Vol. 7 Nbr. 1, June 2014
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- From the black studies movement to the Obama era: introduction to this issue.
- Celebrating our elders: Pan-African studies looks back with elders, professor Jan Carew, Dr. Robert Douglas, Dr. Susan Herlin, Dean J. Blaine Hudson, and Dr. Yvonne Jones.
- The Pan-African studies effect and its impact on undergraduate students.
- 40 years of educational excellence, 12 years of intellectual inquiry, praxis & transformation: PAS graduate programs at the University of Louisville.
- Methods beyond methods: a model for Africana graduate methods training.
- Racial classifications, biomarkers, and the challenges of health disparities research in the African diaspora.
- Re-accessing the power of art in the discipline of Pan-African studies.
- Reviewing the revolt: moving toward a historiography of the black campus movement.
- Standing in the gap: the past and future of pan-African studies at the university of Louisville.