Temple University’s African American Studies PhD Program @ 30: Assessing the Asante Affect 1

@article{ReidMerritt2018TempleUA,
  title={Temple University’s African American Studies PhD Program @ 30: Assessing the Asante Affect 1},
  author={Patricia Reid-Merritt},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={49},
  pages={559 - 575}
}
Temple University’s Department of Africology and African American Studies is celebrating its 30th year of operation as a PhD program. Since its inception in l988, the doctoral program at Temple has attracted and produced world-class scholars in the discipline of Africology. Initially started by students at San Francisco State University in l968 as Black Studies, the field has been called by many names, including Afro-American Studies, African American Studies, African World Studies, Africana… 

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