Apropos of Africa: Sentiments of Negro American Leaders on Africa from the 1800s to the 1950s

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Adelaide M. Cromwell, Adelaide Cromwell Hill, Martin Kilson
Psychology Press, 1969 - 390 Seiten
First Published in 1969. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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PAUL CUFFE
10
MARTIN DELANY
21
FREE NEGROES
31
FREDERICK DOUGLASS
38
JOHN HENRY SMYTH
48
MARCUS GARVEY
59
ELIJAH MUHAMMED
68
How Negro Americans Can Help
73
COUNCIL ON AFRICAN AFFAIRS
209
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AFRICAN CULTURE
216
HENRY MCNEAL TURNER
232
LEVI JENKINS COPPIN
244
ESLANDA ROBESON
254
RICHARD WRIGHT
262
ERA BELLE THOMPSON
272
HORACE MANN BOND
278

LOTT GARY
79
ALEXANDER CRUMMELL
86
JOHN HENRY SMYTH
94
BOOKER T WASHINGTON
108
JOHN WESLEY GILBERT
116
FREDERICK J LOUDIN
122
HARRY DEAN
128
JAMES H ROBINSON
136
CARTER G WOODSON
144
AFRICAN CIVILIZATION SOCIETY
157
LYNCHBURG AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY
167
SONS OF AFRICA
173
ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NEGRO LIFE AND HISTORY
180
Negro SelfIdentity and PanAfricanism
291
E FRANKLIN FRAZIER
301
T THOMAS FORTUNE
304
W E B DUBOIS
310
EMMETT JAY SCOTT
322
JAMES WELDON JOHNSON
328
RALPHS BUNCHE
337
GEORGE S SCHUYLER
344
ALAIN LOCKE
350
CANADA
358
JAMES W FORD
367
DIGGS
382
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Über den Autor (1969)

Martin Luther Kilson Jr. was born in East Rutherford, New Jersey on February 14, 1931. He received a bachelor's degree from Lincoln University and a master's degree and Ph.D. in political science from Harvard University. He did field work in Sierra Leone under a Ford Foundation fellowship, studying the political system in that country as it shifted from British control to independence in 1961. When he returned to the United States, he became a research associate at Harvard's Center for International Affairs. He became a lecturer in government at Harvard in 1962, an assistant professor in 1964, and was the first African-American professor granted tenure in 1968. He served as the Frank G. Thomson professor of government at Harvard from 1988 to 1999, when he retired from teaching. He wrote several books including Political Change in a West African State and Transformation of the African-American Intelligentsia, 1880-2012. He died from congestive heart failure on April 24, 2019 at the age of 88.

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