- Literature/Literary Criticism
- POLITICS OF BLACK NATIONALISM: From Harlem to Soweto, by Kinfe Abraham
"History, politics and literature roll out like thread off the spindle of fine research, to be woven into a picture postcard of theblack experience by Dr. Kinfe Abraham's deft analytical hand." -A. S. Yahya, Senior Editor, Africa Events, London
"Acute, incisive, enthusiastic and fascinating. A brilliant expose of cultural politics and literary heritage woven out of the fabric of the black man's emotional history." -A. Rajab, co-editor, Africa Analysis, London
"An encyclopedia of the black experience and rapid and comprehensive account of the black ideological dilemma of the 20th century." -Independent Review
"Brilliantly puts into perspective the converging and diverging interests of Black Nationalism with the American Dream, Pan Africanism, Marxism, Liberalism, Humanism and other ideologies." -Africa Forum
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Educationalist, Economist and Cultural and Literary Historian Dr. Kinfe Abraham holds Graduate and Doctoral degrees from several European and US universities. He is also the author of several books including From Race to Class (London 1982 & AWP 1991) and Politics of Black Nationalism (AWP, NJ-USA 1991) plus two forthcoming books: Africa: From Dream to Reality (1992) and Scara of Apartheid: A 20th Century Cultural and Political History of Blacks (1992-93). Further as an international aid professional Dr. Abraham has worked for the UN/ILO and SIDA specialising in Training, Management and Education and occasionally lectured as a visiting professor.