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e-Black Studies: Introduction to Afro-American Studies, A PEOPLES COLLEGE PRIMER

e-Black Studies: Introduction to Afro-American Studies, A PEOPLES COLLEGE PRIMER

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RETHINKING THEORY IN BLACK STUDIES
Site established February 21, 2000 / Edited by Abdul Alkalimat mcworter@illinois.edu
With: Introduction to Afro-American Studies
A PEOPLES COLLEGE PRIMER

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RETHINKING THEORY IN BLACK STUDIES
Site established February 21, 2000 / Edited by Abdul Alkalimat mcworter@illinois.edu
With: Introduction to Afro-American Studies
A PEOPLES COLLEGE PRIMER

Web 2.0 Conversion and formatting for study, sharing and download by RBG Communiversity

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Rethinking
UIUC Public Lecture Series / Fall 2011
 
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IdeologySeptember 27:
 
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TraditionNovember 8:
 
 
BLACK
 
STUDIES
 
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This site established February 21, 2000 / Edited byAbdul Alkalimatmcworter@illinois dot edu
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Introduction to Afro-American StudiesA PEOPLES COLLEGE PRIMER
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THEORY IN BLACK STUDIES
 
 
 
Abdul Alkalimat and AssociatesTwenty-first Century Books and Publications, Chicago (6th Edition)© TCB Chicago 1984 - 2009 | TCBCHGO@aol.com
 
Introduction to Afro-American StudiesA PEOPLES COLLEGE PRIMER
Web 2.0 conversion and formatting for study, sharing and download byRBG Communiversity
 
 
 
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The following Hypertext Table of Contents will open the HTML source pages at e-Black Studies. The RBG mirror text will immediately follow.
Contents
 
 ...................................................................v List of Tables ...................................................................xii 
1.INTRODUCTION.................................................. 1
 
 Afro-American Studies:,Who, What, Why, for WhomIntellectual History ..............................................William 'Edward Burghart DuBois .......................Carter Godwin Woodson ................................Edward Franklin Frazier ..................................Langston Hughes ............................................The Disciplines .................................................The Movement ................................................Innovation ......................................................Experimentation .............................................Institutionalization ..........................................The Text .........................................................Biology and Race .............................................Political Economy and Class ..............................Society and Nationality .....................................Ideology and Consciousness ................................
 
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 Africa: The Continent and Its' People .....................Production ......................................................Politics ..........................................................Religion ..........................................................Education .......................................................Women and the Family .................................Culture ..........................................................The European Penetration ..............................Colonialism and Imperialism in Africa ......................
 
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