University of San Francisco Political Scientist Wins Book Award

James Lance Taylor, associate professor and chair of the department of politics at the University of San Francisco, was honored with an award for Outstanding Academic Title by the editors of Choice, the publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Libraries of the American Library Association. Professor Taylor was honored for his book, Black Nationalism in the United States: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama (Lynne Rienner Publishers).

Professor Taylor earned a bachelor’s degree at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. He holds graduate degrees from the University of Southern California. From 2009 to 2011, he served as president of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists.

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  1. Hello my dear brother James Taylor,
    For many years, I have thought about you so often with prayers for your health, and success. God has truly answered my prayers. Congratulations on your accomplishments. Contact me sometimes. Thanks to Sonja Norwood’s post, I ran across her wonderful comments about you. I agree, I too love and admire you.
    Dennistine Reed-Lyle

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