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African Cultures & The African Diaspora By Janet L. DeCosmo
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African film seen within cultural, historical and political economic context. Contains writings of W.E.B. DuBois, Patrice Lumumba, and Haile Selassie. Reviews the oral and written traditions of... More > Africa, the role of women, as well as visual arts, music, dance and food. Covers political economy context including the triangular trade in slaves, contact with Europeans, and modern conflicts, such as in Dharfur (Sudan) and Mali.< Less
WOMEN OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA By Kojo Kamau
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Kojo Kamau has been travelling throughout the African Diaspora for over thirty years photographing the lifestyles of people on the continents of Africa, North and South America. His photographs have... More > been published in many books and journals.< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: African Diaspora Archaeology By SHA
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The African Diaspora Archaeology volume is compiled by Chris Fennell, organizer of the African Diaspora Archaeological Network (ADAN): www.diaspora.uiuc.edu. This publication includes an introduction... More > by Fennell that reviews the field and 23 articles selected from Historical Archaeology. Including studies from Africa, the Caribbean, South America, and both the northern and southern US, this volume provides a fascinating look at African culture, sites, and artifacts and the traces the transition of African peoples from the Old World to the New. For a complete Table of Contents, please view http://pastfoundation.org/lulu/m7b0h5.jpg, or visit the publication's homepage and click "preview" beneath the large image of the cover, which will display the first few pages of the book.< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: African Diaspora Archaeology By SHA
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The African Diaspora Archaeology volume is compiled by Chris Fennell, organizer of the African Diaspora Archaeological Network (ADAN): www.diaspora.uiuc.edu. This publication includes an introduction... More > by Fennell that reviews the field and 23 articles selected from Historical Archaeology. Including studies from Africa, the Caribbean, South America, and both the northern and southern US, this volume provides a fascinating look at African culture, sites, and artifacts and the traces the transition of African peoples from the Old World to the New. For a complete Table of Contents, please view http://pastfoundation.org/lulu/m7b0h5.jpg, or visit the publication's homepage and click "preview" beneath the large image of the cover, which will display the first few pages of the book.< Less
The African Diaspora in the Austrian Political Economy: A Marxist Analysis By Mathias Sajovitz
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More than 25,000 people of African descent are living in Austria, one of the richest political economies in the world that is part and parcel of one of the strongest neo-imperialist blocks in the... More > form of the European Union. Migration of Africans to Austria thus must be seen in the context of global capitalism, which has harmfully impacted on the global South by means of neo-imperialism and thus has led to migration to the global North. By referring to Marxist theory, more particularly world-systems-theory and Marxist migration theory, the book at hand examines the African Diaspora in Austria from a twofold perspective. First, it illustrates the role of Austria in the global economy after World War II and during the emergence of global turbo-capitalism. Second, the narrative illustrates how people deprived of their livelihoods on the African continent become subjects of exploitation and discrimination in Austria via the asylum route.< Less
The African Diaspora in the Austrian Political Economy: A Marxist Analysis By Mathias Sajovitz
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More than 25,000 people of African descent are living in Austria, one of the richest political economies in the world that is part and parcel of one of the strongest neo-imperialist blocks in the... More > form of the European Union. Migration of Africans to Austria thus must be seen in the context of global capitalism, which has harmfully impacted on the global South by means of neo-imperialism and thus has led to migration to the global North. By referring to Marxist theory, more particularly world-systems-theory and Marxist migration theory, the book at hand examines the African Diaspora in Austria from a twofold perspective. First, it illustrates the role of Austria in the global economy after World War II and during the emergence of global turbo-capitalism. Second, the narrative illustrates how people deprived of their livelihoods on the African continent become subjects of exploitation and discrimination in Austria via the asylum route.< Less
Messages From The Diaspora By Professor I Self
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Many people will ask me, why this book? My answer to those many is why not. Messages from the Diaspora is a book that has been locked inside me for many moons (creations). As timing is everything it... More > is time to give the world the perspective of a Diasporic son, a traveler through time and space only to find himself inside of another shell called a body. This book is not for the fainthearted or for the docile. It will open your mind, shatter your belief systems and challenge you to see with your mind not your physical eyes. My perspective has always been felt in the world which I live inside of. Truth is the motivating factor for this book, my truth, any truth for that matter. If the things in this book “hit you” and you begin to “feel”, then I have done what I was sent here to do.< Less
Messages From The Diaspora By Professor I Self
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Many people will ask me, why this book? My answer to those many is why not. Messages from the Diaspora is a book that has been locked inside me for many moons (creations). As timing is everything it... More > is time to give the world the perspective of a Diasporic son, a traveler through time and space only to find himself inside of another shell called a body. This book is not for the fainthearted or for the docile. It will open your mind, shatter your belief systems and challenge you to see with your mind not your physical eyes. My perspective has always been felt in the world which I live inside of. Truth is the motivating factor for this book, my truth, any truth for that matter. If the things in this book “hit you” and you begin to “feel”, then I have done what I was sent here to do.< Less
Jamaican Diaspora: Natural Hair By Janice Maxwell
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Afro textured hair has the most styling options in comparison to other racial groups. This edition celebrates its uniqueness, which is a billion dollar industry. The goal is to tap this niche, which... More > is in the hands of other ethnic groups that are using the African diaspora. One’s value is not created by taking on the beauty standards of someone else. Let us highlight the diversity of Black Hair.< Less
What about us? A collection of essays concerning those of the African Diaspora. By Lakeya Chase
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This book includes a collection of essays written by an undergraduate student at Berea College during her studies of African Americans. This book includes her experience in Ghana, West Africa as an... More > African American and her experience as an intern in Baltimore, MD.< Less

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