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Russell Adams, Ph.D.

Dr. Russell L. Adams is a political sociologist with a long time interest in interdisciplinary instruction, curriculum development, community diversity and intergroup relations.

The holder of the B.A. degree from Morehouse College and the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Chicago, he has published numerous articles on the emergence of Afro-American Studies as an academic field utilizing a variety of disciplines, the role of philosophy and the function of epistemology in constructing and defining social reality.

He is the author of the widely used publication Great Negroes: Past and Present. Dr. Adams is currently engaged in editing a series of essays focusing on the antebellum black community and black participation in the American Civil War.

Dr. Adams has served as a curriculum consultant to colleges and public school systems in different parts of the country. He is a manuscript reviewer for academic journals and textbook publishers. Frequently quoted by the mass media, he has lectured throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, Israel and South Africa.

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