Afrikology, Ancient Nile Valley Society, Caribbean Society, Ancient Egyptian Language, Research Methodology, Afrikan History and Culture
A multi-disciplinary scholar with strong interests in language and linguistics, history, culture and research methodology, Nehusi’s research interests include Afrika and its diasporas from ancient to modern times, the Caribbean and Guyana. He has received many honors from different parts of the world for his scholarship.
- A People’s Political History of Guyana, 1838-1964. 2018. HANSIB Publishing, London, UK. 722pp.
- Libation: An Afrikan Ritual of Heritage in the Circle of Life. University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, USA. 210pp. 2015.
- The System of Education in Kemet (Ancient Egypt): An Overview. Occasional Monograph No. 14. Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC). Lagos, Nigeria. 2010. 47pp.
- Kimani S. K. Nehusi and Ian Isidore Smart (eds.) Ah Come Back Home: Perspectives on the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival Original World Press: Washington, D.C. and Port of Spain, 2000. 240pp.
- Language and Society in West Afrika
- Critical Readings in African American History
- Senior Seminar
- The Black Child: Socialization and Development
- African Civilizations
- Ancient Egyptian Language
- The History and Significance of Race in America
- Representing Race
- Introduction to Afrikology
- Independent Research Project