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The latest alumni publications.

The Black Church Studies Reader

The Black Church Studies Reader (Palgrave Macmillan), by Alton B. Pollard III, Ph.D., and Carol B. Duncan, is a novel that examines salient themes of social and religious significance by focusing...

An Ex-Slave Catcher’s Narrative (Volume 1)

An Ex-Slave Catcher’s Narrative (Volume 1), (EMMI Publications), by L. Allen Farmer (B.S. ’89), is a memoir set in the American South that details the life of Balaam Calais-Vega, born into...

An Ex-Slave Catcher's Narrative (Volume

An Ex-Slave Catcher's Narrative (Volume 2), (EMMI Publications), by L. Allen Farmer (B.S. ’89), is a sequel to the author’s An Ex-Slave Catcher’s Narrative (Volume 1) . Set against the historical...

Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation

Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation (Bloomsbury Academic), by Sheena C. Howard (Ph.D. ’10) and Ronald L. Jackson II (Ph.D. ’96), is a collection of essays that analyzes the history...

I Need an Assignment

I Need an Assignment (CreateSpace), by Jawanza Phoenix (B.A. ’91; J.D. ’99), is a collection of poems that explores the broken criminal justice system and the people caught in its web. It also...

Remaking the Democratic Party

Remaking the Democratic Party (University of Michigan Press), by Hanes Walton Jr. (Ph.D. ’67), Pearl K. Ford Dowe (Ph.D. ’03) and Josephine A.V. Allen, discusses the general theory of the native...

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