PAOC BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATERIALS FOR PAN AFRICAN CLUBS
Below are 25 texts (and 5 supplementals) considered basic materials for studying and developing youth leadership
within 21st century Pan Africanism. All PAOC members, teachers, tutors
and advisors should be very familiar with all of the listed texts, and portions of regular PAOC meetings should be devoted
to discussion/analysis of the lessons and wisdom contained in the listed books. When new progressive
materials become available, they can be added to the list. Most of these texts are still available for purchase or they are
accessible through a library. Any PAOC or PA Club member who cannot acquire any of these books should immediately contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Abdul-Raheem, Tajudeen (ed.). Politics, Economy
and Social Change in the Twenty-first Century. New York: New York Uni. Press,
Adi, Hakim, and Marika Sherwood (eds.).
Pan African History. London: Routledge, 2003.
Afolabi, Niyi (ed.). Marvels of the African World: African
Cultural Patrimony, New World Connections and Identities. African World Press, 2003.
Ajala, Adekunle. Pan Africanism: Evolution, Progress
and Prospects. London: Andre Deutsch, 1973.
Azikiwe, Nnamdi. Renascent Africa. New York: Humanities Press, 1937; reprinted London: Frank Cass & Comp., Ltd..
Blyden, Edward W. Africa for the Africans. Washington, D.C., 1872; reprinted, London, 1903.
Chrisman, Robert, and Nathan Hare (eds.). Pan Africanism. New
York: Bobs- Merrill, 1974.
Dubois, W.E. B. The World and Africa. New York:
International Publishers, 1946.
Esedebe, P. Olisanwuche. Pan Africanism:
The Idea and the Movement, 1776-
1991. Washington, D.C.:
Howard University Press, 1994.
Geiss, Imanuel. The Pan African Movement: A History of Pan
America, Europe and Africa. London: Metheun, 1974.
Harris, Joseph E. Global Dimensions of the African Diaspora. Washington,
Howard University Press, 1982,
Mamdani, Mahmood, et al. Citizen and Subject: Contemporary Africa
Legacy of Late Colonialism. Princeton University Press, 1996.
Mandaza, Ibbo (ed.) Pan Africanism and Integration in Africa. SAPES,
Maren, Michael. The Road to Hell: The Ravaging Effects of
Foreign Aid and
International Charity. Free Press, 1996.
Martin, Tony. The Pan African Connection: From Slavery to
Garvey and Beyond.
Dover, Mass: The Majority Press, 1983.
Mbiti, John. African Religions and Philosophy. New York: Anchor Books,
M’Buyinga, Elinga. Pan Africanism or Neo-Colonialism:
The Bankruptcy of the
O.A.U. London: Zed Publishers,
Murithi, Timothy. The African Union: Pan Africanism, Peacebuilding and
Development. Ashgate Publishing Comp., 2005.
Nascimento, Elisa Larkin. Pan Africanism
and South America: Emergence of a
Black Rebellion. Buffalo: Afrodiaspora, 1980.
Nkrumah, Kwame. Africa Must Unite. New York: International Pub., 1963.
Neo-Colonialism, the Last Stage of Imperialism. International
Nyerere, Julius K. Freedom and Unity. Dar es Salaam, 1966; London: Oxford University Press, 1968.
Ofuatey-Kodjoe, W. (ed.). Pan Africanism:
New Directions in Strategy. Lanham, Md: University Press
of America, 1986.
Okpewho, Isidore, Ali Mazrui, and Carol B.
African Diaspora: African Origins and New World Identities. Indiana
University Press, 2001.
Thompson, Vincent B. Africa and Unity:
Evolution of Pan Africanism. London: Longman, 1969.
Walters, Ronald. Pan Africanism in the Diaspora: An Analysis
of Modern Afrocentric Political Movements. Detroit; Wayne State University Press,
FIVE FUNDAMENTAL SUPPLEMENTAL TEXTS TO KNOW
Cheikh Anta Diop, The Cultural Unity of Black Africa. Chicago: Third
World Press, 1959, 1978.
The African Origin of Civilization. Lawrence Hill
Essien-Udom, E.U., and Amy Jacques Garvey. More Philosophy
and Opinions of Marcus Garvey. London: Frank Cass & Comp. Ltd., 1977.
Marable, Manning. African and Caribbean Politics: From Kwame
Nkrumah to Maurice Bishop. London. Verso Press, 1987.
Rodney, Walter. How Europe Underdeveloped Africa. Washington,
D.C.; Howard University Press, 1981.