Rethinking Theory in Black Studies: Methodology (University of Illinois)


This is the second lecture in the AFRO 490 series. Alkalimat talks about methods for production of thought in Black studies. He outlines them as epistemology, sociology, history and comparative. He then talks about the D-7 approach to answering questions. This approach involves defining the problem, gathering data, digitizing information, discovering the problem, designing a response, distributing your findings, and making a difference.

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