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  1. African American Autobiography and the Quest for Freedom: (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Roland L. Williams, 2000-01-30
  2. Lord, I Want to Be a Christian Student Book: A Bible Study based on African American Spirituals by Robin Harris Kimbrough, 2006-04-01
  3. Mary Had a Baby Student: An Advent Study Based on African American Spirituals by Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan, 2003-09
  4. Lord, I Want to be a Christian Leader: A Bible Study Based on African American Spirituals by Robin Harris Kimbrough, 2006-04
  5. Building Community in an Alternative School: The Perspective of an African American Principal (Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education) by Lionel H. Brown, Kelvin S. Beckett, 2007-09
  6. Slavery, Southern Culture, and Education in Little Dixie, Missouri, 1820-1860 (Studies in African American History and Culture) by Jeffrey C. Stone, 2006-01-27
  7. African American Views of the Japanese: Solidarity or Sedition? (Suny Series, Global Conflict and Peace Education) by Reginald Kearney, 1998-09-03
  8. Alain Locke and Philosophy: A Quest for Cultural Pluralism (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Johnny Washington, 1986-03-26
  9. Visible Now: Blacks in Private Schools (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies)
  10. Cultural Divide: A Study of African-American College-Level Writers by Valerie Balester, 1993-10-18
  11. Student Culture and Activism in Black South African Universities: The Roots of Resistance (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Mokubung O. Nkomo, 1984-12-19
  12. A Black Elite: A Profile of Graduates of UNCF Colleges (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Daniel C. Thompson, 1986-06-24
  13. A Guide to the Archives of Hampton Institute (Bibliographies and Indexes in Afro-American and African Studies)
  14. Teachers' Pets, Troublemakers, and Nobodies: Black Children in Elementary School (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Helen Gouldner, Mary Symons Strong, 1978-10-17

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84. Center For Comparative Studies In Race And Ethnicity : Undergraduate Education
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85. Macalester College Catalog: African American Studies
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    Faculty: Part Time Faculty: Mahmoud El-Kati (History) The African American Studies minor gives students the opportunity to analyze the intellectual and cultural contributions and the experiences of African Americans from a variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. Students develop a faculty-directed, systematic, and multi-disciplinary approach to the subject matter and are encouraged to integrate their interests in this subject matter with their work in other disciplines and programs. Students also have the opportunity to place the African American experience within the context of race and diversity in America through the relationship between African American Studies and the Comparative North American Studies program.
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    Courses approved for the African American Studies minor but offered through other departments count toward the general distribution requirements as specified by those departments. Courses offered directly by African American Studies do not count toward any distribution requirement.
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    The course in African American Studies which satisfies the domestic diversity requirement is 10, Introduction to African American Studies.

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87. African American Studies — BU 2002/2003 Undergraduate Bulletin
African American studies. Courses Director Ronald K. Richardson. ProfessorsBlakely, Breiner, Teele. Minor Concentration in African American studies.
African American Studies
Director Ronald K. Richardson Professors Blakely, Breiner, Teele Visiting Professor Kim Professor Emerita Cromwell The African American Studies Program explores the African American experience in global and comparative perspective. Courses are designed to make students aware of the connections between Americans of African descent, other Americans, and global populations. Critical investigation of race, ethnicity, and other forms of collective identity is a central concern of the program.
Minor Concentration in African American Studies
The minor concentration in African American Studies provides an introduction to the global study of the African American experience and to the various forms of collective identity such as race and ethnicity. The requirements for the minor concentration include "The History of Racial Thought" (CAS AA 480) plus five additional courses in African American Studies. Students must earn a minimum grade of C in courses taken toward the minor concentration. TOP OF PAGE
CAS AA 309 African American History in Global and Comparative Perspective
Explores the African American experience in global and comparative perspective. Introduces students to the ways in which peoples of African descent in the United States have impacted the American and global experience even as they have been shaped by it. Richardson. 4 cr, 2nd sem.

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90. African American Studies
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While there are no specific prerequisites, typically students either have undergraduate majors in African American Studies, or have majors in fields such as anthropology, comparative literature, English, history, history of art, music, philosophy, sociology, and religious studies, and have done some undergraduate work in the field of African American studies. The fundamental rationale for the program is that there now exists a substantial body of scholarly writing on African American social, cultural, economic and political life and history, conducted by scholars with a primary training in a traditional discipline, who have drawn on the work of colleagues in other fields to enrich their work. This interdisciplinary corpus of scholarship is at the core of African American Studies, and most serious work on African American literature, history, culture and social, economic or political life, proceeds with an awareness of this interdisciplinary background. There is, as a result, a fairly substantial tradition of writings and a lexicon of ideas that together define a core of knowledge in the field. Familiarity with this core at the graduate level is an important part of the training of those who work on these topics.

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93. Web Resources In African American Studies, UM Libraries
Web Resources by Fields of Study. Web Resources in AFRICAN AMERICAN studies.Many of the libraries' electronic resources can be accessed
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Many of the libraries' electronic resources can be accessed through the campus network and in some cases, through MdUSA . Due to licensing agreements, some of the materials are accessible only to current students, faculty, and staff at the University of Maryland, College Park. Otis Chadley is the subject specialist for African American Studies at the University of Maryland Libraries, College Park. He is available to University of Maryland students and faculty for reference assistance, and is also available to teach African American Studies classes in the use of library resources. Contact him by telephone at (301) 405-9282 or by e-mail at return to top
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95. African And African American Studies: Outstanding Publications, 1997-1998
Noliwe M. Hair raising beauty, culture, and African American women Tolerance educationlearning to live with diversity and History, Geography Area studies.
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Reprinted from Choice In recognition of Black History Month, we highlight recent publications in African and African American studies that were awarded the prestigious Outstanding Academic Books designation by Choice editors for the years 1997 and 1998. This list updates a similar feature covering earlier titles, "African & African American Studies: Outstanding Publications, 1990-1996," which appeared in the February 1997 issue of Choice The Outstanding Academic Books (OAB) list appears annually in the January issue of Choice to recognize the best and most important scholarly works reviewed during the previous calendar year. Titles are selected not only for excellence in scholarship and originality but also for relevance to undergraduate students, making the OAB feature a valuable collection development tool for academic libraries. Bibliographic entries for each title appear as originally published with the Choice review. The issue and review number for the original review appear at the end of each citation. REFERENCE African writers , ed. by C. Brian Cox.

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Ali B. Ali-Dinar The aim of this guide is to assist K-12 teachers, librarians, and students in locating on-line resources on Africa that can be used in the classroom, for research and studies. This guide summarizes some relevant materials for K-12 uses available on the African Studies WWW. The African Studies Web also contains information that is not listed in this guide. The resources included in this guide are accessible via the African Studies Web server; or through 'hyper links' to other Africa-related databases at institutions worldwide. This guide illustrates both how to find resources for teaching about Africa on-line; and how to navigate the Internet. Users can access the African Studies World-Wide Web (WWW) database at the University of Pennsylvania, which contains resources and information on events and issues that are related to African countries. These materials are available for use by students, teachers, librarians, the business community, and the general public.

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