The Journal of Pan African Studies
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ARCHIVED ISSUE

 

Volume 7 • Number 1 • 2014

 

On the cover: A student protester displays a Black Power salute to a crowd of onlookers as he is escorted by police following the seizure of the office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences at the University of Louisville on May 1, 1969. This demonstration was one of many that led to the creation of the Department of Pan-African Studies in 1973.

From the Black Studies Movement to the Obama Era: Introduction to this Issue
by W. Carson Byrd
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Celebrating Our Elders: Pan-African Studies Looks Back with Elders, Professor Jan Carew, Dr. Robert Douglas, Dr. Susan Herlin, Dean J. Blaine Hudson, and Dr. Yvonne Jones
by Joy Gleason Carew
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The Pan-African Studies Effect and Its Impact on Undergraduate Students
by Tomarra A. Adams
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40 Years of Educational Excellence, 12 Years of Intellectual Inquiry, Praxis & Transformation: PAS Graduate Programs at the University of Louisville
by Theresa Rajack-Talley
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Methods Beyond Methods: A Model for Africana Graduate Methods Training
by Latrica E. Best and W. Carson Byrd
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Racial Classifications, Biomarkers, and the Challenges of Health Disparities Research in the African Diaspora
by Latrica E. Best and John Chenault
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Re-accessing the Power of Art in the Discipline of Pan-African Studies
by Pearlie M. Johnson
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Reviewing the Revolt: Moving Toward a Historiography of the Black Campus Movement
by Shirletta J. Kinchen
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Standing in the Gap: The Past and Future of Pan-African Studies at the University of Louisville
by Ricky L. Jones
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