Category: Cultural studies
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Alpha Phi Alpha: A Legacy of Greatness, the Demands of Transcendence
Alpha Phi Alpha is the only black fraternity to be founded at an Ivy League school. Starting at Cornell in 1906, its founders were just a generation away from slavery and intent on creating an organization to foster academic scholarship, build ...
Categories: History, Cultural studies
Tags: Black fraternities, African Americans
Building New Pathways to Peace
The idea of “peace” in our complex and conflicted world sometimes seems out of reach or even antiquated. The authors in this collection recognize these realities and make a concerted effort to build a new theory of peace studies. N...
Categories: Social sciences, History, Cultural studies
Tags: World War II, Peace Studies
Chicana Leadership: The Frontiers Reader
This collection of inspired and thoughtful articles, originally published in Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies from 1980 to 1999, examines not only Chicana leadership, but also Chicana activism, history, and identity. According to the primary e...
Categories: Gender studies, Cultural studies
Tags: Latinas, Leadership, Chicanas
The Cayton Legacy: An African American Family
Set in Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York, The Cayton Legacy chronicles the evolution of a remarkable African American family. From the Civil War to the present, generations of the Horace and Susie Cayton family helped illuminate the black...
Categories: Cultural studies, History
Tags: African Americans