Africana Studies : Beyond Race, Class & Culture
Edited by Seth N. Asumah & John K. Marah (College at Brockport faculty member).
Includes two chapters by John K. Marah: Helping African American minorities do well in school ; and: Teaching Africa through African literature.
"...reflects a wide variety of topics regarding Africana Studies and addresses how Africana Studies are affected by a changing global “village.” The readings contribute a critical study of African people from many different points of view, each important in their own right.
Resulting from a collaborative effort at 39th Annual Conference of the New York African Studies Association (NYASA), selected readings ... were judged by: criticality, substance, pertinence, eclecticism, and transformative conceptualizations.
... includes: Various points of view, from college administrators to social scientists to the general student population ; Shows the evolution of Africana Studies from various backgrounds and terms ; Questions the nature of Africana Studies in modern times amongst modern issues."-- Publisher
Dubuque, Iowa : Kendall Hunt, c2015.
xvi, 135 pages ; 28 cm.
The New York African Studies Association (NYASA) publication
African & African-American Studies
Asumah, Seth N. and Marah, John Karefah., "Africana Studies : Beyond Race, Class & Culture" (2015). Brockport Bookshelf. 397.