Malcolm X

Research produced for the doctorate degree.

Bayoumi, Moustafa M. Migrating Islam: Religion, Modernity, and Colonialism. Columbia University, New York, 1998.
Briscoe, Carl Eugene Jr. The Subversion of Intellect in the Politics of African American Resistance. Purdue University, W Lafayette, IN, 1994.
Decaro, Louis Anthony, Jr. Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam: Two Moments in His Religious Sojourn. New York University, New York, NY, 1994.
Deck, Alice. I Am Because We Are: Four Versions of the Common Voice in African and Afro-American Autobiography. State U. of NY at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, 1980.
Dyson, Michael Eric. Uses of Heroes: Celebration and Criticism in the Interpretation of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1993.
Gay, John Franklin. The Rhetorical Strategies and Tactics of Malcolm X. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1985.
Glasker, Wayne Clifton. The Paradoxes of Integration: A Case Study of the Black Student Movement at the University of Pensylvania, 1965-1990. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1994.
Harper, Frederick. Maslow's Concept of Self-actualization Compared with Personality Characteristics of Selected Black American Protestors: Martin Luther King, Jr. , Malcolm X and Frederick Douglass. Florida State University, Tallahasse, FL, 1970.
Hilliard-Nunn, M. Patricia E. African Consciousness and the Responses of African American College Students to 'House Party', 'House Party 2', 'New Jack City', and 'Malcolm X'. Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 1993.
Hodges, John. The Quest for Selfhood in the Autobiographies of W. E. B. DuBois, Richard Wright, and Malcolm X. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1980.
Lee, Andrew Ann Dinkins. Malcolm X and the Rhetoric of Transformation: 1948-1965. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1995.
McCauley, Mary. Alex Haley, A Southern Griot: A Literary Biography. George Peabody College Press, Davidson County, TN, 1983.
McGuire, Robert Grayson, III. Continuity in Black Political Protest: The Thought of Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Joseph Casely Hayford, Joseph B. Danquah and Swame Nkrumail. Columbia University, New York, 1974.
Meeks, Daris Deshon. Malcolm X and Nelson Mandela: The Motivations and Attributes of their Political Leadership. Regent University, British Columbia, Canada, 1997.
Moore, William. On Identity and Consciousness of El Hazz Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X). University of California, Santa Cruz, CA, 1974.
Morrison, Carlos D. The Rhetoric of the Nation of Islam, 1930-1975: A Functional Approach. Howard University, Washington, D. C. , 1996.
Muhammad, N. E.  The Transformational Leadership and The Educational Philosophic Legacy of Malcolm X. The University of Cincinnati: Cincinnati, OH, 1999.
Munir, Fareed Z. Islam in America: An African American Pilgrimage Toward Coherence (Elijah Muhammad, Warith Deen Muhammad, Malcolm X). Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1993.
Norman, Barbara Ann. The Black Muslims: A Rhetorical Analysis. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1985.
Onwubu, Chukwuemek. Black Idiologies and the Sociology of Knowledge: the Public Response to the Protest Thoughts and Teachings of Martin Luther King Jr. , and Malcolm X. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1975.
Orange, Tonikiaa Lindiwe. The Beliefs of the Constituents of Malcolm X Academy, An African-Centered School, On What Makes It Effective in Educating African-American Children. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1997.
Owens, Kerry Paul. The Dual Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: The Heroic Narratives of Martin Luther King, Jr. , and Malcolm X. Louisiana State U/Agricultura & Mechanical College, Baton Rouge, LA, 1995.
Payne, James. A Content Analysis of Speeches and Written Documents of Six Black Spokesmen: Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, Marcus Garvey, W. E. B. DuBois, Martin Luther King, Jr. , and Malcolm X. Florida State University, Gainsville, FL, 1973.
Robinson, Dean Errol. To Forge A Nation, To Forge An Identity: Black Nationalism In the United States, 1957-1974. Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1995.
Rose, Shirley. Promises and Power: Myths of the Acquisition of Literacy. University of Southern CA, Los Angeles, CA, 1984.
Rudzka, Ostyn. Oratory of Martin Luther King, Jr. , and Malcolm X: A Study in Linguistic Stylistics. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1972.
Saldana, Maria Josefina. The Discourse of Development and Narratives of Resistance (Malcolm X, Mario Payeras, Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, Argentina, Rigoberta Menchu, Guatemala). Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 1994.
Sales, William W. Jr. Malcolm X and the Organization of Afro-American Unity: A Case Study in Afro-American Nationalism. Columbia University, New York, 1991.
Stewart, Mary Zeiss. The procession of the Time-Bearing Gods: Soul-History in Autobiography. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1982.
Terrill, Robert E. Symbolic Emancipation in the Rhetoric of Malcolm X. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1996.
Thurston, William Anthony. Justice Born Through Struggle: Martin Luther King, Jr. , Malcolm X (El-Hazz Malik El-Shabazz) and Angela Yvonne Davis. Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1994.
Tyler, Bruce. Black Radicalism in Southern California, 1950-1982. Ph. D. Dissertation. University of CA, Los Angeles, CA, 1983.
William, Michael. Relationship Between Nkrumahism and Twentieth Century Leftist Though in the African World. Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, IN, 1981.
Williams, Anthony C. Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X: A Comparative Analysis of Their Thought. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, 1985.
Wood, John. Humor as a Form of Political Action: The Case of Malcolm X. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 1975.
Woodyard, Jeffrey L. Africalogical Rhetorical Theory and Criticism: Afrocentric Approaches to the Rhetoric of Malcolm X. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1996.







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