Encyclopedia Of African American History 1896 To The Present

Author: Paul Finkelman
Publisher:
ISBN: 0195167791
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Encyclopedia Of African American History 1896 To The Present. Focusing on the making of African American society from the 1896 "separate but equal" ruling of Plessy v. Ferguson up to the contemporary period, this encyclopedia traces the transition from the Reconstruction Era to the age of Jim Crow, the Harlem Renaissance, the Great Migration, the Brown ruling that overturned Plessy, the Civil Rights Movement, and the ascendant influence of African American culture on the American cultural landscape.Covering African American history in all areas of U.S. history and culture from 1896 to the present, the Encyclopedia contains approximately 1,200 fully cross-referenced entries that are all signed by leading scholars and experts, making this five-volume set the most reliable and extensive treatment to be found on African American history in the twentieth century. The set also contains 500 images and roughly 640 biographies, as well as an entry on each of the fifty states. In addition to its comprehensive coverage of African Americans, the Encyclopedia also contains entries about key figures who affected the lives of African Americans in particular and Americans in general. Unrivalled in breadth and scope, this is the preeminent source of information on this topic and is destined to become a trusted reference source for years to come.

The Oxford Handbook Of African American Citizenship 1865 Present

Author: Henry Louis Gates
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195188055
Size: 45.67 MB
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The Oxford Handbook Of African American Citizenship 1865 Present. This study seeks to answer the question of what the United States would look like today if, at the end of the Civil War freed slaves had been granted full political, social and economic rights. Over the course of 34 chapters, it presents a full and powerful portrait of the particular hurdles faced by African Americans.

A History Of African American Theatre

Author: Errol G. Hill
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521624435
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A History Of African American Theatre. The first definitive account of African-American performance and theatre from slavery to the present.

African American Authors 1745 1945

Author: Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313309106
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African American Authors 1745 1945. Profiles the lives and works of seventy-eight African-American writers, including Phillis Wheatley, Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Nella Larsen, Zora Neale Hurston, and Richard Wright.

Going To School

Author: Kofi Lomotey
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791403174
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Going To School. In this ground-breaking book, noted scholars/educators respond to the persistent, pervasive and disproportionate underachievement of African-American students in public schools. In the process, they illustrate various aspects of the dilemma with a wide range of views and address the complexity of the topic by including a consideration of the factors that impact upon the academic achievement of African-American students. Lomotey considers the implications for research, policy and practice related to African-American academic achievement.

Encyclopedia Of African American History 1619 1895

Author: Paul Finkelman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195167775
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Encyclopedia Of African American History 1619 1895. Explores how all aspects of American culture, history, and national identity have been profoundly influenced by the experience of African Americans and documents African American history from the arrival of the first slave ship to the death of Frederick Douglass.

African American Religious Cultures

Author: Stephen C. Finley
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1576074706
Size: 20.19 MB
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African American Religious Cultures. This encyclopedia offers the most comprehensive presentation available on the diversity and richness of religious practices among African Americans, from traditions predating the era of the transatlantic slave trade to contemporary religious movements. * Over 80 alphabetically organized entries on religious traditions embraced by African Americans, covering their historical development, doctrines, rituals, and key figures * Over 50 contributors, each a distinguished scholar familiar with the richness of African American religious life

African American Bioethics

Author: Lawrence J. Prograis Jr. MD
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 9781589012325
Size: 37.31 MB
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African American Bioethics. Do people of differing ethnicities, cultures, and races view medicine and bioethics differently? And, if they do, should they? Are doctors and researchers taking environmental perspectives into account when dealing with patients? If so, is it done effectively and properly? In African American Bioethics, Lawrence J. Prograis Jr. and Edmund D. Pellegrino bring together medical practitioners, researchers, and theorists to assess one fundamental question: Is there a distinctive African American bioethics? The book's contributors resoundingly answer yes—yet their responses vary. They discuss the continuing African American experience with bioethics in the context of religion and tradition, work, health, and U.S. society at large—finding enough commonality to craft a deep and compelling case for locating a black bioethical framework within the broader practice, yet recognizing profound nuances within that framework. As a more recent addition to the study of bioethics, cultural considerations have been playing catch-up for nearly two decades. African American Bioethics does much to advance the field by exploring how medicine and ethics accommodate differing cultural and racial norms, suggesting profound implications for growing minority groups in the United States.

African American English

Author: Lisa J. Green
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521891387
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African American English. This authoritative introduction to African American English (AAE) is the first textbook to look at the grammar as a whole. Clearly organised, it describes patterns in the sentence structure, sound system, word formation and word use in AAE. The textbook examines topics such as education, speech events in the secular and religious world, and the use of language in literature and the media to create black images. It includes exercises to accompany each chapter and will be essential reading for students in linguistics, education, anthropology, African American studies and literature.

African American Psychology

Author: Faye Z Belgrave
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412965551
Size: 59.85 MB
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African American Psychology. This core textbook provides students with comprehensive coverage of African American psychology as a field. Each chapter integrates African and American influences on the psychology of African Americans, thereby illustrating how contemporary values, beliefs, and behaviors are derived from African culture translated by the cultural socialization experiences of African Americans in this country. The literature and research are referenced and discussed from the perspective of African culture (mostly West African) during the period of enslavement, at other critical periods in this country (e.g., early 20th century, civil rights era), and through the present. Chapters provide a review of the research literature, with a focus on applications for contemporary living.