Front cover: Understanding the African Philosophical Concept Behind The ” Diagram of the Law of. Understanding the Africa ” – Yosef ben-Jochannan. $ Professor Yosef Ben Jochannan is an Egyptologist. Having taught at Cornell University for over 15 years, Dr. Ben, as he is affectionately known, has lectured. From Afrikan Captives to Insane Slaves: The Need for Afrikan History in Solving the “Black” Mental Health Crisis in “America” and the World. Yosef A.A. Ben-.
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Ben-Jochannan holding a doctorate from Jochanjan University in England while, conversely, catalogs from Malcolm-King College list him as holding two master’s degrees from Cambridge University.
Black Classic Pressreleased: Black Man of the Nile and His Family by: African origins of the major “Western religions” African-American heritage series.
He attended schools in Brazil, Spain, Puerto Rico, and Cuba and earned degrees jochannsn engineering and anthropology. Greve, Eric University of Washington, Seattle.
Retrieved 30 March Abu Simbel to Ghizeh: Ben-Jochannan immigrated to the United States in the early s. Black Man of the Nile Nov 22, Indeed, it appears that Mr. Provide feedback about this page. The subject of most of his books is ancient Nile Valley civilizations.
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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. From tohe was an adjunct part-time professor at Cornell University. December 31, Died: Professor Yosef Ben Jochannan is an Egyptologist. It has no affiliation with the University of Washington.
InBen-Jochannan donated his library of more than 35, volumes, manuscripts and ancient scrolls jochaannan the Nation of Islam.
During the question and answer session following the lecture, Lefkowitz asked ben-Jochannan, “How would that have been possible, when the library was not built until after his death?
Perhaps the high regard he enjoys today stems from his long, unwavering theme that the ancient civilizations along the Nile were African.
Ben, a Father of African Studies”. Accounts agree on little else other than that Ben-Jochannan was raised in the Caribbean and immigrated to the United States aboutwhere he reportedly worked as a draftsman and continued his studies. He earned a doctoral degree in cultural anthropology from the same school, and finally, he attended the University of Barcelona, where jocahnnan earned another doctoral degree, this time in Moorish history. A Chronology of the Bible: An Argument About Afrocentrism.
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The Magazine of Higher Learning. Learn more at Author Central. He also wrote and co-wrote elementary and secondary school texts in the s. According to Fred Lewsey, bn communications officer at Cambridge, however, the school has no record of his ever attending, let alone earning any degree.
Yosef A.A. Ben-Jochannan (Author of Black Man of the Nile and His Family)
Ben joins the ancestors”. Studies in the Margins of Judaism in Modern Times. He donated his personal library of more than 35, volumes to the Nation of Islam in Seattle and the Nation The Commanders: Yosef Alfredo Antonio Ben-Jochannan.
Those close to him said he had stopped eating and drinking several days earlier, as his metabolism slowly churned down.