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AFRICA IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Towards a New FutureAFRICA IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Towards a New Future
Mazama, Ama (Ed.)

Brings together leading Pan African and Afrocentric intellectuals to discuss the possibilities of a new future where the continent claims its own agency in response to the economic, social, political, and cultural problems which are found in every nation. The volume is structured around four sections: I. African Unity and Consciousness: Assets and Challenges; II. Language, Information, and Education; III. African Women, Children and Families; and IV. Political and Economic Future of the African World. UK. ROUTLEDGE.

2007 9780415957731 Hardback 


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THE AFRICANA WORLD: From Fragmentation to Unity and Renaissance
Muchie, Mammo, Osha, Sanya & Matlou, Matlotleng (Eds.)

Wide-ranging essays that address colonial and postcolonial African realities with a view to present a holistic and transcontinental appraisal of questions, issues and challenges that confront the continent. Contributors are drawn from different parts of the world - Africa, Europe and the Americas - and it is this eclectic range of scholarly views that lends a rich historicity to the meaning of Africanity. The book contains multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary engagements with Africa's rich cultural heritage, its lingering contemporary challenges, its multifaceted systems of knowledge and its future in the exciting context of the twenty-first century. 364pp, SOUTH AFRICA. AFRICA INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA.

2012 9780798303118 Paperback 


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THE AFRICANA WORLD: From Fragmentation to Unity and Renaissance


AFRICAN DIASPORA: African Origins and New World IdentitiesAFRICAN DIASPORA: African Origins and New World Identities
Okpewho, Isidore; Mazrui , Ali A & Davies, Carol B. (Eds.)

NOW IN PAPERBACK. 33 essays engage with the two key perspectives of the nature and character of New World black cultures. The first is that Africa is the homeland of all blacks and defines their identity; the second that black culture in the diaspora owes more to the hybrid climate that has become home than to ancestral origins. B/w ill, nortes, refs, index, xxviii, 566pp, USA. INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 0253214947

2001 Paperback 


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THE AFRICAN DIASPORA: A History Through Culture
Manning, Patrick

Beginning in 1400, Manning organizes his history chronologically, tracing five central themes throughout: the connections that enabled Africans to mutually identify and hold together as a global community; discourses on race; changes in economic circumstance; the character of family life; and the evolution of popular culture. His approach builds new connections between the histories of seemingly disparate and isolated worlds. In the mid-nineteenth century, for example, slavery came under attack in North America, South America, southern Africa, West Africa, the Ottoman Empire, and India, with former slaves rising to positions of political promi-nence. Yet at the beginning of the twentieth century, the near-elimination of slavery brought new forms of discrimination that removed almost all blacks from government. Manning's broad study highlights the tremendous influence of the African diaspora on world history. 400pp, USA. COLUMBIA U P.

2009 9780231144704 Hardback 


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THE AFRICAN DIASPORA: A History Through Culture


AFRICAN HOMECOMING: Pan-African Ideology and the Politics of HeritageAFRICAN HOMECOMING: Pan-African Ideology and the Politics of Heritage
Schramm, Katharina

African Americans and others in the African diaspora have increasingly 'come home' to Africa to visit the sites at which their ancestors were enslaved and shipped. In this nuanced analysis of homecoming, Katharina Schramm analyses how a shared rhetoric of the (Pan-)African family is produced among African hosts and Diasporan returnees and at the same time contested in practice. She examines the varying interpretations and appropriations of significant sites (e.g. the slave forts), events (e.g. Emanci-pation Day) and discourses (e.g. repatriation) in Ghana to highlight these dynamics. From this, she develops her notions of diaspora, home, homecoming, memory and identity that reflect the complexity and multiple reverberations of these cultural encounters beyond the sphere of roots tourism. 320pp, USA. LEFT COAST PRESS.

2010 9781598745146 Paperback 


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AFROCENTRISM: Mythical Pasts and Imagined Homes
Howe, Steven

Argues that the necessary redress to racist, colonial and Eurocentric attitudes has created a misleading counter mythology that proclaims the innate superiority of African descended peoples. The author challenges the Afrocentric movement, which he claims is a symptom of political and economic problems, and reproduces the central features of outmoded Euro racist scholarship. Index, bib, notes, x, 337pp, UK. VERSO.

1999 1998 1859842283 Paperback 


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AFROCENTRISM: Mythical Pasts and Imagined Homes


THE AFROCENTRIC PARADIGMTHE AFROCENTRIC PARADIGM
Mazama, Ama (Ed.)

A collection of essays focusing on the intellectual dimensions of afrocentricity. Index, refs, v, 293pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS, 1592210171

2003 Paperback 


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AFROCENTRIC THOUGHT AND PRAXIS: An Intellectual History
Gray, Cecil Conteen

A history of African-centred thought looking at its external and internal anatomy and development across the diaspora. Index, bib, notes, xv, 204pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS, 0865438269

2001 Paperback 


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AFROCENTRIC THOUGHT AND PRAXIS: An Intellectual History


AFRIKOLOGY AND TRANSDISCIPLINARITY: A Restorative EpistemologyAFRIKOLOGY AND TRANSDISCIPLINARITY: A Restorative Epistemology
Nabudere, Dani Wadada

This monograph is intended to examine the epistemology of restorative rights in view of the continuing violation of rights in all aspects of life on the African continent and other parts of the world. It is based on the research, which the Marcus Garvey Pan-Afrikan Institute undertook between 2006-2008, under a cross-disciplinary research project entitled Restorative Justice and its Relationship to International Humanitarian Law, which resulted in a Compre-hensive Report that was later discussed at an international conference in Nairobi in August 2008. This conference was opened by the Prime Minister of Kenya and attended by Ministers of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, judges and other ministers from the five countries in which the research was carried out, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Southern Sudan. The objective here is to relate the concept of restorative justice, in its broad and cross-disciplinary meaning to the epistemology of Afrikology and transdisciplinarity, which aim at breaking down disciplinary boundaries between the different academic disciplines. 210pp, SOUTH AFRICA. AFRICA INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA.

2012 9780798303026 Paperback 


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ARCHIE MAFEJE: Scholar, Activist and Thinker
Nabudere, Dani Wadada

In recognising the academic and intellectual contribution of Archie Mafeje, this monograph also reflects on the African peoples' journey for emancipation in the search for African identity, self-control and self-understanding. 118pp, SOUTH AFRICA. AFRICA INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA.

2011 9780798302869 Paperback 


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ARCHIE MAFEJE: Scholar, Activist and Thinker


BLACK ATHENA COMES OF AGEBLACK ATHENA COMES OF AGE
Van Binsbergen, Wim M. J. (Ed.)

What prompted Martin Bernal, a specialist in modern Chinese intellectual history, to turn to the ancient history of the Eastern Mediterranean basin? Why did Bernal set out to rewrite two millennia of European intellectual history, exposing the eighteenth-century rise of Altertumswissenschaft as a critical phase in the collective, Eurocentric denial of what he calls the `Afroasiatic roots of European civilisation'? How could his multi-volume book Black Athena (1987, 1991) create havoc - in the form of a heated and protracted, international debate - in the fields of African Studies, ancient history, classical archaeology, Egyptology, comparative linguistics, the history of ideas, and human biology? How could Martin Bernal become a reluctant hero of African American intellectuals identifying as Afrocentrist? Why did this condemn him to the hatred of conservative American classicists and historians of ideas? Why was he tempted to overplay his hand? What errors did he commit in the fields of epistemology, historiography and historical linguistics? Why, yet, is Martin Bernal largely right - if often for the wrong reasons? With the publication, in 1996, of the devastatingly critical Black Athena Revisited (eds. Mary Lefkowitz & Guy MacLean Rogers) the impression was created that the Black Athena thesis had been conclusively refuted. However, the present collection has sought to restore the balance. Bernal himself has contributed three innovative and illuminating pieces to the collection, responding to critics, systematising his linguistic claims, and applying the Black Athena thesis to sub-Saharan Africa. By offering answers to the above questions, the collection has sought to take the international debate to the next, constructive phase. It shows that incisive and multifarious criticism of Bernal's position and methods is necessary and often justified. Yet at the turn of the 21st century, the formulation of a non-Eurocentric, multi-centric model of global cultural history is of vital importance. It is here that Martin Bernal shows the way as none before him. Specifically his vision's implications for sub-Saharan Africa constitute a major intellectual challenge. Stressing massive intercontinental interactions and vital global contributions of the African peoples, they also invite us to redress the present-day negative image of Africa. 368pp, GERMANY. LIT VERLAG.

2011 9783825848088 Paperback 


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BLACK ATHENA WRITES BACK: Martin Bernal Responds to his Critics
Bernal, Martin

The author tackles his critics by providing additional information to back up his thesis that Greek culture was influenced by Afro-Asiatic civilizations. Maps, notes, bib, index, xvi, 550pp, USA. DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS,.

2001 822327171 Paperback 


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BLACK ATHENA WRITES BACK: Martin Bernal Responds to his Critics


BLACKNESS, CULTURE, IDEOLOGY AND DISCOURSE: A Comparative StudyBLACKNESS, CULTURE, IDEOLOGY AND DISCOURSE: A Comparative Study
Abodunrin, Femi

New, revised edition. Explores the essence of 'Blackness' and its manifestations in creative writings from the heartland of Africa and from the diaspora. Focuses on Wole Soyinka, Obotunde Ijimere, Wale Ogunyemi, Derek Walcott, Amiri Baraka and Joge Amado. Index, bib, notes, 476pp, NIGERIA. DOKUN PUBLISHING HOUSE.

2008 1996 9789783796263 Paperback 


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BLACK IDENTITY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Expressions of the US and UK African Diaspora
Christian, Mark (Ed.)

A collection of essays which examine the forces which shape black identity in the UK and the US in the twentieth century. Index, notes, refs, xx, 267pp, UK. HANSIB PUBLISHING.

2002 187051887X Paperback 


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BLACK IDENTITY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Expressions of the US and UK African Diaspora


BLACK ROUTES: Legacy of African DiasporaBLACK ROUTES: Legacy of African Diaspora
Belton, Brian A.

Collection of commentaries and biographies featuring a distinguished group of Black theorists, writers and influential social revolutionaries, namely Bernie Grant, Kwame Toure, Stuart Hall, Gwendolyn Brooks, Ericka Huggins, Assata Shakur, Michael Akintaro, Nawal El Saadawi, Eldridge Cleaver, Hanan Ashrawi, Peter Mokaba and Clive Charles. Index, bib, b/w photos, 212pp, UK. HANSIB PUBLISHING.

2007 9781870518925 Paperback 


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BLACK STAR: The African Presence in Early Europe
Rashidi, Runoko

Traces the part played by people of African descent in the history of Europe starting from Greco-Roman times, through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and up to the Nineteenth Century, throwing light on many little known personalities as well as better known figures. Preface by Robin Walker and foreword by Charles S. Finch. 189pp, UK. BOOKS OF AFRICA.

2011 9780956638021 Paperback 


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BLACK STAR: The African Presence in Early Europe


CONTEMPORARY AFRICANA THEORY, THOUGHT AND ACTION: A Guide to Africana StudiesCONTEMPORARY AFRICANA THEORY, THOUGHT AND ACTION: A Guide to Africana Studies
Hudson-Weems, Clenora (Ed.)

Collection of essays covering a myriad of Panafricanist fields of theory, grouped around the issue of Black survival and growth - physically, politically, economically, intellectually, socially and spiritually. Divided into seven distinct parts this multifaceted volume argues for a holistic understanding of African life and history. Index, 476pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS.

2007 9781592213108 Paperback 


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THE CONTINENT OF BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS: On The History of the African Diaspora from Slavery to the Present Day
Brodber, Erna

A collection of seven lectures by the author addressing the issues of slavery, emancipation, the legacies of Marcus Garvey, Claude McKay, George Padmore and C.L.R. James. The author also discusses two novels by Merle Hodge and Paule Marshall. Index, notes, xiv, 194pp, UK. NEW BEACON BOOKS LTD, 1873201176

2003 Paperback 


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THE CONTINENT OF BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS: On The History of the African Diaspora from Slavery to the Present Day


DIASPORIC AFRICA: A ReaderDIASPORIC AFRICA: A Reader
Gomez, Michael A (Ed.)

Presents the most recent research on the history and experiences of people of African descent outside of the African continent. By incorporating Europe and North Africa as well as North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean, this reader shifts the discourse on the African diaspora away from its focus solely on the Americas, underscoring the fact that much of the movement of people of African descent took place in Old World contexts. Provides an overview of African diaspora studies and features as a major concern a rigorous interrogation of identity. Other primary themes include contributions to western civilization, from religion, music, and sports to agricultural production and medicine, as well as the way in which our understanding of the African diaspora fits into larger studies of transnational phenomena. 352pp, USA. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS.

2005 081473166X Paperback 


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DUSE MOHAMED ALI
Abdelwahid, Mustafa

Born in Alexandria to an Egyptian father and Sudanese mother, Duse Mohamed Ali was one of the most fervent early Pan-African nationalists. After attending King's College in London, he started a career as an actor, playwright and producer that was to last for over 20 years and take him across England, Ireland, Scotland and the US. 218pp, USA. RED SEA PRESS.

2011 9781569023433 Paperback 


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DUSE MOHAMED ALI


EGYPT vs GREECE AND THE AMERICAN ACADEMY: The Debate Over the Birth of CivilizationEGYPT vs GREECE AND THE AMERICAN ACADEMY: The Debate Over the Birth of Civilization
Asante, Molefi Kete & Mazama, Ama

Contributors respond to many of the key arguments formulated in George James' 'Stolen Legacy' (No. 21842). Refs, v, 186pp, USA. AFRICAN AMERICAN IMAGES, 0913543772

2002 Paperback 


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FREEDOM DREAMS: The Black Radical Imagination
Kelley, Robin D.G.

A history of renegade intellectuals and artists of the African diaspora in the twentieth century focusing on the visions of activists from C.L.R. James to Aime Cesaire and Malcolm X. The author also looks at communism, surrealism and radical feminism in terms of black culture. Index, xii, 248pp, USA. BEACON PRESS, 0807009776

2003 Paperback 


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FREEDOM DREAMS: The Black Radical Imagination


GROUNDINGS WITH MY BROTHERSGROUNDINGS WITH MY BROTHERS
Rodney, Walter & Small, Richard (Ed.)

Political tract by the activist murdered by the Burnham government in Guyana in 1980. 68pp, UK. BOGLE L'OUVERTURE.

1990 1969 0904521567 Paperback 


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THE HISTORY OF AFRICA: The Quest for Eternal Harmony
Asante, Molefi Kete

A wide-ranging history of Africa from earliest prehistory to the present day - using the cultural, social, political, and economic lenses of Africa as instruments to illuminate the ordinary lives of Africans. The result is a new survey that includes a wealth of indigenous ideas, African con-cepts, and traditional outlooks that have escaped the writing of African history in the West. This straight-forward, illustrated text allows access to the major developments, personalities and events on the African continent. Index, bib, apps, 397pp, UK. ROUTLEDGE.

2007 9780415771399 Paperback 


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THE HISTORY OF AFRICA: The Quest for Eternal Harmony


HOW EUROPE UNDERDEVELOPED AFRICA AND OTHER ESSAYSHOW EUROPE UNDERDEVELOPED AFRICA AND OTHER ESSAYS
Rodney, Walter

New edition. Few books have been as influential in understanding African impoverishment as Walter Rodney's classic. Rodney argues that the imperial countries of Europe, subsequently joined by the US, bear major responsibility for impoverishing Africa. They have been joined in this exploitation by agents or unwitting accom-plices both in the North and in Africa. This new edition includes additional essays by Rodney and an introduction by the Walter Rodney Foundation, the co-publishers of this officially approved edition, to whom proceeds of the sales of this book will go. UK. PAMBAZUKA.

2012 1972 9781906387945 Paperback 


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AN INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA PHILOSOPHY
Gordon, Lewis

Offers the first comprehensive treatment of Africana philosophy, beginning with the emergence of an Africana (i.e. diasporic) consciousness in the Afro-Arabic world of the Middle Ages. He argues that much of modern thought emerged out of early conflicts between Islam and Christi-anity that culminated in the expulsion of the Moors from the Iberian Peninsula, and from the subsequent expansion of racism, enslavement, and colonialism which in their turn stimulated reflections on reason, liberation, and the meaning of being human. His book takes the student reader on a journey from Africa through Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean, and back to Africa, as he explores the challenges posed to our understanding of knowledge and freedom today, and the response to them which can be found within Africana philosophy. 288pp, UK. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

2008 9780521675468 Paperback 


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AN INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA PHILOSOPHY


MARVELS OF THE AFRICAN WORLD: African Cultural Patrimony, New World Connections and IdentitiesMARVELS OF THE AFRICAN WORLD: African Cultural Patrimony, New World Connections and Identities
Afolabi, Niyi (Ed.)

An examination of the cultural and spiritual connections between Africa and the New World, where the political and creative expressions of Africa continue to thrive. This collection of essays attempts to recuperate a culture that crosses borders while retaining age old traditions and negotiating identities in new locations. Essays include Negritude, Afrocentrism and Black Atlanticism, Exigencies of Modernity and Shifting Global African Identities, Junkanoo and Power in the Bahamas, the Cultural Impact of the Civil Rights On Fela, Hip Hop's African Aesthetics, and Sortilege: Building an Afro Brazilian Identity on Stage. Index, xiii, 644pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS, 159221021X

2003 Paperback 


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NEGRO WITH A HAT: The Rise and Fall of Marcus Garvey
Grant, Colin

New in paperback. Born in poverty in rural Jamaica, Garvey was a man of contradictions: a self-educated, poetry-writing aesthete and naked propagandist, an admirer of Lenin and an ascetic dandy. He was a champion of the Harlem Renaissance, publishing Claude McKay and Langston Hughes in his newspaper the Negro World. Above all, he was a shrewd promoter whose use of pageantry evoked a lost African civilisation and articulated the submerged thoughts of a despised but awakening people. This book chronicles Garvey's extraordinary life, the failed business ventures, his misguided negotiations with the Ku Klux Klan, the two wives (both named Amy) and the premature obituaries that contributed to his lonely, tragic death. 352pp, UK. VINTAGE.

2009 2008 9780099501459 Paperback 


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NEGRO WITH A HAT: The Rise and Fall of Marcus Garvey


A NEW PARADIGM OF THE AFRICAN STATE: Fundi Wa AfrikaA NEW PARADIGM OF THE AFRICAN STATE: Fundi Wa Afrika
Wa Muiu, Mueni & Martin, Guy (Eds.)

Offers an historical, multidisciplinary perspective on African political systems and institutions, ranging from Antiquity (Egypt, Kush and Axum) to the present with particular focus on their destruction through successive exogenous processes including the Atlantic slave trade, imperialism, colonialism and neo-colonialism or globalization. 288pp, UK. PALGRAVE.

2009 9780230607804 Hardback 


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THE OBAMA PHENOMENON CHANGE WE CAN: Essays and Poetry by Black Critics and Creative Artists
Ojo-Ade, Femi (Ed.)

Brings together a mixture of young intellectuals and seasoned scholars from Africa and its diaspora to address various implications of the Obama phenomenon, all from an Afro-oriented perspective. 368pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS.

2011 9781592217601 Paperback 


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THE OBAMA PHENOMENON CHANGE WE CAN: Essays and Poetry by Black Critics and Creative Artists


ORIGINS OF PAN-AFRICANISM: Henry Sylvester Williams, Africa, and the African DiasporaORIGINS OF PAN-AFRICANISM: Henry Sylvester Williams, Africa, and the African Diaspora
Sherwood, Marika

Recounts the life story of the pioneering Henry Sylvester Williams, an unknown Trinidadian son of an immigrant carpenter in the late-19th and early 20th century. Williams, then a student in Britain, organized the African Association in 1897, and the first-ever Pan-African Conference in 1900. He is thus the progenitor of the OAU/AU. Some of those who attended went on to work in various pan-African organizations in their homelands. He became not only a qualified barrister, but the first black man admitted to the Bar in Cape Town, and one of the first two elected black borough representatives in London. Williams died in 1911, soon after his return to his homeland, Trinidad. 372pp, UK. ROUTLEDGE.

2010 9780415879590 Hardback 


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PAN-AFRICAN HISTORY
Adi, Hakim & Sherwood, Marika (Ed.)

A guide to the political figures of Pan-Africanism from 1797 to the present day. Offers a biographical details and assesses their legacy and contribution to activism and debate. Includes individual guides to further reading. Index, xi, 203pp, UK. ROUTLEDGE.

2003 0415173531 Paperback 


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PAN-AFRICAN HISTORY


PANAFRICANISME: Les Nouvelles PerspectivesPANAFRICANISME: Les Nouvelles Perspectives
Sim, Remy

New perspectives on pan-African ideologies and political theories, and an analysis of the physical and cultural genocide of black societies looking in particular at the evidence that AIDS and Ebola are man made viruses destined to decimate. Text in French. Bib, notes, b/w illus, map, 369pp, UK. NEKHEN,

2003 Paperback

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PAN AFRICANISM: The Idea and the Movement, 1776-1991
Esedebe, P. Olisanwuche

Looks at the development of Pan-Africanism and the people and circumstances in which it originated. The author traces the movement of its focus from the United States back to Africa and the creation of the Organisation of African Unity. Index, bib, apps, xii, 295pp, USA. HOWARD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

1994 1980 0882581864 Paperback 


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PAN AFRICANISM: The Idea and the Movement, 1776-1991


PAN AFRICANISM AND INTEGRATION IN AFRICAPAN AFRICANISM AND INTEGRATION IN AFRICA
Mandaza, Ibbo (Ed.)

A collection of papers presented to the Southern African Political Economy Series Trust in 2000, which are aimed at finding solutions to the problems of regional integration in the region and in Africa generally. Index, notes, refs, 352pp, ZIMBABWE. SAPES.

2002 1779051492 Paperback

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PAN-AFRICANISM: Strengthening the Unity of Africa and its Diaspora
Bankie, B.F. & Mchombu, K. (Eds.)

Conference papers from the 17th All African Students' Conference (AASC), University of Namibia, 28-29 May 2005. This second edition provides an entry point towards the reformulation of the unity project and will be of interest to all those who have an honest interest in Africa and who take the continent seriously. 424pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS.

2008 2006 9781569022986 Paperback 


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PAN-AFRICANISM: Strengthening the Unity of Africa and its Diaspora


ROOTS OF BLACK HISTORY: A Comprehensive Guide to the Ancient and Mediaeval History of AfricaROOTS OF BLACK HISTORY: A Comprehensive Guide to the Ancient and Mediaeval History of Africa
Walker, Robin

Discusses the civilisations of the Nile Valley, North Africa, West Africa, the western coast, the Central Sahara, East Africa, and Southern Africa, as well as civilisations of early Asia, and African influences in Ancient America and Mediaeval Spain. Illus., maps, notes, bib, index. 167pp. UK. BOGLE L'OUVERTURE.

2000 0904521338 Paperback 


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THE SPIRIT AND THE WORD: A Theory of Spirituality in Africana Literary Criticism
Montgomery, Georgene Bess

Utilising a method informed by the ideas and worldview of Ifa to argue that there deeper levels of meaning in the writings of African diasporic peoples, literary scholar Montgomery presents a new way of reading Africana literary texts. Index, bib, 243pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS.

2008 9781592215676 Paperback 


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THE SPIRIT AND THE WORD: A Theory of Spirituality in Africana Literary Criticism


STOLEN LEGACY: Greek Philosophy is Stolen Egyptian PhilosophySTOLEN LEGACY: Greek Philosophy is Stolen Egyptian Philosophy
James, George G.M.

New edition of the controversial text that originally appeared in 1954. Index, 191pp, USA. AFRICAN AMERICAN IMAGES, 0913543780

2001 Paperback 


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TRUTH CRUSHED TO THE EARTH WILL RISE AGAIN: The East Organization and the Principles and Practice of Black Nationalist Development
Konadu, Kwasi

Examines the historical, socio-political and cultural significance of The East. It explores the efforts of The East to build and sustain viable community and family-centred institutions in the context of nation-building. Nation building is defined here as the conscious and focused application of African peoples collective resources, energies and knowledge to the task of liberating and developing the psychic and physical space that Africans identify as theirs. Nationalist is used here to properly situate The East experience in the context and continuum of Black nationalist thought and praxis and its efforts to build upon this tradition. Index, bib, 183pp, USA. AFRICA WORLD PRESS. 1592212808

2005 Paperback 


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TRUTH CRUSHED TO THE EARTH WILL RISE AGAIN: The East Organization and the Principles and Practice of Black Nationalist Development


WHEN WE RULED: The Ancient and Medieval History of Black CivilizationsWHEN WE RULED: The Ancient and Medieval History of Black Civilizations
Walker, Robin

Panafricanist history that claims to be "the first work that dares to connect Egypt, and its cultural affinities, with Africa and its chronological timeline within the vast chronology (nearly 90,000 years) of African achievement." Very highly illustrated. Index, bib, timeline, 713pp, UK. EVERY GENERATION MEDIA.

2006 095510680X Hardback

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THE WORLD'S GREAT MEN OF COLOR
Rogers, J.A.

In two volumes sold separately. Volume 1 looks at oustanding blacks of Asia and Africa and figures before Christ including Aesop, Hannibal and Cleopatra. 540pp, USA. SIMON & SCHUSTER.

1996 1946 0684815818 Paperback 


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THE WORLD'S GREAT MEN OF COLOR


THE WORLD'S GREAT MEN OF COLORTHE WORLD'S GREAT MEN OF COLOR
Rogers, J.A.

In two volumes sold separately. Volume 2 looks at outstanding black of Europe and the Americas including

Marcus Garvey, Robert Browning and Alexandre Dumas. 564pp, USA.

SIMON & SCHUSTER.

1996 1946 0684815826 Paperback 


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