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Not Out of Africa: How "Afrocentrism" Became an Excuse to Teach Myth as History

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Was Socrates black? How about Cleopatra? Was Greece colonized by Egypt? As absurd as these claims seem, they, and other "truths" are being taught to ... Show synopsis

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by Darrin on Feb 4, 2010

The work itself is not constructed very well in relation to its intended theme. Nevertheless, it has a place in the annals as a perspective; a point of view. This work enables the student to glean certain attitudes, nuances, and methodologies of a specific camp of classicists in their reaction to ... More

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