|"Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom": black spirituality and the rise of the Antislavery movement, 1740-1841.
||Wheaton Cappiello, Dianne
|(Re)membering revolution, imagining blackness: the Haitian revolution in the Black cultural imaginary.
|A Black woman's search for the Transdisciplinary Applied Social Justice model: encounters with Critical Race Feminism, Black Feminism, and Africana studies.
|A case study of resilient African American adults: what should school leaders know?
|A change is gonna come: critical race theory and African American community college faculty narratives.
||Carter, Tara Yvonne
|A culture-based design pedagogy for Nigerian and South African spatial forms.
||Oluwatoni Asojo, Abimbola
|A process of becoming: U.S. born African American and Black women in a process of liberation from internalized racism.
||Ovea Williams, Tanya
|Access, quality, and opportunity: a case study of Zambia Open Community Schools (ZOCS).
|Acculturation and psychosocial adjustment of African adolescent refugees in the United States: the role of social support.
||Nanjekho Kiteki, Bellah
|African American faculty and administrator success in the Academy: career mentoring and job satisfaction at Predominantly White Institutions.
||Beverly, Clyde, III
|African American Literary Counter-narratives in the Post-Civil Rights Era.
||Clyburn, Tifffani A.
|African Americans' perceptions of the "N-Word" in the context of Racial Identity attitudes.
|African culture and the status of Women: the Yoruba example.
|Africans in Arabia Felix: Aksumite relations with Himyar in the Sixth Century C.E.
|Black farmers united: the struggle against power and principalities.
||Grant, Gary R.; Wood, Spencer D.; Wright, Willie J.
|Black fists and fool's gold: the 1960s black athletic revolt reconsidered.
|Black magic woman: towards a theory of Africana Women's resistance.
||Ichile Hanks, Iyelli
|Black masculinities as marronage: Claude Mckay's representation of black male subjectivities in metropolitan spaces.
||Hugh Brown, Jarrett
|Black Megachurch Culture.
||Barnes, Sandra L.
|Black Mosaic: expanding contours of Black identity and Black politics.
||Watts, Candis S.
|Black nativism: African American politics, Nationalism and Citizenship in Baltimore and Philadelphia, 1817 to 1863.
||Keith Diemer, Andrew
|Capturing democracy: Black women activists and the struggle for equal rights, 1920s-1970s.
||Thompson, Courtney L.
|Cheikh Anta Diop: great African Scholar revisited.
|Ciphering nations: performing identity in Brazil and the Caribbean.
||Pueo Wood, Naomi
|Climatic change and female reproductive health: the case of traditional medicine in Tanzania.
|Color blocked: a rhetorical analysis of colorism and its impact on rap lyrics in hip hop music from 2005 to 2010.
||Ford, VaNatta S.
|Detroit Blues Women.
||Duggan Murphy, Michael
|Economic mobility and the transnational practices of West Africans in Catalonia, Spain.
|El Despeertar de Las Comunidades Afrocolombianas.
||Porras, Jorge E.
|Engendering subjectivities: narratives of African immigrant girls in Public High Schools.
||Akinyi Okwako, Betty
|Enhancing the culture of reading in Rwanda: reflections by students in tertiary institutions.
||Canisius Ruterana, Pierre
|Ethnography of the Howard School: art of agency, of resistance and syncretism.
||Jesse Shaw, Edward
|Exorcising the colonial Jinx: towards reconciling diversity and pedagogy in Zimbabwe's religious education curriculum.
|Female husbands in Igbo land: Southeast Nigeria.
||Chukwuemeka Nwoko, Kenneth
|Freedom is indivisible: the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Cold War politics, and international liberation movements.
||Erin Wood, Julia
|From Black power to the new millennium: the evolution of African centered education in Detroit, Michigan 1970-2000.
||Chike, Kefentse K.
|From Diop to Asante: conceptualizing and contextualizing the Afrocentric Paradigm.
||Karim Bangura, Abdul
|From strong Black Woman to Womanist: an Afrocentric approach to understanding perspectives of strengths, life experiences, and coping mechanisms of single, African American custodial grandmothers.
||White Jackson, Ozie
|Gadaa (Oromo democracy): an example of classical African Civilization.
|Globalizing Kenyan culture: Jua Kali and the transformation of contemporary Kenyan Art: 1960-2010.
|Historical influences on the Development of Indigenous Jamaican Maroon Ethnomedicine: comparisons with West African and Arawak Ethnopharmacopoeia.
|How African American Teachers' beliefs about African American Vernacular English influence their teaching.
|In memory: Eleazu S. Obinna.
|Interpreting participation in resistance: memories of the Mau Mau War.
||Njoki Osotsi, Felistas
|Kamili Ville: a community of urban African Youth's Journey to self-love and liberation.
||Johnson, Tabora A.
|Kusamira Ritual Music and the social reproduction of wellness in Uganda.
|Lexicological development of Kalahari language in the age of technology: a comparative study of French and Kalabari.
||Iyalla-Amadi, Priye E.
|Life pathways of Haitian-American young adults in South Florida.
||Vanderkoov, Patricia N.
|Living politics: practices and protests of 'the poor' in democratic South Africa.
||Chance, Kerry Ryan
|Loud silence: Black Women in the Academy Life Histories and Narratives.
|Messages in the medium: the relationships among Black media images, racial identity, body image, and the racial socialization of Black youth.
||Adams, Valerie N.
|Neo-Colonialism: American foreign policy and the first Liberian civil war.
||Klay Kieh, George, Jr.
|Perceptions of African American Females: an examination of Black Women's images in rap music videos.
||Marie Pellerin, Marquita
|Persisting at predominantly white institutions: African Caribbean college students narrate their U.S. academic experiences and administrators' perspectives.
|Power brokers: a study of African American female leaders' community participation using networks and collaborative partnerships.
||Ann Harris, Patricia
|Representations of history in African Diasporic Literatures and the Politics of Postmodernism.
||Johanna Njemi, Minna
|Rethinking Malcolm means first learning how to think: what was Marable thinking? And how?
|Rethinking Pan-Africanism in the AU (African Union)-led regional integration of Africa: identity politics in the diaspora involvement, Afro-Arab relations and Indian ocean islands.
|Review and reflections: music and dance traditions of Ghana.
|Saudades de Itapuaa: music, black identity, and community in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
||Tamia Nesmith, Nakisha
|Searching for knowledge in the Belly of the Beast: diversity, social equity and the African graduate student mother's experience in us higher education.
||Yirdong Lobnibe, Jane-Frances
|Skin bleaching in Jamaica: a colonial legacy.
||Alaine Robinson, Petra
|Soul generation: radical fashion, beauty, and the transnational black liberation movement, 1954-1980.
||Ford, Tanisha C.
|The academic success of first-generation African American male college students attending Predominantly White Institutions of higher education.
|The black college experience: immigrant and native black students on campus.
||Alforque Thomas, Audrey
|The cultural war against black intellectualism: fighting for aad dying over knowledge, dope, and hip hop in pursuit of Black liberation.
||Evan Bane Thompson, Garrett
|The effects of an Africentric theory, Africentric counseling program, and their developments with African American college students.
|The fault lies not in our starts, but in our biographers: minutes to midnight, Manning Marable succumbs.
||Steven Burroughs, Todd
|The influence of Afrocentric phenotype on promotion decisions for African American males.
||Johnson Holmes, Jeanne
|The long wait: African Migrant Communities and the production of local identity in Istanbul, Turkey.
||Knight, Ricky D.
|The price of adaptation: hybridization of African music and dance from village to international stage.
||Chester Iddrisu, Habib
|The second assassination of Malcolm X: a critical review of Manning Marable's biography.
||Andrew Morrow, John
|Towards the development of a culturally and contextually relevant model of coping for low-income, urban, African American youth.
||Carothers, Kristin J.
|Yoruba indigenous knowledges in the African Diaspora: knowledge, power and the politics of indigenous spirituality.
||Temitope Adefarakan, Elizabeth