A

A Tribute to the Negritude Movement and Laboratoire Agit-Art Senegal, 2013: Rachel Hamada Article
African Art As Philosophy: Senghor, Bergson and the Idea of Negritude, 2012: Souleymane Bachir Diagne Article
African Art in African American Collections, 2015: Leonard Kahan and Donna Page Exhibition Catalog
African Culture Will Be Revolutionary or Will Not Be: William Klein’s Film of the First PanAfrican Festival of Algiers 1969, 2011: Olivier Hadouchi Article
Africobra and the Negotiation of Visual Afrocentrisms, 2009: Kristin L. Ellsworth Article
AfriCOBRA and TransAtlantic Connections, 2012: Jeff R. Donaldson Article
Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic, 2010: Tanya Barson and Peter Gorschluter Exhibition Catalog
Art of the African Diaspora, 2005: Michael D. Harris Essay

B

Beyond Negritude: Black Cultural Citizenship and the Arab Question in FESTAC 77, 2015: Andrew Apter Article

C

Come Back Africa, 1960: Lionel Rogosin Film
Contemporary African Artists and the Pan-African Imaginary: Skunder Boghossian, Kwabena Ampofo-Anti and Viktor Ekpuk, 2013: Chika Okeke-Agulu Article
Cultural Identity and Diaspora, 2003: Stuart Hall Article

D

David Hammons / Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons / Pamela Z.: Three Artists / Three Projects / Dakar Biennale—Diaspora / Memory / Place, 2008: Salah M. Hassan and Cheryl Finley Exhibition Catalog
“Dig the Diversity in Unity”: AfriCOBRA’s Black Family, 2011: Rebecca Zorach Article

E

Edward W. Blyden: Pioneer West African Nationalist, 1965: Hollis Lynch Article

F

FESTAC for Black People: Oil Capitalism and the Spectacle of Culture in Nigeria, 1993: Andrew Apter Article
Festival Pan-Africain d’Alger, 1969: William Klein Film
From Double Consciousness to Double Vision: The Afrocentric Artist, 1994: Michael D. Harris Article

H

Historical Overviews of the Black Arts Movement, 2009: Kaluma ya Salaam Article
How to Eat a Forest, 2017: Ntone Edjabe Article

J

Journey Toward a Black Aesthetic: Hoyt Fuller, the Black Arts Movement & the Black Intellectual Community, 2011: Jonathan Fenderson Dissertation

L

Lose Your Mother, 2008: Saidiya Hartman Book

M

Muhammad Ali, We Still Love You: The Unsteady Dreams of a “Muslim International,” 2016: Naeem Mohaiemen Article

N

Natural Synthesis and Contemporary Nigerian Visual Arts: An Exposition of Uche Okeke's Works, 2016: C.C. Chukueggu and S.I. Onwuakpa Article
Navigating Pan-Africanisms: On the Chimurenga Library, 2017: Kodwo Eshun, Avery F. Gordon, and Emily Pethick Article
Negotiations in the Contact Zone, 2003: Renee Green, Lynne Tillman, Manthia Diawara, and Judith Barry Book
Negritude as a Concept of Collaboration, 2015: John Akomfrah Essay
Négritude: A Pan-African Ideal, 1966: Bentley Le Baron Article
New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement: Black Light on the Wall of Respect The Chicago Black Artist Movement, 2006: Margo Natalie Crawford Essay
Nina Simone in Liberia, 2017: Katherina Grace Thomas Article

P

Pan-Africanism and the Black Festivals of Art and Culture: Today’s Realities and Expectations, 2015: Babasehinde Augustine Ademuleya and Michael Olusegun Fajuyigbe Article
Pan-Africanism, and the Politics of African Citizenship and Identity, 2013: Toyin Falola and Kwame Essien Book
Passions of Blackness and Imperatives of a Post-African Imagination: Re-reading Black Orpheus and Black Images, 2015: Denis Ekpo Essay
Princes and Powers, 1957: James Baldwin Article

R

Remaking the Black World: Afro-modern Festivals and Black Arts Internationalism, , 2011: Jonathan Fenderson Article
Remembering FESTAC: Marilyn Nance Interview with Fanny Robles:, 2017: Fanny Robles Article
Richard Wright’s Black Power: Colonial Politics and the Travel Narrative, 2001: S. Shankar Article
Richard Wright’s Interrogation of Négritude: Revolutionary Implications for Pan Africanism and Liberation, 2012: Julian Kunnie Article

S

Small Acts: Thoughts on the Politics of Black Cultures, 1994: Paul Gilroy Book
Statecraft: An Incomplete Timeline of Independence Determined by Digital Action, 2015: Kodwo Eshun Essay

T

Tendencies and Confrontations: Dakar 1966, 2017: Cédric Vincent Article
The Diaspora as Object, 2003: John Peffer Article
The Fact of Blackness: Frantz Fanon and Visual Representation, 1996: Alan Read Book
The First World Festival of Negro Arts, 1966: William Greave Film
The Heart of a Woman, 1981: Maya Angelou Book
The Myth of the Negro Past, 1990: Melville J. Herskovits Book
The Negro in Art Week: Defining the “New Negro” Through Art Exhibition, 1997: Lisa Meyerowitz Article
The Performance of Pan-Africanism: Staging the African Renaissance at the First World Festival of Negro, 2016: David Murphy Article
The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994, 2001: Okwui Enwezor Exhibition Catalog
The Sidelong Glance: The Practice of African Diaspora Art History in the United States, 2014: Krista Thompson Article
The Spook Who Sat by the Door, 1973: Ivan Dixon Film
The Surreptitious Speech, 1992: V. Y. Mudimbe Book
The Vital Protest Art of Jeff Donaldson: “He Stood Up For What He Believed In,” 2017: Nadja Sayej Article
To Be Real: Figuring Blackness in Modern and Contemporary African Diaspora Visual Cultures, 2009: Jacqueline Francis Article
Toward a Paradigm of Unity in Afro-American Studies, 1990: Abdul Alkalimat Reader
Travel and See: Black Diaspora Art Practices since the 1980s, 2016: Kobena Mercer Book
Two Meetings and a Funeral - A Conversation between Naeem Mohaiemen and Hendrik Folkerts: Hendrik Folkerts Article

V

Visual Arts in the Black Arts Movement in Chicago: Resource Page

W

Welcome to the Jungle: New Positions In Black Cultural Studies, 1994: Kobena Mercer Book
‘When the Bull Elephants Fight’: Kwame Nkrumah, Non-Alignment, and Pan-Africanism as an Interventionist Ideology in the Global Cold War (1957-66), 2016: Frank Gerits Article