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African American Studies

A guide designed for students taking courses in African American Studies

Christopher Tinson, Chair, African American Studies


Tinson, C. M. (2021). Every day is a possibility: Modernity, struggle, and the politics of solidarity in the writing of Teju ColeAtlantic Studies, 1-21.

Tinson, C. M. (2018). Held in Trust by History: Lerone Bennett Jr., Intellectual Activism, and the Historical ProfessionJournal of Pan African Studies12(7), 175.

Tinson, C. M. (2018). Muslim Cool: Race, Religion, and Hip Hop in the United StatesJournal of American Ethnic History4, 90.

Tinson, C. (2011). “Not Just a Game.” Radical Teacher90, 69–71.

Tinson, C. M. (2008). “The Voice of the Black Protest Movement”: Notes on the “Liberator” Magazine and Black Radicalism in the Early 1960sBlack Scholar37(4), 3–15.

Tinson, C. M. (2017). Race Towards Freedom: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Tradition of Fugitive Black StudyEquity & Excellence in Education50(3), 294–299.

Christopher M. Tinson, & Carlos REC McBride. (2013). Hip Hop, Critical Pedagogy, and Radical Education in a Time of Crisis. Radical Teacher97(0), 1–9.

Tinson, C. M. (2008). Nelson Peery, Black Radical: The Education of an American RevolutionaryThe Journal of African American History93(4), 592.

Tinson, C. M. (2011). “Harlem, New York! Harlem, Detroit! Harlem, Birmingham!” Liberator Magazine and the Chronicling of Translocal Activism. Black Scholar41(3), 9–16.

Link to Dr. Tinson's profile on African American Studies web page

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