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  1. Cross Routes (Forum for European Contributions to African American Studies)
  2. In The Vineyard: Working In African American Studies by Perry A. Hall, 2004-11-10
  3. The Politics of Paul Robeson's Othello (Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies) by Lindsey R. Swindall, 2010-12-01
  4. African American Religion and the Civil Rights Movement in Arkansas (Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies) by Johnny E. Williams, 2008-10-01
  5. Devolution and Black State Legislators (Suny Series in African American Studies) by Tyson King-meadows, 2007-06-01
  6. Loopholes and Retreats (Forecaast (Forum for European Contributions to the African American Studies))
  7. Black Power in the Suburbs: The Myth or Reality of African-American Suburban Political Incorporation (Suny Series in African American Studies) by Valerie C. Johnson, 2002-09-26
  8. From Within the Frame: Storytelling in African-American Studies (Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory) by Bertram D. Ashe, 2002-06-14
  9. The Speeches of Fannie Lou Hamer: To Tell It Like It Is (Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies)
  10. African American Studies (Introducing Ethnic Studies)
  11. Philanthropy and Jim Crow in American Social Science (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by John H. Stanfield, 1985-04-18
  12. Manjani by Freedom Speaks Diaspora, 2008-08-01
  13. White Money/Black Power: The Surprising History of African American Studies and the Crisis of Race and Higher Education by Noliwe M. Rooks, 2006-02-01
  14. Race, Ethnicity, and the Politics of City Redistricting: Minority-Opportunity Districts and the Election of Hispanics and Blacks to City Councils (African American Studies) by Joshua G. Behr, 2004-03

41. College Of Arts And Sciences >> Certificate In African American Studies
Certificate in African American studies Director Teresa Shelton Reed Assistant Professorof Music Advisory Board Kimberly Hanger, History Anne Stavney, English
Certificate in African American Studies

Teresa Shelton Reed
Assistant Professor of Music
Advisory Board
Kimberly Hanger, History
Anne Stavney, English
Gordon Taylor, English
The certificate program in African American studies is designed for traditional and non-traditional students who want to gain an understanding of the history, literature, and culture of African Americans. Students must be in the process of completing a degree at The University of Tulsa or have already earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
Certificate Requirements
Students must complete 18 hours of approved course work, nine of which must be at or above the 3000 level. Approved courses are listed each semester in the Schedule of Classes, and students should select courses that satisfy the following requirements: Core Course (mandatory for all students): Hist 2513, African American History Since 1877 (3) or Hist 3583, American Civil Rights Movement (3) or Engl 2083, African American Autobiography (3)

42. UGA African American Studies
The primary objective of an African American studies curriculum, regardless of raceor Foster interdisciplinary study in the humanities, arts, and sciences.
The Institute for African American Studies has evolved at The University of Georgia as an academic program of study since 1969, though its current status dates from 1992. It is dedicated to the production of creative research on the achievements of African Americans and to exciting instruction for a diverse community of thinkers. In addition, it serves as a cultural repository and resource for the citizenry of Georgia. The Institute offers several courses in the core curriculum. Students wishing to earn a certificate or undergraduate degree in African American Studies can do so by taking the recommended courses approved by the Director. The intent is to be both intellectually exciting and rigorously challenging. Often views might seem unusually innovative. Many students of the Institute are interested in professional study and scholarly research beyond the undergraduate level. Others might begin to lay out a systematic plan for thoughtful public service.
The Role of African American Studies
Western Civilization has been a reliable means to understand world cultures for many generations, but the rapidly changing demography of the United States requires a more profound awareness of cultural resources by thinkers of color. As seekers after human truth, African Americanists should test traditional assumptions about race to help students make more enlightened choices for themselves and their civilization. The primary objective of an African American studies curriculum, regardless of race or color, is education for positive and productive citizenship. Hence, a reasonable list follows:

43. UGA African American Studies
Senior with a Major in African American studies¬óModel Social Inquiry. FreshmanYear, Sophomore Year. Core English, 6, Core Literature, 6. Social sciences, 3, Social
Model: Social Inquiry
Freshman Year Sophomore Year Core English Core Literature Social Sciences Social Sciences Sciences Major Courses AAM 200 Major Courses Fine Arts Major Courses SCI or Math Foreign Language Foreign Language Minor Electives Minor Electives Junior Year Senior Year Foreign Language Major Courses Major Courses Minor Courses Minor Courses Electives
Model: Language, Literature and the Arts
Freshman Year Sophomore Year English ENG English ENG Fine Arts Social Sciences Fine Arts Minor Electives AAM MUS (or PSY) Social Sciences HIS Social Sciences HIS SCI SCI or Math SCI Foreign Language Foreign Language Junior Year Senior Year Foreign Language CML REL/AAM PSY/AAM REL/AAM PSY/AAM POL/AAM ENG/AAM AAM 425 or 896 ENG 434 or 437T AAM(DRA) ENG/AAM ENG ENG ENG ENG/AAM ENG (LIN/AAM) ENG/AAM SPC (AAM) Electives Course
The example could easily be one in Psychology, Political Science, Religions, Drama, History, etc., as long as the choice would reflect one of the major three areas of concentration. A sociologist, for instance, would substitute several of the five new sociology classes for most of the literature ones. Someone interested in Religions would make disciplinary choices as well. A great deal of flexibility, in other words, is possible without diffusion.
Presumably the Curriculum Committee and Board of Regents will allow this course to count, as a similar one by Georgia State does, in Area E of the General Education Sequence. Political Science, Speech Communications, and Classics all allow for at least one 200 course to count in the major.

44. Ohio University College Of Arts And Sciences
Ohio University's Department of African American studies offers a distinctive programthat focuses on the African American experience regionally, nationally
There is an ever-increasing demand for college graduates who are equipped to work in global and multicultural environments. Ohio University's Department of African American Studies offers a distinctive program that focuses on the African American experience regionally, nationally and globally. It offers a solid program of study that draws from a range of academic fields including history, sociology, psychology, political science, economics, literature, art, music and media.
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  • The mission of the department
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  • More African American resources Established in 1969, the Department of African American Studies at Ohio University is one of the oldest programs in the United States. For more than three decades the department has been enriching the educational experience for all students at Ohio University. Many of our majors have gone on to graduate school and carved for themselves influential careers in a variety of fields including law, the performing arts, international affairs, religion, politics, education, and business. Our faculty members have made valuable contributions to the field of African American and Africana Studies in the United States and around the world. Please send your questions or comments about this Web site to:
  • 45. Ohio University College Of Arts And Sciences
    regional campuses. The Department of African American studies is adepartment in the College of Arts and sciences. The College of
    Employment Opportunities with the AAS Dept. The Department of African American Studies is currently engaged in recruiting new faculty members. During the 2001-2002 academic year, we hired Dr. Keith Harris. Dr. Harris, who specializes in African American cinema, holds a joint appointment with the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and the School of Film. During the 2002-2003 academic year, the department plans to make two hires. One position will be in history, and the other in literature. The history position will focus on the 20th century history of the African diaspora in the Americas. The literature position will focus on the literature of the African diaspora in the Americas. 20th Century African American History The Department of African American Studies at Ohio University invites applications for a tenure-track position in African American and African Diaspora History in the Americas at the rank of assistant professor. Successful applicant must be prepared to teach survey courses in African American history in the United States as well as courses on the African Diaspora in the Americas in the 20th century. Starting September 2002. Ph.D. required. Salary competitive. Interview of selected candidates at the American Historical Association annual meeting, San Francisco, January 2002.

    46. African American Studies
    may be obtained by writing to The Graduate Program in African American StudiesBarker Center Office Harvard Graduate School of Arts and sciences Byerly Hall
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    Degree Programs African American Studies Anthropology Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning Astronomy Biological Sciences in Dental Medicine ... Degree Programs > African American Studies
    The Department of Afro-American Studies offers a graduate program in the field of African American Studies. The aim of this program is to combine an interdisciplinary training in African American cultural and social studies with a focus in a major disciplinary field, leading to the PhD in African American Studies. The program admits four or five students a year into a five- to six-year program.
    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.

    47. African American Studies - Syracuse University Library
    African American studies. African American studies covers a multitude of disciplinesincluding the humnaities, social sciences, and the sciences.
    Other Subjects:
    Africa African-American Studies Aging/Gerontology American Literature Anthropology Architecture Art Asian Studies Biology Business Chemistry Composition/Cultural Rhet Computer Science Computer Science, Appl Drama Earth Sciences Economics Education Engineering English/Textual Studies Exercise Science Film Studies General Science Geographic Info Systems Geography, Human Geography, Physical Government History Information Studies International Relations Journalism Latin American Studies Library Science Linguistics Management Maps/Cartography Mass Communication Mathematics Music Nursing Photography Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Psychology Public Administration Radio Reference Religion Science, General

    48. African American Studies Department
    Postdoctoral Fellowship NU Home WCAS Home CLI Home MMLC Home Weinberg Collegeof Arts and sciences Department of African American studies 308 Kresge Hall
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    49. African American Studies
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    Postdoctoral Fellowship NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
    The African American Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at Northwestern University invites applications from recent Ph.D.s with a commitment to the field of African American and Diaspora studies. This fellowship program provides a stipend, a visiting appointment in the Department of African American Studies, close association with faculty at the university, and assistance in furthering the fellow's development as a productive scholar. AWARDS The African American Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship available for 2003-2004, will afford the recipient an appointment in the Department of African American Studies at Northwestern. Disciplinary backgrounds of candidates may vary but preference will be given to those in the humanities and the social sciences. In addition to his/her research project, the fellow will be expected to deliver one public lecture on his/her research during the fellowship period, a departmental seminar on a work-in-progress, and is expected to teach one or

    50. MSCD | School Of Letters, Arts And Sciences | African American Studies
    Metro State, Search / Directories, News, Events The Arts, For Students, AfricanAmerican studies. Quick Facts. Degree Requirements. Quick Links. Apply Now!
    African American Studies
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    51. MSCD | School Of Letters, Arts And Sciences | African American Studies
    African American studies. Campus Box 41, PO Box 173362 Denver, CO 80217. More informationfor the African American studies department will be available soon.
    African American Studies
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    Phone: 303-556-3103 Fax: 303-556-3178 More information for the African American Studies department will be available soon.
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    52. Social Sciences Library African American Studies Page

    53. University Of Houston - The College Of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
    has been named to head the African American studies Program in the Collegeof Liberal Arts and Social sciences at the University of Houston. Category Reference Education Houston Departments and Programs
    With disciplines ranging from African American Studies to Women's Studies, Art to Theatre, and Anthropology to Sociology, we are the University's largest and most diverse college.
    We not only prepare tomorrow's creative artists and performers, economists, historians, journalists, linguists, literary critics, political scientists, psychologists, and philosophers, but also provide all Houston graduates with communication and research skills, cultural awareness, and the capacity for sound ethical and aesthetic judgments. We are the intellectual, cultural, and artistic heart of the University. SPRING 2003 CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS
    2003 Convocation
    Fall Convocations a Great Success:
    The College's first Fall Convocations , at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm on December 19 , were a great success, thanks to the outstanding efforts of many of the College's staff, faculty and student volunteers, as well as the staff at Cullen Performance Hall . Congratulations to all our fall graduates!

    54. University Of Houston - African American Studies Program - Visiting Scholars Ini
    Applications are sought from junior scholars in the academic disciplinesof African American studies; social sciences; and the humanities.
    University of Houston
    African American Studies Program
    2003-2004 Visiting Scholars Initiative
    University of Houston Visiting Scholars Program
    The African American Studies Program at the University of Houston is soliciting applications for its Visiting Scholars Initiative for the 2003-2004 academic year. Applications are sought from junior scholars in the academic disciplines of: African American Studies; social sciences; and the humanities. Applicants doctoral degree must have been completed after 1997.
    The Visiting Scholars Initiative is designed to generate research about the African American community and attract scholars who may be interested in assuming a tenure-track position at the University of Houston subsequent to their residencies as Visiting Scholars. Research concerning the African American community in Houston and the State of Texas is particularly encouraged.
    The Visiting Scholar will receive a salary appropriate to rank and will be provided administrative support. Scholars are required to teach one three-credit hour class in African American Studies, within their first semester at UH. Additionally, the Visiting Scholars will be required to be in residence at the University of Houston for the academic year of 2003-2004. Also, Visiting Scholars are required to make two presentations on their research projects. The African American Studies Program, will provide assistance to Visiting Scholars, concerning interest in advancing their projects to publication. Equally important, Visiting Scholars must acknowledge support of AAS and UH in any publications that result from their appointment at UH.

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    studies Program At Darmouth College The African and African American studies (AAAS)Program is those courses from the humanities and social sciences which are
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    African American Studies African American Studies explores the many dimensions of African and African American life, past and present. It trains students in skills that will help them gain control over information and perspectives disseminated about African and African American cultures and their peoples. The African American Studies program was established at the University in 1970, as the result of a long struggle by black students and faculty who believed African American studies needed to be an essential part of higher education in America. The department has offered the B.A. degree since 1973 and has hosted some of the most distinguished scholars and artists in America. Lower Division Prerequisites for the African American Studies Major
    • African American Studies 4A-4B
    • African American Studies 5A-5B
    Departmental Contact Allen Caldwell

    58. CAAS - African American Studies Links
    and coordinate Internet networks that advance teaching and research in the arts,humanities, and social sciences. Hnet African American studies Home Page.
    Welcome to the CAAS African American links page! We offer a sampler of some of the most useful websites sponsored by universities, research centers, non-profits, governments, and news organizations. Useful commercial sites are accessible through some of the gateways in our lists. Inclusion of a link on this page does not imply endorsement of the views or information presented.
    General Organization of Africans in the Americas African American Networking Afro-American Sources in Virginia, a Guide to Manuscripts ... Black Arts Movement
    Literature African American Books Givens Collection of African American Literature Life and Literature, PBS Series on the Givens Collection ... Database of African American Poetry, 1760-1900, University of Michigan
    Civil Rights Civil Rights Project, Harvard U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Citizens Committee on Civil Rights ... National Civil Rights Museum
    History Museums Charles Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit Anacostia Museum (Center for African American History and Culture) African American Heritage Preservation Foundation, Inc. Making of America, Electronic Archive, University of Michigan ... Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site
    General History Gateways Race and Place: African American Community Histories A Deeper Shade of History, MIT

    59. African American Studies
    (African Social sciences) Three hours in social sciences, to be selected fromAfrican American studies 254 (African History Africa since 1800), African

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    DIRECTOR Lucius Turner Outlaw, Jr. THE African American Studies program offers courses that treat the experiences of African-descended people both on the African continent and throughout the diaspora. Since a number of the courses required by the program are offered every other year, students must consult the program director soon after they decide to participate in the program to design a feasible course of study. Students may take courses on an elective basis or as part of an interdisciplinary major or minor. Courses taken at Fisk University may be counted as electives in the program of study. Program of Concentration in African American Studies Theinterdisciplinary major consists of 30 hours of core courses and 6 hours of electives. Requirements for the completion of the major include:
  • African American Studies 101, Introduction to African American Studies. (African American History) History 279-280.
  • 60. African American Studies
    in African American studies is administered by an advisory committee comprising adirector and two other faculty members, one from the social sciences and one
    AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Acting Director: George J. Sanchez, Ph.D. The program in African American Studies is administered by an advisory committee comprising a director and two other faculty members, one from the social sciences and one from the humanities. These faculty members serve as advisors to majors and minors, providing, in conjunction with the sequence of courses, a unique opportunity for students to undertake an interdisciplinary concentration under close faculty supervision. Major Requirements
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