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AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY:  FROM COLONIZATION TO PAN AFRICANISMEdited by Ronald Goodwin
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African American History

From Colonization to Pan Africanism (First Edition)
Edited by Ronald Goodwin

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60927-793-2, 258 pages

©2013

Description
One of the principal challenges facing historians is the interpretation and study of historical events and individuals through the prism of the historian's current reality. African American History: From Colonization to Pan Africanism is a collection of articles that discusses colonization, abolitionism, and Pan-Africanism from the historiographical perspective of three twentieth century movements: Jim Crow, the civil rights movement, and the post civil rights era. This anthology shows readers how historians discussed these movements over time, and illustrates how perceptions of events change, given the experiences of the historian examining them and the world in which he or she lives.

Organized into three major sections, the articles include a variety of insightful primary documents and are arranged in chronological order according to their original publication date. The book begins with colonization, moves through the abolitionism movement, and concludes with an examination of Pan-Africanism.

Biography
Ronald E. Goodwin earned his undergraduate degree from Texas Lutheran University while serving on active duty in the United States Air Force. After his honorable discharge from the military, he completed both a master's degree and a Ph.D. in urban sciences, and an additional master's degree in United States history from Texas Southern University. Currently, Dr. Goodwin is an assistant professor at Prairie View A&M University. His research interests include urban history, the political impact of planning decisions on neighborhood development, and the historical evolution of Texas' black community as seen through Texas slave narratives.

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