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Title The African American studies reader / edited by Nathaniel Norment, Jr.
Imprint Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, [2001]

Subject African Americans -- Study and teaching.
African Americans -- Congresses.
Blacks -- Study and teaching.
Blacks -- Congresses.
Description xlii, 774 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 713-720) and index.
ISBN 0890896402
OCLC # 47981291
Table of Contents
1The Case for Black Studies / De Vere E. Pentony6
2Questions and Answers About Black Studies / Nathan Hare13
3Black Studies: An Intellectual Crisis / John W. Blassingame22
4Reflections on Structure and Content in Black Studies / Martin Kilson31
5The Field and Function of Black Studies / James B. Stewart41
6Black Studies: An Overview / Darlene Clark Hine50
7Black Studies: Discipline or Field of Study? / Philip T. K. Daniel58
8Classifying Black Studies Programs / Carlos A. Brossard65
9Black Studies: A Discussion of Evaluation / LeRoi R. Ray, Jr.79
10What Direction Black Studies? / Donald Henderson90
11African-American Studies and the State of the Art / Russell L. Adams103
12Black Women's Studies: Threat or Challenge? / Charles P. Henry, Frances Smith Foster128
13Black Women's Studies: The Interface of Women's Studies and Black Studies / Beverly Guy-Sheftall137
14The Politics of Black Women's Studies / Gloria T. Hull, Barbara Smith144
15Womanist Issues in Black Studies: Toward Integrating Africana Womanism into Africana Studies / Delores P. Aldridge157
16The Social Construction of Black Feminist Thought / Patricia Hill Collins167
17But Who Do You Really Belong To - Black Studies or Women's Studies? / Barbara Christian183
18Early Black Studies Movements / Lawrence Crouchett192
19Black Studies at San Francisco State / John H. Bunzel199
20The Coming of Age of Black Studies / Vivian V. Gordon212
21The Struggle and Dream of Black Studies / Carlene Young221
22Black Studies in Historical Perspective / Ronald Bailey229
23The Black Studies Movement: Afrocentric-Traditionalist-Feminist Paradigms for the Next Stage / Darlene Clark Hine239
24Afro-American Studies / Nathan I. Huggins248
25What Happened to Black Studies? / St. Clair Drake265
26Black Studies and the Problematic of Paradigm: The Philosophical Dimension / Maulana Karenga282
27Optimal Theory and the Philosophical and Academic Origins of Black Studies / Linda James Myers295
28Intellectual Questions and Imperatives in the Development of Afro-American Studies / Russell L. Adams303
29The Intellectual and Institutional Development of African Studies / Robert L. Harris, Jr.321
30The Status of Black Studies in the Second Decade: The Ideological Imperative / Tilden LeMelle327
31African American Studies: The Future of the Discipline / Molefi Kete Asante337
32Reaching for Higher Ground: Toward an Understanding of Black/Africana Studies / James B. Stewart349
33Theory Building in Black Studies / Philip T. K. Daniel372
34Black Studies: Overview and Theoretical Perspectives / Talmadge Anderson380
35Toward a Paradigm of Unity in Black Studies / Abdul Alkalimat391
36The Afrocentric Metatheory and Disciplinary Implications / Molefi Kete Asante408
37Articulating the Distinction Between Black Studies and the Study of Blacks: The Fundamental Role of Culture and the African-Centered Worldview / Daudi Ajani ya Azibo420
38Africology: Normative Theory / Lucius Outlaw442
39Black Studies: A Political Perspective / Mike Thelwell464
40The Political Nature of Black Studies Departments and Programs / J. Owens Smith472
41Toward a New Role and Function of Black Studies in White and Historically Black Institutions / Delores P. Aldridge484
42Politics of the Attack on Black Studies / Robert L. Allen491
43Black Studies and Global Perspectives: An Essay / St. Clair Drake497
44Black Studies: Education for Liberation / William H. McClendon509
45Critical Issues in Black Studies: A Selective Analysis / Alan K. Colon520
46Critical Issues in Black Studies / Ronald Walters528
47Black Studies: Trouble Ahead / Eugene D. Genovese538
48White Experts, Black Experts, and Black Studies / Pat M. Ryan544
49The Black College as Focus for Black Studies / Nick Aaron Ford554
50Afrocentricity: Problems of Method and Nomenclature / Erskine Peters565
51White Colleges and the Future of Black Studies / Nick Aaron Ford585
52Taking Stock: African American Studies at the Edge of the 21st Century / Floyd W. Hayes III593
53Black Studies Curriculum Development in the 1980s: Its Patterns and History / Gerald A. McWorter, Ronald Bailey614
54Black Studies: A Survey of Models and Curricula / William D. Smith631
55Black Studies Consortia: A Proposal / Gloria I. Joseph641
56Toward the Evolution of a Unitary Discipline: Maximizing the Interdisciplinary Concept in African/Afro-American Studies / Karla J. Spurlock647
57The Importance of Black Studies for Science and Technology Policy / William M. King653
58Computers and Black Studies: Toward the Cognitive Revolution [et al.] / Melvin Hendrix, James H. Bracy, John A. Davis660
59The Institute of the Black World, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Center, Atlanta, Georgia / Vincent Harding, Jr.668
60Teaching Black Studies for Social Change / James A. Banks672
61Black Studies and Africana Studies Curriculum Model in the United States / William A. Little, Carolyn M. Leonard, Edward Crosby691
 Selected Bibliography713
 Glossary of Biographies721

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