Black Studies Program (UMKC)
The Black Studies Program holistically examines the experience, contributions and condition of African-descent peoples in the formation and evolution of American society and culture. Where relevant to these objectives, our focus extends to an examination of the active role of Africa and the African Diaspora in global society and human culture. The Black Studies Program — through both a social scientific and a humanistic orientation — provides a unique and rich approach to accessing and comprehending the human experience.
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(Cultural Survival, 2001)
(2005)Nine years of photographic and interview data with Ndzundza Ndebele women artists and their families have informed my view of the transitions in Ndebele art and culture since the end of the apartheid era. I am writing an ...