Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_A - African-american Studies Commerce Bookstore
Page 4     61-80 of 98    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         African-american Studies Commerce:     more books (29)
  1. Commerce in Color: Race, Consumer Culture, and American Literature, 1893-1933 (Class : Culture) by James C. Davis, 2007-06-25
  2. Carry Me Back: The Domestic Slave Trade in American Life by Steven Deyle, 2006-08-31
  3. Barbaric Traffic: Commerce and Antislavery in the (18th) Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World by Philip Gould, 2003-11-27
  4. Desegregating the Dollar: African American Consumerism in the Twentieth Century by Robert Weems, 1998-02-01
  5. Reaping a Greater Harvest: African Americans, the Extension Service, and Rural Reform in Jim Crow Texas (Sam Rayburn Series on Rural Life, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Commerce) by Dr. Debra A. Reid Ph.D, 2007-03-26
  7. BROWN, RONALD H.: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History, 2nd ed.</i> by Christine Lunardini, 2006
  8. Spiritual Merchants: Religion Magic & Commerce by Carolyn Morrow Long, 2001-05-31
  9. The Black Digital Elite: African American Leaders of the Information Revolution by John T. Barber, 2006-09-30
  10. African Culture & American Business in Africa: How to Strategically Manage Cultural Differences in African Business by Emmanuel A. Nnadozie, 1998-06
  11. Philip Gould. Barbaric Traffic: Commerce and Antislavery in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World.(Book Review): An article from: African American Review by David Raybin, 2004-12-22
  12. Eithne Quinn. Nuthin' but a "G" Thang: The Culture and Commerce of Gangsta Rap.(Book review): An article from: African American Review by Lovalerie King, 2006-09-22
  13. Black Enterprise Guide to Technology for Entrepreneurs by Bernadette Williams, 2002-04-05
  14. The Workers of African Trade (Sage Series on African Modernization and Development)

61. American Ethnic Studies Research Guide
at Yale African African American studies Department; of commerce); Minority InformationService (USAID Assocation for Ethnic studies; National Clearinghouse for
Related Guides Ethnic Studies at Yale
General Sites

... Home Related Yale Library Research Guides Ethnic Studies at Yale General Sites for Ethnic Studies Journals Organizations

62. The Cavalier Daily
Search by. Mnemonic / Course Number / Professor Last Name.

63. KU Faculty With Expertise In Africa
Surendra Bhana Department African and africanamerican studies 3026 Wescoe Hall,Lawrence KS 66045 (785) 864-3569 Area of Expertise
Site Map

About the IBRC

Country Resources

University Resources

East Asia

Russia/East Europe

Latin America
Other KU Links
KU Faculty with Expertise in Africa Nobleza Asuncion-Lande Department: Communications Studies, 3069 Wescoe Hall, Lawrence KS 66045 Area of Expertise: East Asia, West Africa Surendra Bhana Department: African and African-American Studies 3026 Wescoe Hall, Lawrence KS 66045 Area of Expertise: African Studies Arthur Drayton Department: African and African-American Studies 104 Lippincott Hall, Lawrence KS 66045 Area of Expertise: English Literature and African Studies Mohamed El-Hodiri Department: Economics 213B Summerfield, Lawrence KS 66045

64. African American Links
news, provides forums for people to interact, ecommerce services, technology Centerfor African American studies, The UCLA Center for African American studies
Site Description African American Webliography African American Webliography presents books, periodicals, discussion groups, indexes, and original texts focusing on the African American experience. African Studies WWW This Web site is supported by the African Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania, Prof. Tukufu Zuberi, Director Black Career Women Black Career Women (BCW) was founded by black women. BCW has been an effective network for career advancement strategizing and a beacon of hope for achieving black women who still must deal with very real barriers which continue to thwart their advancement in the workplace. Black Enterprise A good source for black business BLACK EXCEL Since 1988, BLACK EXCEL has helped young people and their parents all across the country to navigate the difficult college admission process. We have tried to make the way easy and accessible. As a result, we are happy to say that we have helped hundreds of African Americans get into college who might otherwise not have done so. Black Issues The nation's only news magazine dedicated exclusively to minority issues in higher education Black

65. African American Studies - Research Guide
of commerce, Bureau of the Census For sale by Vital Issues The Journal of AfricanAmerican Speeches. Periodicals Western Journal of Black studies A leading
Library Home Catalogs E-Resources Get Help/Ask Us ... Quick Find E-Resources Penn Library A-Z Library Staff Franklin
search in ... Keyword Relevancy Title Title Keyword Author Author Keyword Subject Subject Keyword Journal Title African American Studies - Research Guide Research Guides
Area Studies
Humanities Social Sciences ... Research Guides This special bibliography concentrates on reference materials in the area of African American Studies that can be found in the Van Pelt Library. Departmental Libraries should also be consulted for special subject related materials. See also: Selected Web Sites in African American Studies
I. Library Catalogs VI. Directories II. Bibliographies VII. Dissertations ... X. Periodicals
I. Library Catalogs
University of Pennsylvania Franklin , the Penn Library's online catalog, lists more than two million books, journal titles, and other materials contained in campus libraries. You may search Franklin by author, title, journal title, subject, or call number, as well as several keyword options. For information on searching, consult the available Search Help Franklin uses Library of Congress subject headings. A selection of both general and more specific education related subjects is provided below. For additional subject headings, see the

66. Afro-American And African Studies
The area is also a thriving center of commerce, with a major have had sufficientbackground, including history, in either African American studies of African
Graduate Minor in Studies in Africa and the African Diaspora
The graduate minor in Studies in Africa and the African Diaspora at the Ph.D. and master's levels provides a multidisciplinary, integrated foundation in the study of Africa and people of African descent. The program is based on a series of course courses concentrating in either the social and behavioral sciences or humanities and arts. Students are expected to develop programs in consultation with the directors of graduate studies in Studies in African and the African Diaspora and their home disciplines. We believe that the best approach to graduate training is based on a strong education in a student's chosen discipline, with the minor offering an opportunity to broaden and strengthen technical and interpretive skills in that discipline. Requirement for the Minor The doctoral minor required a minimum of 15 graduate-level semester credits, including the seminar Studies in Africa and the African Diaspora. Student are expected to take one additional seminar that focuses on the study of African and/or people of African descent. Remaining courses will be select from one of the following two broad areas: 1) humanities and the arts, or 2) behavioral and social sciences. All courses must be outside the student major fields of study. The master's minor requires a minimum of 9 graduate-level semester credits, including the seminar Studies in African and the African Diaspora. Remaining courses will be selected from one of the two broad areas listed above, and be outside the student's major field of study.

67. Black Websites From AASS
WWW (U. PENN.) Africana studies at the Vibe Magazine Vision Online AfricanAmericanStudent Newspaper management, consulting and electronic commerce services.
African-American Web sites A B C D ... F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z
A Deeper Shade of Black:
history, literature, film
African American Community Mall

African American Directory @ igc

African American History
from MSU
African American News Service (gopher)

African and Afro-American Studies Program
at Washington U.
African Education Research Network (AERN)

African Fashion Site

African Studies WWW (U. PENN.)

Africana Studies
at the University of Pittsburgh African-Americans in the Sciences AfricaOnline Afro Americ@: "For the past 103 years, the AFRO-American Newspapers have reported on and chronicled the events and issues relating to the African-American community." Afro-American Newspapers All HCBU's Web site: minority institution information Archives of African American Music and Culture at Indiana University Asili: The Journal of Multicultural Heartspeak: A Journal of multicultural poetry, short fiction and commentary. While a multicultural journal, it is edited and published by an African-American writer/educator and it features some of the finest black writers in the country. Au Magazine is a daily urban business news site for African Americans.

68. Internet Resources
Russian studies January 2000. E-commerce - Electronic commerce - October 1999. AfricanAmerican culture - January 1999 1998 Environment - Environmental
Internet Resources Published Monthly
Internet resources for . . .
African American culture
- January 1999
Archives and special collections
- March 2003 ... - East Asian studies - July/August 1998 Astronomy - see Science
- Twentieth-century authors - December 1999
- Banking data and research - November 1999 ... - January 2002
Botany - see Science Chemistry - see Science Computer science - June 2001 Computational science - see Science Crisis, disaster, and emergency management -
November 2002
Dance - December 2002
... - January 2003
- see Weather
- Environmental engineering - December 1998 Environmental health - May 2002 Fashion and costume ... Resources for news and research on the publishing/information industry - September 2001 Investing - see Finance Library resource tools - Resources for library assessment Literature - Western European literatures Literary theory - March 2002 ... -This science isn't just for mathematicians anymore - May 2000 Nutrition - see Vegetarianism Philosophy - April 2000 Physics - March 2000 ... - Locating public domain images - January 1998 Welfare - see Social Work Writers - see Authors Chronological Internet resources for . . .

69. African American<>Black Studies
Encyclopedia of the African and African American Expereince in the Twentieth CenturyStudies in Convergence Spiritual Merchants Religion, Magic and commerce.

70. American Studies Discussion Lists -- Popular Choices African American Literature (listserv at http// Distributionlist for American studies Opportunities
American Studies Discussion Lists
Popular American Studies Lists See the informationfile accompanying this catalogue for tips on how to subscribe to/unsubscribefrom lists.
African American Literature (listserv, unmoderated)
History of American art (listserv, moderated)
Cultural Studies (majordomo, unmoderated)
related website at
European Association of American Studies list (majordomo, moderated)
Related website at Note : Managed by Professor Jaap Verheul, University of Utrecht,this is the official list of the European Association of American Studies
Folklore Studies (listserv, moderated)
American Studies (listserv, moderated) Note : H-Amstdy, founded in 1993 by Jeff Finlay and currently managedby Professor Catherine Lavender, College of Staten Island, City Universityof New York, is the Internet's largest and most popular American Studieslist. Anyone and everyone in the field is on this list, and materials postedare consistently useful and relevant. The complete logs of H-Amstdy from 1993 onwards are available on theH-Net website. Go to

71. Society Books - Free Delivery - 201,719 Title Database
Social studies Books Free Delivery - 201,000 Title Database, (1), use ourSecure commerce Server to securely transmit your payment information. OR.

English Books

German Books

Spanish Books

Sheet Music

Society Books 201,719 Title Database
African American Studies
12,291 titles African American Studies - History 780 titles African American Studies - Lifestyle 132 titles Anthropology 7,692 titles Anthropology - Cultural 21,173 titles Anthropology - Physical 277 titles Archaeology 10,345 titles Criminology 5,702 titles 858 titles 1,768 titles Demography 7,154 titles 1,828 titles 2,421 titles Ethnic Studies 4,458 titles Ethnology 641 titles 3,713 titles 4,968 titles 821 titles 403 titles 146 titles Future Studies 173 titles Gay Studies 992 titles Gender Studies 6,389 titles General 13,894 titles Gerontology 242 titles Handicapped 1,853 titles Holidays (non religious) 160 titles Human Geography 3,324 titles Human Services 754 titles Lesbian Studies 552 titles Men's Studies 450 titles Men's Studies - Masculinity 200 titles Methodology 335 titles Minority Studies 144 titles Minority Studies - Ethnic American 447 titles Minority Studies - Race Relations 364 titles Native American Studies 723 titles Native American Studies - Spirituality 207 titles Native American Studies - Tribes 556 titles Penology 1,306 titles

72. Philadelphia University: Paul J. Gutman Library
University of Pennsylvania; Black Cultural studies Web Site; Everything Black; Gatewayto African American History from US-Arab Chamber of commerce; Penn Arab

Cultural/Ethnic Studies - Links to Diversity Sites on the Internet This page covers the following topics: General Sources African American Sources Arab American Sources Asian American Sources ... Native American and Indigenous Peoples Sources General Sources African American Sources

73. USC Beaufort Library: Women & Minorities On The Web
Schomburg Digital Library of 19thCentury African American Women Writers New NATIVEAMERICAN studies*. Objects and the American Quest for commerce and Science;
USCB Library This page updated and links checked March 2003 by Ellen Chamberlain , library webweaver.
the Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina.

74. African American Leadership Institute | Faculty And Staff Contacts
with Cedric Johnson, Bibliography of African American Leadership An and chair ofAfroAmerican studies at Brandeis by former Secretary of commerce Ron Brown.
aali : faculty and staff contacts Dr. Ronald Walters
Director AALI
301.405.1787 and 301.405.2560
Email: Dr. Ronald Walters is internationally known for his expertise on the issues of African American leadership and politics, his writing and his media savvy. Walters carries three major titles. He is director of the African American Leadership Institute and Scholar Practitioner Program, Distinguished Leadership Scholar at the James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership, and professor in government and politics at the University of Maryland. For the 2000 presidential election season, Walters also served as senior correspondent for the National Newspaper Publishers Association and political analyst for Black Entertainment Television's Lead Story.
Walters is a frequent guest on local and major media as an analyst of African American politics. He has appeared on such shows as CNN's

75. World-wide Index Of Graduate, Post-Graduate Programs
Aeronautical Engineering African American studies African (Language and Social studiesEducation Teaching Engineering Electronic commerce Emergency Management
Visit our Master Sponsors: Select a subject from the list below to find a directory of Graduate Schools. A B C D ...
Exercise Sciences, Kinesiology
Subject List Continued F - J K - O P-Z
Students: Register to be Recruited with Interact with Other Students and Recruiters at Graduate School Handbook Financial Aid Information ... Bookstore
Administrators: Add or Update Programs with General Listings Advertise Your Program With Who we are Who advertises on the site ... Who visits the site
Contact Us: Give us a Banner Contact Schools E-mail Info ... Employment with EDU, Inc.

76. Literary Culture And U.S. Imperialism - From The Revolution To World War II
as early as the late eighteenth century methods of controlling commerce, lifestyles,and and authors but also ranges far beyond traditional studies of American


American Studies
Literary Culture and U.S. Imperialism : From the Revolution to World War II
John Carlos Rowe
Oxford Univ. Press, 2000.
Paperback, 377 pages, notes, index. John Carlos Rowe examines the roles literary texts and their authors have played in supporting or opposing U.S. imperialism from the Revolutionary era to the middle of the 20th century. He uses a broad definition of imperialism that encompasses both domestic and foreign policies and argues that the subjugation of Native Americans, the enslavement of African Americans, territorial imperialism in the Philippines, and neocolonialism elsewhere in the world are linked by a common motive to enlarge and protect U.S. commerce. Racial typing and assumptions about "savage" and "civilized" societies served as an ideological justification for such policies. Although most of the essays have appeared before as contributions to anthologies or journals, they are presented here in substantially revised form and are fully integrated with the other chapters in the volume.
Publisher's Description
This study offers a sweeping reassessment of American imperialism, arguing that the United States developed imperial foreign policies well before the Spanish-American War, when public criticism of American imperialism was widely expressed. In its domestic policies toward native peoples, peoples of color, and women, and in its foreign policies with respect to territories and peoples in the path of westward expansion, the U.S. developed as early as the late eighteenth century methods of controlling commerce, lifestyles, and media for cultural expression that anticipated the economic and political "spheres of influence" characteristic of today's U.S. global power.

77. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
Top 10 American studies Titles Wednesday March 19, The Partly Cloudy Patriot by SarahVowell; Being America Liberty, commerce, and Violence in an American World
Technical Books Kids' Books eBooks more search options ...

American Studies



... The Last American Man
by Elizabeth Gilbert
"Gilbert examines America's ongoing infatuation with the frontier and leaves no stone unturned in her exploration of the cultural landscape of masculinity. Why, she asks, do American men continue to find themselves attracted to the wilderness? And what, precisely, does it mean to be a man in today's world?..." Heather Hewett, The Christian Science Monitor read more
Your price (New - Hardcover) check for other copies General Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal by Eric Schlosser Staff Pick "What we eat has changed more in the last forty years than in the last forty thousand," Schlosser observes, yet most Americans know very little about how that food is made, where, by whom, and at what cost. Fast Food Nation traces the industry's... ( read more Your Price (New - Trade Paper) check for used and sale copies Culture Wars The Savage Nation: Saving America from the Liberal Assault on Our Borders, Language, and Culture

78. Other Interesting African American Links
University of Texas at Austin African American studies. formats catering to the Black,Urban, African American market and Your commerce and information center.
African American Shopping Mall Other Links
Invite a friend to visit the African American Shopping Mall!
Your name:
Friend's email
Award winning, high traffic internet mall with over 200 Black-owned businesses.
African American Resources Links
African American Directory. African American resources.
African American Studies.
University of Texas at Austin African American studies.
African American on Wheels.
Automobiles in African American history.
African American Web Connection.
A wonderful collection of African American links.
African American Web Sites.
Links to Black/African American culture.
African Global Network.
African American links.
Africa On Line.
Africa's gateway to the internet. Afrinet. Historical Philadelphia. African Perspective. This site is an online All Africa news weekly that brings news and analysis on political, economic, historic and cultural events in Africa and elsewhere in the world The Afrocentric Experience. HOTEP!! This site is dedicated to the empowerment and enlightenment process of all people of African descent in Africa and the African Diaspora. SHEM HOTEP!! Afrocentric Resource Centre.

79. Minority Or Women Professional, Non-Profit, Community, Fraternity, Sorority Orga
US Pan Asian American Chamber of commerce (USPAACC). African studies Association(ASA). National Association of African American studies Affiliates.
MPN Minority Organization Network [For Member-Based / Non-Profit Organizations] ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Grambling University National Alumni Association, Inc. (GUNAA) Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) National INROADS Alumni Association (NIAA) Southern University Alumni Federation (SUAF) University of Houston Asian Alumni Association BUSINESS (non-gender specific) Florida Regional Minority Business Council (FRMBC) INROADS , Inc. (student-focused) National Black Business Trade Association (NBBTA) National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) The Atlanta Black Agenda Business Resource Center ... The Atlanta Business League (ABL) COMMUNITY / FOUNDATIONS Childkind Org - Building Stronger Families One Child at a Time The Giving Tree (an Adoption Agency Benefiting Foster Care Children) The Leon Bender Epilepsy
Research Foundation
... United Negro College Fund (UNCF) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Chicago Minority Business Development Council Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce National Minority Business Council National Minority Supplier Diversity Council ... US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) EDUCATIONAL / ACADEMIA African Studies Association (ASA) California Association for Bilingual Education National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) National Association of Colleges and Employers ENTREPRENEURIAL

80. SAPL: Branch - Carver
On commerce Street, next to Second Baptist Church Park. THE COLLECTION PeriodicalHoldings Special collections African American studies, Spanish Language
SAPL: Branches Carver Branch Library
3350 E. Commerce St.
San Antonio, Texas 78220
(also TTY)
(fax) HOURS
Tuesday - Wednesday
Thursday - Saturday Directions Events Collection Facility ... Community DIRECTIONS
Bus Routes
Map On Commerce Street, next to Second Baptist Church Park. Site boundaries are the Second Baptist Church Park on the west and the Early Learning Institute to the east. Via IH-37/US Hwy 281 and Via IH-10/US Hwy 90 E: Exit IH 35 N. to New Braunfels Rd. South on New Braunfels to E. Commerce. Left on Commerce for four miles. Library is on the right. BUS ROUTE
(Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) THE COLLECTION Periodical Holdings
  • Special collections: African American Studies, Spanish Language Materials 56,696 volumes, includes music CDs, videos, DVDs, and audiobooks with strength in the areas of African American Studies and children’s literature.
FACILITY Floor Plan Special Donations History SPECIAL DONATIONS VCR player and monitor donated by the Carver Friends group HISTORY The first Carver Library was set up in a small wooden building established by Afro-American Army officers based at Fort Sam Houston during World War I. It was moved to the Colored Community Center on North Hackberry in one room at the end of the auditorium. In 1973, the present building was built on donated land at 3350 East Commerce Street next to Second Baptist Church. The existing buff colored brick building, designed by Norcell D. Haywood Associate, was built at a cost of $215,000.00.The initial book capacity was 35,000 volumes.

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 4     61-80 of 98    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20

free hit counter