the intellectual and institutional development of africana studies

@inproceedings{Harris2004theIA,
  title={the intellectual and institutional development of africana studies},
  author={Robert Lee Harris},
  year={2004}
}
  • R. Harris
  • Published 15 May 2004
  • Political Science
AFRICANA STUDIES IS THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS of the lives and thought of people of African ancestry on the African continent and throughout the world. It embraces Africa, Afro-America, and the Caribbean, but does not confine itself to those three geo-graphical areas. Africana studies examines people of African ancestry wherever they may be found—for example, in Central and South America, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Its primary means of organization are racial and cultural. Many of the… 
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