Books in category Social Science – Black Studies (Global)

  • Pakistan s Experience with Formal Law

    Pakistan’s Experience with Formal Law
    Osama Siddique

    This pioneering book highlights vital and widely neglected linkages between the 'narratives of colonial displacement' resonant in the literature on South Asia's encounter with colonial law and the region's postcolonial official law reform …

  • The Cool Gent

    The Cool Gent
    Herb Kent, David Smallwood

    Known as the Cool Gent, King of the Dusties, and the Mayor of Bronzeville, Herb Kent is one of radio's most illustrious and legendary stars.

  • Beyond the Masks

    Beyond the Masks
    Amina Mama

    Beyond the Masksis a book about identity, which places race and gender analysis at the center of our understanding of what it means to be a person.

  • Taboo

    Taboo
    Jon Entine

    Are they somehow physically better? And why are we so uncomfortable when we discuss this? Drawing on the latest scientific research, journalist Jon Entine makes an irrefutable case for black athletic superiority.

  • Revenge of the Forbidden City

    Revenge of the Forbidden City
    James W. Tong

    Revenge of the Forbidden City begins with the shock of the Politburo against such insolent defiance, resolving to retaliate against the Falungong, a retaliation that represented "the most serious political incident" since the Tiananmen …

  • The Year of the Lash

    The Year of the Lash
    Michele Reid-Vazquez

    Michele Reid-Vazquez reveals the untold story of the strategies of negotia­tion used by free blacks in the aftermath of the “Year of the Lash”—a wave of repression in Cuba that had great implications for the Atlantic World in the …

  • DICION RIO ESCOLAR AFRO BRASILEIRO

    DICIONÁRIO ESCOLAR AFRO-BRASILEIRO
    Nei Lopes

    A obra oferece ao leitor, em linguagem acessível, informações sobre o universo dos afrodescendentes no Brasil.

  • American Babylon

    American Babylon
    Robert O. Self

    American Babylon tells this story through Oakland and its nearby suburbs, tracing both the history of civil rights and black power politics as well as the history of suburbanization and home-owner politics.

  • Imagining Black America

    Imagining Black America
    Michael Wayne

    In Imagining Black America, Michael Wayne explores the construction and reconstruction of black America from the arrival of the first Africans in Jamestown in 1619 to Barack Obama’s reelection.

  • A Voice From the South

    A Voice From the South
    Anna Julia Cooper

    Considered one of the original texts foretelling the black feminist movement, this collection of essays, first published in 1892, offers an unparalleled view into the thought of black women writers in nineteenth-century America.

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