Category Archives: Hill, Robert A.
The art of documentary editing can be described as the complicated process through which both popular and academic audiences come to know the primary sources for modern scholarship in history and literature. Herbert Bailey, Robert Hill, and Mary Jo Kline define … Continue reading
In recognition of Black History Month, February 1985, Robert A. Hill examines the life and ideas of Marcus Garvey (1887-1940), the Jamaican black nationalist, educator, and cultural leader. Garvey was a charismatic speaker, a world traveler, and the founder of the … Continue reading