Academic journal article Journal of Pan African Studies

The Dunham Technique

Academic journal article Journal of Pan African Studies

The Dunham Technique

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Our program is socialization through the arts. I see it as taking the rough edges ... and trying to challenge them into ways of thinking and behaving....

--Katherine Dunham

Lanker, Brian [edited by Barbara Summers, forward by Maya Angelou]. I Dream A World: Portraits of Black Wmen Who Changed America. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1989, p.28.

Welcome to issue four of volume one of The Journal of Pan African Studies. Since our last issue we have received praise from all corners of the globe, JPAS is listed in the Africa South of the Sahara: Selected Internet Resources of the Stanford University online catalog (http://gill.stanford.edu/africa/journ2.html), editorial board member Roland Barksdale-Hall (managing editor, BCALA Newsletter) has been appointed JPAS book review editor, and Volume 1, No. 2 of JPAS has been added to the archive (via special page retrieval by Esmeralda Kale, the Bibliographer of Africana at the Northwestern University Library, thank you Esmeralda Kale).

In this issue, I humbly dedicate the content to the life and times of the late queen mother, Katherine Dunham (1909-2006). …

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