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  1. Mapping African America: History, Narrative Formation, and the Production (Forecaast (Forum For European Contributions To African American Studies)) by Carl Pedersen, Maria Diedrich, Justine Tally, 1999-09
  2. Bound for Freedom: Black Los Angeles in Jim Crow America (George Gund Foundation Imprint in African American Studies) by Douglas Flamming, 2006-08-01
  3. Newspapers and Periodicals by and About Black People: Southeastern Library Holdings (Reference Publications in Black Studies) by North Carolina Central University School of Library Science, 1978-06
  4. Not Only the Master's Tools: African American Studies in Theory and Practice (Cultural Politics & the Promise of Democracy)
  5. Shadow of the Plantation (Black and African-American Studies) by Charles Johnson, 1996-01-01
  6. Between Sundays: Black Women and Everyday Struggles of Faith (George Gund Foundation Book in African American Studies) by Marla F. Frederick, 2003-11-20
  7. Race and the Invisible Hand: How White Networks Exclude Black Men from Blue-Collar Jobs (George Gund Foundation Book in African American Studies) by Deirdre A. Royster, 2003-10-02
  8. Jennie Carter: A Black Journalist of the Early West (Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies)
  9. Battered Black Women And Welfare Reform: Between a Rock And a Hard Place (Suny Series in African American Studies) by Dana-ain Davis, 2006-08-10
  10. Conservatism and Racism, and Why in America They Are the Same (Suny Series in African American Studies) by Robert C. Smith, 2010-09
  11. The Wisdom Of W.E.B. Du Bois by Aberjhani, 2003-08-01
  12. Desegregating the City (Suny Series in African American Studies)
  13. Passing Novels in the Harlem Renaissance: Identity Politics and Textual Strategies (Forecast (Forum for European Contributions to African American Studies)) by Mar Gallego, 2003-08-01
  14. An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy (Black and African-American Studies) Volume 1 by Gunnar Myrdal, 1995-01-01

81. (1996-97 UB UG Catalog)
studies African American studies American studies American studies AnthropologyAnthropology Art History Art History Biological sciences Biological sciences
Minors are available in many subject areas (see the list of approved minors on page 8). Consult the Academic Programs of Study section for individual minor requirements.
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This information comes directly from the 1996-97 Undergraduate Catalog with permission. Division of Undergraduate Education

82. Department Of Comparative American Cultures
African American studies African American studies takes an interdisciplinary approachto the career opportunities in the social and behavioral sciences as well
Washington State University Home Select a Page OVERVIEW ACADEMICS SCHOLARSHIPS RESEARCH Career Faculty Faculty Positions Courses Major Options Areas of Emphasis Film Series Speaker Series Department News CAC Newsletters Acrobat Reader Community
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Areas of Emphasis African American Studies Asian American Studies Chicana/o Studies Native American Studies
African American Studies

African American Studies takes an interdisciplinary approach to the historical, social and political behavior, as well as the economic experience of Afro-Americans and people of African descent throughout the world. The program teaches the history of Afro-Americans and Africans with respect to similarities, distinctions and interaction between peoples of European and of African descent in America. Through a commitment to the functions of teaching, research, and community service, the program serves to prepare the student for career opportunities in the social and behavioral sciences as well as in the arts and humanities.
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83. Welcome To The UCLA Center For African American Studies Website
29%), arts and humanities (15%), and the health sciences (3%). ASPIR staff, andstudents who wish to conduct studies relevant to African American studies.
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Established as an organized research unit in 1969, the UCLA Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies has a primary commitment to undertake and sponsor research which aims to enhance our understanding of the history, lifestyles, material conditions, and socio-cultural systems of women and men of African descent in the Americas, and in the Diaspora. Two programs are currently key in this effort: the Bunche Center-Institute of American Cultures (IAC) Research Program, and the Cultural Studies in the African Diaspora Project (CSADP).
Goals and Objectives Vision Our vision for the Center's research program is thus to serve as a source of affirmation of African American identity, and to spur the creation of new scholarly explorations that probe beneath the surface of conventional typologies, representations and epistemologies and provide fresh insight into diversity and dynamics of African American culture and history, and heralds the many contributions and achievements of individuals and groups of African descent in the Americas. The specific goals of the Bunche Center research program include: a) expanding knowledge, conceptual frameworks and analytical tools in such a manner as to enhance understanding of the history, lifeways, material conditions, and socio-cultural systems of women and men of African descent in the Americas and in the Diaspora; b) investigate structural, institutional and legal constructs and processes that have a bearing on the psychological, social and economic well-being of peoples of African descent; and c) enrich understanding on the artistic and spiritual achievements and contributions of both folk traditions as well as renowned artistes of African descent.

84. African American Studies UCSC Reference Guide Viewport
history, and the biological, physical and social sciences; African American Perspectives,http// African studies WWW (U. Penn), http//www
List of Topics UCSC Libraries African American
This guide is designed to help you do research on social, cultural, political, economic, literary, and historical topics related to African American Studies. Background Info Taking a few minutes to read about your topic in a specialized encyclopedia, dictionary or handbook may be one of the most effective and time saving research tips in this guide. These can help you define unfamiliar terms, locate quick biographical information, verify dates and events. Encyclopedia articles are often followed by carefully selected bibliographies or lists of references to other works, useful items to have as you begin looking for additional information. The following are located on the Reference shelves behind the Reference Desk area. If you'd like learn more about research and online resources stop by the Reference Desk, or take a class at the Library Encyclopedia of African American Culture and History (5 vols). Ref E185.E54

85. African American Studies At The University Of Alabama
Postal address AAST College of Arts sciences PO Box 870214. Check outeBlack studies! Director of African American studies since 1997.
African American Studies Program AAST is a part of
American Studies at UA The AAST Minor Summer/Fall 2003 Schedule of Classes ... Research Projects For Study Abroad Opportunities click: Jamaica Ghana Upcoming Events Opening Doors th anniversary program series commemorating the start of racial desegregation. Our History Greensboro, Alabama's
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This website of the AAST Program is intended as an informational resource only and does not serve as a contract between The University and any other party. While every effort was made to ensure that the information contained herein is completely up to date, no guarantee is made to that effect. Neither the author of this website, nor The University of Alabama itself assume any responsibility for editorial, clerical, or other errors made by honest mistake. All information is subject to change at any time without prior notice Pictured are: AAST minor and UA basketball player Erwin Dudley , Tuscaloosa city school administrator Robert Coates , Westlawn Middle School counselor Marion Duff , and AAST Director Amilcar Shabazz Black History Month Celebration Dr. Shabazz

86. African American Internet Links
African American HomePage; Black History Month; Center for African American studies,UCLA; The Faces of Science AfricanAmericans in the sciences; Selections from
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  • Mailing and Other Resources for Black Studies On-Line Resources on African-Americans (from Arthur McGee)
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  • Afro Americans (UC Berkeley) Black Studies (UC Santa Barbara) African National Congress Information New York Public Library ... Emory-Atlanta University login as dobis African American Women MLK Bibliography: Martin Luther King, Jr. bibliography login as "socrates", type "select MLK" Afro American Exhibit
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  • 87. African American Studies Research Guide
    in US History Access to African American studies (1619 to including images relatedto the African American history more information; Social sciences FullText

    88. African American Studies Resources Guide
    in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Black studies Database (CDROM)Holdings 19481986 African American Poetry 1750-1900 Nearly 3,000 poems

    Text Collections
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    African-American Studies Resources
    This selection of specialized resources in African-American Studies is designed to help you navigate through the wealth of information in Fondren's collections. It is not a comprehensive list. Also consult the general guide to History Resources
    Indexes can be used to locate articles by topic, title, or author. Other general indexes which may also include relevant information can be found on the page. online
    Online Indexes
    African American Newspapers: The 19th Century Full Text
    This collection of African-American Newspapers contains a wealth of information about cultural life and history during the 1800s. It also contains large numbers of early biographies, vital statistics, essays and editorials, poetry and prose, and advertisements, all of which embody the African-American experience. This database will ultimately contain the complete text of the major African-American newspapers published in the United States during the 19th century.

    America: History and Life
    Covers the history of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. This extensive database indexes over 2,000 journals published worldwide. In addition to covering all key English-language historical journals, this database indexes selected historical journals from major countries, state and local history journals, and a targeted selection of hundreds of journals in the social sciences and humanities. (1964-)

    89. African And African American Studies
    Registrar Home Page ORC Table of Contents Go directly to... African and African American Studies Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures Anthropology Art History Biochemistry Biological Sciences Chemistry Classics College Courses Comparative Literature Computer Science Earth Sciences Economics Education English Engineering Sciences Environmental Studies Program Film and Television Studies French and Italian Languages and Literatures Genetics Geography German Studies Government History Humanities Human Biology Jewish Studies Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies Linguistics and Cognitive Science Mathematics and Social Sciences Mathematics Microbiology and Immunology Music Native American Studies Program Public Policy Minor Pharmacology and Toxicology Philosophy Physiology Physics and Astronomy Psychological and Brain Sciences Religion Russian Language and Literature Studio Art Science Sociology Social Science Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures Speech Theater Women's and Gender Studies Program African and African American Studies Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures ... Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies

    90. Courses For Bachelor's Degrees And Certificates
    An introduction to the plays by major 20th century African American playwrights SitesAZ Search Northwestern University School of Continuing studies 339 East

    91. College Of Arts & Sciences 2002-2003
    The College of Arts and sciences offers an interdisciplinary minor in AfricanAmericanstudies which provides students with an understanding of the many facets
    African-American Studies
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    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.

    92. UNM LibrariesAfrican American Studies
    Online resource for scholars, teachers and students in the Humanities and socialsciences. Internet Resources for African American studies; Multicultural Paths

    93. African American Studies-Astronomy
    African American studies African American studies 5B (4 units), African AmericanLife and Culture in the United States (Banks) This class was very thought
    Resource Index Berkeley NSS ... Surveys Recommended classes
    Students want to know, "What's a good class?" So those of us at New Student Services did what we couldwe asked over 1800 undergraduates for their opinions, and the following is what they said. You also might want to check out these student hosted web sites: www.reshall and Note: If the professor's name is in color, it means that he or she has received a Distinguished Teaching Award (up to five people from the entire faculty are selected each year, so this is a big deal). If you ever want to drop in for office hours check out this section on How to talk to faculty. Check the online Schedule of Classes for more information about a specific class ( Recommend a class to Resource! Fill out the recommended classes survey and suggest a class to new students. African American Studies - Astronomy Biology - Classics Cognitive Science - Engineering English - Environmental Sciences ... Public Health - Women's Studies African American Studies
    African American Studies 5B (4 units), African American Life and Culture in the United States (Banks): "This class was very thought-provoking; it challenged me to look at who I am in a different light." "Although I've only been in the class for a few weeks, this class has made me look at the educational and social aspects of every day life and compare it to the material we cover in class. Lecture is very interactive. Professor Banks constantly poses questions for us to ponder and answer. Discussion can get so intense that sometimes I don't even take notes."

    94. Penn State Undergraduate Admissions — Baccalaureate Degrees
    Baccalaureate Majors African and African American studies (BA), Africanand African American studies (BA) College of the Liberal Arts.

    95. Internet Resources, Social Sciences Department, Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh
    Social sciences Internet Resources in the Social sciences. African AmericanStudies. Gateway to African American History US Department
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    96. Center For African And African American Studies
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    "The Future of African and African American Religious Studies"
    With the early twentieth century writings of figures such as W. E. B. DuBois and Carter Woodson, a systematic concern with the nature and meaning of African American religious thought and experience was established as a legitimate mode of academic discourse. The work done by scholars in this field has given the religious experience and expression of African Americans much deserved standing within the Academy, with numerous new scholars emerging from graduate programs every year.
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    97. JSTOR: African American Review
    a lively exchange among writers and scholars in the arts, humanities, and socialsciences who hold diverse perspectives on African American literature and
    African American Review
    (continues Black American Literature Forum JSTOR coverage: Vols. 26-33, 1992-1999
    Please read JSTOR's "Terms and Conditions of Use" before you begin. Search this journal Browse this journal
    Journal Information for African American Review
    Publisher Indiana State University Moving Wall As the official publication of the Division on Black American Literature and Culture of the Modern Language Association, the quarterly journal African American Review promotes a lively exchange among writers and scholars in the arts, humanities, and social sciences who hold diverse perspectives on African American literature and culture. Between 1967 and 1976, the journal appeared under the title Negro American Literature Forum and for the next fifteen years was titled Black American Literature Forum . In 1992, African American Review changed its name for a third time and expanded its mission to include the study of a broader array of cultural formations. Currently, the journal prints essays on African American literature, theatre, film, the visual arts, and culture generally; interviews; poetry; fiction; and book reviews. AAR has received three American Literary Magazine Awards for Editorial Content in the 1990s.

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