Narrating the realities of teacher burnout, the reception of a Black intelligentsia, and HIV awareness in local communities, Black Americans in Higher Education, the eighth volume of Africana Studies, explores higher education across the United States as inextricably related to contemporary issues facing African Americans.
Featuring the work of Terrell M. Thomas, Gwendolyn D. Alfred, Kevin B. Thompson, Jasmine Williams, TaNeisha R. Page, Drew D. Brown, Grace A. Loudd, Derek Wilson, DaVonte Lyons, Jacqueline Gerard, Tanisha Stanford, Lanetta Dickens, Brittany C. Slatton, and James L. Conyers, Jr., this collection presents a deeper, cross-cultural understanding of higher education that conveys the many ways its intersections can promote the agency of Black Americans.
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1. The Thrill is Gone: A Romance Gone Bad, A Teacher’s Story of Burnout and the Signs Principals Should Look Out For
2. A Dark Past and a Promising Future: The Historical Reception of William Grant Still’s Troubled Island
Dr. Gwendolyn D. Alfred
3. The Black Male Teacher: America’s Newest Slave Driver
Kevin B. Thompson
4. Cultured Pearls: An Investigation of Culturally Responsive Pedagogical Practices Used by White Teachers in Urban Settings
Jasmine Williams, Richard F. Price, Michara DeLaney, Danielle Hairston-Green, Pamela R. Finley, Terence Finley, Lucian Yates, III
5. African Americans in Higher Education: Understanding the Significance of Culture, Identity and Media
TaNeisha R. Page
6. Kemet-kA: The African Spirit in Sport
Drew D. Brown
7. Feminist Standpoint Theory and Women’s Sexuality: Implications for HIV Prevention
Grace A. Loudd
8. Evaluation of the Relationship among Moral Foundations, Criminal Justice, and Perceptions of Terrorism in College Students attending HBCU
Derek Wilson, Courtney Bryant, and Aisha Asby
9. Africana Philosophy: A Preliminary Study of the Nature of Spirit and Soul
10. Black Identity/White Culture
11. Critical Analysis of Reclaiming the Black Psyche through Research Methods in Africana Studies
12. Taking Action on Hope: An Analysis on Culture-Based Education in the School Districts of New Orleans
13. Race Talk at the Intersections of Gender and Class: Examining White Men’s Intersectional Talk
14. The Thirteenth Amendment
James L. Conyers, Jr.
James L. Conyers, Jr., PhD, is university professor of African American Studies and director of the African American Studies Program at the University of Houston. Additionally, he is the editor of the series Africana Studies: A Review of Social Science and Research at Taylor & Francis Group. His most recent publication is Africology: Interdisciplinary Thought and Praxis.