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ntl Ree AFROCENTRICITY AND KNOWLEDGE MOLEF1 KETE ASANTE Co om ee oe ee ee | 3.1892 PB §. Ho. project of forging a new discipline out of the many strands of Black Studies. Like his previous works, this is a profound statement of the Afrocentrle perspective, 4 ‘sante's book Kemet, Afrocentriity, and Knowledge continues his Tsehloane Keto, Ph.D., Dicector of Graduate Studies, Department of African American Studies, Temple Universty. ‘This volume isa joy o read. I Is accessible to anyone because of ts richly textured images, ideas, and concepts. Iis filed with intellectual allusions and, rae insight into African culture. | find this book truly refreshing. Nilgua Anadota Okur, Ph.D., American Studies, tznic University, Turkey. ‘This book addresses the most Important theoretical and methodological questions facing the dacipline of Arcan American Studies, Asante’s point i that Aficology is a discipline, not a group of courses related only in their subject matter, He makes a phenomenal advance in our conceptualization, Pateick D. Bellegarde-Smith,Ph,D,, Chair, Department of ‘Afro-American Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, f Molef Kete Asante i chairperson ofthe Temple Universty Department of ‘African American Studies and a leading figure in the Afrocentrism School. He isthe author of twenty-five books, including Afroceniriiy. He is coedtor ‘with Kariamu Welsh Asante of African Culture: The Rhythms of Unity, Africa World Press, Inc. @ By cyan | Trenton, New Jersey 08607 é _ MOLEFI KETE ASANTE ee Kemet, Afrocentricity and Knowledge Africa World Press, Inc. P.0. Box 1892 Trenton, New Jersey 08607