In French. Has the table of contents of the journal, ANKH : Revue
d'Egyptologie et des Civilisations africaines, essays on African history
from prehistory to the present, les relations entre l'Égypte ancienne et
le reste de l'Afrique noire, Meroe, graphic of Osiris, etc. One can download
Hieroglyphics True Type font samples for PCs. http://www.ankhonline.com/
Professor Asante is the former Chair, Department of African American Studies
at Temple University and the founder of the theory of Afrocentricity.
Has excerpts from
Prof. Asante's speeches and writings, his enstoolment as a traditional leader
of Ghana in 1993, establishment of the Pan African Cultural Center at Tafo,
Ghana, the Cheikh Anta Diop Conference, tours led by Prof. Asante to Egypt
and Ghana, the Association for Nubian Kemetic Heritage (ANKH), a review
of MS Encarta Africana, a talk "The
Future of African Gods," links to related sites. http://www.asante.net/
Producer: Bandung File, Channel Four (U.K.) 1991, 52 minutes.
"examines Cornell Professor Martin Bernal's iconoclastic study of the
African origins of Greek civilization and the explosive academic debate
it provoked. This film offers a balanced, scholarly introduction to the
disputes on multi-culturalism, "political correctness" and Afrocentric curricula
sweeping college campuses today. "http://newsreel.org/nav/title.asp?tc=CN0010
Martin Bernal "came to the conclusion that Greek culture has been
misrepresented as Indo-European in origin when in fact it is likely largely
African or Semitic." Includes many links to related sites on this topic.
Part of the World Ages Archive maintained by Meres J. Weche. [KF] http://www.worldagesarchive.com/Individual%20Web%20Pages/BlackAthena.html
A moderated discussion list for African American Studies "(also called
Afrocentricity, Africology, Africana Studies, Afro-American Studies, Black
Studies, and Pan-African Studies)." H-AFRO-AM is owned by H-Net. To
subscribe, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Message area write: sub h-afro-am firstname lastname, institution
Example: sub h-afro-am Jane Doe, U of Pennsylvania
Has full-text sources for African history. See the section African History:
General / Debates, includes the Black Athena Debate, Afrocentric web sites
and many other historical topics. Maintained by Paul Halsall, Fordham University.