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Encyclopedia of Black studies / editors, Molefi Kete Asante, Ama Mazama.

Book Book (c2005.)
Description: xxxii, 531 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, c2005.
0 of 2 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries). (Show all copies)
0 of 1 copy available at Phillips Academy.
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  • ISBN: 076192762X (cloth edition)
General Note: "A Sage reference publication".
Bibliography, etc.: Includes bibliographical references (p. 491-506) and index.
Contents: Accommodationism -- Affirmative Action -- Africa World Press -- African Aesthetic -- African Americans -- African Americans and American Communism -- African American Oratory -- African American Studies, Temple University -- African American Studies: The First Doctoral Program -- African American Studies: Graduate Studies for the 21st Century -- African American Studies: The Indian Perspective -- African Burial Ground Project -- African Cosmology -- African Dance in the United States -- African Demographics -- African Epistemology -- African Ethnic Groups -- African Liberation Day -- African Philosophy -- African Renaissance -- African Studies Association -- African Worldview Theory -- Africana Womanism -- Africological Enterprise -- Africology -- Africology: Opposition -- Afrocentric Creed -- Afrocentric Criticism -- Afrocentric Education -- The Afrocentric Idea -- The Afrocentric Paradigm -- The Afrocentric Scholar -- Afrocentric Schools -- Afrocentric Social Work -- Afrocentricity -- Afrocultural Theory -- Afronography -- All-African People's Revolutionary Party -- American Anti-Slavery Society -- American Civil War -- American Colonization Society -- American Negro Academy -- Amistad Research Center -- Amsterdam News -- An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World -- Ancestor Veneration -- Ancient Egyptian Studies Movement -- Antilynching Campaign -- Antiracist Philosophy -- Apollo Theatre -- Associated Publishers -- Association of Black Psychologists -- Ausar Auset Society -- The Autobiography of Malcolm X -- Axum Empire -- Back-to-Africa Movement -- Before the Mayflower -- The Birth of a Nation -- Black Anglo-Saxons -- Black Arts Movement -- Black Athena -- Black Atlantic -- Black Church -- Black Codes -- Black Consciousness Movement -- Black Existentialism -- Black Feminist Thought -- The Black Jacobins -- The Black Manifesto -- Black Nationalism -- Black Panther Party for Self-Defense -- Black Philosophy -- Black Politics -- Black Power Conference of Newark, New Jersey -- Black Power Movement -- The Black Scholar -- Black Skin, White Masks -- Black Studies -- Black Studies, City College of New York -- Black Studies, Kent State University -- Black Studies, Names Controversy -- Black Studies, Wellesley College -- Black Theology -- Blaxploitation Films -- Blues -- Broadside Press -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka -- Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands -- Capoeira -- Caribbean -- Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection -- Cheikh Anta Diop International Conference -- Christianity -- Class and Caste -- Class Struggle -- Code Noir -- Compromise of 1850 -- Congress of African Peoples -- Congress of Racial Equality -- Congressional Black Caucus -- Consciencism -- Consciousness -- Council of Independent Black Institutions -- Creole -- Creolization -- The Crisis -- The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual -- Cultural Genocide -- Curse of the Door of No Return -- Dark Ghetto -- The Destruction of Black Civilization -- Diaspora -- Diopian Historiography -- Dislocation -- Dream Team -- Ebonics -- Education and Black Studies -- Elder Scholars -- Emancipation Proclamation -- Enslavement Resistance -- Ethiopianism -- Ethnic Notions -- Eurocentrism -- European Slave Trade -- Exodusters -- Family -- Fanonian Concept of Violence -- Festivals -- Fisk Jubilee Singers -- Forty Acres and a Mule -- Freedom Songs -- Freedom Summer -- Gabriel Prosser's Revolt -- Ghana Empire -- Haitian Revolution -- Highlander Folk School -- Hip-Hop -- Imperialism -- Indigeniste Movement -- Institute of Positive Education -- Institute of the Black World -- Introduction to Black Studies -- Invisible Man -- Islam -- Jazz -- Jim Crow -- Johnson Publishing Company -- Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies -- Journal of African Civilizations -- Journal of Black Studies -- Journal of Negro History -- The Karamu House -- Kawaida -- Kemet, Afrocentricity and Knowledge -- Kiswahili Movement -- Ku Klux Klan -- Kush -- Kwanzaa -- Last Poets -- Letter from the Birmingham Jail -- "Lift Every Voice and Sing" -- Lucumi Tradition -- Lynching -- Maat -- Mali Empire -- March on Washington -- Laveau, Marie -- Maroon Societies -- Mdw Nt̲r -- Melanin Theory -- Messianism -- Middle Passage -- The Mis-Education of the Negro -- Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party -- Montgomery Bus Boycott -- Moorish Science Temple of America -- Moynihan Report -- Multicultural Education -- Narratives of the Enslaved -- Nat Turner's Rebellion -- Nation of Islam -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People -- National Black Political Convention, Gary, Indiana -- National Black United Fund -- National Council for Black Studies -- National Negro Congress -- National Urban League -- Négritude -- Negro -- Negro Convention Movement -- Neocolonialism -- New Deal -- The New Negro -- Nguzo Saba -- Nommo -- North Star -- Nubia -- Obeah -- Odu Ifa -- Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life -- Oral Tradition -- Organization of Afro-American Unity -- Oyo Empire -- Patriarchy -- The Philadelphia Negro -- The Pittsburgh Courier -- Plessy v. Ferguson -- Popular Traditional African Religions Everywhere (PTARE) -- Protest Pressure -- The Psychopathic Racial Personality -- PUSH -- Rastafarianism -- Reconstruction -- Red Summer -- Reggae -- Reparations -- Republic of New Afrika -- Revolutionary Action Movement -- Ring Shout -- Root Doctor -- Sankofa -- Santería -- Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture -- Scottsboro Case -- Slave Route -- Songhay Empire -- Soul -- The Souls of Black Folk -- Southern Christian Leadership Conference -- Spirituals -- Stolen Legacy -- Stono Rebellion -- Talented Tenth -- Temple Circle -- Their Eyes Were Watching God -- They Came Before Columbus -- Third World Press -- Two Cradle Theory -- Umfundalai -- Underground Railroad -- Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Us -- U.S. Constitution, Thirteenth Amendment -- U.S. Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment -- U.S. Constitution, Fifteenth Amendment -- Vesey's Conspiracy -- Vodu -- Watts Prophets -- Watts Rebellion of 1965 -- Westernization -- The World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance -- The Wretched of the Earth -- Yoruba Tradition -- Appendix I: Chronology of the Most Notable Books, Scholars, and Events in Black Studies -- Appendix II: Advanced Degree-Granting Programs -- Appendix III: Major Journals in Black Studies
Authors: Asante, Molefi K., 1942- (Added Author). Mazama, Ama, 1961- (Added Author).

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Asante, Molefi K. "Encyclopedia of Black studies." Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2005.

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