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Geocultural Baseline Essay Project

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The Concept of Baseline Essays

What Characteristically is a Baseline Essay?

What are the Baseline Essays?

Who is the Audience for the Baseline Essays?

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The Essays Listing by Geocultural Group, Title, and Author

[ Af-Am | Am-In | As-Am | Hi-Am ]

Availability and status of each Baseline Essay Series:

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African-American Baseline Essays

This series was released in 1987. View the Preface to the African/African-American Baseline Essays.

The individual essay titles are as follows:

African-American Art Traditions and Developments by Michael D. Harris

African and African-American Traditions in Language Arts by Joyce Braden Harris

African and African-American Contributions to Mathematics by Beatrice Lumpkin

African and African-American Contributions to Science and Technology by Hunter Havelin Adams III

Social Science African-American Baseline Essay by John Henrik Clarke

African and African-American Contributions to World Music by Charshee Lawrence-McIntyre, Ph.D.

As a supplement the African-American (K-5) Lesson Plans are also available

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American Indian Baseline Essays

This series was first released in 1993. View the Preface to the American Indian Essays.

The individual essay titles are as follows:

American Indian Art Traditions and Contributions by Chris R. Landon

American Indian Language Arts Traditions and Contributions by Chris R. Landon

American Indian Math Traditions and Contributions by Chris R. Landon

American Indian Contributions to Science and Technology by Chris R. Landon

American Indian Civilizations and the Social Sciences by Chris R. Landon

American Indian Music Traditions and Contributions by Gary S. Fields

American Indian Physical Education and Health Traditions and Contributions by Chris R. Landon

As a supplement the American Indian (K-12) Lesson Plans are also available

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Hispanic-American baseline Essays

This series was first developed in 1993.

View the Preface to the Hispanic-American Baseline Essays.

The individual essay titles are as follows:

Social Science: Toward an Understanding of Hispanic History by Dr. Erasmo Gamboa

Language Arts: Toward an Understanding of Hispanic Literature with a Special Emphasis in the Literature of Hispanics in the United States by Nicolas Kanellos, Ph.D. with Companion Essays by Alma Flor Eda and Isabel Schon

Latinos and Mathematics by Dr. Luis Ortiz-Franco

Latino Music: A View of Its Diversity and Strength by Dr. Robert Garfias

As a supplement the Hispanic (K-12) Lesson Plans are currently available.

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Asian-American Baseline Essays

The Asian Baseline Essay Series was released in late spring/early summer of 2001. View the Preface to the Asian Essays

The individual essay titles are as follows:

The Asian Baseline Essay in Art by William Lillys with an epilogue by Dr. Pratipaditya Pal

Asian and Asian-American Traditions in Language Arts by professor Shawn Wong and Dr. Naseem A. Hines

Asian Contributions to Mathematics by Dr. Ramesh Gangolli

Asian and Asian-American Music by Dr. Hiromi Lorraine Sakata

Contributions of Asians and Asian-Americans to Science by Dr. Khalid H. Khan and Dr. A.K. Gupta (On Hold pending response by the authors to Asian Reviewers)

Asian-American Baseline Essay: Social Science by Dr. Mounir A. Farah and Aseel Nasir Dyck

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