Afrotopia : The Roots of African American Popular History (Paperback)

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Wilson Moses traces the origins of Afrocentrism since the 18th century. Moses provides a rich history of black intellectual life and the concept of race.

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Publisher Cambridge Univ Pr
Mfg Part# 9780521479417
SKU 30375754
Format Paperback
ISBN10 052147941X
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Dimensions (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.25L x 1T
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Editors Note Afrocentrism and its history have long been disputed and controversial. In this important book, Wilson Moses presents a critical and nuanced view of the issues. Tracing the origins of Afrocentrism since the eighteenth century, he examines the combination of various popular mythologies, some of them mystical and sentimental, others perfectly reasonable. A level presentation in what is often a shouting match, Afrotopia is a rich history of black intellectual life and the concept of race.
Editors Note 1 Wilson Moses traces the origins of Afrocentrism since the 18th century. Moses provides a rich history of black intellectual life and the concept of race.
Editors Note 2 Afrocentrism and its history have long been disputed and controversial. In this important book, Wilson Moses presents a critical and nuanced view of the issues. Tracing the origins of Afrocentrism since the eighteenth century, he examines the combination of various popular mythologies, some of them mystical and sentimental, others perfectly reasonable. A level presentation in what is often a shouting match, Afrotopia is a rich history of black intellectual life and the concept of race.
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0328
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Series Part 118
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