African American Resources

African-American & African Diaspora Philosophy Resources and Starting Points

African American Resources DatabaseUniversity of Maryland Diversity Database
African American Studies Resources
African American Webliography (Louisiana State University)
African Canadian Online (York University)
Black/African Internet Resources (U. Penn)
Black Studies
Black Canadian Studies (Dalhousie University)
Black Quest Power Resource Links: A general page linking African American resources
Harlem 1900-1940
Harlem Renaissance: Bibliography
Resources on the Harlem Renaissance
Perspectives in American Literature: Harlem Renaissance – Paul P. Reuben
Philosophy Born of Struggle
The Survey Graphic Harlem Number (1925): Papers by Alain Locke, W.E.B. DuBois, and others
Writing Black: African American Literature and History


African American Philosophy (Anne Pomeroy)
African American Philosophy (James Stewart & Emily Grosholz, Penn State)
African American Philosophy (Jacqueline Scott)
Philosophy and the African American Experience (Clarence Johnson, Middle Tennessee State University)


• Douglass, Frederick. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, A Slave
• Douglass, Frederick. Life and Times of Frederick Douglass
• Douglass, Frederick. The Future of the Colored Race
• Douglass, Frederick. The Color Line
• Douglass, Frederick. An Appeal to Congress for Impartial SuffrageAtlantic Monthly 19 (Jan. 1867): 112-117.
• Douglass, Frederick. My Escape from Slavery. The Century Illustrated Magazine 23, n.s. 1 (Nov. 1881): 125-131.
• Du Bois, W. E. B. Strivings of the Negro People. Atlantic Monthly 1897. (Can also be found here)
• Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt. “Of the Training of Black Men.” Atlantic Monthly 90 (1902): 289-297.
• Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt. “Strivings of the Negro People.” Atlantic Monthly 80 (1897): 194-198.
• Du Bois, W.E.B. The Souls of Black Folk
• Dumain, Ralph. For Rene Menil, Caribbean Surrealist-Philosophy
• Dumain, Ralph. 100 Years of C.L.R. James
• Giarelli, James M. On Reading African-American Philosophy: Theory, Politics, and Pedagogy
• Gordon, Lewis. African-American Philosophy: Theory, Politics, and Pedagogy (With a response by James Giarelli)
• Guy, Talmadge C. Biography and Bibliography of Alain Locke
• Henry, Reneá. W.E.B. DuBois and the Question of Black Women Intellectuals
• McSwine, Bartley. The Educational Philosophy of W. E. B. DuBois (With a response by Renea Henry)
• Ormerod, Beverly. The Martinican concept of “creoleness”: A multiracial redefinition of culture

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