Dr. Adonijah BakariDr. Adonijah Bakari

Associate Professor

CONTACT
E-mail: adonijah.bakari@mtsu.edu
Phone: (615) 898-5905
Office Location and Mailing Address: Peck Hall, Room 280
MTSU Box 23
Murfreesboro, TN 37132

FIELDS: Africa and African American history.

BIOGRAPHICAL STATEMENT: Professor Bakari's research interest center on spirituality, manhood development and learning through travel abroad.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:

  • Perspectives on Manhood
  • Sub-¬Saharan Africa
  • Study Abroad in Africa
  • African Religion and Philosophy
  • Survey of African American History From Africa to 1855
  • Survey of African-American History Since 1865
  • Topics in African American History--Black Power
  • Topics in African American History--African Religion
  • Topics in African American History—Perspectives on Spirituality
  • Topics in African American History--African American Revolutionary Thought
  • Introduction to African-American Studies

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: 

Book Review: African Roots American Cultures Ed By Sheila S Walker; Published in the Journal of Mississippi History, Spring 2003.

Book Review: The Atlantic Slave Trade by Herbert S Klein. Published in the Florida Historical Quarterly, Summer 2001.

SELECTED AWARDS: 

Middle Tennessee State University John Pleas Faculty Award

WORKS IN PROGRESS:

The Book of Finding Peace

The Manhood Redemption Project—manhood development program for the Rutherford County Drug Court

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Temple University, 1999 (African American Studies)
M.A.,  Northeast Illinois University, Chicago, 1990 (Inner-City Studies)
B.S.   Tuskegee University, Alabama, 1986 (Chemistry)

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