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  1. Problems of African American Education in Literature and Film: A study of African American education from the time of enslavement to the present by Christiane Höggerl, 2010-07-16
  2. A Turbulent Voyage: Readings in African American Studies by Floyd W. Hayes, 2000-05-01
  3. White Money/Black Power: The Surprising History of African American Studies and the Crisis of Race in Higher Education by Noliwe M. Rooks, 2007-05-15
  4. Improving the Quality of Education for African-american Males: A Study of America's Urban Schools by George R. Taylor, T. Phillips, 2006-04-30
  5. Sankofa: African Thought and Education (Studies in African and African-American Culture, Vol 11) by Elleni Tedla, 1995-05
  6. Elijah Muhammad on African American Education: A Guide for African and Black Studies Programs (African American Educator Series, V. 1) by Mwalimu I. Mwadilifu, E. Curtis Alexander, 1989-12
  7. An Empirical Analysis Of The Impact Of Skin Color On African-American Education, Income, And Occupation (Black Studies) by Ronald E. Hall, 2005-05-30
  8. White Money/Black Power: The Surprising History of African American Studies and the Crisis of Race and Higher Education by Noliwe M. Rooks, 2006-02-01
  9. The Charles H Parrishes: Pioneers in African American Religion and Education 1880-1989 (Black Studies) by Lawrence H. Williams, 2003-04
  10. Leading Issues in African-American Studies by Nikongo BaNikongo, 1997-08-01
  11. The Evolution of African American Studies by James L. Conyers, 1994-12-20
  12. Black Power in the Suburbs: The Myth or Reality of African-American Suburban Political Incorporation (Suny Series in African American Studies) by Valerie C. Johnson, 2002-09-26
  13. Both Sides Now: The Story of School Desegregation's Graduates (The George Gund Foundation Imprint in African American Studies) by Amy Stuart Wells, 2009-01-20
  14. White Money/Black Power The Surprising History of African American Studies and the Crisis of Race in Higher Education.(Book review): An article from: Journal of Pan African Studies by Ibram Rogers, 2008-03-01

1. Ndsu Library Bookmarks: Tags: African-american-studies Education
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2. Detailed Information About Indiana University Bloomington
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3. Undergraduate Program - African & African American Studies - Stanford University
Introduction. AAAS Director Michele Elam discusses the value of an African African American Studies education.
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By Michele Elam "Obama’s Mixed Race Politics" in PDF We aim to provide students with an outstanding, rigorous, and engaging intellectual experience in which students acquire analytic skills grounded in a traditional discipline as well as interdisciplinary skills of investigation and research. African American Studies offers training of special interest to those considering admission to graduate or professional schools and careers in education, literary studies journalism, law, business, international relations, politics, psychology, anthropology, social science, theatre, performing arts and cultural studies, among many others. It is fitting that we pursue these goals in conjunction with Stanford’s Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, to underscore the connectedness of, and intra-ethnic dynamics between, African Americans and many other groups and peoples. How To Declare a Major or Minor Undergraduate Requirements
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4. Purdue Experts Can Comment On Affirmative Action Case
June 20, 2003. Purdue experts can comment on affirmative action case. Experts in political science, AfricanAmerican studies, education, business and engineering will be
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Purdue experts can comment
on affirmative action case
Experts in political science, African-American studies, education, business and engineering will be available to speak to the media both before and after the Supreme Court announces its decision regarding the University of Michigan affirmative action case.
Political Science
Judson Jeffries , a political science expert in the 1960s civil right movements and African-American politics, can talk about the affirmative action case. Jeffries is the author of "Virginia's Native Son," the story of the first black American to be elected a U.S. governor. He also authored "Huey P. Newton Radical Theorist." CONTACT: (765) 494-7604, Jeffries@polscie.purdue.edu William McLauchlan, a political science expert in constitutional law and civil rights and liberties, will be available to speak about the Supreme Court decision on the University of Michigan case. He will be available after June 23 for interviews. His research interests focus on the legal profession and judicial politics. CONTACT: McLauchlan, (765) 494-4171

5. African-American Studies | Education.com
Information on education and child development for parents and educators. AfricanAmerican studies (also known as black studies) is an
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6. Patricia Clark, Director Of African, Suny Oswego | Spoke
Patricia Clark TitleAssistant Professor Director of African AfricanAmerican Studies EducationB.A., M.A. Syracuse University, PhD. Miami University Area(s) of InterestAfrican
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7. Graduate Program | African American Studies | Yale University
Graduate Program. Director of Graduate Studies Hazel Carby 203.432.1170. History and Structure. In 199394, African American Studies developed a unique graduate
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Yale University
Graduate Program
Director of Graduate Studies:
Hazel Carby
History and Structure
In 1993-94, African American Studies developed a unique graduate program in cooperation with a number of other departments and programs across the University. This program, which grew out of the M.A. program that African and African American studies had launched in 1978, now offers a Joint Doctoral Degree in African American Studies and another field or discipline. The program became a department in July 2000. African American Studies offers a combined Ph.D. in conjunction with several other departments and programs. Departments and programs which currently offer a combined Ph.D. with African American Studies are: American Studies Anthropology English Film Studies ... Sociology , and Spanish and Portuguese.
Special Admissions Requirements Strong undergraduate preparation in a discipline related to African American studies, writing sample, description of the fields of interest to be pursued in the combined degree program. To be considered for admission to this combined degree program, applicants must indicate both African American Studies and one of the participating departments/programs listed above. Additionally, please indicate both African American Studies and the second department/program on all supporting documents (personal statement, letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc.).

8. Web Page - RethaHall, The CPCC Virtual Campus - Central Piedmont Community Coll
Additional courses taken in African American Studies, Education and Counseling Educational Experience Collection Development, Library Instruction, Program Development in public
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9. Ethnic Studies > African American Studies > Education
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10. UT To Expand African American Studies | Education & Training > Education Systems
Starting in the fall , the University of Texas will be home to the state's only African American studies department, officials said Wednesday .The establishment of the Department
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11. Oberlin College Course Catalog
African American Studies Education London Program Anthropology. Emerging Arts Mathematics
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College of Arts and Sciences Catalog Main Page General Information College of Arts and Sciences Conservatory of Music Double Degree Program Other Links Course Syllabi Registrar's Office Office/Departmental Directory Arts and Sciences Main Page ... Requirements and Information (graduation requirements, transfer of credit, etc.) African American Studies Education London Program Anthropology ... Film (Theater and Dance) Philosophy Biochemistry (Chemistry) French (French and Italian) Physics Biology Geology Politics ... Chinese (East Asian Studies) Greek (Classics) Quantitative Proficiency Classics Hispanic Studies Religion ... Italian (French and Italian) Russian and East European Studies Computer Science Japanese (East Asian Studies) Sociology Creative Writing Jewish Studies Strasbourg Program ... Dance (Theater and Dance) Latin American Studies Theater and Dance East Asian Studies Latin (Classics)

12. UB Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011: African And African American Studies: Degree
African American Studies/Education Minor Acceptance Criteria. Minimum GPA of 3.0 overall. Before attempting this minor, students must
http://undergrad-catalog.buffalo.edu/academicprograms/aas_degrees.shtml
@import url(../css/screen.css); Skip to Main Content Search the catalog Print Options Program Overview About The Program Policies Degree Requirements Courses Faculty Career Information Create Printable Page Home Academic Programs African And African American Studies
Degrees Offered Undergraduate : BA
Graduate : MA, PhD American Studies
Degree Options
The department encourages students to complete either a joint or double major or a double degree.
Joint Major- Students complete 67 percent of the requirements of both departments.
Double Major- Students complete all requirements of both departments.
Double Degree- Students complete 30 credit hours above the bachelor-level requirements.
Advisement
Students who have advanced placement credit in African and African American Studies may substitute those courses for comparable AAS courses.
Transfer Policy
Students who wish to transfer to the University at Buffalo and pursue a major in African and African American Studies must first be accepted by the university's admissions office before applying to the department. Students are referred by Student Advising Services to this department so that all transfer credits can be evaluated and applied. The UB Department of African and African American Studies attempts to keep current with the curricular offerings of a number of feeder institutions. Because these offerings are subject to change, however, transfer students are advised to bring course descriptions and syllabi to the director of undergraduate studies.

13. Nagueyalti Warren | Emory College Of Arts And Sciences
Official site for the undergraduate school of arts and sciences at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Emory College combines the personal engagement and excellent teaching of a
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14. Mary, Wayfarer: An Autobiography (Chapel Hill Books) By Mary E. Mebane - Powell'
rural North Carolina; segregation; poverty; racism; autobiography; black woman; Chapel Hill Books; African American Studies; education; South; high school teacher; black freedom
http://www.powells.com/biblio?isbn=9780807848227

15. Oberlin College Course Catalog
African American Studies. Education. Law and Society Anthropology. Emerging Arts
http://www.oberlin.edu/catalog04/college.html

16. Sharon Johnson
Sharon also serves as the Library Liaison to the African American Studies, Education, Social Work, and Sociology Departments.
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17. Nicole Maskiell - LinkedIn
Research and Faculty Assistant at Harvard University Department of African and African American Studies Education
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18. African Americans And Community Engagement In Higher Education
African Americans and Community Engagement in Higher Education Community African American Studies Education Sociology
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19. The Road To Brown - Educational Media Reviews Online (EMRO)
African American Studies, Education, Human Rights, Biography Reviewed by Katherine Parsons, Information Literacy Outreach Librarian, Bronx Community College
http://libweb.lib.buffalo.edu/emro/emroDetail.asp?Number=1586

20. Background
Faculty and professional staff come from the fields of computer science, African American studies, education, geography, women’s studies, government
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Mission Statement Statement on Families From the Director About IFS Background
The Institute consists of faculty from departments and colleges throughout the University of South Carolina and practitioners from the human services and related fields. The Institute consists of thirty-nine faculty and professional staff, seven support staff, eight graduate students, and a number of affiliated faculty. Faculty and professional staff come from the fields of computer science, African American studies, education, geography, womens studies, government, journalism, law, medicine, nursing, public health, psychology, social work, and sociology. Many faculty members have significant experience as practitioners and administrators in their fields. The Institute is located at the University of South Carolina in Columbia and is adjacent to the state capitol and executive offices. Based at the main campus of the USC system, it is able to draw on the resources of the states only doctoral programs in social work, public health, sociology, economics, psychology, and journalism as well as the states only law school and the Universitys School of Medicine to study families and communities and design ways to address their needs. Proximity to government offices and the headquarters of nonprofits facilitates its work with those organizations and reflects its role as a bridge between academia and the community.

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