Map Workbook for African-American History
Bibliographic Information

DOI:10.1036/007256590X
ISBN:007256590X
Author(s):Smallwood, Arwin D
Format:Paperback, 64 pages
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
Publication Date:19 Dec 2002
Price:$12.19
Subject:HISTORY / United States / General
Description:THE MAP WORKBOOK FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY consists of approximately 25 maps that trace the African experience throughout the world and in America. Accompanied by map exercises and thought questions, each map is designed to strengthen students’ knowledge of geography, as well as their critical-thinking skills. The maps focus on a wide range of topics, covering African American social, political, cultural, and economic history. This workbook provides a useful pedagogical tool for courses in African American history where instructors would like to stress the important relationship between history and geography.
Author Bio:Arwin D. Smallwood is the Director of African-American Studies and Associate Professor of History at Bradley University. His other publications include Blacks at Bradley and Bertie County, North Carolina and the Making of America. He earned his B.A. in Political Science and his M.A. in History, both from North Carolina Central University, and his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. A member of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, the Southern Historical Association, the Organization of American Historians, and the American Historical Association, he has been a pioneer in the study of rural landscapes and their historical and contemporary impact on African Americans. He is the recipient of a number of awards, including the FOCUS Fellowship from the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Archie K. Davis Fellowship, and the First Year Faculty Teaching Award from Bradley University.

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