Black History Month Reading List: Through Different Prisms, Rich Black History Narratives Shine
Dodson, Angela P., Diverse Issues in Higher Education
New works on Black history have been pouring in throughout the past year. As Black History Month nears, it is time to take a closer look at the offerings. If there is a trend in subject matter, it is that most of the latest books appear to be on sharply focused, narrow, but nevertheless appealing topics that history has neglected or viewed differently in the past. Here are some brief sketches for our annual roundup.
African American History Reconsidered (New Black Studies Series), by Pero Dagbovie, $25, University of Illinois Press, March 2010, ISBN-10: 0252077016, ISBN-13: 978-0252077012, pp. 280.
An associate professor of history at Michigan State University assesses the state of scholarship on and the teaching of African-American …
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Publication information: Article title: Black History Month Reading List: Through Different Prisms, Rich Black History Narratives Shine. Contributors: Dodson, Angela P. - Author. Magazine title: Diverse Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 27. Issue: 25 Publication date: January 20, 2011. Page number: 13. © 2008 Cox, Matthews & Associates. COPYRIGHT 2011 Gale Group.
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