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Dr. Jamison’s research interests include Africana intellectual history, Africana social/political thought, the intellectual history and diasporic connections of Africana Psychology, the historical and psychological aspects of oppression in the African diaspora, and the psychology of race and racism. His edited book, Perspectives in African American History and Culture: An Introductory Reader, was published in 2005.
Dr. Jamison's most recent article, "Daudi Azibo: Defining and Developing Africana Psychological Theory, Research, and Practice," is forthcoming in the in the Spring issue of the Journal of Pan African Studies. He is working on an article on Cultural Misorientation for the Encyclopedia of African Cultural Heritage in North America (Sage).
- BS, Bowie State University, Psychology
- MS, Florida A&M University, Community Psychology
- PhD, Temple University, African American Studies