Asante, Molefi K.

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ASANTE, Molefi K.

ASANTE, Molefi K. (Arthur L. Smith). American, b. 1942. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Speech/Rhetoric. Career: Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, professor, 1968-69; University of California, Los Angeles, professor, 1969, director, Center for Afro-American Studies, 1970-73; Temple University, Philadelphia, African American Studies, professor. Journal of Black Studies, editor, 1970-; Imhotep, editor; Journal of Afrocentric American Studies, editor. Publications: Break of Dawn (poetry), 1964; Rhetoric of Black Revolution, 1969; Toward Transracial Communication, 1970; (with A. Rich) Rhetoric of Revolution, 1970; (with A. Allen and D. Hernandez) How to Talk with People of Other Races, 1971; Transracial Communication, 1973; Epic in Search of African Kings, 1978; Contemporary Black Thought, 1979; Mass Communication, 1979; Handbook of Intercultural Communication, 1979; Afrocentricity, 1980; The Afrocentric Idea, 1987; Kemet, Afrocentricity, and Knowledge, 1990; Historical and Cultural Atlas of African Americans, 1991; Classical Africa, 1993; Malcolm X as Cultural Hero, 1994; African American History: A Journey of Liberation, 1995; African American Atlas, 1998; Scream of Blood, 1999; The Painful Demise of Eurocentrism, 2000; The Egyptian Philosophers, 2000; (with J. Mitchell) Discovery Essays for Teachers, 2001; Scattered to the Wind (novel), 2002; 100 Greatest African Americans, 2002; Culture and Customs of Egypt, 2002. EDITOR: (with S. Robb) The Voice of Black Rhetoric, 1971; Language, Communication and Rhetoric in Black America, 1972. Address: Dept. of African American Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]