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         African-american Studies Education:     more books (100)
  1. Strengthening the African American Educational Pipeline: Informing Research, Policy, and Practice
  2. Religious Education in the African American Tradition: A Comprehensive Introduction by Kenneth H. Hill, 2007-05-11
  3. The SAGE Handbook of African American Education by Linda C. Tillman, 2008-07-17
  4. Race and Education, 1954-2007 by Raymond Wolters, 2009-01-01
  5. African American History Reconsidered (New Black Studies Series) by Pero Dagbovie, 2010-03-15
  6. Teaching African American Religions (Aar Teaching Religious Studies Series)
  7. The Separate Problem: Case Studies of Black Education in the North, 1900$1930 (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Judy Jolley Mohraz, 1979-01-05
  8. Education of the Black Adult in the United States: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Afro-American and African Studies) by Leo McGee, 1985-02-14
  9. Education of the African American Adult: An Historical Overview (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies)
  10. A Struggle Worthy of Note: The Engineering and Technological Education of Black Americans (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by David E. Wharton, 1992-10-30
  11. Education and Independence: Education in South Africa, 1658-1988 (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies: Contemporary Black Poets) by Harvey J. Sindima, 2000-01-30
  12. Practical Application of Social Learning Theories In Educating Young African-American Males by George R. Taylor, 2003-09-20
  13. The Price They Paid: Desegregation in an African American Community by Vivian Gunn Morris, Curtis L. Morris, 2002-07
  14. Overcoming the Odds: Raising Academically Successful African American Young Women by Freeman A. Hrabowski III, Kenneth I. Maton, et all 2002-02-07

61. USC: Academic Bulletins
following courses fulfill some of the general education requirements and must becompleted for an interdisciplinary major in African American studies AFRO 201
USC THIS SITE African American Studies
Cleveland Sellers Jr., Director Professors
Andrew Billingsley, Ph.D., Brandeis University, 1964
Jon Michael Spencer, Ph.D., Washington University, 1982 Assistant Professors
Pamela Barnett, Ph.D., Emory University, 1996
Bobby Donaldson, Ph.D., Emory University 1999
Valinda Littlefield, Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1999 Instructor
Cleveland Sellers Jr., Ed.D., University of North Carolina-Greensboro, 1987 Professor Emeritus
Grace Jordan McFadden, Ph.D., Antioch-Union, 1975
The interdisciplinary major in African American Studies is designed to assist students in developing facility in several related disciplines in the social sciences and the humanities in order to gain a deeper understanding of the culture, experience, and contemporary situation of the African diaspora. A specific course of study will be designed to meet the needs of each student accepted for the program. Students interested in the major should consult with a member of the Faculty Curriculum Committee on African American Studies. The program offers a B.A. in African American Studies.
Program Requirements
(120 hours) 1. General Education Requirements (53-62 hours)

62. Iowa State African American Studies Program: Useful Links
African American studies Programs African American studies at Columbia the world NationalCouncil for Black studies. African Americans and education The African

Library Resources at ISU
Black Studies on Disc
Ethnic NewsWatch
Related Programs at ISU
American Indian Studies
U.S. Latino/a Studies
Women's Studies
Other Useful ISU Links
ISU's web site for prospective students
Study Abroad
Student Support Services Program
Other African American Studies Programs
African American Studies at Columbia University
African and Afro-American Studies at Stanford University
African Studies Centers around the world
National Council for Black Studies
Other Scholarly Resources
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute: A Research Institute on African Americans and Education
The African-American Mosaic: A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture
WPA Slave Narrative Collection
HIV/AIDS and African American Students in Higher Education
contact AAS useful links

63. UNM LibrariesAfrican American Studies
titles in JSTOR African American Review; Callaloo; Journal of BlackStudies; Journal of Blacks in Higher education; Journal of Negro

64. Wesleyan Curriculum - Academic Year 2003/2004
General education Requirements. GENED Humanities The Arts. African Americanstudies; Asian Languages Literatures; American studies; Art and Art History;
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  • 65. Recommended African American Web Sites
    in African American and African studies. Coverage is 19701996; includes powerfulsearch engine. From J-Stor. Journal of Blacks in Higher education (ISU Only
    Recommended African American Websites
    Home African American American Indian Asian American ...
    Library Research Guides
    This list includes selected African American web resources useful for academic research and information purposes. (If you are doing library research, please see my African American Studies Library Research Guide also.) Only Websites that are reflective of African American realities were considered; sites that are exclusively African in origin or focus are only rarely included. Recommended Websites listed below were evaluated for breadth, perceived authority, stability, usefulness, and accuracy. Web index sites, clearinghouses, directories (all sites that gather or point to resources elsewhere), and e-journals and electronic news (publications, newspapers, and news programs that include actual content, as opposed to just tables of contents or subscription information) are the focus. Another section reviews a number of new commercial African American portals and commercial subject directories now being developed and marketed to African Americans in the US.

    66. Multicultural Web Sites: Diversity And Ethnic Studies: Virtual Community
    and other resources concerning the education of language Identity Long lists pointto African American, Asian American US Latino, and other ethnic studies links
    Multicultural Web Sites
    African American American Indian Asian American ...
    Library Research Guides
    Multicultural Resources

    These are websites that focus on more than one racial or ethnic group, or on diversity issues in general. Action Without Borders
    a massive organization directory searchable by type and region; search by "race and ethnicity" category and limit region as "United States" Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies
    includes guides and information on the Institute's library, museum, programs, and more; includes links elsewhere Bureau of the Census
    Online U.S. census data can be searched by specific region, race or ethnicity, age, and more Center for Multilingual Multicultural Research
    Full text articles, research, and websites on minorities and language issues, compiled by the Univ. of Southern California's Center for Multilingual Multicultural Research
    Formerly known as the National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning. Includes reports and information on education initiatives relevant to multicultural diversity. From UC Santa Cruz. Cultural Survival
    focuses on indigenous peoples worldwide; includes electronic version of the journal

    67. Links: African American Studies Resources
    Links African American studies Resources. The North Star A Journal of AfricanAmericanReligious History. by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban education (ERIC/CUE

    : African American Studies Resources Africa Online connects to home pages for African countries, interest groups, and online reference materials. " is produced by the co-editors of Microsoft® Encarta® Africana....The purpose of is to promote understanding of black history and culture." The North Star : A Journal of African-American Religious History Historically Black Colleges and Universities Links to historically Black colleges and universities, with information on more than 100 Black institutions. It is presented by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education (ERIC/CUE) and is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Education Research and Improvement. African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning An electronic exhibit catalog from the Bayly Art Museum at the University of Virginia. Selections from the African-American Mosaic A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture Use the "search" feature to locate resources in the Universal Black Pages.

    68. College Of Arts & Sciences 2002-2003
    to fulfill requirements for the africanamerican studies minor for both post-graduateeducation and professional apply to the communication studies program and
    African-American Studies
    American Studies


    Women's Studies
    The UNCW On-Line Catalogue is provided for the convenience of students and others. While it attempts to be accurate, it is not the official university catalogue. Official undergraduate and graduate catalogues are on file at the Randall Library. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Jo Ann Seiple, dean
    Raymond Burt , associate dean
    Jeffery M. Hill, associate dean
    Stephen J. Pullum, associate dean The College of Arts and Sciences strives in all of its degree programs to nurture creative thinking, intellectual curiosity, and academic integrity in our students while providing them with a solid foundation of knowledge in their chosen field. Upon completion of their degree program, students will have the necessary preparation for their chosen career or advanced studies. Degree requirements for all undergraduate majors and minors available in the College of Arts and Sciences are listed below. Requirements for the graduate degrees are listed in the Graduate School Catalogue, while those for professional pre-professional and special programs are listed in those sections of this catalogue. Please note that all internship courses (498 designation) offered by departments within the college have a prerequisite of a minimum overall grade point average of 2.00; specific departments may require a higher overall average, as noted in their internship course descriptions.

    69. Oberlin Alumni Magazine : Winter 2002-2003
    the growth of coursework in African American studies, and by in place an officialblack studies curriculum with the dramatic arts, education, English, history
    Around Tappan Square Thirty Years of African American Studies by Sue Angell '99 "From the beginning, Oberlin took its commitment to this program very seriously," says Yakubu Saaka, professor of African American studies and chair of the department. What we have on campus today is extraordinary for a school this size." The department's 30th anniversary celebration peaks in April with weekly events featuring students, professors, and alumni within the fields of community development, education, and the arts. The scheduled speakerswho include Omowale Satterwhite, the program's first director, and Mohammed Chambas, a former professor who is now executive secretary of the Economic Committee of West African States, all contributed to the department in significant ways.
    A Grassroots History
    In 1968, Oberlin's campus was abuzz: the Student Power Movement was in full swing, and demonstrations were a common sight on Wilder Bowl. The Civil Rights Movement had spread to colleges across the nation, and students were demanding classes that reflected the life and culture of African American people.

    70. African American Studies
    African American studies. domination of politics and economy, and African Americanresistance to and the Indian Wars before receiving his education at Howard


    American Studies
    African American Studies
    The Abolitionist Legacy : From Reconstruction to the NAACP
    James M. McPherson (Princeton Univ. Press, 1995); Paperback.
    This history by the author or the Pulitzer Prize-winning history of the Civil War, Battle Cry of Freedom, traces the continued activism of the abolitionist generation from Reconstruction through their battles against post-Reconstruction segregation to the creation of one of the leading organizations of the modern civil rights movement. McPherson includes a good discussion of the uneasy alliances forged with the woman's suffrage and anti-imperialist movements, and finds that it was no coincidence that abolitionist Moorfield Storey was simultaneously president of the Anti-Imperialist League and the NAACP.
    African Americans on the Western Frontier
    Monroe Lee Billington and Roger D. Hardaway, eds. (Univ. Press of Colorado, 1998); Hardcover.
    Pathbreaking anthology of essays about the diverse range of occupations and experiences of African Americans in the West. Although some aspects of their experience have received increased attention in the last few years, most notably "Buffalo Soldiers" and African American cowboys, this volume offers an unusually comprehensive view by bringing together essays on everything from slavery and the civil rights struggle to the development of African American newspapers.
    "All the World Is Here!" The Black Presence at White City

    71. - Education-themed Sites Of Interest To African Americans
    National education Association http// Social studies School Service http// AfricanAmerican Science http//

    72. Subject Area Brochures.main
    20022003; African and African American studies; Art, Architecture and Asian Americanstudies; Clinical Psychology education and Teacher Training; History, American
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    Catalog Supplement 1999-2000

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    (770 k Art and Architecture (760 k) Asian and Asian American Studies (750 k) Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, and Group Psychotherapy (400 k) Communication, Speech Media, and Advertising (645 k) Crime and Criminology (460 k) Death and Dying (250 k) Teaching and Understanding Diversity (430 k) Environmental Issues, Earth Sciences,

    73. African American Studies Minor It might be possible to apply other education coursestowards the African American studies Minor. Some courses can
    African American Studies Courses for Fall, 1998
    EDUC 705 Alternative Perspectives on the Nature of Education

    Professor Houston
    Section B01: Th 4:10-6:30; 2 Morrill Hall
    Section B02: Th 12:40-3:00; 108 Morrill Hall
    This course can be taken for credit towards the Minor only if the instructor allows you to devote a major portion of your course work to African American studies. Please check with individual instructors, and then contact John Ernest for permission form (862-3714;
    EDUC 700 Educational Structure and Change

    Section A01: Professor DeMitchell; W 7:10-9:30; 2 Morrill Hall
    Section A02: Staff; M 7:10-9:30; 2 Morrill Hall
    Section A03: Staff; Tu 4:10-6:30; 301 Murkland Hall
    This course can be taken for credit towards the Minor only if the instructor allows you to devote a major portion of your course work to African American studies. Please check with individual instructors, and then contact John Ernest for permission form (862-3714; It might be possible to apply other Education courses towards the African American Studies Minor. Some courses can be taken for credit towards the Minor only if the instructor allows you to devote a major portion of your course work to African American studies. Please check with individual instructors, and then contact John Ernest for permission form (862-3714;

    74. UMBC Africana Studies Dept.
    students planning professional careers in medicine, law, public policy, social workand education pursue a second major or minor in African American studies.
    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE COUNTY AFRICANA STUDIES DEPT. CHAIR Willie B. Lamouse-Smith Sociology development administration, African religion, demography PROFESSORS Miriam DeCosta-Willis African African literature, women studies, creative writing Daphne D. Harrison African and African American music, women studies ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Jonathan A. Peters African and African American literature and black folklore Acklyn Lynch African American political thought, philosophy, popular culture, Caribbean history and politics ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Thomas N. Robinson, Jr. Psychology PROGRAM DESCRIPTION (Courses in this program are listed under AFAM). The African American studies program provides students of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds with a detailed understanding of the foundations of African American culture, from ancient Egypt to the present. This comprehensive, liberal arts program is international in scope. The variety of courses and options in African American studies often provides students the opportunity to explore perspectives they have not yet experienced. All courses, as well as options for the major, are open to all students. Many students find it productive to combine African American studies with another discipline in a dual major. Students may also minor in African American studies.

    75. BCPL African American InfoCenter
    and most successful minority, higher education support organization. Black HistoryQuest African American history, culture, and black studies resources.
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    Baltimore Metropolitan Area Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers
    Buffalo Soldiers Membership Black Baltimore: A Historic Legacy Local monuments, Arabbers, and selected Baltimore City African American Databases.
    Goucher-Hampton Project
    Information about the Ridgely slaves in the context of the National Park Service historic site.
    Histories of African American settlements in Baltimore County
    Books by Louis Diggs that document the histories of the African American Communities in Baltimore County, MD. Also provides links to history and genealogy sites.
    Inventory of African American Historical and Cultural Resources
    Includes information about historically Black communities, cemeteries, churches, etc. in Baltimore County.
    Local Museums and Historical Sites

    Local Community Events
    See the links below for help with
    school assignments! Highlighted Web Sites Biography Books Business Education ... Radio Selected Site s African American Links An notated list provided by Wesleyan University's DiversityLinks.

    76. Stanford Bulletin 2001-2002
    Departments and Programs. African and African American studies, Program in. Africanstudies. American studies. Athletics, Physical education, and Recreation.
    Stanford Bulletin 2001-2002
    General Description Departments and Programs African and African American Studies, Program in African Studies American Studies Anthropological Sciences ... Writing and Rhetoric, Program in

    77. African American Studies (UC Irvine Libraries)
    and staff only Includes fulltext archives of African American Review, Callaloo,Journal of Black studies, Journal of Blacks in Higher education, Journal of
    UC Irvine Libraries UC Irvine

    ANTPAC Catalog

    Melvyl Catalog

    Article Databases
    Accessing the Internet
    African American Studies

    78. ASU: Office Of Academic Articulation - Tools For ASU Departments
    African American studies BA Chicana/o studies - BA English Minor - Literature; English- Writing Certificate Requirements; English education Major with Answers
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    Curriculum Checksheets 2001-2002
  • CLAS Under Graduate Curriculum Guide 2001
  • CLAS Under Graduate Curriculum Checksheet 2001 African American Studies
  • African American Studies - B.A. Anthropology
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  • Biology Minor Worksheet Botany - See Plant Biology
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  • 79. American Studies: Guides To The Collections: African American History And Life:
    The Eccles Centre for American studies. for in illuminating myriad aspects of AfricanAmerican life and and Brown v Board of education remains relatively
    document.write(''); Home Services Information services American studies ...
    site map
    The Eccles Centre for American Studies
    Bibliographical guides Eccles Centre Annual Lectures Guide to American Studies programmes Other activities ... Further information
    Guides to the collections
    African American History and Life: 1877-1954: a Selective Guide to Materials in the British Library
    Jean Kemble Since the civil rights movement of the 1960s, African American history, once the preserve of a few dedicated individuals, has experienced an expansion unprecedented in historical research. The effect of this on-going, scholarly 'explosion', in which both black and white historians are actively engaged, is both manifold and wide-reaching for in illuminating myriad aspects of African American life and culture from the colonial period to the very recent past it is simultaneously, and inevitably, enriching our understanding of the entire fabric of American social, economic, cultural and political history. Perhaps not surprisingly the depth and breadth of coverage received by particular topics and time-periods has so far been uneven. Slavery and the civil rights movement have benefited from enormous attention; indeed one historian notes that in the 1970s the historiography of the former witnessed 'something like an earthquake'. Standing in contrast, however, the period between Reconstruction and Brown v Board of Education remains relatively underdeveloped.

    80. Graduate School Of Education And Information Studies
    education, the social and political context of schools, urban education, social studieseducation and the educational experience of African American students.
    Text-Only Version
    Tyrone C. Howard
    Assistant Professor 2022 B Moore Hall 310-267-4824
    Ph.D., University of Washington, 1998
    Research Interests
    Multicultural education, the social and political context of schools, urban education, social studies education and the educational experience of African American students.
    Howard, T.C. (2001). Powerful pedagogy for African American students: Conceptions of culturally relevant pedagogy. Urban Education Urban Review The Teacher Educator Howard, T.C. (2001). Connection and Democracy. Theory and Research in Social Education Howard, T.C. (2002, in press). Culturally relevant approaches to developing literacy in young African American learners. Urban Education Howard, T.C. (2002, in press). Listening to voices in the dark: African American students descriptions of school learning environments. Journal for the Education of Students Placed At-Risk Action in Teacher Education Journal for the Education of the Gifted
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