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         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)

81. AACSA Links
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To develop and maintain a strong and positive alliance between the public and private sector. To provide technical assistance through workshop, training programs, and referrals specifically designed to enhance the growth and development of Black Business and Community Organizations.
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86. Research Databases
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87. Certificate Programs > African American Studies
African American studies (12 hours) The program focuses on AfricanAmerican life as it is depicted in literature and other arts.

88. XanEdu - Bondwoman's Narrative Companion - Resources For African-American Studie
for students majoring in US History as well as those interested in AfricanAmericanStudies. by Ricky Dobbs, Texas A M University-commerce The CoursePack is
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  • African American History to 1867 Compiled and Annotated by: Heather Parker, Hofstra University African American History to 1867 is created both for history majors and for any students who have completed a college-level introductory course in American History. It is generally offered as an elective course for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. This CoursePack utilizes academic journal articles, articles from leading publications, extensive student notes and questions, and web sites in an effort to immerse students in the African American experience. Additionally, detailed instructor notes have been provided which include suggestions for information each lecture should include and additional readings. This CoursePack is designed to be used in conjunction with any major textbook, major primary works in African American history such as slave narratives, detailed lectures, and extensive in-class discussion.

89. Center For African And African American Studies
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The Yoruba as an ethnic and cultural group is one of the most researched ethnic groups in the world. By 1976, the available literature on the Yoruba, despite many omissions, numbered 3,488 items, an unrivalled feat in sub-Saharan Africa. A Yoruba civilization with a set of ideas, values, practices, philosophical thought, beliefs, traditions, institutions, material goods and technologies is well established and never in doubt. Concrete historical realities show that the Yoruba possess a rich civilization that is comparable with other civilizations of the world. The major aspects of this culture are expressed in visible attributes and in sublime values. The material culture is exhibited in commerce, manufacturing technology, arts and crafts and of course music and dance. Yoruba values are best seen in respect for elders and constituted authorities, honesty, integrity, diligence and a profound religious belief system. The Yoruba Homeland
The Yoruba country lies roughly between latitudes 60 and 9 N and longitudes 20 30’ and 60 30’ East with a total land area of about 181,300sq kilometers in what is now known as Southwestern Nigeria. The Yoruba culture area is however, not coterminous with this geographical delimitation as it spreads from the present Edo State in Nigeria, over the whole of the south west and across to the Republics of Benin and Togo on the West African coast. Significant aspects of Yoruba culture is also found in such places as Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Brazil, Cuba, Trinidad, Puerto-Rico and of course the United States of America. Worldwide, it is estimated that they have a population of over forty million. The major sub-ethnic groups include the;

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Brady Enterprise Association is devoted to electronic trade, commerce and community development information exchange via the internet, to persons of African Heritage, using research and development tools by higher education scholars, volunteer retired professors and other interested parties.

91. Africana Studies - Africana/Diaspora Links Subject List
Guardian Trinidadian daily newspaper; Virtual Institute of Caribbean studies(VICS)VICS Publications African American Publications; AFRICANA.COM A must vist.

92. Faculty - Cynthia Blair
We Must Live Anyhow' African American Sex Work and the Regulation of Sexual Commercein Late 19001912. Delivered at the American studies Association meeting
Cynthia M. Blair
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    • Ph.D., Harvard University, History of American Civilization, 1999 M.A., Harvard University, History, 1989 B.A., University of Michigan, American Culture and English, 1986
    Research Areas: My research interests include the history of race and sexuality in the United States, African American urban history, and African American women's history. My research has focussed primarily on the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. I am currently doing research for the expansion of my study of African American prostitution in Chicago at the turn of the century. This entails archival work in various municipal collections and in the papers of private and public social welfare agencies in Chicago and Cook County between 1900 and 1930. Publications:
    • "'Vicious' Commerce: African American Women's Sex Work and the Transformation of Urban Space in Chicago, 1850-1915"

93. African-Americans In Southeastern Ohio
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African Americans in Southeastern Ohio
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John N. Templeton Responds to Ohio Supreme Court Ruling that Free Blacks Must Post $500 Bond (1829)
Black Abolitionist's Autobiography released

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94. African American Studies Minor
ENGL 748.01: Studies in American Literature
From Stowe to Morrison: Blackness and Whiteness in U.S. Fiction
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The frontiers of a book are never clear-cut: beyond the title, the first lines, and the last full stop, beyond its internal configuration and its autonomous form, it is caught up in a system of references to other books, other texts, other sentences: it is a node within a network. And this network of references is not the same in the case of a mathematical treatise, a textual commentary, a historical account, and an episode in a novel cycle; the unity of the book, even in the sense of a group of relations, cannot be regarded as identical in each case. The book is not simply the object that one holds in one's hands; and it cannot remain within the little parallelepiped that contains it: its unity is variable and relative. As soon as one questions that unity, it loses its self-evidence; it indicates itself, constructs itself, only on the basis of a complex field of discourse. Michel Foucault

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96. African American Arts Institute
Founded in 1974 the African American Arts Institute is a multifaceted arts and inacademic affiliation with the Department of Afro-American studies at Indiana
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97. American Studies @ GWU - The Program
you to the breadth of African American music and draws How do commodities and commerceinfluence and structure as a category of analysis in American studies.
Spring 2001 Courses
Introduction to American Studies, is the second half of a two-semester survey of U.S. history and culture, covering 1890 to 2000 (AMST 071 is *not* a prerequsite). The course focuses on several key themes: the impact of mass culture in the 20th century (focusing on film and leisure); race and civil rights (including particularly African American and Asian American politics); the role of the United States in the world (looking at both foreign policy and U.S. culture abroad); and transformations in ideas about selfhood (focusing on changes in religious ideas and ideas about sexuality and the body). The course meets for 2 50-minute lectures and one 50-minute discussion section each week.
This course will examine the experience of women in the United States during the late 19 th and 20 th centuries, to understand how gender shapes social, economic, and political roles. The exploration will include the impact of class, religion, race, and ethnicity on women’s role on men. Same as HIST/WSTD 140.
This course offers a survey of some of the major forms of traditional expressive culture in the United States. Examples are drawn from various folk groups and will cover verbal, artifactual, and performance genres such as folktales, crafts, and music. The primary objectives and techniques of folklore scholarship will be discussed and illustrated throughout the course. In addition to lectures and discussions of readings, the class may also feature visits to local museums, the viewing of documentary films and videos, and presentations by visiting experts and folk artists. Same as ANTH 192.

98. CSRE: Other Resources
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