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Book Title: iBlack Studies

Subtitle: Sustaining Black Studies in the 21st Century—The Digital Edition

Attribution: marilyn m. thomas-houston, Irma McClaurin, and Joshua Lynch, eds.

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Book Description: Digital version of the International Journal of Africana Studies special issue “Sustaining Black Studies in the 21st Century.”

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Book Description

Digital version of the International Journal of Africana Studies special issue “Sustaining Black Studies in the 21st Century” published in 2008 by the National Council for Black Studies.The original publication is the result of a convening sponsored by The Ford Foundation, held in 2006 and organized and coordinated by marilyn m. thomas-houston of For My People Productions, Inc. The convening was designed to bring together important scholars in the field of Black Studies to discuss the future of the field.

Author

marilyn thomas-houston

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iBlack Studies by marilyn m. thomas-houston is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Subject

Cultural and media studies

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Title
iBlack Studies
Author
marilyn thomas-houston
Editors
marilyn m. thomas-houston, University of Florida; Irma McClaurin, Ford Foundation; and Joshua Lynch
Contributors
Abdul Alkalimat, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Molefi Kete Asante, Temple University; Ronald W. Bailey, Northeastern University; Lee D. Baker, Duke University; Monica Carillo, Center for Afro-Peruvian Studies on the African Diaspora and Afro-Americans; Kimberle Crenshaw, University of California-Los Angeles; Sylvia Cyrus Albritton, Association for the Study of African American Life and History; James de Jongh, The City College and CUNY Graduate Center; Kevin Gaines, University of Michigan; Edmund T. Gordon, University of Texas-Austin; Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College; Charles P. Henry, University of California-Berkeley; Austin Jackson, Michigan State University; Carole Boyce Davies, Florida International University; Alison R. Bernstein, The Ford Foundation; Josephine B. Bradley, Clark Atlanta University; Stanlie M. James, University of Wisconsin; Charles E. Jones, Georgia State University; Rhett S. Jones, Brown University; Maulana Karenga, California State University-Long Beach; Terry Kershaw, Virginia Tech; Summer L. Melay, National Council for Black Studies; Manning Marable, Columbia University; Irma McClaurin, Ford Foundation; Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, University of California-Los Angeles; Nathaniel Norment, Jr., Temple University; Janice Petrovich, Ford Foundation; Daryl Michael Scott, Howard University; Esther Terry, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; James B. Stewart, Penn State University; James Turner, Cornell University; Dorothy Randall Tsuruta, San Francisco State University; and Warren C. Whatley, University of Michigan
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iBlack Studies by marilyn m. thomas-houston is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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Primary Subject
Cultural and media studies
Additional Subject(s)
Relating to African American people
Publisher
AFRO Publishing Without Walls