Publications by the Black Studies Department faculty members are collected here.

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Submissions from 2014

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

Submissions from 2012

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The Implications of Africa-Centered Conceptions of Time and Space for Quantitative Theorizing: Limitations of Paradigmatically-Bound Philosophical Meta-Assumptions, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2011

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When Turkeys Do Social Theory: Black Swans or White Swans in “Blackface”?, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2008

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Critical Impairments to Globalizing the Western Human Rights Discourse, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 2004

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The New Negro Arts and Letters Movement Among Black University Students in the Midwest, 1914-1940, Richard M. Breaux

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Navigating Perceptions of ‘Otherness’ in the Classroom: One Experience, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 1999

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Review: Representing: Hip Hop Culture and the Production of Black Cinema by S. Craig WatkinsReview, Nikitah O. Imani

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Qualitative and Quantitative of Land-use Managers' Attitudes Towards Environmental Justice, David O. Padgett and Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 1995

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The Clarity and Confusion Offered by Historical Personal Identity Studies, Nikitah O. Imani

Submissions from 1994

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Racial Barriers to African American Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory Study, Joe E. Geagin and Nikitah Imani