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Contemporary Africana theory, thought, and action : a guide to Africana studies

Author: Clenora Hudson-Weems
Publisher: Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, ©2007.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Clenora Hudson-Weems
ISBN: 159221309X 9781592213092 1592213103 9781592213108
OCLC Number: 123119607
Description: xii, 476 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Africana thought-action : an authenticating paradigm for Africana studies / Clenora Hudson-Weems --
Afrocentricity and transformation : understanding a movement / Molefi Kete Asante --
Kush and Kemet : the pillars of African-centered thought / Jacob Carruthers --
Black male/female relationships : the Lens model / Delores P. Aldridge --
Africana womanism and the critical need for Africana theory and thought / Clenora Hudson-Weems --
William Leo Hansberry and African studies beginnings in the United States / Kwame Alford --
Africology : from social movement to academic discipline / William E. Nelson, Jr --
Africology : considerations concerning a discipline / Winston A. Van Horne --
Foundations of a "jazz" theory of Africana studies / James B. Stewart --
The Garvey aesthetic / Tony Martin --
Legacy revisited : visual art and the Black liberation struggle / H. Ike Okafor-Newsum --
Critical theory and problems of canonicity in African American literature / Richard K. Barksdale --
Global Africa and comparative leadership : Walter Rodney, Julius K. Nyerere and Martin Luther King, Jr. / Ali A. Mazrui --
Emmett Till : the modern civil rights movement / Clenora Hudson-Weems --
Ebonics : re-claiming and re-defining our language / Robert L. Williams --
Politico-psychological control and oppression of Blacks through the media / Talmadge Anderson --
From Africa to Afrocentric innovations some call jazz / Karlton Edward Hester --
Nommo/self-naming, self-defining, and the history of Africana womanism / Clenora Hudson-Weems --
Africana womanism : the coming of age / Daphne Ntiri-Quenum --
Africana womanism, an African legacy : it ain't easy being a queen / Barbara A. Wheeler --
Frances Watkins Harper : eminent pre-Africana womanist / Anne Steiner --
Common bonds from Africa to the U.S. : Africana womanist literary analysis / Betty Taylor Thompson --
Gloria Naylor's Mama day : an Africana womanist reading / Adele S. Newson-Horst --
Tragic ambivalence : African American confusion regarding economic self-interest / Robert E. Weems, Jr --
Education for liberation : public Black colleges under siege : desegregation versus affirmative action / Alvin O. Chambliss, Jr --
Confronting racialized bioethics : the new contract on Black America / Maria K. Mootry --
Reparation phase III : re-instituting the primary collective vision/will of African Americans / Obedike Kamau --
Nguzo saba (the seven principles) / Maulana Karenga --
Epilogue : the paradox is in the paradigm : the "bell curve," another entity in the legacy of American oppression / Irene Thompson --
Afterword / Mark Christian.
Responsibility: edited by Clenora Hudson-Weems.
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