Volume 28, Issue #1

Pearl K Dowe

Pearl K. Dowe (Ph.D. ’03) will join Emory University in fall 2019 as the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Political Science and African American Studies with a joint appointment between the university’s Oxford College and Emory College of Arts and Sciences.

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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...

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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...

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Library of Small Catastrophes

Library of Small Catastrophes (Copper Canyon Press) , by Alison C. Rollins (B.A. ’09) , examines the body and nation as storehouses of countless tragedies. Rollins uses the concept of the archive...

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Raising Girls Into Extraordinary Young Women

Raising Girls Into Extraordinary Young Women and Raising Boys Into Extraordinary Young Men (AuthorHouse), by Monica Hawkins, Ph.D., M.P.H. (B.S. ’91) , is a mother’s perspective that can be used...

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Mary M. Cannady, B.A. 1943, died on Nov. 1, 2018. After she graduated from Howard, Cannady was offered a job as social worker in Milwaukee, where she was hired to explicitly work with the city’s...

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