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Biblioafro Livros sobre a temática negro-africana.

Biblioafro Livros sobre a temática negro-africana. Hertz, Race and Civilization (translated by Levetus and Entz), New York, 1928. Huxley and Hadden, We Europeans, New York, 1936. Bunche, A World View of Race, Washington, 1936. Von Eickstedt, Rassenkunde und Rassengeschichte der Menschheit, Stuttgart, 1937-39. El Bekri, Description de l'Afrique, Paris, 1913 (de Slane translation, new edition). Edrisi, Description de l'Afrique et de l'Espagne, Leyden, 1866 (Rozy and de Goeje translation). Kati, Tarikh el-fettach, Paris, 1913 (Houdas et Delafosse translation). Es'Sadi, Tarik es Sudan (translation by Houdas), Paris, 1900. Ibn Batuta, Voyage dans le Soudan (de Slane translation), Paris, 1843. Seligman, Les Races de l'Afrique, Paris, 1935. Seligman, Races of Africa, London, 1930. Hooton, Apes, Men and Morons, New York, 1937. Hooton, Up from the Ape, New York, 1931. Van Oberbergh, Les Negres d'Afrique, Brussels, 1913. Frazer, Native Races of Africa and Madagascar, London, 1938. Linton, The Study of Man, New York, 1936. Barzun, Race, New York, 1937. Haddon, A. C., The Races of Man and Their Distribution, London, 1924. Fitzgerald, W., Africa: A Social, Economic and Political Geography of Its Major Regions, London, 1934. Chapter 2 THE VALLEY OF THE NILE Budge, The Egyptian Sudan, London, 1907. Budge, A History of Ethiopia, Nubia and Abyssinia, London, 1928. -- 386 -- Hansberry, "Sources for the Study of Ethiopian History," Howard University Studies in History, November, 1930. Chamberlain, "The Contribution of the Negro to Human Civilization," Journal of Race Development, April, 1911. Thompson and Randall-MacIver, Ancient Races in Thebaid, London, 1905. Garstang, Sayce and Griffin, Meroe, Oxford, 1911. Bent, The Sacred City of the Ethiopians, London, 1893. Chapter 3 THE NIGER AND THE DESERT Frobenius, Voice of Africa (translated by Blind), London, 1913. Mai Idris of Bornu, Lagos, 1926. Cooley, The Negro Land of the Arabs, London, 1841. Delafosse, Les Noirs de l'Afrique, Paris, 1921. Delafosse, Civilizations Negro-Africaines, Paris, 1925. Delafosse, Negroes of Africa (translated by Fligemen), Washington, 1931. Du Bois, Timbuctoo the Mysterious, London, 1896. Lugard, A Tropical Dependency, London, 1911. Chapter 4 CONGO AND GUINEA Torday, On the Trail of the Bushongo, London, 1925. Johnston, Liberia, New York, 1906. Hayford, Native Gold Coast Institutions, London, 1903. Morel, Red Rubber, London, 1906. Harris, Dawn in Africa. Ellis, Tshi Speaking Peoples, London, 1887. Ellis, Ewe Speaking Peoples, London, 1887. Ellis, Yoruba Speaking Peoples, London, 1887. Blyden, Christianity, Islam and the Negro Race, London, 1887. Stanley, Congo and the Founding of the Free State, London, 1885. Herskovits: Dahomey, New York, 1938. Mae and Boone, Les Peuplades du Congo Belge, Brussels, 1935. Perham, M., Native Administration in Nigeria, London, 1937. Rattray, R. S., Religion and Art in Ashanti, London, 1927. Penha-Garcia, Comte de (Editor): Les colonies portugaises, 1931. Meek, C. K., Law and Authority in a Nigerian Tribe, London, 1937. Meek, C. K., The Northern Tribes of Nigeria, London, 1925. Talbot, P. A., The Peoples of Southern Nigeria, London, 1926. -- 387 -- Chapter 5 FROM THE GREAT LAKES TO THE CAPE Schweinfurth, Heart of Africa (translated by Frewer), London, 1873. Hunter, Reaction to Conquest, London, 1936. Huxley, Africa View, London, 1931. Christian Students and Modern South Africa, Fort Hare, 1930. Barnes, Caliban in Africa, Philadelphia, 1931. Leys, Kenya, London, 1924. Leys, Last Chance in Kenya, London, 1931. Junod, H. A., The Life of a South African Tribe, London, 1927. Schapera, I., The Bantu-speaking Tribes of South Africa, London, 1937. Schapera, I., The Khoisan Peoples of South Africa: Bushmen and Hottentots, London, 1930. Cobb, The Thermopylae of Africa, Nairobi, 1923. Bryce, Impressions of South Africa, 1897. Stow, Native Races of South Africa, London, 1910. Theal, History and Ethnography of Africa South of the Zambesi, London, 1910. Walker, History of South Africa, London, 1928. Johnston, Uganda Protectorate, London, 1904. Chapter 6 THE CULTURE OF AFRICA Westerman, The African To-day, London, 1934. Schneider, Die Kulturfaehigkeit des Negers, Frankfurt, 1885. African Negro Art, edited by J. J. Sweeney, New York, 1935. Johnston, Comparative Study of the Bantu and Semi-Bantu Languages, Oxford, 1922. Ellis, Negro Culture in West Africa, New York, 1914. Cendrars, The African Saga, New York, 1927. Schweinfurth, Artes Africanae, Leipzig, 1875. Werner, The Language Families of Africa, London, 1925. Werner, Structure and Relationship of African Languages, London, 1930. Guillaume and Monroe, Primitive Negro Sculpture, New York, 1925. Hayford, Gold Coast Institutions, London, 1903. Randall and MacIver, Mediaeval Rhodesia, New York, 1906. La Croisière Noire, Paris, 1927. Africa, The Journal of the International Institute of Languages and Cultures, Volumes I-XI, Oxford University Press. Frobenius, Atlantis, Munich, 1921-1928. Junod, The Life of a South Africa Tribe, London, 1927. Ward, Voice from the Congo, New York, 1910. -- 388 -- Spratlin, Juan Latino, New York, 1938. Thurnwald, Economics in Primitive Communities, London, 1932. Smuts, General J. C., Africa and Some World Problems, London, 1930. Mair, L. P., An African People in the Twentieth Century, London, 1933. Chapter 7 THE TRADE IN MEN Du Bois, Suppression of the African Slave Trade, Cambridge, 1896. Wyndham, The Atlantic and Slavery, London, 1935. Clarkson, History of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade, London, 1808. Williams, Whence the "Black Irish" of Jamaica? New York, 1932. Drake, Revelations of a Slave Smuggler, New York, 1860. Foote, Africa and the American Flag, New York, 1854. Williams, "Africa and the Rise of Capitalism," Howard University Studies in History, Volume I, No. 1. Chapter 8 WESTERN SLAVE MARTS Edwards, History of the West Indies, London, 1793-1819. Johnston, The Negro in the New World, New York, 1910. Steward, Haitian Revolution, New York, 1914. Bryce, South America, New York, 1912. Vinogradov, The Black Consul (translated by Burns), New York, 1935. Bolivar, Memoirs of Simon Bolivar, Boston, 1829. Martineau, The Hour and the Man, New York, 1873. Morand, Black Magic, New York, 1929. Seabrook, The Magic Island, New York, 1929. Beard, The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture, London, 1853. Welles, Naboth's Vineyard, New York, 1928. Wiener, Africa and the Discovery of America, Philadelphia, 1920. Leger, Haiti, New York, 1907. Waxman, Black Napoleon, New York, 1931. Chapter 9 EMANCIPATION AND ENFRANCHISEMENT Balch, Occupied Haiti, 1927. United States Senate: "Inquiry into Occupation and Administration of Haiti and Santo Domingo," Washington, 1922. Bellegarde, Pour Une Haiti Heureuse, Port au Prince, 1927, 1929. Mathieson, Sugar Colonies and Governor Eyre, London, 1936. -- 389 -- Olivier, Myth of Governor Eyre, London, 1933. Beals, Crime of Cuba, London, 1934. Beals, America South, Philadelphia, 1937. Williams, The People and Politics of Latin America, Boston, 1930. Logan, Diplomatic Relations Between the United States and Haiti (unpublished Thesis for Harvard Ph. D.) 1936. Chapter 10 THE BLACK UNITED STATES Herskovits, The American Negro, New York, 1928. Du Bois, Black Reconstruction in America, New York, 1935. Williams, History of the Negro Race in America, New York, 1882. Washington, Up from Slavery, New York, 1901. Giddings, Exiles of Florida, New York, 1858. Life of Frederick Douglass, New York, 1842. Johnson, Negro College Graduate, Chapel Hill, 1938. Johnson, The Negro in American Civilization, New York, 1930. Wesley, Negro Labor in the United States, 1927. Spero and Harris, The Black Worker, New York, 1931. Consult also: "The United States Census," The Atlanta University Studies, 1896-1914; writings of Charles W. Chesnutt, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Countée Cullen, Jessie Fauset, and James Weldon Johnson. Chapter 11 BLACK EUROPE Raw Materials and Colonies, Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, 1936. Barnes, Caliban in Africa, Philadelphia, 1931. Middleton, The Rape of Africa, New York, 1936. Guernier, L'Afrique, Paris, 1933. Simon, Slavery, London, 1929. Woolf, Empire and Commerce in Africa. Statesman's Yearbook, London, 1938. Mair, Native Policies in Africa, London, 1936. Hunter, Reaction to Conquest, London, 1936. Worthington, E. B., Science in Africa, London, 1938. Chapter 12 THE LAND IN AFRICA Leys, Kenya, London, 1924 Leys, Last Chance in Kenya, London, 1931. -- 390 -- Hayford, The Truth About the West African Land Question, London, 1913. Olivier, Anatomy of African Misery, London, 1927. Chapter 13 THE AFRICAN LABORER Orde-Browne, The African Labourer, London, 1933. Shephard, Economics of Peasant Agriculture and the Gold Coast, 1936. Olivier, White Capital and Coloured Labour, 2nd Ed., London, 1929. Padmore, How Britain Rules Africa, London, 1936. Maran, Batouala, Paris, 1921. Davis, Modern History and the African, London, 1933. "The Recruiting of Labour in Colonies," etc., International Labour Conference, Geneva, 1935. Knowles, Economic Development of the British Overseas Empire, Volume II, Union of South Africa, London, 1936. Report of the Financial and Economic Commission of Northern Rhodesia, London, 1938. Frankel, S. H., Capital Investment in Africa, London, 1938. Report of the Native Economic Commission, Union of South Africa, 1932. Chapter 14 THE POLITICAL CONTROL OF AFRICA Johnson, Toward Nationhood in West Africa, London, 1928. Davis, Modern History and the African, London, 1933. Buell, The Native Problem in Africa, Volumes I and II, MacMillan, 1928. Hailey, An African Survey, London, 1938. Lugard, The Dual Mandate in British Tropical Africa, London, 1929. Fox-Bourne, Civilization in Congoland, London, 1903. Twain, King Leopold's Soliloquy, London, 1907. De Bono, Anno XIII, London, 1937. Macmillan, W. H., Complex South Africa, London, 1932. Schapera, L. (Editor), Western Civilization and the Natives of South Africa, London, 1934. Thurnwald, R., Black and White in East Africa, London, 1936. Rogers, H., Native Administration in the Union of South Africa, London, 1933. Brooks, E. H., The Colour Problems of South Africa, London, 1934. Brooks, E. H., History of Native Policy in South Africa, Cape Town, 1927. -- 391 -- Chapter 15 EDUCATION IN AFRICA Christian Students and Modern South Africa, Fort Hare, 1930. Jones, Education in East Africa, London, 1925. Jones, Education in Africa (West, South and Equatorial), New York, 1922. Mumford and Orde-Browne, Africans Learn to be French, [1936]. Oldham, Christianity and the Race Problem, New York, 1924. Sharp, The African Child, London, 1931. Congo Missionary Conference, 1921, Bolobo, 1921. Loram, Education of the South African Native, London, 1917. Westerman, D., Africa and Christianity, London, 1937. Oldham, J. H., and Gibson, B. D., The Remaking of Man in Africa, London, 1931. Chapter 16 THE FUTURE OF WORLD DEMOCRACY "Poor White Problem in South Africa," Report of the Carnegie Commission, Stellenbosch, 1932. Hayford, Ethiopia Unbound, London, 1911. Oldham, White and Black in Africa, London, 1930. Smuts, Africa and Some World Problems, Oxford, 1930. Thwaite, The Seething African Pot, London, 1936.

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