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New perspectives on Black studies,

Author: John W Blassingame
Publisher: Urbana, University of Illinois Press [1971]
Series: Illini book.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John W Blassingame
ISBN: 0252001354 9780252001352
OCLC Number: 215154
Description: xx, 243 p. 21 cm.
Contents: What should be the role of Afro-American education in the undergraduate curriculum? By N. Hare. --
Ghetto and gown: the birth of Black studies, by R. A. Fischer. --
Black studies: bringing back the person, by J. Jordan. --
Erased, debased, and encased: the dynamics of African educational colonization in America, by M. Russell. --
The case for Black studies, by D. E. Pentony. --
Race and reform, by E. L. Johnson. --
Ghetto Blacks and college policy, by J. J. Cardoso. --
Black studies: trouble ahead, by E. D. Genovese. --
A charade of power: Black students at white colleges, by K. B. Clark. --
Black studies at Antioch, by S. Lythcott. --
The road to the top is through higher education, not Black studies, by W. A. Lewis. --
Black studies: an intellectual crisis, by J. W. Blassingame. --
Black culture/white teacher, by C. R. Stimpson. --
The teaching of Afro-American literature, by D. T. Turner. --
Black history in the college curriculum, by J. E. Schneider and R. L Zangrando. --
Black studies and the role of the historian, by J. W. Blassingame. --
A model Afro-American studies program: the results of a survey, by J. W. Blassingame. --
Selected bibliography (p. 241-243)
Series Title: Illini book.
Responsibility: edited by John W. Blassingame.

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