Faculty publications from the Africana Studies Department at Gettysburg College.

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2016

African Miracle, African Mirage: Transnational Politics and the Paradox of Modernization in Ivory Coast, Abou B. Bamba

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Producing an Imperial Bridgehead: The Making of Abidjan in Ivory Coast, 1908-1955, Abou B. Bamba

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Another Day in Confederate Gettysburg, Scott Hancock

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A Neocolonial Warp of Outmoded Hierarchies, Curricula and Disciplinary Technologies in Trinidad’s Educational System, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

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Lingering Colonialities as Blockades to Peace Education: School Violence in Trinidad, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

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Teachers’ Nascent Praxes of Care: Potentially Decolonizing Approaches to School Violence in Trinidad, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

2015

Conspicuous, Yet Invisible: Migration, Whiteness and the French Residents of Ivory Coast, 1950–1985, Abou B. Bamba

Education Reform Initiatives in the Caribbean Basin, Tavis D. Jules and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

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Fighting a Resurgent Hyper-Positivism in Education is Music to My Ears, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

Peaceableness as Raison D’être, Process, and Evaluation, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

2014

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An Unconventional Challenge to Apartheid: The Ivorian Dialogue Diplomacy with South Africa, 1960-1978, Abou B. Bamba

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Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, Musselman Library and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams (November 4, 2014)

2013

Transnationalising Decolonisation: The Print Media, American Public Spheres, and France’s Imperial Exit in West Africa, Abou B. Bamba

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The Dirty Third: Contributions of Southern Hip Hop to the Study of Regional Variation Within African American English, Jennifer Bloomquist and Isaac Hancock

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Postcolonial Structural Violence: A Case Study of School Violence in Trinidad & Tobago, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

2012

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Book Review: Fragile States, Lohar Brock, Hans-Henrik Holm, Georg Sorensen, Michael Stohl, and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

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Remember the Fillmore: The Lingering History of Urban Renewal in Black San Francisco, Christina Jackson and Nikki Jones

2011

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Book Review: Visions of Conflict: International Perspectives on Values and Enmity, Brian C. Alston and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

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At the Edge of the Modern?: Diplomacy, Public Relations, and Media Practices During Houphouët-Boigny's 1962 Visit to the United States, Abou B. Bamba

2010

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Mémoires épistémiques et pouvoir d’experts dans une postcolonie africaine: Le cas de l’usage des savoirs africanistes par l’ORSTOM en Côte d’Ivoire, Abou B. Bamba

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Rebirth of a Strategic Continent?: Problematizing Africa as a Geostrategic Zone, Abou B. Bamba

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Triangulating a Modernization Experiment: The United States, France and the Making of the Kossou Project in Central Ivory Coast, Abou B. Bamba

Lying, Cheating, and Stealing: A Study of Categorical Misdeeds, Jennifer Bloomquist

2009

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Class and Categories: What Role Does Socioeconomic Status Play in Children's Lexical and Conceptual Development?, Jennifer Bloomquist

Dialect Differences in Central Pennsylvania: A Socio-Historical Account of Regional Dialect Use and Adaptation by African American Speakers in the Lower Susquehanna Valley, Jennifer Bloomquist

People say I speak proper, but girl, I’m ghetto! Regional Dialect Use and Adaptation by African American Women in Pennsylvania’s Lower Susquehanna Valley, Jennifer Bloomquist

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From "No Country" to "Our Country!" Living Out Manumission and the Boundaries of Rights and Citizenship, 1773-1855, Scott Hancock

2008

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Book Review: Encyclopedia of Peace Education, Monisha Bajaj and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

2007

Developmental Trends in Semantic Acquisition: Evidence from Over-Extensions in Child Language, Jennifer Bloomquist

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Book Review: St. Martin Studies 2006, Maria Cilntje-Van Enckevort, Milton A. George, Silvio Sergio Scatolini Apóstolo, and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

2006

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Qu'est-ce que la postcolonie? Contribution à un débat francophone trop afrocentré, Abou B. Bamba