FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Africana Studies – April 2022
Nine entries from the Department of Africana Studies. Entries include studies on freedom and speech, on the Sedjemic Person, and on activism and academics in Africana Studies as a field of study.
Claybrook, M. Keith. Building the Basics: A Handbook for Pursuing Academic Excellence in Africana Studies, 2nd Edition, Kendall Hunt Press, 2021. (eBook and Print)
—. “African Proverbs, Riddles, and Storytelling: Promoting African Deep Thought in Africana Studies” Journal of Black Studies (Forthcoming).
—. “From Black Student Activist to Africana Scholar Activist: David C. Turner, III and Black Graduate Student Activism as Professional Development, A Case Study,” Journal of Black Studies, First Published February 10, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1177/00219347221077275.
—. “Africana Studies and 21st Century Black Student Activism: A Biographical Sketch of David C. Turner, III,” Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 52, Nos. 4, 2021, pgs. 359-378. https://doi.org/10.1177/0021934721996366.
—. “CORE’s Struggle for Hair Housing Rights in LA,” Black Perspectives, March 1, 2022. https://www.aaihs.org/cores-struggle-for-fair-housing-rights-in-la/.
—. “Black Identity and the Power of Self-Naming,” Black Perspectives, September 10, 2021. https://www.aaihs.org/black-identity-and-the-power-of-self-naming/.
—. “Remembering, Rethinking, and Renaming the Watts Rebellion,” Black Perspectives, August 13, 2021. https://www.aaihs.org/remembering-rethinking-and-renaming-the-watts-rebellion/.
Karenga, Maulana. (2022) “Maatian Ethics, Sdm, and Communicative Practice: The Conception and Cultivation of the Sedjemic Person,” in The Handbook of Global Interventions in Communication Theory, eds. Yoshitaka Miike and Jing Yin, New York: Routledge, pp. 103-121.
Karenga, Maulana, et al. (2022) “Toward an Expansive concept of Freedom and Speech: Defending the Principle, Practice and People,” in In and Out of View: Art and the Dynamic of Circulation, Suppression and Censorship, eds. Catha Paquette, Karen Kleinfedler, and Christopher Miles, New York: Bloomsbury Visual Arts, pp. 272-274.