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Renewing Black intellectual history

the ideological and material foundations of African American thought

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Renewing Black intellectual history

the ideological and material foundations of African American thought

This edition was published in by Paradigm Publishers in Boulder.


Table of Contents

Pt. 1. Emancipation, Reconstruction, and retrenchment
Frederick Douglass's Life and times : progressive rhetoric and the problem of constituency / Kenneth W. Warren
"Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and others" : the political economy of racism in the United States / Judith Stein
Pt. 2. The Jim Crow era
How Black "folk" survived in the modern South : industrialization, popular culture, and the transformation of Black working-class leisure in the Jim Crow South / William P. Jones
An inevitable drift? : oligarchy, Du Bois, and the prospect of democracy between the wars / Kenneth W. Warren
The Educational Alliance and the Urban League in New York : ethnic elites and the politics of Americanization and racial uplift, 1903-1932 / Touré F. Reed
The Chicago School of Human Ecology and the ideology of Black civic elites / Preston H. Smith II
"What a pure, healthy, unified race can accomplish" : collective reproduction and the sexual politics of Black nationalism / Michele Mitchell
Black power nationalism as ethnic pluralism : postwar liberalism's ethnic paradigm in Black radicalism / Dean E. Robinson
Pt. 3. The post-Jim Crow era
The postmodern moment in Black literary and cultural studies / Madhu Dubey
The "color line" then and now : The souls of Black folk and the changing context of Black American politics / Adolph Reed Jr.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Dewey Decimal Class
305.896/073
Library of Congress
E185 .R45 2010, E185.R45 2010

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Open Library
OL24001822M
Internet Archive
renewingblackint0000unse
ISBN 10
1594516650
ISBN 13
9781594516658
LC Control Number
2009025509

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