UGA

African Studies Institute
The mission of the African Studies Institute is to advance the international aspects of teaching, research, public service and outreach missions and to enrich the learning environment of its students, the primary goals of the Institute embrace the enhancement of the teaching of courses with a rich African content, initiation of new courses and degree programs in African Studies, collaboration in research opportunities in and about Africa, and the expansion of current and creation of studies abroad, student and faculty exchanges, and continuing education and outreach programs.

Institute for African American Studies
The Institute Studies is dedicated to the production of creative research on the achievements of African Americans and to exciting instruction for a diverse community of thinkers. In addition, it serves as a cultural repository and resource for the citizenry of Georgia

Texts

Womanist Theory and Research
A Journal of Womanist and Feminist-of-Color Scholarship and Art. A publication of the Institute for African-American Studies and The University of Georgia.

Sexism and Misogyny: Who Takes the Rap?
An article by bell hooks

External Websites

A History of Black Feminism in the United States
A history of Black Feminism in the U.S. compiled by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Black American Feminism: A Multidisciplinary Bibliography
Compiled by Sherri Barnes, librarian at UC Santa Barbara, this site includes citations from the 19th century to the present on Black American Feminism in a wide array of disciplines. Citations are from professional, scholarly, popular, mainstream and alternative magazines, journals, newspapers, and books.

Beginning List for Black Feminist/Womanist Works
List of materials that include a womanist/black feminist standpoint. Compiled by Joya Misra