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The Black Studies Tradition and the Mappings of Our Common Intellectual Project

@article{Fenderson2009TheBS,
  title={The Black Studies Tradition and the Mappings of Our Common Intellectual Project},
  author={Jonathan B. Fenderson},
  journal={Western journal of black studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={33},
  pages={46}
}
"the African American Studies discipline is accurately conceptualized as a set of theoretical perspectives, rather than a single theoretical perspective, a set of perspectives that has developed out of a discourse about how to constitute knowledge of historical and contemporary experiences, conditions, and aspirations of black people" (Hall 1999, 63). The discipline that Hall refers to here, as African-American Studies, carries various designations, including African Diaspora Studies, Africana… 
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