understanding, reading, and speaking of Yoruba, an African language which has had a major impact on the African cultures of Brazil, Haiti, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and the United States. Students will be taught grammar, vocabulary, and conversation in the language. Note: The course will be a lecture-demonstration. 0025. Elementary Hausa (3 s.h.) S
An introductory course in the understanding, reading and speaking of Hausa, a language spoken by more than 70 million people in West Africa. Students will be taught grammar, vocabulary, and conversation in the language. The course will be a lecture-demonstration. Note: The course will be a lecture-demonstration.

52. Black/African Related Resources (Art McGee's List)
UMSt.Louis (Black studies) This African American related information Includes theMiddle East studies Association Bulletin. Department of commerce/NTDB The US
Black/African Related Resources
This is a list of online information storage sites (FTP, Gopher, Telnet, WWW, BBS, Database, etc.) that contain a significant amount of information relating to or of concern to Black or African people, culture, and issues around the world, either in files or conferences. Also included (in other sections of the list) are resources relating to Ethnic/Intercultural Relations, International/Sustainable Development (includes Global Networking), and Social/Progressive Activism. Please let Art McGee know of any updates, additions, corrections or suggestions that you might have. This list is up to date as of JULY 29, 1994.
Newly-added Resources
  • Afro-Cuban Web Site
      The website provides resources on: conferences, organizations, newsletters, discussion groups, and music all have to do with AfrocCuban materials.
  • The Afro-American Almanac
      The AFRO-AMERICAN Almanac is an on-line presentation of the Africans in America, it includes: biographies.
  • 53. African Studies & The Diaspora
    in 1970 in response to African American students who UNC African and AfroAmericanStudies homepage providing MELANET is an electronic commerce, resource, and
    • African and African American Studies (University of Kansas)
        African and African-American Studies are disciplinary pursuits. Fields of study focus mainly on the humanities and the social sciences and are genuinely interdisciplinary.
    • African and Afro-American Studies Program, St. Louis
        African and Afro-American Studies at Washington University, St. Louis is an interdisciplinary academic program, largely concentrated in the social sciences and the humanities. Principal geographical areas of concentration are the sub-Saharan African continent and the United States of America.
    • African and Afro-American Studies, UNC-CH
        The undergraduate Curricula in African and Afro-American Studies are interdisciplinary programs leading to the B.A. degree. They are administered through the College of Arts and Sciences. The aim of the Department is to enable students to examine the experiences of Afro-Americans and the cultures of Africa.
    • Africana Collection Page
        The external links from this site include links to authors and scholars who produce disciplinary collections and guides realting to Africa.
    • African-American Studies (LOC)
        This site includes rsource guides for African and African-American studies, and an archive for Africa-N News and Information Service

    54. UCF: African American Studies
    Caribbean Chamber of commerce, Member, Present; Radio Talk Show Host News Links University of Central Florida, African American studies Program, Colbourn

    55. Click Here To Visit The New African Americans Presidents
    The National Black Chambers of commerce The National of Black Engineers The AfricanAmerican Museums Association MOLIS) The Chicago Council on Black studies.

    Gender and the Law WebsiteUniversity of Dayton David Walker Research Institute Black Issues in Higher Education The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund ... W.E. B. Du Bois Institute I nstitute for African American Policy Research

    Black Families
    African American Child

    Institute for Research in African-American Studies
    ... Website
    Now Available by Christopher B. Booker (Franklin-Watts, 2000) Also by Christopher B. Booker, "I Will Wear No Chain!: A Social History of African American Males (Praeger, 2000)
      African American Male Research, January/February 1999, Volume 3, Number 2.

    56. CSWR Courses Of Instruction, 2000-2001
    involvement of these regions in international politics and commerce. AfroAmericanStudies 118. the continuities between African and african-american cultures?


    Courses of Instruction, 2000-2001 back to index
    Search CSWR:
    Afro-American Studies Afro-American Studies 97b. Topics in Afro-American History and Society: Seminar
    Enrollment: Limited to Afro-American Studies concentrators, and others by permission of instructor.
    J. Lorand Matory
    Half course (fall term). W., 1-3. EXAM GROUP: 6, 7
    Topic in 2000-01: West African Cultures. Introduces students to the history and cultures of West and West-Central Africa, which supplied the majority of the African captives taken to the Americas between the 16th and the 19th centuries. Yet these regions not only are foundational to numerous American cultures but also continue to engage the Americas in a mutually transformative dialogue over ethnic identities, gender relations, and religious devotion in the 20th century. Thus, special attention is given to the ancient and ongoing involvement of these regions in international politics and commerce.
    Note: formerly Anthropology 147.

    57. African American Web Sites
    As members of the African American, African, and communication, information, inspiration,commerce, and foster for Political and Economic studies (http//www
    AFRICAN AMERICAN ORGANIZATIONS AFRICAN AMERICAN RESEARCH RESOURCES AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN ORIENTED BOOKSTORES ... OTHER AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL RESOURCES AND ENTERTAINMENT AFRICAN AMERICAN ORIENTED WEB PORTALS ( A site focused on African American news from the Washington Afro-American newspaper in Washington, DC organized into four sections (culture, information, history and kids zone). ( A Los Angeles-based site concerning the African American Community. The site discusses current issues, art, music, race and new technology. There is a reference section linked to many other sites that are not related to African Americans, but the links are very informative (weather, maps, investments, world news, and numerous other areas). The “Afronet Specials” business home page covers business issues pertaining to African Americans. It gives investment tips, black owned stocks and companies. Black World Today (

    58. Wilder Library Subject Guides snhtml/snhome.html, Ethnic studies at USC African Art/ AfricanAmerican Art African Art Aesthetics and Meaning http HF1HF6182, commerce.

    Virginia Union University
    , 1500 North Lombardy Street, Richmond, Virginia, 23220, (804) 257-5600
    Wilder Library Subject Guides
    Online research guides are now available identifying print and electronic resources available at Wilder Library for a variety of subject areas. Select a link to reach a subject area. Subject Guides are updated on a regular basis as new resources are added to both our print and electronic collections. Go to Library Home Page
    Go to Library Online Catalog (WALNET)

    Go to Electronic Databases

    African American Studies
    ... Current Events Topics African American Studies
    Reference Print Resources
    Library of Congress Subject Headings

    Internet Resources

    Electronic Databases
    The African American Studies Subject Guide was compiled by Pam Foreman, Public Services Librarian at L. Douglas Wilder Library
    Reference Print Resources:
    These are resources that are available in the Reference Reading Room.
    The Divine Nine : the History of African American Fraternities and Sororities Making Movies Black : the Hollywood Message Movie from World War II to the Civil Rights Era Atlas of African-American History The Face of Our Past : Images of Black Women from Colonial America to the Present Race and Ethnic Relations 98/99 Race and Ethnic Relations 00/01

    59. African American Studies
    quality educational, entertainment, community and ecommerce opportunities. The HistoryUniverse The African American studies section of History Universe
    African American Studies
    Statistical Sources and General Reference Indexes and Guides to Newspapers, Periodicals, and Special Collections Biographical Dictionaries and Directories Selected Web Sites on African American Culture and History ... Electronic Journals Statistical Sources and General Reference
    Electronic Sources
    Bureau of Labor Statistics - Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey

    National Center for Health Statistics - African American Health Facts

    National Center for Health Statistics - Minority Health

    U.S. Census Bureau - Minority Links: Facts on the Black/African American Population

    U.S. Census Bureau - Race Data

    U.S. Census Bureau - Racial Statistics News Releases

    Microsoft Encarta Africana [interactive multimedia]
    Sawyer Library CD-ROM Workstation
    "Comprehensive encyclopedia of Black history and culture." Available to Suffolk University students and faculty in the Sawyer Library. Related website:

    60. Africana Studies - Links Arranged Alphabetically
    Latin American studies Country Directory. MelaNet Your commerce Information Center. OnlineResources for African American Women and Womanist studies.

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