Africology Experts' Publications
Justin Gammage, PhD
Gammage, J.T. (2012) African-centered Economics and Africana Studies: Theory, Praxis and The Role of Africana Studies Scholars in the Movement for African American Economic Development. Journal of Pan African Studies.
Gammage, J. T. Fighting for economic stability in a time of uncertainty: African American economic development in Philadelphia 1940--1970. Ph.D. dissertation, Temple University, United States -- Pennsylvania. Retrieved August 1, 2011, from Dissertations & Theses @ Temple University.(Publication No. AAT3457888
Gammage, J. T. (2011). Ella Jo Baker: Reexamining the Role of Africana Women in the movement for African liberation. Imhotep: Africana Studies Graduate Student Journal, vol.2, no.1, April 2011, 4-20.
Gammage, J. T. “Faro” (2009). Encyclopedia of African Religion. Ed. Mazama, A. and Asante, M. 1st ed. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Gammage, J. T. “Imhotep” (2009). Encyclopedia of African Religion. Ed. Mazama, A. and Asante, M. 1st ed. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Gammage, J. T. (2008). Rev. of American Africans in Ghana: Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era by Kevin K. Gaines. The Black Scholar; Journal of Black Studies and Research, Vol 37, No. 4.
Gammage, J. T. “European Slave Trade.” (2004). Encyclopedia of Black Studies. Ed. Asante, A. and Mazama A. 1st ed. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Gammage, J. T. “Sankofa” (2004). Encyclopedia of Black Studies. Ed. Asante, M. and Mazama A. 1st ed. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Marquita Gammage, PhD
Pellerin, M.M. (2012). Benefits of Afrocentricity in Exploring Social Phenomena: Understanding Afrocentricity as a Social Science Methodology. The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.5, no.4, June 2012, 149-160.
Pellerin, M.M. (2012). Defining Africana Womanhood: Developing an Africana Womanism Methodology. Western Journal of Black Studies, vol 36, no.1, Spring 2012, 76-85.
Pellerin, M.M. (2011). “Perceptions of African American Females: An Examination of Black Women’s Images in Rap music Videos.” PhD dissertation, Department of African American Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
Pellerin, M. M. (2011). Critically Evaluating Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Commitment to African Literary Essence Through Her Work ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’. Imhotep: Africana Studies Graduate Student Journal, vol.2, no.1, April 2011, 21-34.
Pellerin, M. M. (2009). A Blueprint for Black/Africana Studies: An Overview for African/African American/African Caribbean Studies. The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.2, no.10, June 2009, 42-63.
Pellerin, M. M. (2008). Batwa, Encyclopedia of African Religion, edited by Molefi Asante and Ama Mazama, vol.1, pg. 114. SAGE Publication Inc, 2008.
Pellerin, M. M. (2008). Shilluk, Encyclopedia of African Religion, edited by Molefi Asante and Ama Mazama, vol. 2. SAGE Publication Inc, 2008.
Pellerin, M. M. (2005). The Power of the Image: Rap Music Videos and the Representations of African American Females in the Hip-Hop Culture, Ronald E. McNair Journal of Research, 48-51.
Serie McDougal III, PhD
McDougal, III, S. (2014). Research Methods in Africana Studies. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.
McDougal, III, S. (2013). Africana Studies' epistemic identity: An analysis of theory and epistemology in the discipline. Journal of African American Studies 18 (2): 236-250.
Tillotson, M. and McDougal, S. (2013). Applied Africana Studies. Journal of Black Studies 44 (1): 101-113.
McDougal, III, S. (2013). Framing the Black experience: A discourse analysis of president Barack Obama's speeches. Journal of Pan African Studies 6 (4): 1-17.
McDougal, III, S. (2011). The future of research methods in Africana Studies graduate curriculum. Journal of African American Studies 15 (3): 279-289.
McDougal, III, S. (2009). "Break it down": One of the cultural and stylist instructional preferences of Black males. The Journal of Negro Education 78 (4): 432-440.
McDougal, III, S. (2009). The crude intentions: The pursuit of African fuel minerals and the need for an Afrocentric foreign policy. Journal of Black Studies 39 (5): 665-688.
McDougal, III, S. (2009). African foreign policy: A question of methodology. Journal of Pan African Studies 2 (9): 64-76.
McDougal, III, S. An Afrocentric analysis of teacher\student style congruency and high school Black male achievement levels. Ph.D. dissertation, Temple University, United States -- Pennsylvania. Retrieved August 21, 2014 from Dissertations and Theses @ Temple University.
Mikana Scott, MA
Scott, Mikana. (2014). Signifying Monkey, Encyclopedia of African Cultural Heritage in North America, edited by Mwalimu J. Shuujaa and Kenya J. Shujaa. SAGE Publication Inc, 2014.
Karanja Keita Carroll, PhD
“Cheikh Anta Diop’s ‘Two Cradle Theory’, Racism and the Cultural Realities of African Descended People in America” for Emerging Voices of Africana: Disciplinary Resonances (Ed. Michael Tillotson). [Forthcoming.]
“A Critical Review And Analysis Of The State, Scope And Direction Of African-Centered Psychology From 2000-2010.” Western Journal Of Black Studies 38.2 (2014): 98-107. (co-authored with DeReef F. Jamison)
“On the Impossibilities of a Post-Racist America in the Obama Era.” In Race and the Obama Phenomenon: The Vision of a More Perfect Multiracial Union. In G. Reginald Daniel & Hettie Williams (Eds): 147-166. Jackson, MI: University of Mississippi Press, 2014.
“An Introduction to African-Centered Sociology: Worldview, Methodology and Social Theory,” Critical Sociology 40.2 (2014): 257-270.
“An African-centered Approach to Land Education,” Environmental Education Research 20.1 (2014): 70-81. (w/Salvotore Engel-DiMauro)
“Teaching and Pedagogy in Africana Studies: Implications of an African Worldview.” In Victor Okafor (Ed.), The State of Africana Studies Today: Essays on Scholarship and Pedagogy: 133-160. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2013.
“African-centered Theory and Methodology in Africana Studies: An Introduction,” Journal of Pan African Studies 5.4 (2012): 1-11. (co-authored with Sekhmet Ra Em Kht Maat)
“A Genealogical Review of the Worldview Concept and Framework in Africana Studies-Related Theory and Research.” In J. L. Conyers, Jr. (Ed), African American Consciousness: Past and Present (Africana Studies, Volume 4): 23-46. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publisher, 2012.
“African-centered Psychology, Education and the Liberation of African Minds: Notes on the Psycho-Cultural Justification for Reparations.” Race, Gender & Class 18.1-2 (2011): 52-72. (co-authored with DeReef F. Jamison)
“A Genealogical Review of the Worldview Framework in African-Centered Psychology,” Journal of Pan African Studies 3.8 (2010): 109-134.
“Africana Studies and Research Methodology: Revisiting the Centrality of the Afrikan Worldview in Africana Studies Research and Scholarship,” Journal of Pan African Studies, 2.2 (2008): 4-27.