Provides comprehensive annotations of published works on African American women in a variety of areas, making visible the richness of published works focusing on this population.
Preface Introduction Education Feminist Thought and Womanist Perspectives Intimacy, Relationships, and Motherhood Health Religion, Spirituality and Womanist Theology Social, Historical, and economic Conditions Work, Careers, and Achievement African American Women Writers Bibliographies, Indexes, and Reference Books Index
VERONICA G. THOMAS is Professor, Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies at Howard University./eKISHA BRAITHWAITE is a doctoral student in the Counseling Program in the Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies at Howard University./ePAULA MITCHELL is a doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Michigan State University./e
?This resource offers comprehensive coverage of its topic. It covers almost every subject related to African American women, ranging from education to relationships to health to social and historical and economic conditions....It succesfully introduces a specialized subject through its ease-of-use format and scope of research. Overall, it is a very excellent bibliography. Highly recommended for all research and academic libraries.?-Reference & User Services Quarterly