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African People in the Global Village

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John K. Marah is Associate Professor and Coordinator in the African and African-American Studies Department at SUNY at Brockport.... Weiterlesen
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John K. Marah is Associate Professor and Coordinator in the African and African-American Studies Department at SUNY at Brockport.



Klappentext

African People in the Global Village looks at the place of African people in the global village and the possible direction that they may follow in the future. It takes the unique stance of suggesting ways that African people may eclectically look at themselves from a global perspective to understand their present position and decide what must be accomplished to become competent players in an age of technopoly. This original examination of African people from an open-minded, multidisciplinary perspective allows for a well-rounded understanding of their situations and possible evolution within the global village.



Inhalt

chapter 1 African Sensibilities in this Global Village chapter 2 Ancient and Modern Africa chapter 3 Why Africans Could be Enslaved and Colonized chapter 4 The Origins and Development of Pan-Africanism chapter 5 The Political Economy of African People in the Modern Global Zeitgeist chapter 6 The Continued Significance of Race and African People in the Global Village chapter 7 And Now African People Write About Themselves: African and African-American Male Writers chapter 8 Three African-American Female Writers chapter 9 Black Preaching in the Global Village Context chapter 10 Reflections on African People in the Global Village chapter 11 Bibliography chapter 12 Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: African People in the Global Village
Untertitel: An Introduction to Pan African Studies
Autor:
EAN: 9780761811343
ISBN: 0761811346
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 314
Gewicht: 421g
Größe: H216mm x B140mm x T18mm
Jahr: 1998