Cornell University Library site
Libraries and Hours Ask a Librarian

Chapters in Books by John Henrik Clarke

“African American Historians and the Reclaiming of African History,” pp. 157-171. In African Culture: The Rhythms of Unity – Molefi K Asante; Kariamu Asante-Welsh, eds.

Call Number: Africana Library DT14 .A23 (Publication Year: 1985)

“The Origin and Growth of Afro-American Literature,” pp. 218-228. In
African Intellectual Heritage: A Book of Sources – Molefi K Asante; Abu Shardow Abarry, eds.

Call Number: Africana Library CB235 .A33x 1996 (Publication Year: 1996)

“African Cultural Responses To Slavery And Oppression In The Americas,” pp. 73-95. In African Presence In The Americas – Carlos Moore, et al, eds.

Call Number: Africana Library E29.N3 A53x 1995 (Publication Year: 1995)

“Education and the Making of the Black Urban Ghetto,” pp. 16-40. In Black Manifesto For Education – James Haskins, ed.

Call Number: Africana Library LC2801 .H35 1973 (Publication Year: 1973)

“The African In The New World: Their Contribution To Science, Invention And Technology,” pp. 691-697.
In Brotherman: The Odyssey of Black Men in America – Herb Boyd, et al, eds.

Call Number: Africana Library PS508.N3 B87 1995 (Publication Year: 1995)

“Harlem: An Urban Ghetto And Symbol Of Black Self-Fulfillment,” pp. 252-263. In Cities in Transition: From the Ancient World to Urban America – Frank J Coppa; Philip C Dolce, eds.

Call Number: Library Annex Temp HT151 .C78 (Publication Year: 1974)

“Harlem, The Main Battleground.” In Garvey and His Disciples (Publication Year: 1973)

“A Reading Guide for the Study and Teaching of African World History.” pp. 111-133. In Infusion of African and African American Content in the School Curriculum: Proceedings of the First National Conference – Asa G Hilliard; Lucretia Payton-Stewart, eds.

Call Number: Africana Library DT19.8 .I5x 1990 (Publication Year: 1990)

“African People On My Mind.” pp. 51-59. In Infusion of African and African American Content in the School Curriculum: Proceedings of the First National Conference – Asa G Hilliard; Lucretia Payton-Stewart, eds.

Call Number: Africana Library DT19.8 .I5x 1990 (Publication Year: 1990)

“Malcolm X: The Man and His Times,” pp.39-47,
In Malcolm X, Justice Seeker – James B Gwynne; Imamu Amiri Baraka, eds.

Call Number: Olin Library PS509.L5 M34x 1993 (Publication Year: 1993)

“The Caribbean Antecedents Of Marcus Garvey,” pp. 14-28. In Marcus Garvey and The Vision of Africa – John Henrik Clarke, ed.

Call Number: Africana Library E185.97.G3 C55 1974 (Publication Year: 1974)

“Times of Troubles,” pp. 352-399. In The Horizon History of Africa, volume 2 – A Adu Boahen, et al

Call Number: Africana Library DT20 .H81 (Publication Year: 1971)

“Africana Studies: A Decade of Change, Challenge And Conflict,” pp. 31-45. In
The Next Decade: Theoretical And Research Issues In Africana Studies – James E. Turner, ed.

Call Number: Africana Library E184.5 .N56 (Publication Year: 1984)

“Marcus Garvey, His Relevance for Today” In Three Black Biographies – John David Cato, ed. (Publication Year: 1975)