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Contributions in Black Studies: Volume 4, Issue 1

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1980-01-01
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Terry, Eugene
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RACIAL OPPRESSION AND THE BRITISH STATE INTO THE EIGHTIES
Downing, John
As Visiting Professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts/ Amherst for the academic year 1980-81, the author of this article read the paper "Racial Oppression and the British State" as one of the Five College Black Studies Faculty Seminar Series on December 2, 1980.
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THE MARKETING OF BLACK MUSIC
Mitchell, James R.
Today's black musicians are challenged not only to master their art, but also the business side of what has become a multi-million dollar consumer market. The author argues that little has changed since the days when black talent was paid with liquor and Cadillacs. Some new groups and young performers have begun to learn from the mistakes of their elders and are managing to hold on in a treacherous marketplace.
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RENE MARAN'S BATOUALA AND THE PRIX-GONCOURT
Smith, Alice J.
A version of this article was presented before the Five College Faculty Seminar in African Studies in 1981. It emerges from the author's specialization in West African and Caribbean Francophone Literature.
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ARCHETYPAL PATTERNS UNDERLYING TRADITIONAL AFRICAN CULTURES: Janheinz Jahn's Muntu and Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart
Benoit, John
The present paper was an outgrowth of the author's undergraduate studies in the W. E. B. DuBois Department of Afro-American Studies at the University.
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