An academic paper prepared by Dr. Bernard Ortiz de Montellano.
Author: Kurly Tlapoyawa
Analysis of Ivan Van Sertima’s Afrocentric claims on Mesoamerica
A paper written by Casanova Escobaño which provides a critical look at Afrocentric claims
They Were NOT Here Before Columbus: Afrocentric Hyperdiffusionism in the 1990s
This article was published in the journal Ethnohistory
Robbing Native American Cultures: Van Sertima’s Afrocentricity and the Olmecs
This article was published Current Anthropology Volume 38, Number 3, June 1997.
UNM Chicano Studies and the promotion of Afrocentric pseudoscholarship
OBJECTIVE: For UNM Chicano Studies to remove the idea of “Black Olmecs” from their Conexiones Veracruz program. HOW YOU CAN… Read more UNM Chicano Studies and the promotion of Afrocentric pseudoscholarship
UNM Chicano Studies: Conexiones Veracruz
UNM Chicano Studies and its promotion of Afrocentric pseudoscholarship
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