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  1. Beaches, Blood, and Ballots: A Black Doctor’s Civil Rights Struggle (Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies) by M.D.Gilbert R. Mason, James Patterson Smith, 2007-06-11
  2. African Americans in the Military (Black Studies Research Sources)
  3. Bibliographic sources for African military studies: Paper prepared for the meeting of the American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch, Flagstaff, Arizona, 11-13 August 1977 by Joseph P Smaldone, 1977
  4. African American Voices from Iwo Jima: Personal Accounts of the Battle by Clarence E. Willie, 2010-07-07
  5. The 761st Black Panther Tank Battalion in World War II: An Illustrated History of the First African American Armored Unit to See Combat by Joe Wilson Jr., Julius W. Becton Jr. (Foreword), et all 2006-07-17
  6. War and Race: The Black Officer in the American Military, 1915-1941 (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Gerald Wilson Patton, 1981-10-27
  7. The Right to Fight: A History of African Americans in the Military by Gerald Astor, 2001-04-24
  8. Black Yanks in the Pacific: Race in the Making of American Military Empire after World War II (The United States in the World) by Michael Cullen Green, 2010-10-14
  9. Buffalo Soldiers: African American Troops in the US forces 1866-1945 (General Military) by Ron Field, Alexander Bielakowski, 2008-11-18
  10. Blacks in the American Armed Forces, 1776-1983: A Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Afro-American and African Studies)
  11. Slave and Soldier: The Military Impact of Blacks in the Colonial Americas (Studies in African American History and Culture) by Peter M. Voelz, 1993-03-01
  12. Black Sailors: Afro-American Merchant Seamen and Whalemen Prior to the Civil War (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Martha S. Putney, 1987-05-14
  13. African American Soldiers in the National Guard: Recruitment and Deployment During Peacetime and War (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by Charles Johnson, 1992-08-30
  14. Capital and the State in Nigeria (Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies) by John F.E. Ohiorhenuan, 1989-08-23

1. Answers.com - What Was Emilys Impact On American Liturature
States News Service; May 13, 2010; 700+ Words results have had a direct impact on her chosen career s degree in African American studies. Military service UWMadison
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_was_emilys_impact_on_american_liturature

2. Books Fall/Winter 2010 By The University Of North Carolina Press
african american studies military history torchbearers of democracy african american soldiers in the world war i era chad l williams race nation manhood and citizenship in the
http://www.who-sells-it.com/cy/the-university-of-north-carolina-press-4348/books

3. University Press Of Kentucky
Many black soldiers serving in the U.S......Subjects History WWII, African American Studies;Military
http://www.kentuckypress.com/viewbook.cfm?Category_ID=1&Group=2&ID=925

4. RELEASE: Interesting Spring 2010 Graduates
The academic baton was passed and Henry will wear that cap and gown on May 16 when she graduates from UWMadison with a bachelor's degree in African American studies. Military
http://www.news.wisc.edu/releases/16045
UW-Madison Home News from UW-Madison Search term: Submit search: UW-Madison News Releases University Communications
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FROM: University Communications, 608-262-9406, dchaptman@wisc.edu
RE: INTERESTING SPRING 2010 GRADUATES The class of 2010 will produce a number of noteworthy graduates who did great things with their experience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In advance of this weekend's commencement and to assist in your coverage, we have profiled a few of their successes:
She helps science, and science helps her Contact: Deborah Seiler, dseiler@wisc.edu Being profoundly deaf didn't stop Deborah Seiler from enjoying a collegiate swimming career. Arriving in Madison without financial support or a place to live posed more of a challenge. Through setbacks that affected her life in and out of the classroom, Seiler's energy and enthusiasm have inspired those around her. She will graduate with a master of science degree in Environment and Resources from the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. Originally from the northern California town of Auburn, Seiler studies Facebook - specifically, the role of online social networks in grassroots conservation outreach. Though her research could have taken place in one of several departments, she values how the Nelson Institute's interdisciplinary approach connected her to every department on campus, exposing her to a wide variety of research.

5. Military - Enoch Pratt Free Library
Subject Guides African American Studies Military Military Internet Sites African Americans and the U.S. Navy Features illustrations from throughout the Navy’s history and
http://www.prattlibrary.org/findanswers/subjects/guide.aspx?id=3106&subj=Afr

6. Western Kentucky University Libraries
AfricanAmerican Studies, Military Science, Sociology, or Political Science
http://www.wku.edu/Library/subjectdatabases/history_databases.html

7. Resume09june2004
1995) and Bibliographer for Political Science, Marine Science, Women’s Studies, AfricanAmerican Studies, Military Science and Law, University of Rhode Island Library (1992
http://www.vocino.us/resume09june2004.html

8. Faculty And Staff
Bibliographer for Political Science, Marine Science, Women’s Studies, AfricanAmerican Studies, Military Science and Law, University of Rhode Island Library (1992–1995
http://www.uri.edu/artsci/psc/vocinopscfac.html

Faculty and Staff
Undergrad Programs Graduate Programs Research Resources ... URI Home Page
University of Rhode Island
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Department of Political Science University of Rhode Island Washburn Hall 80 Upper College Road, Suite 4 Kingston, RI 02881-0817
voice mail (401) 874-4605 fax (401) 874-4608 You can e-mail me at vocino@uri.edu
Michael Vocino Ph.D. (cand.), Universiteit van Amsterdam. Professor of Political Science and Professor in the Library; Adjunct Professor of Library and Information Science.
Professor Vocino is currently the Collection Management Officer for all URI Libraries and is former Director/Associate Dean of the University of Rhode Island Libraries and teaches in the Rhode Island Master of Public Administration Program and the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies. He is the co-director of the Rhode Island Ethics Project, an undertaking funded by a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE). He is co-author of Labor and Industrial Relations Journals and Serials: an Analytical Guide (New York: Greenwood Press, 1990) and is also co-author of the book

9. MySpace - Paige - 25 - Female - LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Myspace.com/justbe2
Minor African American Studies/Military Science Clubs Omega Gems Greek Omega Psi 2003 to 2009 Liberty Alternative High School
http://www.myspace.com/justbe2

10. Graduates Tell Stories Of Achievement As Commencement Approaches (May 13, 2010)
The academic baton was passed and Henry will wear that cap and gown on May 16 when she graduates from UWMadison with a bachelor's degree in African American studies. Military
http://www.news.wisc.edu/18093
UW-Madison Home News from UW-Madison Search term: Submit search: UW-Madison News > Graduates tell stories of a...
Graduates tell stories of achievement as commencement approaches
May 13, 2010 by Susannah Brooks Tweet The class of 2010 will produce a number of noteworthy graduates who did great things with their experience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In advance of this weekend's commencement, we have profiled just a few of their successes:
She helps science, and science helps her Being profoundly deaf didn't stop Deborah Seiler from enjoying a collegiate swimming career. Arriving in Madison without financial support or a place to live posed more of a challenge. Through setbacks that affected her life in and out of the classroom, Seiler's energy and enthusiasm have inspired those around her. She will graduate with a master of science degree in Environment and Resources from the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. In 2008 and 2009, Seiler received cochlear implants. Surgeons implanted electronic devices to stimulate her auditory nerves, giving her "prostheses" that provided a sense of sound. Though this technology is controversial within the deaf community, Seiler is not culturally deaf; since her gradual hearing loss began at age 5, she grew up speaking and does not use sign language. By choosing to go through with this surgery as a young adult, her results have had a direct impact on her chosen career path. "I've wanted to be a science journalist for a long time, but it was never feasible to be serious about making a living interviewing people if I couldn't hear," says Seiler. "In the past year, that option has opened up again. I can now use the phone and understand groups of people at meetings. It's incredible how much this has liberated my future."

11. EJC Publications Résumé
Bachelor of Arts, AfricanAmerican Studies; Military Experience. United States Navy and U.S. Naval Air Reserve, Petty Officer 3rd Class; Aviation Boatswain’s Mate – Handler, 1987
http://ejcpubs.com/?page_id=4

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