Conference proceedings and presentations by the Black Studies Department faculty members are collected here.

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Submissions from 2014

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The Ankh Factor, Nikitah O. Imani

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The Sociocultural Functionality of Afrikan Syncretism: The Case of Spirituality, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2013

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An Invitation to Debate: Envisioning an Africa-Centered Perspective, Engaging Sociological Endeavor, Nikitah O. Imani

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Ukhamba: The Implications of Amateur Domestic Genealogical Research for African Socio-historical Analysis, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2012

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Plato and the Boxes, Nikitah O. Imani

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The Implications of Africa-Centered Conceptions of Time and Space for Quantitative Theorizing, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2011

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Can You Hear The Sound of the Drum?, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2010

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The Commodification of Victimization and Concomitant Glorification of Mediocrity, Nikitah O. Imani

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The Pyramidal Pillars Model of Afrikan Communal Development , Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2009

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The Terminological Problem in Africana Studies, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2003

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Exploring Race, Racism, Racialism, and Empowerment: The Importance of Researching and Documenting the Historical Experiences of People of Color at PWIs, Richard M. Breaux

Submissions from 1998

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Leaders of the New School: A Comparative Analysis of Selected African American Rap Artists, Andrew P. Smallwood