Cornell University Library

John Henrik Clarke Africana Library

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African American Experience

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Arts/Performance

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Body Image

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Acting/Drama

Grady, Lisa Michele. African American Youth Assert Their Voice Through "Creative Dramatics". 301pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 G732


African Experience

Afriye, Ranahnah Ayodele. The Sower and the Seed: Redefining Primary Education in Tanzania for Post-Colonial Liberation. 191pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2002 A475

Albright, Clifford E. Strange Bedfellows: The Southern African Development Community and U.S. Foreign Policy. 129pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 A342

Bekerie, Ayele, The Pan-African Implications of the Italo-Ethiopian War of1935. 111pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1989 B424

Benton, Laddie Julius, Ujamaa and Self-Reliance in Tanzania. 123pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1975 B478

Busia, Osei F. Pan-Africanism or Post-Neocolonialism: The Dilemma of the Political Economy of Development in Africa. 121pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1991 B979

Callenberger, David Jerel. Reimagining Residents and Habitation: Urban Geography and Socio-Cultural Relations In a Selection of Cape Town Fiction. 84pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C355

Cobbs, Dorothy Lee, Portugal, the Colonized Empire: A Study of an Underdeveloped Country's Maintenance of African Colonies. 135pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1975 C654

Crowther, Jamila Ariyomi. Liberia: Postwar, Not Yet Postcolonial. 85pp. Abstract Library Annex Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C768

Diabate, Dafina Blacksher. Empowering Indigenous Publishers Through Collective Action: The African Publishers' Network (APNET). 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 D53

Deese, Adrian Montrell. Making Sense of the Past: Ajayi Kọláwọlẹ Ajíṣafẹ and the (Re) making of Modern Abeokuta (Nigeria) 199. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 D443

Drake, Willie Avon. Kwame Nkrumah: His Practical and Theoretical Treatment of Pan-Africanism. 70pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1973 D763

Gilvin, Amanda Kay. The Fire Is Too Hot For Them: Gender and Change in the Krobo Bread Industry. 179pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2006 G558

Harris, Katherine, Liberia, A case study of Informal American Colonialism, 1818-1833. 190pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1977 H314

Hay, Susan Carol. The Singa Girls' School: A Case Study in Educational Development. 285pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1991 H413

Henderson, Frances Beatrice. Raising their Voices: A Critical Examination of the South African Women's Anti-Pass Movement, 1956-1958. 122pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 496

Howard, Tenisha Senora. "The Secret African City": Ancient Egyptian's Influences on Washington, D.C.'s Planning and Architecture in the 18th and 19th Centuries. 113pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 H694

Jagne, Siga Fatima. The City in African literature: The Rural-Urban Contradiction and the Individual vs. the Communal Ethic. 101pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1989 J24

James, Venice. The African Female Principle: The Origins of Religious Deification: Auset and the Black Madonna. 162pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1992 J92

Jansen, Sean Michael. African Continuities in the Phenomenon of Trinidad Carnival: An Evolution of Cultural Resistance and Liberation. 194pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 J367

Lewanika, Akashambatwa Mbikusita, Marketing Boards and the Challenge of Agricultural Development in Zambia. 73pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1973 L669

Lewis, Stanford, The Falsification and Fabrication of Ancient Kemet, 3400 BCE to 500 BCE. 188pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 L676

Linton-Umeh, Marie Arlene. An exploratory Study of Images of Women in African Non-Vernacular Writing As Portrayed by Selected Contemporary African Authors. 107pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1977 L761

Moyer, Cara Lynn. Re-Presenting Blackness Independent Black Cinema in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Perspective. 162pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 M69

Munday, Reuben Alexander, Islam: Its Nature and its Rise and Decline in Sub-Saharan Mali and Songhai. 56pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1974 M965

Ohadike, Sandra Nonye. Conflict and Reconciliation: The Nigerian-Biafran War 1967-70. 151pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 O349

Raza, Saira. Seeds of Modernization: Conflicting Roles of Agricultural as the Core Development and Growth Strategy in Senegal. 86pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 R39

Reimanis, Rita Melkis. Ibo Traditional Religion and Religious Change. 147pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1979 R363

Rouse, Terri S. The Socio-Economic Position of Yoruba Women from 1915 to 1925 With Emphasis on the Market Women. 90pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1977 R863

Snyder, Kossouth, Malawi and Southern Africa: A Study of the Economic and Political Relationships Between Malawi and the White Minority Regimes of South Africa, Rhodesia, and the Portuguese Regime in Mozambique. 105pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1976 S675

Staidum, Jr., Frederick Charles "Too Filthy to Be Repeated": Reading Sexualized Violence Against Enslaved Males In U.S. Slave Societies 147 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 S735

Weingarten, Sarah Maria. "The Belgians took My Picture": The Politics of Identity in the Construction of Ethno-History (Africa's Great Lakes Region, 1862-2001). 310pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 W456

Whalen, Irene Theresa. Underdevelopment in Kenya.119pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1975 W552

Willis, John Cardon. Continuity and Change: IFA'S Negotiation of Islamic and Christian Expansion among 19th Century Yoruba. 170pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 W5557

Wilson, James Arthur, African Resistance and Cultural Nationalism: The Kikuyu Independent Schools Movement in Kenya. 127pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 W749


African American Experience

Abdullah, Luqman Muhammad. The Sounds of Liberation: Resistance, Cultural Retention, and Progressive Traditions For Social Justice in African American Music 121. pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A238 (Open)

Bachman, Raymond Dwight, Black Radio: Its Origin, Development and Changing Trends. 115pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1974 B124

Ball, Jared A. Still Speaking: An Intellectual History of John Henrik Clarke. 158pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 B357

Barton, Natasha Nicole Simone. 'Badge of Inferiority`: A Historical Study of the Legal Battle to Achieve Equal Educational Opportunity for African Americans. 117pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 B293

Brown, Brenda Annetta. The role of African-American Women in the Education of African-Americans, 1880-1920: Four Women in Perspective. 153pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1986 B8765

Boose, Donelle. Operationalizing Black Nationalism: An Analysis of Black Nationalist: Development in Three Approaches, 1965-1980 113. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 B667

Butler, Diane S. Towards a Holistic Model for the Study of Creativity in Enslaved African Communities. 109pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 B98

Carrier, Nicole Monique. Calling All Women: A Study In the History of Black and White American Women Activists, 1830-1980. 218pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1988 C316

Carter, Lesa. Isolation in Anger: Transformation of the Soul: A Look at Intra-Racial Color Prejudice, Sexism, and Self-Identity. 99pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 C324

Cathcart, Mary Moore. The Definition of Discrimination: Southern Tradition, Racial Segregation, and White Identity in Indianola, Mississippi, 1890-1960. 211pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 C36

Charlemagne, Patricia Lee. People v. Johnson (1990): The Significance of Gender, Race and Class in Restricting Reproductive Rights. 164pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1998 C437

Collins, Joycelyn Laverne. Unveiling Christian Motifs in Selected Writers of Harlem Renaissance Literature. 125 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 C655

Combs, Rhea Lynn, African American Independent Filmmaker, Julie Dash: Developing a Black Female Vioce in Daughters of the Dust. 125pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 C731

Cooper, Michelle Asha. From Deep Roots to New Ground: A Holistic Approach to Storytelling Traditions in Nineteenth-Century Enslaved Communities of the South Carolina Lowcountry. 115pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 C77

Cribb, Arielle Garden. Don't Ask Us About Freedom: Stories Of Gender And Injustice In The Cases Of Afeni Shakur, Angela Davis and Assata Shakur. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C753

Davis, Audrey Cecile. The Limits of Educational Reform in a Capitalist and Racist Society. 77pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1992 D261

Dickson, Patrick John. Out of the Lion's Mouth: The Colored Farmers' Alliance in the New South, 1886-1892. 208pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 D535

Diggs, Charles D., Kin Meets Kin: An Analysis of Afro-American and Afro-Caribbean Relations in Harlem During the 1920's. 113pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1988 D573

Dowden, Priscilla Anne, Joe Louis: Culture Hero in African-America, 1934-1944. 148pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1987 D745

Edwards, Barrington S. Politics of the Science of Race: White and Black Notions of Race in the U. S., 1829-1879. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1995 E262

Forman, James, An Examination of the Question of Self-Determination and its Application to the African-American People. 191pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1980 F724

Frederick, Rona Monique. 'We are an African People`: An Analysis of How Culture Influences the Learning Processes of African-American Children Attending Urban Public Schools. 147pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 F582

Fuller, Erica Anne. A Shade of Gray: A Creative Exploration into the Bi-racial Experience. 302pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1995 F965

Germain, Felix Fernand. The Afro-Haitian Influence on New Orleans, 1809-1859. 102pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 G476

Grady, Jonathan Royce. Access For African Americans at the University of California Los Angeles (1973-2008): An Insurgent Opposition From Bakke to Proposition 209 and the Struggle to Renew Equality of Educational Opportunity. 132pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 G733

Grady, Jonathan Royce. Access For African Americans at the University of California Los Angeles (1973-2008): An Insurgent Opposition From Bakke to Proposition 209 and the Struggle to Renew Equality of Educational Opportunity. 132pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 G733

Grady, Lisa Michele. African American Youth Assert Their Voice Through "Creative Dramatics". 301pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 G732

Graham, Jessica Lynn. Hitler's Nazism, Sport, and Joe Louis: Racism vs. Pseudo-Democracy in America. 142pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 G734

Graham, Mary-Emma, The Threefold Cord: Blackness, Womaness and Art; A Study of the Life and Work of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. 97pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1973 G741

Hall, Michael Re-shon. From Center to Margin: The Exhibition of Culture at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. 106 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 H3575

Harris, Verda Lorraine. Perceptions of the Arts Institution in the African-American Community: Focus on the Muse Community Museum in Central Brooklyn. 158pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1985 H316

Hewitt, Ronald. The Afro-American Struggle to Acquire Land During Reconstruction and the Effects of their Failure: A Case Study of South Carolina, 1865-1900. 91pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1987 H611

Hicks, Kandree E. "Gettin' God?" Examining the State of Urban HIV/AIDS Ministries: Building Holistic Responses. 166pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 H53

Hicks, Keisha A. The Multifarious Jihads of Malcolm X: From Malcolm Little to El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Quote: I Al All That I Have Been. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, 1964. 86 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 K573

Hill, Deidre Hazel Pauline. Without Struggle There is No Progress: An Ethnohistoric Study of Ithaca, New York's African American Community. 99pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 H645

Hobson, Tawana Annette. Signifyin' Threads: Black Fashion and Art, 1965-1980. 109pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 H637

Hodge, Natalie K. Fighting for Our Education, Fighting for Our Future: Black Women's Leadership in the Black Studies Movement. 110pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 H63

Hodges, Arkee. Black Liberation Ideologies and Solutions: An analysis of Black Nationalism, Integration and Electoral Politics, and Social Capitalism. 130pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2004 H634

Johnson, Amaud Jamaul. "The Sea in My Belly:" Transcendence and the Blues Poetry of Etheridge Knight. 97pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1998 J644

Johnson, Marie Rose. 'Of These, One was a Woman': The Lynching of African American Women, 1885-1946. 190pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1998 J6483

Johnson, Robert Cecil, Jr., The American Colonization Society and Emigrationism in the Nineteenth Century. 170pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1975 J68

Jones, Louis Eugene, Conflict Over Africa: Paul Robeson and W.E.B. Du Bois Versus The United States Government, 1945-1958. 148pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1985 J77

Katungi, Candace Lani. Reclaiming the Sister-Struggle: Women in the Black Nationalist Tradition. 130 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2005 K388

Lawrence-Porter, V. Njia. Critical Theory and Critical Consciousness in African American Liberatory Struggle: An Analysis of Maulana Karenga's Kawaida Theory. 143pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 L424

Kirby, Jimmy. The Soul of a People Is Found In Their Art: A Critical Examination of African/Black Creative Expressions. 115pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 K573

Levy, LaTaSha Beatrice. Inciting the Counter-Revolution: Black Neoconservatism in the Post-Civil Rights Era. 188 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 L489



Lind, Daniel Joseph
, From Mulatto to Black to Biracial: A Psycho-Historical Analysis of Biracial Identity in the United States. 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 L742

Lively, Kenneth Orlando. The Evolution of Black Stand-Up Comedy from 1955-1995. 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 L784

Lynch, Eric, Socio-Economic Relations Between the Creek Nation and Blacks from 1790-1860: A Case Study. 89pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1977 L987

Maddox, Tyesha F. Forging a Black Identity: A Comparison of Caribbean American and African American Relations in the U.S. (1838-1924) and (1941-1964). 103pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 M333

McCloud, Kelly D. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: A Study of Militant Black Leadership in Electoral Politics. 165pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 M3823

McGregory, Jerrilyn M., Aareck to Zsaneka: African American Names in an Urban Community, 1945-1980. 168pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1985 M4785

Midgette, Laurie Bernadette. Teacher Certification and the African-American: Testing and Other Issues. 115pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1992 M629

Morton, Phelicia Ann. Home is Where the People Are: A Case Study of the Black Westward Movement, Sandtown, Oklahoma. 97pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1999 M678

Murenia, Alex Robert. The Roles Played by Leading Abolitionists in Underground Railroad Activities in the Lake Counties of Central New York, 1793-1859. 80pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1982 M975

Myrick, Joyce, On the Savannah and the Peedee, 1822-1860: A Comparative Study of Material Conditions for Slaves on the Chicora Wood Rice Plantation of Robert F. W. Allston and the Silver Bluff Cotton Plantation of James H. Hammond. 165pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1977 M998

Niamke, Kalonji Lasana. The Legacy of "The East": An Analysis of a Case Experience in Independent Institution and Nation(alist) Building, 1969-1986. 204pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1999 N533

Oliver, Kenneth Terrence. All The Gay Men Are White, All The Black Men Are Straight: Black Homosexuals’ Identity Formation Within A Racialized And Gendered Society.113pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2006 O458

Peoples, Gabriel. A Circular Lineage: The Bakongo Cosmogram and the Ring Shout of Enslaved Africans and their Descendants on the Georgian and South Carolinian Sea Islands. 100pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 P467

Ross, Pamela L. Black Students, Black Studies: Education for Liberation. 68pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1991 R825

Singh, Yvonne. The Life and Times of Aunt Elsie Brooks: Or, A Semi-Fictional Narrative Playscript, in the tradition of the American Slave Narrative, of the Life and Times of a Female Ex-Slave Written, Not By Herself, But instead, By One Who Researched the Incidents of Her Life in Conjunction With the African-American History and Folklore of Ithaca, New York. 162pp. BLISHED: 1990. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1990 S6168

Smith, Andre, Theory and Praxis: A Case Study of Kawaida Theory and the Institute of Positive Education. 105pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1984 S642

Smith, Taj P. Critiquing the Educational System and Proposing Alternatives for Positive Change in Black Communities: Lessons from Three Role Models for Public Schools in New Jersey. 201pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2006 S659

Tanksley, Amma. Ella Josephine Baker: An Analysis of Liberatory Leadership. 119pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 T165

Turner, Douglas, Equality and Civil Rights Movement. 126pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1981 T945

Tyehimba, Agyei. Challenging White Cultural Hegemony, Advancing Black Liberatory Education: The Black Student Struggle for Black Studies at Cornell University, 1968-69. 222pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 T97

Watson, Lawrence. Joel Augustus Rogers: Popularizer of Black History. 104pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1978 W33

Willis, Winston Alan. Leadership Issues of the Black Panther Party, 1966-1971. 203pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 W735

Wilson, Leslie Emmett, The Political Role of the Black Physician During the Nineteenth Century. 246pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1978 W751

Withers, Wendy Renee, 1964- Getting Together to Exercise Power: A Case Study of the National Association of Black Women Attorneys. 139pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1989 W824

Woods, Benjamin Jermaine. The Relationship of Black Power and Black Arts/Consciousness Movements to the Black Studies Movement. 133pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 W663

Young, Jessica Elise. James Baldwin: Tapping Beneath the Surface of Race & Sexuality. 94pp. Abstract Thesis DT 2009 Y686

Zellars, Rachel. Stakes is High: Representations of Blackness in Hip-Hop Culture, 1975-Present. 164pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 Z4359


American Indian

Lynch, Eric, Socio-Economic Relations Between the Creek Nation and Blacks from 1790-1860: A Case Study. 89pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1977 L987


Arts/Performance

Abdullah, Luqman Muhammad. The Sounds of Liberation: Resistance, Cultural Retention, and Progressive Traditions For Social Justice in African American Music 121. pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A238 (Open)

Gilvin, Amanda Kay. The Fire Is Too Hot For Them: Gender and Change in the Krobo Bread Industry. 179pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2006 G558

Hassan, Bashir. Cybernetic Worlds Play: Poetics of Online Black Homoerotic Expansion 61. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 H3796

Harris, Verda Lorraine. Perceptions of the Arts Institution in the African-American Community: Focus on the Muse Community Museum in Central Brooklyn. 158pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1985 H316

Hobson, Tawana Annette. Signifyin' Threads: Black Fashion and Art, 1965-1980. 109pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 H637

Kirby, Jimmy. The Soul of a People Is Found In Their Art: A Critical Examination of African/Black Creative Expressions. 115pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 K573

Lalla, Nicholas. Visual Revisionism in Post-Katrina Art 104. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2012 L357

Lively, Kenneth Orlando. The Evolution of Black Stand-Up Comedy from 1955-1995. 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 L784

Ngozi-Brown, Ayodele T. "To Bring Grandeur Back to Blackness": Arthur Hall's Afro-American Dance Ensemble in the Historical Continuum of African Dance Performance in the United States. 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 N574

Zellars, Rachel. Stakes is High: Representations of Blackness in Hip-Hop Culture, 1975-Present. 164pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 Z4359


Biography

Abdullah, Luqman Muhammad. The Sounds of Liberation: Resistance, Cultural Retention, and Progressive Traditions For Social Justice in African American Music 121. pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A238 (Open)

Aplin-Rollins, Beth Carol. "The Muses Themselves Would Bear Witness to This": Jessie Redmon Fauset; A Biographical Portrait and Literary Analysis. 317pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1995 A642

Ball, Jared A. Still Speaking: An Intellectual History of John Henrik Clarke. 158pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 B357

Combs, Rhea Lynn, African American Independent Filmmaker, Julie Dash: Developing a Black Female Vioce in Daughters of the Dust. 125pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1994 C731

Cribb, Arielle Garden. Don't Ask Us About Freedom: Stories Of Gender And Injustice In The Cases Of Afeni Shakur, Angela Davis and Assata Shakur. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C753

Crowther, Jamila Ariyomi. Liberia: Postwar, Not Yet Postcolonial. 85pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C768

Dowden, Priscilla Anne, Joe Louis: Culture Hero in African-America, 1934-1944. 148pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1987 D745

Drake, Willie Avon, Kwame Nkrumah: His Practical and Theoretical Treatment of Pan-Africanism. 70pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1973 D763

Glover, Kenneth E. John Henrik Clarke: Historian and Educator in the Tradition of Independent Black Scholarship 199. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 G568

Graham, Jessica Lynn. Hitler's Nazism, Sport, and Joe Louis: Racism vs. Pseudo-Democracy in America. 142pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 G734

Graham, Mary-Emma, The Threefold Cord: Blackness, Womaness and Art; A Study of the Life and Work of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. 97pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1973 G741

Hawthrone, Tasha Maleka, Parallel Pathways and Vertical Limits: The Rhetorical Trope Of “First Black Wifery” In Coretta Scott King’s and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s Autobiographies. 96pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 H397

Hicks, Keisha A. The Multifarious Jihads of Malcolm X: From Malcolm Little to El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Quote: I Al All That I Have Been. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, 1964. 86 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 K573

Jones, Louis Eugene, Conflict Over Africa: Paul Robeson and W.E.B. Du Bois Versus The United States Government, 1945-1958. 148pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1985 J77

Lively, Kenneth Orlando. The Evolution of Black Stand-Up Comedy from 1955-1995. 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 L784

McCloud, Kelly D. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: A Study of Militant Black Leadership in Electoral Politics. 165pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 M3823

Sales, Brian P. The Dialectic Political Philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois: Nationalism, Liberalism, Pan-Africanism and Socialism. 117pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 S163

Singh, Yvonne. The Life and Times of Aunt Elsie Brooks: Or, A Semi-Fictional Narrative Playscript, in the tradition of the American Slave Narrative, of the Life and Times of a Female Ex-Slave Written, Not By Herself, But instead, By One Who Researched the Incidents of Her Life in Conjunction With the African-American History and Folklore of Ithaca, New York. 162pp. BLISHED: 1990. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1990 S6168

Smith, Billye Raushanah. Countering Hegemony Through Synthesis: A Lifetime of Commitment to the Black Community in the Works of Toni Cade Bambara. 126pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2006 S657 (Open)

Tanksley, Amma. Ella Josephine Baker: An Analysis of Liberatory Leadership. 119pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1997 T165

Watson, Lawrence. Joel Augustus Rogers: Popularizer of Black History. 104pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1978 W33

Young, Jessica Elise. James Baldwin: Tapping Beneath the Surface of Race & Sexuality. 94pp. Abstract Thesis DT 2009 Y686


Black Nationalism

Anderson, Sade. Race Relations in Venezuela and the Black Consciousness Challenge, Through the Lense of La Red De Organizations AfroVenezolans (The Afro-Venezuelan Network). 136pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A536

Boose, Donelle. Operationalizing Black Nationalism: An Analysis of Black Nationalist: Development in Three Approaches, 1965-1980 113. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 B667

Cribb, Arielle Garden. Don't Ask Us About Freedom: Stories Of Gender And Injustice In The Cases Of Afeni Shakur, Angela Davis and Assata Shakur. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C753

Forman, James, An Examination of the Question of Self-Determination and its Application to the African-American People. 191pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1980 F724

Glover, Kenneth E. John Henrik Clarke: Historian and Educator in the Tradition of Independent Black Scholarship 199. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 G568

Hicks, Keisha A. The Multifarious Jihads of Malcolm X: From Malcolm Little to El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Quote: I Al All That I Have Been. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, 1964. 86 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 K573

Hobson, Tawana Annette. Signifyin' Threads: Black Fashion and Art, 1965-1980. 109pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2001 H637

Hodge, Natalie K. Fighting for Our Education, Fighting for Our Future: Black Women's Leadership in the Black Studies Movement. 110pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 H63

Hodges, Arkee. Black Liberation Ideologies and Solutions: An analysis of Black Nationalism, Integration and Electoral Politics, and Social Capitalism. 130pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2004 H634

Katungi, Candace Lani. Reclaiming the Sister-Struggle: Women in the Black Nationalist Tradition. 130 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2005 K388

Lawrence-Porter, V. Njia. Critical Theory and Critical Consciousness in African American Liberatory Struggle: An Analysis of Maulana Karenga's Kawaida Theory. 143pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 L424

McCloud, Kelly D. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: A Study of Militant Black Leadership in Electoral Politics. 165pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 M3823

Niamke, Kalonji Lasana. The Legacy of "The East": An Analysis of a Case Experience in Independent Institution and Nation(alist) Building, 1969-1986. 204pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1999 N533

Smith, Andre, Theory and Praxis: A Case Study of Kawaida Theory and the Institute of Positive Education. 105pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1984 S642

Willis, Winston Alan. Leadership Issues of the Black Panther Party, 1966-1971. 203pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1993 W735

Woods, Benjamin Jermaine. The Relationship of Black Power and Black Arts/Consciousness Movements to the Black Studies Movement. 133pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 W663


Body Image

Bivins, Joy L. Trauma, Resistance, Contradictions: Contemporary Themes in Black Women's Representation. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 B58


Caribbean Experience

Anderson, Sade. Race Relations in Venezuela and the Black Consciousness Challenge, Through the Lense of La Red De Organizations AfroVenezolans (The Afro-Venezuelan Network). 136pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A536

Bedasse, Monique Ann. Rasta Evolution: The Twelve Tribes of Israel in Transition. 128pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2002 B433

Clemente, Rosa Alicia. The Political Development of the Young Lords Party: 1969-1974. 160pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2002 C546

Davidson, Andrew Christopher. The Sisters of Sheba: A Legacy of Leadership and Historical Contributions of Women Relating to the Rastafari Movement of Jamaica. 125pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1998 D38

Denis, Milagros. Interpretations and Influences of the Haitian Revolution in Puerto Rico: Resistance and Racism. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1999 D465

Diggs, Charles D., Kin Meets Kin: An Analysis of Afro-American and Afro-Caribbean Relations in Harlem During the 1920's. 113pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1988 D573

Dorsey, Kayla Latracia. Moving the Cultural Center of Curriculm Content The Case of Primary Social Studies in Belize. 146pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 D677

Felima, Crystal Andrea. Multiple Jeopardies of Haitian Vulnerability: How Socio-Economic and Political Factors Exacerbate Environmental Hazards in Haiti 114. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2010 F455

Fils, Gerald Louis. From Sugar Cane to Computer Chips: The Political Economy of Information Technology in the Caribbean. 285pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 F53

Guilamo, Daly. Challenging the official narrative of the 1937 Haitian Massacre in the Dominican Republic. 84 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 G855

Germain, Felix Fernand. The Afro-Haitian Influence on New Orleans, 1809-1859. 102pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 G476

Jansen, Sean Michael. African Continuities in the Phenomenon of Trinidad Carnival: An Evolution of Cultural Resistance and Liberation. 194pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2000 J367

Jones, Jody-Anne. Engendering Governance in Jamaica: Agency and Women’s Political Participation and Representation. 239pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2006 J664

Maddox, Tyesha F. Forging a Black Identity: A Comparison of Caribbean American and African American Relations in the U.S. (1838-1924) and (1941-1964). 103pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 M333

Moyer, Cara Lynn. Re-Presenting Blackness Independent Black Cinema in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Perspective. 162pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2003 M69

Mortimer, Delores Minerva, Identity and Development: Some Evolutionary Trends and Orientations in the Caribbean Region. 181pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1974 M888

Wiggins, Saadia Nicoe. African Continuities in the Afro-Caribbean Religious Complex: An Examination of the 1994 Iyalorisha Installation Process for the Opa Orisha (Shango) Movement of Trinidad. 115pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1996 W655

Williams, Marvin. The Black Struggle for Political Autonomy in the Virgin Islands Under Navy Rule, 1917-1931. 154pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 1982 W725


Communication/Media

Bachman, Raymond Dwight, Black Radio: Its Origin, Development and Changing Trends. 115pp. Abstract

Combs, Rhea Lynn, African American Independent Filmmaker, Julie Dash: Developing a Black Female Vioce in Daughters of the Dust. 125pp. Abstract

Ewell, Robbi Linwood, The Afro-American Image in U.S. Film, 1900 to 1945. 85pp. Abstract

Moyer, Cara Lynn. Re-Presenting Blackness Independent Black Cinema in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Perspective. 162pp. Abstract


Cornell University

Hodge, Natalie K. Fighting for Our Education, Fighting for Our Future: Black Women's Leadership in the Black Studies Movement. 110pp. Abstract

Ross, Pamela L. Black Students, Black Studies: Education for Liberation. 68pp. Abstract

Tyehimba, Agyei. Challenging White Cultural Hegemony, Advancing Black Liberatory Education: The Black Student Struggle for Black Studies at Cornell University, 1968-69. 222pp. Abstract


Education

Afriye, Ranahnah Ayodele. The Sower and the Seed: Redefining Primary Education in Tanzania for Post-Colonial Liberation.

Brown, Brenda Annetta. The role of African-American Women in the Education of African-Americans, 1880-1920: Four Women in Perspective. 153pp. Abstract

Davis, Audrey Cecile. The Limits of Educational Reform in a Capitalist and Racist Society. 77pp. Abstract

Dorsey, Kayla Latracia. Moving the Cultural Center of Curriculm Content The Case of Primary Social Studies in Belize. 146pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 D677

Frederick, Rona Monique. 'We are an African People`: An Analysis of How Culture Influences the Learning Processes of African-American Children Attending Urban Public Schools. 147pp. Abstract

Grady, Jonathan Royce. Access For African Americans at the University of California Los Angeles (1973-2008): An Insurgent Opposition From Bakke to Proposition 209 and the Struggle to Renew Equality of Educational Opportunity. 132pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 G733

Hay, Susan Carol. The Singa Girls' School: A Case Study in Educational Development. 285pp. Abstract

Hill, Ernest James, School Desegregation in Rural Louisiana: Harsh Reality for Black Teachers, Students, and Parents. 111pp. Abstract

Hodge, Natalie K. Fighting for Our Education, Fighting for Our Future: Black Women's Leadership in the Black Studies Movement. 110pp. Abstract

Midgette, Laurie Bernadette. Teacher Certification and the African-American: Testing and Other Issues. 115pp. Abstract

Niamke, Kalonji Lasana. The Legacy of "The East": An Analysis of a Case Experience in Independent Institution and Nation(alist) Building, 1969-1986. 204pp. Abstract

Ross, Pamela L. Black Students, Black Studies: Education for Liberation. 68pp. Abstract

Smith, Andre, Theory and Praxis: A Case Study of Kawaida Theory and the Institute of Positive Education. 105pp. Abstract

Smith, Stacy Lee. Multicultural Higher Education: Respecting Differences or Promoting Divisiveness in America's Liberal Democracy? 157pp. Abstract

Smith, Taj P. Critiquing the Educational System and Proposing Alternatives for Positive Change in Black Communities: Lessons from Three Role Models for Public Schools in New Jersey. 201pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2006 S659

Thomas, Kertia Libretto, A Study of the Relationship Between Black Awareness and Academic Performance. 44pp. Abstract

Tyehimba, Agyei. Challenging White Cultural Hegemony, Advancing Black Liberatory Education: The Black Student Struggle for Black Studies at Cornell University, 1968-69. 222pp. Abstract

Wilson, James Arthur, African Resistance and Cultural Nationalism: The Kikuyu Independent Schools Movement in Kenya. 127pp. Abstract

Woods, Benjamin Jermaine. The Relationship of Black Power and Black Arts/Consciousness Movements to the Black Studies Movement. 133pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 W663


Film

Combs, Rhea Lynn, African American Independent Filmmaker, Julie Dash: Developing a Black Female Vioce in Daughters of the Dust. 125pp. Abstract

Ewell, Robbi Linwood, The Afro-American Image in U.S. Film, 1900 to 1945. 85pp. Abstract

Lackey, Jamicia Evette. Renegotiating Resistance: African Diaspora Film and the Discourse of Third Cinema. 133 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 L335

Moyer, Cara Lynn. Re-Presenting Blackness Independent Black Cinema in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Perspective. 162pp. Abstract


Health

Hicks, Kandree E. "Gettin' God?" Examining the State of Urban HIV/AIDS Ministries: Building Holistic Responses. 166pp. Abstract

Turner, Sekai. The National Black Women’s Health Project, 1983 - 1995: A Movement of Inclusive Health Care For Girls and Women 113. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2010 T876

Wilson, Leslie Emmett, The Political Role of the Black Physician During the Nineteenth Century. 246pp. Abstract


Ithaca, New York

Grady, Lisa Michele. African American Youth Assert Their Voice Through "Creative Dramatics". 301pp. Abstract

Hill, Deidre Hazel Pauline. Without Struggle There is No Progress: An Ethnohistoric Study of Ithaca, New York's African American Community. 99pp. Abstract

Hodge, Natalie K. Fighting for Our Education, Fighting for Our Future: Black Women's Leadership in the Black Studies Movement. 110pp. Abstract

Murenia, Alex Robert. The Roles Played by Leading Abolitionists in Underground Railroad Activities in the Lake Counties of Central New York, 1793-1859. 80pp. Abstract

Ross, Pamela L. Black Students, Black Studies: Education for Liberation. 68pp. Abstract

Singh, Yvonne. The Life and Times of Aunt Elsie Brooks: Or, A Semi-Fictional Narrative Playscript, in the tradition of the American Slave Narrative, of the Life and Times of a Female Ex-Slave Written, Not By Herself, But instead, By One Who Researched the Incidents of Her Life in Conjunction With the African-American History and Folklore of Ithaca, New York. 162pp. BLISHED: 1990. Abstract

Tyehimba, Agyei. Challenging White Cultural Hegemony, Advancing Black Liberatory Education: The Black Student Struggle for Black Studies at Cornell University, 1968-69. 222pp. Abstract


Literature

Austin, Tracy Lynne, The Presence and Function of Folklore in the Fiction of Arna Bontemps. 105pp. Abstract

Aplin-Rollins, Beth Carol. "The Muses Themselves Would Bear Witness to This": Jessie Redmon Fauset; A Biographical Portrait and Literary Analysis. 317pp. Abstract

Beauboeuf, Tamara Michelle. Memories of Pre-Adolescence and First-Person Narratives: Tools of Identity Formation for Africana Women. 179pp. Abstract

Bigger, Jeaneal C., Resurrection: The Critical Reception of Zora Neale Hurston,1934-1977. 168 pp. Abstract

Callenberger, David Jerel. Reimagining Residents and Habitation: Urban Geography and Socio-Cultural Relations In a Selection of Cape Town Fiction. 84pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C355

Collins, Joycelyn Laverne. Unveiling Christian Motifs in Selected Writers of Harlem Renaissance Literature. 125 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 C655

Coleman, Robyn Joy. Drowning in Contingency: Nonbeing in Frantz Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks 84. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 C654

Graham, Mary-Emma, The Threefold Cord: Blackness, Womaness and Art; A Study of the Life and Work of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. 97pp. Abstract

Jagne, Siga Fatima. The City in African literature: The Rural-Urban Contradiction and the Individual vs. the Communal Ethic. 101pp. Abstract

Johnson, Amaud Jamaul. "The Sea in My Belly:" Transcendence and the Blues Poetry of Etheridge Knight. 97pp. Abstract

Lindsey, Theresa. Women's Creativity in Cane and The Color Purple. 82pp. Abstract

Linton-Umeh, Marie Arlene. An exploratory Study of Images of Women in African Non-Vernacular Writing As Portrayed by Selected Contemporary African Authors. 107pp. Abstract

McFarland, Michelle Nadine. Planting the Seeds: The Role of Zora Neale Hurston in the Development of a Distinct African-American Feminist Voice. 95pp. Abstract

Omelsky, Matthew Bruce. Youth Indeterminacy and Postcolonial African Creative Thought 104. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 O435

Priest, Myisha Tandika. Issues of the Spirit: The Development and Dynamics of Spirituality in African American Women's Literature. 130pp. Abstract

Reed, Mary Elizabeth. Poetry Written in English by Kenyan and Ugandan Women from 1967 to 1976. 112pp. Abstract

Smith, Ayanna N. Rediscovering the Ancestral Figure in the Age of Materialism: Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the Widow, and Gloria Naylor's Mama Day. 122pp. Abstract

Smith, Billye Raushanah. Countering Hegemony Through Synthesis: A Lifetime of Commitment to the Black Community in the Works of Toni Cade Bambara. 126pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2006 S657 (Open)

Thompson, Erika M., Symptoms of Oppression or Acts of Liberation? Psychosis, Mutilation and Death in Diasporic Womanist Literature. 88pp. Abstract

Young, Jessica Elise. James Baldwin: Tapping Beneath the Surface of Race & Sexuality. 94pp. Abstract Thesis DT 2009 Y686


Military

Bekerie, Ayele, The Pan-African Implications of the Italo-Ethiopian War of1935. 111pp. Abstract

Brown, Scot. The Dilemma of the African American Soldier in the Philippine-American War, 1899-1902. 101pp. Abstract

Denis, Milagros. Interpretations and Influences of the Haitian Revolution in Puerto Rico: Resistance and Racism. 114pp. Abstract

Ohadike, Sandra Nonye. Conflict and Reconciliation: The Nigerian-Biafran War 1967-70. 151pp. Abstract

Williams, Marvin. The Black Struggle for Political Autonomy in the Virgin Islands Under Navy Rule, 1917-1931. 154pp. Abstract


Music

Abdullah, Luqman Muhammad. The Sounds of Liberation: Resistance, Cultural Retention, and Progressive Traditions For Social Justice in African American Music 121. pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A238 (Open)

Harris, Christopher S. Rappin’, Riffin’, Resistin’: The Revolutionary Poetics of Underground Rap Music and Neo-Soul. 130 pp. Abstract

Hall, Michael Re-shon. From Center to Margin: The Exhibition of Culture at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. 106 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 H3575

Jiles, Robert De’Von. Hip-Hop’s Politics of Sexuality: The Language of Black Masculinity and Same-Sex Desire 114. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 J54

Ransom, Erinn NeShae. Third Eyes Wide Shut: The Spectrum of Consciousness in Rap Lyrics. 112 pp. Abstract

Thompson, Aaron Lee. From Bad Brains to Afro-Punk: An Analysis of Identity, Consciousness, and Liberation Through Punk Rock From 1977-2010 82. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2010 T465

Zellars, Rachel. Stakes is High: Representations of Blackness in Hip-Hop Culture, 1975-Present. 164pp. Abstract


Nomenclature

McGregory, Jerrilyn M., Aareck to Zsaneka: African American Names in an Urban Community, 1945-1980. 168pp. Abstract

 


Politics

Albright, Clifford E. Strange Bedfellows: The Southern African Development Community and U.S. Foreign Policy. 129pp. Abstract

Anderson, Sade. Race Relations in Venezuela and the Black Consciousness Challenge, Through the Lense of La Red De Organizations AfroVenezolans (The Afro-Venezuelan Network). 136pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 A536

Birdsong, Calvin Richard, Identity and Struggle: An Analysis of the Ideological Contradictions Manifested in the New Black Marxist-Black Nationalist Debate. 196pp. Abstract

Busia, Osei F. Pan-Africanism or Post-Neocolonialism: The Dilemma of the Political Economy of Development in Africa. 121pp. Abstract

Clemente, Rosa Alicia. The Political Development of the Young Lords Party: 1969-1974. 160pp. Abstract

Cobbs, Dorothy Lee, Portugal, the Colonized Empire: A Study of an Underdeveloped Country's Maintenance of African Colonies. 135pp. Abstract

Crowther, Jamila Ariyomi. Liberia: Postwar, Not Yet Postcolonial. 85pp. Abstract Library Annex Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C768

Deese, Adrian Montrell. Making Sense of the Past: Ajayi Kọláwọlẹ Ajíṣafẹ and the (Re) making of Modern Abeokuta (Nigeria) 199. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 D443

Dickson, Patrick John. Out of the Lion's Mouth: The Colored Farmers' Alliance in the New South, 1886-1892. 208pp. Abstract

Forman, James, An Examination of the Question of Self-Determination and its Application to the African-American People. 191pp. Abstract

Guilamo, Daly. Challenging the official narrative of the 1937 Haitian Massacre in the Dominican Republic. 84 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 G855

Harris, Katherine, Liberia, A case study of Informal American Colonialism, 1818-1833. 190pp. Abstract

Hatchett, David, America-Angola: A Case Study of American Foreign Policy Toward the Third World. 160pp. Abstract

Hodges, Arkee. Black Liberation Ideologies and Solutions: An analysis of Black Nationalism, Integration and Electoral Politics, and Social Capitalism. 130pp. Abstract

Jackson, Thomas Jr. Women of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (1914-1927). 146pp. Abstract

Jones, Jody-Anne. Engendering Governance in Jamaica: Agency and Women’s Political Participation and Representation. 239pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2006 J664

Jones, Louis Eugene, Conflict Over Africa: Paul Robeson and W.E.B. Du Bois Versus The United States Government, 1945-1958. 148pp. Abstract

Lawrence-Porter, V. Njia. Critical Theory and Critical Consciousness in African American Liberatory Struggle: An Analysis of Maulana Karenga's Kawaida Theory. 143pp. Abstract

Levy, LaTaSha Beatrice. Inciting the Counter-Revolution: Black Neoconservatism in the Post-Civil Rights Era. 188 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 L489

Lynch, Eric, Socio-Economic Relations Between the Creek Nation and Blacks from 1790-1860: A Case Study. 89pp. Abstract

Maddox, Tyesha F. Forging a Black Identity: A Comparison of Caribbean American and African American Relations in the U.S. (1838-1924) and (1941-1964). 103pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 M333

McCloud, Kelly D. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: A Study of Militant Black Leadership in Electoral Politics. 165pp. Abstract

Niamke, Kalonji Lasana. The Legacy of "The East": An Analysis of a Case Experience in Independent Institution and Nation(alist) Building, 1969-1986. 204pp. Abstract

Omelsky, Matthew Bruce. Youth Indeterminacy and Postcolonial African Creative Thought 104. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 O435

Porter, Danielle Christian. Fashioning a Discourse of Elegance and Politics: The Historical Roots of the Sapeur Movement, 1884-1980 100. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2010 P678

Raza, Saira. Seeds of Modernization: Conflicting Roles of Agricultural as the Core Development and Growth Strategy in Senegal. 86pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 R39

Sales, Brian P. The Dialectic Political Philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois: Nationalism, Liberalism, Pan-Africanism and Socialism. 117pp. Abstract

Smith, Andre, Theory and Praxis: A Case Study of Kawaida Theory and the Institute of Positive Education. 105pp. Abstract

Smith, Stacy Lee. Multicultural Higher Education: Respecting Differences or Promoting Divisiveness in America's Liberal Democracy? 157pp. Abstract

Snyder, Kossouth, Malawi and Southern Africa: A Study of the Economic and Political Relationships Between Malawi and the White Minority Regimes of South Africa, Rhodesia, and the Portuguese Regime in Mozambique. 105pp. Abstract

Turner, Douglas, Equality and Civil Rights Movement. 126pp. Abstract

Weingarten, Sarah Maria. "The Belgians took My Picture": The Politics of Identity in the Construction of Ethno-History (Africa's Great Lakes Region, 1862-2001). 310pp. Abstract

Whalen, Irene Theresa. Underdevelopment in Kenya.119pp. Abstract

Wilde, Ann. Paintin’ ‘Em Red: Mississippi’s Propaganda Campaign Against Civil Rights Workers, 1954-1964. 161pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2005 W52

Willis, Winston Alan. Leadership Issues of the Black Panther Party, 1966-1971. 203pp. Abstract

Wilson, James Arthur, African Resistance and Cultural Nationalism: The Kikuyu Independent Schools Movement in Kenya. 127pp. Abstract

Wilson, Leslie Emmett, The Political Role of the Black Physician During the Nineteenth Century. 246pp. Abstract

Woods, Benjamin Jermaine. The Relationship of Black Power and Black Arts/Consciousness Movements to the Black Studies Movement. 133pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 W66


Publishing

Diabate, Dafina Blacksher. Empowering Indigenous Publishers Through Collective Action: The African Publishers' Network (APNET). 154pp. Abstract


Race Identity

Carter, Lesa. Isolation in Anger: Transformation of the Soul: A Look at Intra-Racial Color Prejudice, Sexism, and Self-Identity. 99pp. Abstract

Edwards, Barrington S. Politics of the Science of Race: White and Black Notions of Race in the U. S., 1829-1879. 114pp. Abstract

Fuller, Erica Anne. A Shade of Gray: A Creative Exploration into the Bi-racial Experience. 302pp. Abstract

Germain, Felix Fernand. The Afro-Haitian Influence on New Orleans, 1809-1859. 102pp. Abstract

Hassan, Bashir. Cybernetic Worlds Play: Poetics of Online Black Homoerotic Expansion 61. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 H3796

Lind, Daniel Joseph, From Mulatto to Black to Biracial: A Psycho-Historical Analysis of Biracial Identity in the United States. 154pp. Abstract

Makone, Lorraine Kerubo. Football in the Afro-Chota Valley (Ecuador): An Alternative Sphere of Black Identity and Community Development Politics 162. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 M357

Mchunu, Claudia Boykins. Towards an African Self-Concious Role: The Case of Black Engineers in the Corporation. 158pp. Abstract

Moule, Mary Ellen, Black, White, or Biracial?: The Identity Development of Mixed-Race Individuals. 152pp. Abstract

Moyer, Cara Lynn. Re-Presenting Blackness Independent Black Cinema in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Perspective. 162pp. Abstract

Mugo, Njeri. The Construction of Black Identity in Brazil: Selected Theories on Race, Culture and Politics. 239pp. Abstract

Niamke, Kalonji Lasana. The Legacy of "The East": An Analysis of a Case Experience in Independent Institution and Nation(alist) Building, 1969-1986. 204pp. Abstract

Thomas, Kertia Libretto, A Study of the Relationship Between Black Awareness and Academic Performance. 44pp. Abstract

Weingarten, Sarah Maria. "The Belgians took My Picture": The Politics of Identity in the Construction of Ethno-History (Africa's Great Lakes Region, 1862-2001). 310pp. Abstract


Racism

Cathcart, Mary Moore. The Definition of Discrimination: Southern Tradition, Racial Segregation, and White Identity in Indianola, Mississippi, 1890-1960. 211pp. Abstract

Dickson, Patrick John. Out of the Lion's Mouth: The Colored Farmers' Alliance in the New South, 1886-1892. 208pp. Abstract

Edwards, Barrington S. Politics of the Science of Race: White and Black Notions of Race in the U. S., 1829-1879. 114pp. Abstract

Johnson, Marie Rose. 'Of These, One was a Woman': The Lynching of African American Women, 1885-1946. 190pp. Abstract


Religion

Alarcon, Jessica Michelle. Fire, Hope, Prayer: Trinidad Orisa, Creolization, and the Politics of Authenticity 165. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2010 A427

Collins, Joycelyn Laverne. Unveiling Christian Motifs in Selected Writers of Harlem Renaissance Literature. 125 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 C655

Hicks, Keisha A. The Multifarious Jihads of Malcolm X: From Malcolm Little to El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Quote: I Al All That I Have Been. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, 1964. 86 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 K573

Howard, Tenisha Senora. "The Secret African City": Ancient Egyptian's Influences on Washington, D.C.'s Planning and Architecture in the 18th and 19th Centuries. 113pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 H694

James, Venice. The African Female Principle: The Origins of Religious Deification: Auset and the Black Madonna. 162pp. Abstract

Muhammad, Yusuf Abdullah. A Nation Within a Nation: An Examination of the Liberation Theology in the Ansaaru Allah Community in Brooklyn from 1970 to 1993, and its Relationship to the Black Islamic Tradition in the United States 89pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 M843

Munday, Reuben Alexander, Islam: Its Nature and its Rise and Decline in Sub-Saharan Mali and Songhai. 56pp. Abstract

Reimanis, Rita Melkis. Ibo Traditional Religion and Religious Change. 147pp. Abstract

Wiggins, Saadia Nicoe. African Continuities in the Afro-Caribbean Religious Complex: An Examination of the 1994 Iyalorisha Installation Process for the Opa Orisha (Shango) Movement of Trinidad. 115pp. Abstract

Willis, John Cardon. Continuity and Change: IFA'S Negotiation of Islamic and Christian Expansion among 19th Century Yoruba. 170pp. Abstract


Slavery

Butler, Diane S. Towards a Holistic Model for the Study of Creativity in Enslaved African Communities. 109pp. Abstract

Cooper, Michelle Asha. From Deep Roots to New Ground: A Holistic Approach to Storytelling Traditions in Nineteenth-Century Enslaved Communities of the South Carolina Lowcountry. 115pp. Abstract

Darrisaw, Darrell Donnell, The Black Woman's Slave Narrative. 90pp. Abstract

Murenia, Alex Robert. The Roles Played by Leading Abolitionists in Underground Railroad Activities in the Lake Counties of Central New York, 1793-1859. 80pp. Abstract

Myrick, Joyce, On the Savannah and the Peedee, 1822-1860: A Comparative Study of Material Conditions for Slaves on the Chicora Wood Rice Plantation of Robert F. W. Allston and the Silver Bluff Cotton Plantation of James H. Hammond. 165pp. Abstract

Peoples, Gabriel. A Circular Lineage: The Bakongo Cosmogram and the Ring Shout of Enslaved Africans and their Descendants on the Georgian and South Carolinian Sea Islands. 100pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2008 P467

Singh, Yvonne. The Life and Times of Aunt Elsie Brooks: Or, A Semi-Fictional Narrative Playscript, in the tradition of the American Slave Narrative, of the Life and Times of a Female Ex-Slave Written, Not By Herself, But instead, By One Who Researched the Incidents of Her Life in Conjunction With the African-American History and Folklore of Ithaca, New York. 162pp. BLISHED: 1990. Abstract

Staidum, Jr., Frederick Charles "Too Filthy to Be Repeated": Reading Sexualized Violence Against Enslaved Males In U.S. Slave Societies 147 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2007 S735


Sports

Dowden, Priscilla Anne, Joe Louis: Culture Hero in African-America, 1934-1944. 148pp. Abstract

Graham, Jessica Lynn. Hitler's Nazism, Sport, and Joe Louis: Racism vs. Pseudo-Democracy in America. 142pp. Abstract

Makone, Lorraine Kerubo. Football in the Afro-Chota Valley (Ecuador): An Alternative Sphere of Black Identity and Community Development Politics 162. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 M357


Technology

Fils, Gerald Louis. From Sugar Cane to Computer Chips: The Political Economy of Information Technology in the Caribbean. 285pp. Abstract


Women/Gender/Sexuality Studies

Bivins, Joy L. Trauma, Resistance, Contradictions: Contemporary Themes in Black Women's Representation. 114pp. Abstract

Brown, Brenda Annetta. The role of African-American Women in the Education of African-Americans, 1880-1920: Four Women in Perspective. 153pp. Abstract

Carrier, Nicole Monique. Calling All Women: A Study In the History of Black and White American Women Activists, 1830-1980. 218pp. Abstract

Carter, Lesa. Isolation in Anger: Transformation of the Soul: A Look at Intra-Racial Color Prejudice, Sexism, and Self-Identity. 99pp. Abstract

Charlemagne, Patricia Lee. People v. Johnson (1990): The Significance of Gender, Race and Class in Restricting Reproductive Rights. 164pp. Abstract

Clutterbuck, Alyssa Catherine. A Black Feminist Theory of Sexual Harassment: Hostile Environments, Plantation Violence, and Black Vernacular Misogyny 199. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 C588

Cribb, Arielle Garden. Don't Ask Us About Freedom: Stories Of Gender And Injustice In The Cases Of Afeni Shakur, Angela Davis and Assata Shakur. 114pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C753

Crowther, Jamila Ariyomi. Liberia: Postwar, Not Yet Postcolonial. 85pp. Abstract Library Annex Thesis DT 3.5 2009 C768

Darrisaw, Darrell Donnell, The Black Woman's Slave Narrative. 90pp. Abstract

Davidson, Andrew Christopher. The Sisters of Sheba: A Legacy of Leadership and Historical Contributions of Women Relating to the Rastafari Movement of Jamaica. 125pp. Abstract

Gilvin, Amanda Kay. The Fire Is Too Hot For Them: Gender and Change in the Krobo Bread Industry. 179pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2006 G558

Graham, Mary-Emma, The Threefold Cord: Blackness, Womaness and Art; A Study of the Life and Work of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. 97pp. Abstract

Hassan, Bashir. Cybernetic Worlds Play: Poetics of Online Black Homoerotic Expansion 61. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2013 H3796

Hawthrone, Tasha Maleka, Parallel Pathways and Vertical Limits: The Rhetorical Trope Of “First Black Wifery” In Coretta Scott King’s and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s Autobiographies. 96pp. Abstract

Henderson, Frances Beatrice. Raising their Voices: A Critical Examination of the South African Women's Anti-Pass Movement, 1956-1958. 122pp. Abstract

Hodge, Natalie K. Fighting for Our Education, Fighting for Our Future: Black Women's Leadership in the Black Studies Movement. 110pp. Abstract

Hunter, Elizabeth Ann. Tell Tales and Signs: An Exploration of Methods of Historiographic Research and Representation. 76pp. Abstract

Jackson, Thomas Jr. Women of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (1914-1927). 146pp. Abstract

James, Venice. The African Female Principle: The Origins of Religious Deification: Auset and the Black Madonna. 162pp. Abstract

Jiles, Robert De’Von. Hip-Hop’s Politics of Sexuality: The Language of Black Masculinity and Same-Sex Desire 114. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2011 J54

Johnson, Marie Rose. 'Of These, One was a Woman': The Lynching of African American Women, 1885-1946. 190pp. Abstract

Jones, Jody-Anne. Engendering Governance in Jamaica: Agency and Women’s Political Participation and Representation. 239pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2006 J664

Katungi, Candace Lani. Reclaiming the Sister-Struggle: Women in the Black Nationalist Tradition. 130 pp. Abstract Thesis DT 3 .5 2005 K388

Lindsey, Theresa. Women's Creativity in Cane and The Color Purple. 82pp. Abstract

Linton-Umeh, Marie Arlene. An exploratory Study of Images of Women in African Non-Vernacular Writing As Portrayed by Selected Contemporary African Authors. 107pp. Abstract

Priest, Myisha Tandika. Issues of the Spirit: The Development and Dynamics of Spirituality in African American Women's Literature. 130pp. Abstract

Reed, Mary Elizabeth. Poetry Written in English by Kenyan and Ugandan Women from 1967 to 1976. 112pp. Abstract

Rouse, Terri S. The Socio-Economic Position of Yoruba Women from 1915 to 1925 With Emphasis on the Market Women. 90pp. Abstract

Singh, Yvonne. The Life and Times of Aunt Elsie Brooks: Or, A Semi-Fictional Narrative Playscript, in the tradition of the American Slave Narrative, of the Life and Times of a Female Ex-Slave Written, Not By Herself, But instead, By One Who Researched the Incidents of Her Life in Conjunction With the African-American History and Folklore of Ithaca, New York. 162pp. BLISHED: 1990. Abstract

Smith, Ayanna N. Rediscovering the Ancestral Figure in the Age of Materialism: Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the Widow, and Gloria Naylor's Mama Day. 122pp. Abstract

Smith, Billye Raushanah. Countering Hegemony Through Synthesis: A Lifetime of Commitment to the Black Community in the Works of Toni Cade Bambara. 126pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2006 S657 (Open)

Tanksley, Amma. Ella Josephine Baker: An Analysis of Liberatory Leadership. 119pp. Abstract

Thompson, Erika M., Symptoms of Oppression or Acts of Liberation? Psychosis, Mutilation and Death in Diasporic Womanist Literature. 88pp. Abstract

Turner, Sekai. The National Black Women’s Health Project, 1983 - 1995: A Movement of Inclusive Health Care For Girls and Women 113. pp. Abstract Thesis DT3.5 2010 T876

Withers, Wendy Renee, 1964- Getting Together to Exercise Power: A Case Study of the National Association of Black Women Attorneys. 139pp. Abstract