Dr. LaTasha Levy discusses her article, “Pan-Africanism in Theory and Praxis,” for a forthcoming book, Discourse on Africana Studies: James Turner and Paradigms of Knowledge. We also include a 2007 interview with Dr. James Turner on the state of Black Studies.
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Dr. James Turner, a tekhen of Pan-African Studies…
dr. ball has the best guests. i have been looking for a new book to read so i am excited to get it when it comes out.
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