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Modibo Kadalie

Mobido M. Kadalie

Dr. Modibo M. Kadalie

Office: Joseph Knuckles Annex
Phone: 672-2428
Fax: 672-1090
Email: mkadalie@uncfsu.edu
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BIOGRAPHY

  • B.A., Psychology, Morehouse College
  • M.S. Experimental Psychology, Howard University
  • M.A., Ph.D., Political Science, Atlanta University

Dissertation: "The Independent African American Labor Movement in the Formation of the American State and in the Consolidation of Capitalist Class Power." 

TEACHING COURSES

  • POLI 200: Introduction to Political Science
  • HIPPO 342: Civil Rights and the Constitution
  • POLI 450: History of Political Theory
  • HIPO 300: Contemporary African American Politics 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Critical Political Theory                                                Environmental and Social Justice Issues and Movements as they impact the International Capitalist System 

PUBLICATIONS

"The Emergence of Women in the Leadership of a Struggle for Ecological Justice: the Case of Vieques," Race, Gender and Class, Vol.16, No.3-4, 2009

---Internationalism, Pan Africanism and the Struggle of Social Classes, One Quest Press, Savannah, Georgia, 2000

---The Struggle of the Times: A Primer in Critical Political Social Science, forthcoming.

"Two Policies: Two Challenges to Democratic Statecraft in Post Apartheid South Africa, " Limpopo Journal of Public Policy and Law, Spring 2007 (forthcoming)

"Challenges facing HBCUs in the United States and HBUs in South Africa in the Generation of Critical Social Theory: Comparatively Considered," Quo Vadis, Journal of the Humanities, UNIN, Spring 2005, pp. 60-83.

"Freedom Day: A National African American Holiday," Journal of Negro History, Vol. 86, No. 3, Summer 2001. pp. 348-371.

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