The latest alumni publications.

Book cover: Finding mY Roots

Finding My Roots and Other Stories (Demerara Press), by Carmen Barclay Subryan (M.A. ’83) , is a coffee-table book with 10 stories and more than 50 pictures.

A DNA test that the author...

Finding My Roots and Other Stories
Don’t Eat the Baby: Characteristics of a Cannibalistic Church

Don’t Eat the Baby: Characteristics of a Cannibalistic Church (Godzchild Publications), by Torrino T. Travis (J.D. ’03) , dissects and provides solutions for recruitment, assimilation and...

Don’t Eat the Baby: Characteristics of a Cannibalistic Church
Book cover: ROD BUSH: Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love and Justice

ROD BUSH: Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love and Justice (Ahead Publishing House), edited by Melanie Bush , is an anthology that provides deep reflections on the question of...

Rod Bush: Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love and Justice
Book cover: silent terrorism

Silent Terrorism: A Look at American Racism and Hypocrisy (Page Publishing Inc.), by George Foster (B.S.S.E. ’98), explores the injustices of African Americans and hopes to open a dialogue and...

Silent Terrorism: A Look at American Racism and Hypocrisy
Black Millennials and the Church

Black Millennials & the Church (Judson Press) , by Joshua L. Mitchell (B.A. ’09) , is a resource to equip church leaders with a profile of black millennials that will help churches to...

Black Millennials & the Church (Judson Press)
Claiming Freedom

Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship, and Land in Nineteenth-Century Georgia (The University of South Carolina Press) , by Karen Cook Bell (M.A ’94, Ph.D. ’08) , is an analysis of the transition...

Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship, and Land in Nineteenth-Century Georgia

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