Kemet, Afrocentricity, and Knowledge
by Molefi Kete Asante
Publication Date: Dec 01, 1992
List Price: $21.95
Format: Paperback, 214 pages
Imprint: Africa World Press & The Red Sea Press
Publisher: Africa World Press & The Red Sea Press
Parent Company: Africa World Press & The Red Sea Press
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"Asante’s book, Kemet,Afrocentricity,and Knowledge, continues his project of forging a new discipline out of the many strands of Black Studies. Like his previous works, this is a profound statement of the Afrocentric perspective."…C. Tsehloane Keto, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Studies, Dept of African American Studies, Temple University.
"This volume is a joy to read. It is accessible to anyone because of its richly textured images, ideas, and concepts. It is filled with intellectual allusions and rate isight into african culture. If ind this book truly refreshing."…Milgun Anadolu Okur, Ph.d.,american Studies, Izmir University, Turkey.
"This book addresses the most important theoretical and methodological questions facing the discipline of African American Studies. Asante’s point is that Africology is a discipline, not a group of courses related only in their subject matter. He makes a phenomenal advance in our conceptualization."…Patrick D. Bellegarde-smith, Ph.D., Chair, Dept of Afro-American Studies, university of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Molefi Kete Asante is chairperson of the Temple University Dept of African American Studies and a leading figure in the Afrocentrism School. He is the author or twenty-five books, including Afrocentricity.
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