Amilcar Shabazz, Professor
My UMass website: http://people.umass.edu/shabazz/az.html
My ScholarWorks page: http://works.bepress.com/shabazz_a/
My Community of Science Expertise Profile: http://pivot.cos.com/profiles/ashabazz
My Academic Profile: http://umass.academia.edu/AmilcarShabazz
Room 330, New Africa House
(413) 545-5019 or 545-1978
Office Hours: Tuesdays 9:00-12:00 noon, and by appointment.
Spring 2013 Courses
AfroAm 264 "Foundations of Black Education in the U.S." https://blogs.umass.edu/afroam264-shabazz/about/
AfroAm 702 "Major Works in Afro-American Studies II"
Amilcar Shabazz, professor of the W. E. B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies, teaches in our historical-political track, with an emphasis on social and cultural movements, political economy, theory, heritage studies, and public history. For more on his research, teaching, and service see his blogs http://blogs.umass.edu/shabazz/ and http://shabazz4asc.wordpress.com/
Afterword: “The Shoulders We Stand On: Black Professionals & the Transformation of U.S. Society” in Quest for Justice: Louis A. Bedford Jr. and the Struggle for Equal Rights in Texas by Darwin Payne. Southern Methodist University Press, 2009.
Women and Others: Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Empire. Co-editor with Celia R. Daileader and Rhoda E. Johnson.Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2007.
Advancing Democracy: African Americans and the Struggle for Access and Equity in Higher Education in Texas.
University of North Carolina Press, 2004.
The Forty Acres Documents: What Did the United States Really Promise the People Freed from Slavery?
Wrote introduction and co-edited with Imari and Johnita Scott Obadele. The Malcolm Generation, 1994.