Black Issues in Higher Education

Black Issues in Higher Education is a magazine specializing in African American Focused topics.

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 19, November 4

Documenting the Diaspora
HISTORIAN COUPLE INVESTIGATE CENTRAL AFRICA'S PLACE IN WORLD HISTORY, ROOTING BLACK STUDIES IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXTTraveling to the Vatican to study documents once belonging to a 17th-century central African diplomat may seem an unlikely project...
On | the Move
DR. WALTER R. ALLEN has been appointed professor of education and holder of the Allan Murray Cartter chair in higher education at UCLA's Graduate School of Education. Previously he served as professor of sociology at UCLA and the University of Michigan....
Restoring a Ruptured Relationship
BARNARD COLLEGE'S CARYL PHILLIPS' SENIOR ENGLISH SEMINAR FOCUSES ON BROKEN INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS AND CULMINATES WITH A TRANS-ATLANTIC JOURNEYMillions of African people who were captured, kidnapped and shackled for sale as part of the trans-Atlantic...
Reversing the Tide
A COMPLEX VISA PROCESS HAS CONTRIBUTED TO A DECLINE IN THE NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS COMING TO THE COUNTRY SINCE 9/11In January, Humphrey Tusimiirwe, a native of Uganda, finally realized his dream of pursuing a psychology degree at a U.S. university....
Uncovering Frank Yerby
JOURNEY TO THE PH.D. LEADS ONE SCHOLAR TO MADRID, SPAIN, TO UNRAVEL THE COMPLEXITIES OF AN EXPATRIATE BEST-SELLING NOVELISTI was working to finish the first chapter of my dissertation when the opportunity arose to travel overseas. The deal - to chaperone...
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