John Henrik Clarke and the Power of Africana History: Africalogical Quest for Decolonization and Sovereignty

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Africa World Press, 2009 - Africa - 356 pages
"In the late 1960s through the late 1980s, the late John Henrik Clarke (1915-1998) was one of the foremost architects of the emerging discipline of Africana Studies/Africalogy as Professor of African World History in the Department of Black and Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College of the City University of New York and as the Carter G. Woodson Distinguished Visiting Professor of African History at Cornell University's Africana Studies and Research Center. The study explores Clarke's development and conceptualization of Afrikan World History by examining his intellectual influences and training, his approach to teaching Afrikan World History, his notions regarding."--Publisher's website.

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Contents

John Henrik Clarke and the Afrikan Academy
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The Training of an Afrikan Scholar
57
The Teaching of Africana History
93
Africana History A Weapon of Liberation
119
The Force and Implications of Afrikan Agency
147
The Imperative of Pan Afrikanism and the Quest
185
Pan Afrikan Nationalism In Action The Organi
221
The Dynamics of Afrikan Culture
251
The Clarkean Legacy and Contribution to
279
Bibliography
303
Index
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