“Charity Signs for Herself” — Gender and the Withdrawal of Black Women from Field Labor, Alabama 1865-1876 by Carol Lemley Montgomery Ph.D.
About the Book: The withdrawal of black women from field labor in the postwar South is the historical question being addressed with a gender analysis as the theoretical framework. Primary sources used have been drawn from Somerset plantation, North Carolina and...
Upon This Rock – White Rock Baptist Church’s Dynamic People and Their Influence in the Durham, North Carolina, Community, 1866-1932 by Joyce Blackwell, Ph.D.
About the Book: Working from the premise that the story of White Rock Baptist Church has often been neglected in books and courses on the role and impact of major African-American institutions on Durham and the State of North Carolina, Dr. Joyce Blackwell offers this...
Collaborative Strategies for Effective Counterinsurgency Operations in Nigeria Paperback by Emmanuel John Udenyi
Since the 1960s, Nigeria has experienced one form of insurgency or the other with dire consequences for national security, to the extent that the country is said to suffer from multipolar insurgencies one from the Atlantic and the other from the Lake Chad axis. The...
About the BookJoseph Campbell suggested that we would do well to study the mythology of the land where we live instead of limiting ourselves to Greek and Hebrew mythology. Drawing from her own land, Martha Chamberlain immerses and enlightens us with skillfully...