Clarence Walkerlink is Professor of History at University of California, Davis. Educated at University of California Berkeley, his publications include: We Can't Go Home Again: An Argument About Afrocentrism, "Asante’s Aposteori” in Chretien, Fauvelle, and Perrot, Afrocentrisme: Histoire, Memoire, Identities , Recomposee’s,“Denial Is Not A River In Egypt: Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson” in History, Memory, and Civic Culture , Edited By Jan Lewis and Peter Onuf, and “If Everybody was a King, who Built the Pyramids?: Afrocentrism and Black American History,” in Emerging Structures, ed., Rudi Keller and Karl Menges. Recently he served as academic advisor to the PBS American Experience television series : Reconstruction: The Second Civil War (2004).
Professor Clarence Walker's lecture at the 2006 OUSD TAHG Summer Institute held at UC Berkeley.