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- How school history textbooks position a textual community through the topic of racism. Morgan, Katalin; Hennin, Elizabeth // Historia;Nov2011, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p169
This article views chapters from history textbooks as a glimpse into a particular zeitgeist of the current South African educational milieu. The central question is how these sampled books position a textual community as mediated by the topic of race theories impacting the twentieth century in...
- African Studies in Japan*. Philips, John Edward // African Studies Review;Dec97, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p161
Focuses on African studies in Japan and its impact on Africanists and non-African countries. Comparison of African studies in the United States (U.S.) to those in Japan; Examination on African studies in the U.S.; Characteristics of Japanese Africanist anthropology; Discussion on other fields...
- In our image. Clarke, J.H. // Essence (Essence);Sep89, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p158
Opinion. Argues for the necessity of teaching school children the role of African people in world history.
- Some history `facts' are untrue. Armstead, Damita // BLACFAX;Fall94, Vol. 8 Issue 29, p16
Reprints a guest opinion letter on the differential treatment of African and American history in schools, published in the March 20, 1994 issue of the newspaper `Richmond Palladium-Item.'
- Chicago Students Introduced to African-American Studies Curriculum. // Curriculum Review;Jan2014, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p3
The article reports the formation of a committee by Chicago Public Schools (CPS) chief executive officer Barbara Byrd-Bennett to ensure all Chicago public schools teach African and African-American studies as part of the year-long curriculum. Topics discussed include the Illinois law that...
- African Kingdoms. // Teaching History;Dec2014, Issue 157, p53
The article discusses the addition of the African Kingdoms to the A level history program in Great Britain.
- NUWM professor gives a history lesson on himself. Sanchez, Michelle // UWM Post (Milwaukee, WI);2/14/2011, p3
The article offers information on the professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), Marcus Filippello, who has a doctorate degree in African History, from the University of California, and he taught African history, environmental history and world history at UWM.
- Archaeology of Slavery in East Africa. Kusimba, Chapurukha M. // African Archaeological Review;Jun2004, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p59
African archaeology has primarily been concerned with precolonial Africa. Consequently, the archaeology of colonial and postcolonial Africa has been neglected, in spite of the fundamental importance of how Africa's relationships with Eurasia after 1488 shaped its history. Although the slave...
- The New World History: Teaching Africa Across Boundaries. Kea, Ray A. // Social Studies Review;Spring/Summer2010, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p25
The article demonstrates a thematic approach to help teachers and students understand African history. It discusses the route through an upheaval in thought and the route to economic and demoraphic transformations in the Muslim West that define the research agenda of al-Andalus project launched...