A bibliographical guide to Black studies programs in the United States: an annotated bibliography
Greenwood Press, Dec 1, 1985 - Reference - 120 pages
This book represents the first comprehensive compilation of information about Black Studies programs, departments, institutions, and centers, as well as about the discipline itself. Works by both Black and white writers are covered. Chapter one includes seventy-nine major books and pamphlets on Black Studies. "General Works," chapter two, consists of seventy-two books, many of which discuss the demands of Black students on major university campuses for Black Studies curricula. Chapter three consists of annotated entries for more than sixty-eight dissertations. The largest part of the book, chapter four, contains citations for more than 500 articles. An index listing authors, joint authors, and editors rounds out this resource guide.
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