Friday, August 15, 2014

New Edited Volume from Dr. C. P. Gause with Foreword from Dr. Lemuel Watson

Black Masculinity in America: Can I Get a Witness?

Dr. C. P. Gause has assembled a talented group of authors for his book, Black Masculinity in America: Can I get a Witness? I believe it is one of the most important and diverse books I have read to date dealing with real authentic and purposeful issues of the black male. Dr. Gause challenges us from the onset to open our minds, to deconstruct the assumptions made about masculinity, gender, race, oppression, power, spirituality, and identity. In essence, do we have the knowledge, language, courage, and love to construct who we are and are meant to be out of our spirit and inner most core. 
                                                                    Lemuel Watson, Dean-College of Education
                                  Executive Director-Center of Educational Partnership
University of South Carolina-Columbia

Product Details

  • Paperback: 258 pages
  • Publisher: (August 15, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1632631687
  • ISBN-13: 978-1632631688
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.5 inches

Table of Contents

Dr. Lemuel Watson

C. P. Gause

Chapter 1   Transgressive Black Masculinities: Can I Get a Revolution?
C. P. Gause

Chapter 2    Advancing Research on Religious/Spiritual Affiliation and 
Construction of Black Masculinity
Kathy Hernandez

Chapter 3    
The Inherent Social Contradiction in the Angry but Mystical Negro: 
Hollywood is Making Us Crazy
Roymeico Carter & Leila Villaverde

Chapter 4
Hip Hop Culture: A Way to Be Black
Eloise Tan

Chapter 5
Reframing Black Male Homo-sociality as Critical Spaces to Explore Black Masculinity
Anthony R. Keith, Jr. 

Chapter 6
Walk Like a Man, Talk Like a Man: Examining Masculinity and Femininity in Gay Black Men
on the Cable Television Show Noah's Arc
Alfred Martin

Chapter 7 
This is the Remix: President Obama, Racial Ambiguity, and Hip Hop
Crystal Leigh Endsley

Chapter 8
Black Male Masculinity in Cinema: De-sexed, Feminized and Absent
Pearlie Strother-Adams

Chapter 9
Night Crawlers: The Potential Health Risks Associated with Criminogenic Black 
Masculinity and Clubbing
Steven R. Cureton

Chapter 10
The War on Obama: The Conservative News Media's Portrayal of Barack Obama
Joshua K. Wright

Chapter 11
African Americans' Double Consciousness after the Election of Barack Obama:
"This is America After All"
Bettina L. Love & Brandelyn Tosolt

Chapter 12
Blade: Vampire Hunter, Tragic Mulatto, and Diminished "Son of Shaft"
Naurice Frank Woods


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Why Does He Still Matter

UNCC Center for the Study of the New South

The relevance of the American black male in the 21st century offers the impetus for a yearlong series of candid community conversations, beginning with a focus on families on Thursday, May 22 at 6 p.m. at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture.

Dr. C. P. Gause-Guest Panelist on the following Topics and Dates

  • Thursday August 21, 2014, Where is the Black Male? The Invisible Man on High School and College Campuses
  • Thursday May 21, 2015, I Am a Man! Black, Male and Gay

Monday, April 21, 2014

Thanks for an Awesome Higher Education Doctoral Colloquium

Guest Lecturer

                                                    Dr. Ralph Soney-Guest Lecturer

Student Presenters & Guest Lecturer

 Melissa Jordan, Keonte Coleman, P. Brandon Johnson, Chris O'Connor, Derek Oxendine, Jenny Jones and Dr. Ralph Soney

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Sending a Shout-Out to The Black Girls that Rock @UNCG

Thanks so much for thinking of me. As your professor, I am thankful for your continued support. Cheers!

Friday, April 11, 2014

1st Annual Higher Education Doctoral Colloquium

1st Annual

Higher Education DOCTORAL Colloquium

Leadership-Equity-Social Justice
University of North Carolina-Greensboro School of Education Building Rm. 401
April 16th 2014

Former President of Roanoke-Chowan Community College


Student Presenters
Keonte Coleman
Brandon Johnson
Jenny Jones
Melissa Jordan
Chris O’Connor
Derek Oxendine

Free & Open to The Public

Sunday, April 6, 2014

#Thanks and #GoBraves

Thank you so much UNC-Pembroke for an awesome experience at the 2nd Annual Diversity and Leadership Summit. Mr. Canida and his team put together an amazing Saturday event. The #standingovation after my keynote was just a sweet experience.
The students were engaging and dynamic. UNCP and the Office of Equity and Inclusion continue to #inspire and #excel. Cheers, CP.

Monday, March 3, 2014


Educational Leadership
Black Masculinity
Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion
Transformational Leadership
Collaborative Activism
Teacher Leadership
School Administration
Democracy & Education
Youth & Popular Culture

Honorable Dr. Solomon Passey, Former Chair of U.N. Security Council & Dr. C. P. Gause

Honorable Dr. Solomon Passey, Former Chair of U.N. Security Council & Dr. C. P. Gause
Cultural Diplomacy @ Work

Former National Security Advisor James Jones, Honorable Senator Tim Hutchinson, & Dr. C. P. Gause

Former National Security Advisor James Jones, Honorable Senator Tim Hutchinson, & Dr. C. P. Gause
Reception for USAME Delegates at The Bulgarian Embassy