Extractions: Organized* S.D. Overall** S.D. Intro-Contemp Afro-Am Soc Thornton NA NA They: Race in American Literature Werner NA NA Directed Study Grant NA NA Intro-AfricanAmer Dramatic Lit Adell NA NA Intro to Afro-Am History Van Deburg NA NA Heroes, Rogues, and Scoundrels in Global Perspective Ralston NA NA Intro to African Art and Architecture Drewal NA NA Intro to Afro-American Art Tesfagiorgis NA NA Black Autobiography Veltman NA NA African and African-American Linkages Ralston NA NA Undergrad St-Afroam History Greene NA NA Blacks, Film, and Society Van Deburg NA NA Black Feminisms James NA NA Livingston NA NA Mutual Perceptions of Racial Minorities Thornton NA NA Adell NA NA Hist-Civ Rights Movmnt in US Plummer NA NA Topics in Afro-Am Hisory Greene NA NA Visual Culture and Critical Race Theory Tesfagiorgis NA NA S.D. = Standard Deviation * Scale:
G_Studies 15016-129-xxx. Hist of Jewish civ 1750-Pres 15-085-287-xxx. Politics of Human rights. S Traditional Chinese Society. A. african-american studies. 15-093-217-xxx http://www.uc.edu/met/G_Studies.htm
Extractions: Opportunities and subject to change Judiac Studies 15-016-129-xxx Hist of Jewish Civ: 1750-Pres S 15-016-327-xxx Modern Israel S 15-016-382-xxx Studies in the Holocaust A 15-016-510-xxx Antisemitism S Geography 15-041-124-xxx World Regional Geog: Europe W 15-041-211-xxx Geography of Latin America 15-041-226-xxx Geography of Africa S 15-041-231-xxx Geography of the Middle East A 15-041-361-xxx A 15-041-362-xxx W 15-041-363-xxx S History 15-075-121-xxx A History of Asian Civ: India S 15-075-122-xxx A History of Asian Civ: China W 15-075-123-xxx A History of Asian Civ: Japan S 15-075-132-xxx World His III: Worlds Interacting W 15-075-161-xxx Hist of World Civ: Mid-East 1800-Pres W 15-075-303-xxx African History 1945 to Present S 15-075-452-xxx Hist of Germany: /the 19th Century W 15-075-453-xxx History of Germany: 1900-1945 S 15-075-529-xxx War in the Modern World, 1921-Pres W 15-075-570-xxx S 15-075-576-xxx 20th Century India S 15-075-605-xxx Europe 1914-Present W 15-075-618-xxx Postwar Britain W 15-075-663-xxx China 1874-Present W Economics 15-080-541-xxx Comparative Economic Systems A 15-080-542-xxx S 15-080-551-xxx International Economics A 15-080-552-xxx International Economics W U 15-080-553-xxx International Monetary Problems W 15-080-575-xxx Economic Development A Political Science 15-085-261-xxx A 15-085-262-xxx A 15-085-263-xxx S 15-085-265-xxx 15-085-269-xxx Developing Countries A 15-085-271-xxx A 15-085-272-xxx W 15-085-274-xxx W 15-085-275-xxx S 15-085-277-xxx
Extractions: Opportunities and subject to change Judiac Studies 15-016-129-xxx Hist of Jewish Civ: 1750-Pres S 15-016-327-xxx Modern Israel S 15-016-382-xxx Studies in the Holocaust A 15-016-510-xxx Antisemitism S Geography 15-041-124-xxx World Regional Geog: Europe W 15-041-211-xxx Geography of Latin America 15-041-226-xxx Geography of Africa S 15-041-231-xxx Geography of the Middle East A 15-041-361-xxx A 15-041-362-xxx W 15-041-363-xxx S History 15-075-121-xxx A History of Asian Civ: India S 15-075-122-xxx A History of Asian Civ: China W 15-075-123-xxx A History of Asian Civ: Japan S 15-075-132-xxx World His III: Worlds Interacting W 15-075-161-xxx Hist of World Civ: Mid-East 1800-Pres W 15-075-303-xxx African History 1945 to Present S 15-075-452-xxx Hist of Germany: /the 19th Century W 15-075-453-xxx History of Germany: 1900-1945 S 15-075-529-xxx War in the Modern World, 1921-Pres
Extractions: Spring 2004, The Columbia Campus Registrar's Home This is an abbreviated course listing - only the first meeting time is listed. To see ADDITIONAL MEETING TIMES, if any, and complete course details, select the department/course number/section link on the left side of the listing for the course details. Courses that have a meeting time marked with an asterisk (*) have additonal meeting times. AFRO 201: INTRO AFRO-AMER STUDIES AFRO 201 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: MWF 8:00AM- 8:50AM AFRO 201 , Section 002 Open Meeting Time: MWF 9:05AM- 9:55AM AFRO E201 , Section 300 Open Meeting Time: MW 5:30PM- 6:45PM AFRO 202: INTRO TO AFRO AMER STUDY AFRO 202 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: TTH 9:30AM-10:45AM AFRO 202 , Section 002 Closed Meeting Time: TTH 11:00AM-12:15PM AFRO 303: AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE AFRO 303 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: TTH 9:30AM-10:45AM AFRO 308: AFR-AMER FEMINIST THEORY AFRO 308 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: TTH 12:30PM- 1:45PM AFRO 335: SURV CIV RIGHTS MOVEMENT AFRO 335 , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: MWF 11:15AM-12:05PM AFRO E344: THEO-MARTN LUTHR KING JR AFRO E344 , Section 851 Open Meeting Time: MW 7:00PM- 9:45PM AFRO 350: ANTIRACIST EDUCATION AFRO 350 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: TTH 11:00AM-12:15PM
Extractions: Fall 2004, The Columbia Campus Registrar's Home This is an abbreviated course listing - only the first meeting time is listed. To see ADDITIONAL MEETING TIMES, if any, and complete course details, select the department/course number/section link on the left side of the listing for the course details. Courses that have a meeting time marked with an asterisk (*) have additonal meeting times. AFRO 201: INTRO AFRO-AMER STUDIES AFRO 201 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: MWF 8:00AM- 8:55AM AFRO 201 , Section 002 Open Meeting Time: MWF 9:05AM- 9:55AM AFRO E201 , Section 300 Open Meeting Time: M 5:30PM- 8:15PM AFRO 202: INTRO TO AFRO AMER STUDY AFRO 202 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: TTH 9:30AM-10:45AM AFRO 202 , Section 002 Open Meeting Time: TTH 2:00PM- 3:15PM AFRO 303: AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE AFRO 303 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: MWF 1:25PM- 2:15PM AFRO 308: AFR-AMER FEMINIST THEORY AFRO 308 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: TTH 12:30PM- 1:45PM AFRO 335: SURV CIV RIGHTS MOVEMENT AFRO 335 , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: MWF 11:15AM-12:00PM AFRO 398: TOPIC/HARLEM RENAISSANCE AFRO 398A , Section 001 Closed Meeting Time: T 2:00PM- 4:30PM AFRO 398: TOPIC/CIVL RGHTS STRUGGL AFRO 398B , Section 001 Open Meeting Time: MW 9:30AM-10:45AM
The Daily Beacon All rights reserved. to voice concerns over the cuts to UT s africanamerican studies program went not very realistic to offer so many Western civ courses and http://dailybeacon.utk.edu/issues/v80/n63/protestors.63n.html
Extractions: Students wanting to voice concerns over the cuts to UT's African-American studies program went to Andy Holt Tower on Monday to voice their concerns with Chancellor Bill Snyder. However, Snyder was in a meeting, and the students were told if they wanted to meet with the chancellor they needed to schedule an appointment. "It's not very realistic to offer so many Western Civ courses and not offer African-American history classes, because it's history about our nation," said Valerie Appler, a sophomore in hotel and restaurant management. The group of about 25 students, organized by senior Derek Black, stood in the lobby outside Snyder's office and discussed its options. Some were for interrupting Snyder's meeting, while others wanted to wait until the meeting was over. The group finally reached the decision to schedule an appointment with Snyder. Black said the reason he did not schedule an appointment before was because he had tried to make appointments with administrators before and had not been able to meet with them. Black said he had been hoping to get in to meet with Snyder and was disappointed the group didn't get a chance to meet that day. However, he said he was optimistic about the chance to talk with the administration about the program's problems.
Recent Arrivals In African-American Studies JEWS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY studies IN CONVERGENCE UNDERSTANDING AND HEALING ANGER FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN AND CIVIL rights IN TWO THOUSAND FOUR WHERE http://www.public.asu.edu/~mimmo/africbook.htm
Extractions: Recent Arrivals in African-American Studies Recieved over the last fiscal year (Alphabetical by Title): A B C D ... Z 2. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND BLACK ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Boston, Thomas D.. London ; New York : Routledge, 1999. 3. AFFIRMATIVE ACTS : POLITICAL ESSAYS. Jordan, June, 1936-. New York ; London : Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1998. 4. THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN ATLAS : BLACK HISTORY AND CULTUREAN ILLUSTRATED REFERENCE. Asante, Molefi K., 1942-. New York : Macmillan, c1998. 5. THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN BABY NAME BOOK. Norman, Teresa. New York : Berkley Books, 1998. 6. THE AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH COMMUNITY IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, 1900-1940.Overacker, Ingrid, 1953-. Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 1998. 7. AFRICAN AMERICAN GENERALS AND FLAG OFFICERS : BIOGRAPHIES OF OVER 120 BLACKS IN THE UNITED STATES MILITARY. Hawkins, Walter L. sl : McFarland, 1993.
Alibris: Social Science African American Studies Browse for subject Social Science African American studies matched 500 part of 20thcentury african-american history life before the Civil rights Movement is http://www.alibris.com/search/books/subject/Social Science African American Stud
Extractions: In the fall of 1959, John Howard Griffin used medical treatments to darken the color of his skin and then set out on an odyssey through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, a white man travelling as a black man in order to find out first-hand what it was like "to be a Negro in the Deep South," as he wrote at the time. His eloquent and...
African-American History And Culture African American history focused on a lim-ited number of central themes, such as slavery, the Underg round Railroad, and the civil rights. movementstudies to American civ http://crm.cr.nps.gov/archive/20-2/20-2-2.pdf
Untitled FAU Libraries. Media Center Videographies, AMERICAN studies. VH 3662 1861-1880 Civil War, Recovery, and Westward Expansion VIDEO 1996 Subject CIVIL rights, african-american studies, AMERICAN http://www.library.fau.edu/depts/media/visub07.htm
Extractions: Summary: Women's multiple contributions to the Civil War effort, and the personal toll experienced by families on both sides of the conflict. Emancipation's impact on the lives of Black women in the South, and the freedmen's schools movement. The development of new employment opportunities for women after the Civil War. Westward expansion from the perspective of American Indian and Mexican women, as well that of European-American women moving west in the mid-1800s. The early leaders and controversies of the growing movement for women's rights. 015 Min. VIDEO 1988 Subject: AMERICAN STUDIES, U.S. HISTORY Series: WOMEN IN AMERICAN LIFE VH 3663 1880-1920: Immigration, New Work and New Roles Summary: Immigrant women build new lives in burgeoning cities and take work in the industrializing Northeast. Eastern immigrant life contrasts with the changing lives of American Indian, Mexican and Chinese women in western states. A growing middle class and increasing educational opportunities for both Black and white women provide fertile grounds for the development of social work. Feminization of service professions, industrialization, and the invention of the typewriter create niches for "women's work. The womens suffrage movement adopts tactics which bring it to the forefront of public attention and final victory in 1920. 016 Min. VIDEO 1988 Subject: AMERICAN STUDIES, U.S. HISTORY Series: WOMEN IN AMERICAN LIFE
INTERNET LINKS - SOCIAL STUDIES INTERNET LINKS SOCIAL studies WWW 323 civ civIL rights; HUMAN rights AMERICAN AUTHORS-BIOGRAPHY; AFRICAN AMERICANS-BIOGRAPHY; AMERICAN AUTHORS BIOGRAPHY; civIL rights WORKERS http://www.collierschools.com/nhs/lmc/social.htm
Extractions: Our Library of African Cinema has a diverse collection of films from throughout the African continent; they are thematically focused on issues such as post-colonial conflict, gender relations, economic development, health, human rights and cultural life. The majority of the films are made by African producers and directors. By providing historical and cultural contexts for all its titles, the 64-page Library of African Cinema catalog also serves as a resource guide for those with an interest in African representation on film and video. California Newsreel's African American Perspectives series covers a range of subjects from American slavery to post-colonial theory, including African American cultural life, history, and literature. Its 50 titles comprise the country's most-comprehensive collection of distinguished and critically acclaimed documentaries on the black experience."
Extractions: Introduction to African-American Studies 4 QH Explores several of the possible historical, sociological, cultural, and political avenues of study in the broad interdisciplinary spectrum of African-American studies. Provides an introductory overview of the field and will offer an opportunity to identify areas for more specific focus. African-American History 2 4 QH Examines the development of black America from Reconstruc tion to the present, and the effects of events in the United States and world history on the development of black America. Emphasizes contemporary issues and how these issues can be seen through a historical perspective. Prereq.
African American Studies africanamerican studies. survey of the urbanization of the african-american with emphasis contemporary problems, proposed solutions, civil rights, and equality http://www.lavc.cc.ca.us/Afro.html
Extractions: A survey of U. S. History from the early Colonial Era through the Civil War with special emphasis on the contribution of the African-American. This course provides a background in the political and social development of the United States for students majoring in the social sciences and, in addition, for those who wish to gain a better understanding of the African-American civilization. Included is a survey of the United States Constitution. This course fulfills the state graduation requirement in U.S. History and the U.S. Constitution.
Concerned Black Men, Inc. historical consciousness, will be willing and able to take those rights and blessings back, forever! The CBM African/africanamerican studies Program conducted http://www.cbmphilly.org/afrstudy.htm
Extractions: African/African Studies Program The CBM African/African-American Studies Program intends to fill the gap still existing between the African Diasporan people and the native African people. This program proposes valid horizontal ways for a definitive reconciliation between the two people of the same motherland. The African continent makes up one fifth of the world land mass. It is estimated to contain more than one fifth of the world's natural resources. More than five times the size of the United States ( including Hawaii and Alaska, about 3,700,000 square miles ), Africa is the world's second largest continent ( about 11,700,000 square miles ). With about 900 million people, Africa's population almost triples that of the United States. With a birth rate of over 3 percent a year, Africa has one of the world's fastest growing populations. Within the twenty first century, the continent is expected to reach a population of a billion. These immense human resources would be a very important variable in its future growth and development. Many people know some parts of Africa quite well. A country's name here; a "
Extractions: African and African-American Studies Curriculum FrameWork Essay Addendum by Dr. Greg Kimathi Carr Introduction: Relevance to multicultural cross-cutting competency EDUCATIONAL IMPACT LEGAL PRECEDENTS II. Origins and Historical Contributions Africa and Africans in the Western Imagination: "In accordance with these dates we may now consider the three portions of the globe with which History is concerned, and here the three characteristic principles manifest themselves in a more or less striking manner: Africa has for its leading classical feature the Upland, Asia the contrast of river regions with the Upland, Europe the mingling of these several elements. " Origins of Humankind and African "Prehistory": Nile Valley Culture: "At this point we leave Africa, not to mention it again. For it is no historical part of the World; it has no movement or development to exhibit. Historical movements in it-that is, in its northern part-belong to the Asian or European world. Carthage displayed there an important transitionary phase or civilization; but, as a Phoenician colony, it belongs to Asia. Egypt will be considered in reference to the passage of the human mind from its Eastern to its Western phase, but it does not belong to the African spirit. What we properly understand by Africa, is the Unhistorical, Undeveloped Spirit, still involved in the conditions of mere nature, and which had to be presented here only as on the threshold of the World's History. Having eliminated this introductory element, we find ourselves for the first time on the real theatre of History. "
Extractions: Appointment For more than a quarter of a century, Dr. Gordon has devoted much of his research to public policy issues, civil rights, education, substance abuse, the criminal justice system, and leadership. He has received and managed approximately $2.5 million in research and community service grants during his tenure at the University of Kansas. Among his scholarly works are 10 books, 3 training manuals, 5 monographs, 5 chapters, 25 refereed articles in academic journals, 14 research reports, numerous abstracts, and 74 papers and editorial works, including films. Books A Systems Change Approach to Substance Abuse Prevention . Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press. 1997.
KU - African & African-American Studies Ajayi also gave a lecture on Human rights Issues in Africa The husband of Patricia Darish, Assistant Professor in African africanamerican studies and Art http://www.ku.edu/~afs/archives/NewsletterS99.htm
Extractions: February Conference Was a Great Success The recent cross-area studies international environment conference, held February 19-20, 1999, at the Kansas Union, was a great learning experience for all involved. This premier collaboration among KU's four area studies centers provided a venue for each world area to participate in the planning, presenting, and audience participation. The event's success can be attributed to the variety of the information and speakers' presentation styles. There was something for everyone. The event began Friday evening with a keynote presentation by Dr. Karl Zimmerer, Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Zimmerer's remarks, "Global-Local Trends and New Landscape Ecologies: Prospects for Conservation-with-Development," tackled the challenge of an academic attempting to speak to a general level audience. Many in the audience learned from Zimmerer's geography background, others were able to appreciate his interpretation of specific information into lay terms.
African American Studies How to Use the College of San Mateo Library. africanamerican studies. Books. Other Subject Terms BLACKS. CIVIL rights. DISCRIMINATION. MINORITIES. RACE AWARENESS. http://smccd.net/accounts/csmlibrary/black.html
Extractions: Electronic Resources Our Collections Ask a Reference Question Library Services ... About the College How to Use the College of San Mateo Library African-American Studies Books The Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) lists books under author, title, and subject . Use either of the subject options on the main menu and type in any of the following headings: 1. Afro-American : There are many subjects under this major heading: AFRO-AMERICAN ART, AFRO-AMERICAN INVENTORS, AFRO-AMERICAN THEATER, etc. 2. Afro-Americans : Subjects under this main heading include: AFRO-AMERICANS-BIOGRAPHY, AFRO-AMERICANS-SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, ETC. Other Subject Terms: BLACKS CIVIL RIGHTS DISCRIMINATION MINORITIES RACE AWARENESS RACE RELATIONS Online Library Databases Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia Africana on CD-ROM This CD-ROM encyclopedia of African and African-American culture, history, and people is available at the CSM Library's CD-ROM terminals. Ask a reference librarian for assistance before using. Ethnic NewsWatch This database covers news, culture, and history from 200 publications of the ethnic, minority and native press, dating back to 1990. To access the information in this database, double-click the