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Title The Oxford handbook of African American citizenship, 1865-present / edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. [and others]
Published New York : Oxford University Press, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource (x, 848 pages) : illustrations
Contents African American citizenship / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. -- The African American social experience, 1865-present -- An American conundrum: race, sociology, and the African American road to citizenship / Lawrence D. Bobo -- Race and the limits of American democracy: African Americans from the fall of reconstruction to the rise of the ghetto / Frank L. Samson -- The strange career of racial science, racial categories, and African American identity / Victor Thompson -- Race-conscious color blindness: World War II, Brown v. Board of Education, and the strange persistence of the one-drop rule / Victor Thompson -- From color caste to color blind, part I: racial attitudes in the United States during World War II, 1939-1945 / Maria Krysan -- From color caste to color blind, part II: racial attitudes during the civil rights and black power eras, 1946-1975 / Maria Krysan -- From color caste to color blind, part III: contemporary era racial attitudes, 1976-2004 / Maria Krysan -- The African American economic experience, 1865-present -- From slave to citizen: an overview of the evolution of African American economic status / Gerald Jaynes -- Reconstruction: the foundations of economic citizenship / Gerald Jaynes -- The economy and the black citizen, 1900 to World War II / Gerald Jaynes -- The expansion of economic rights since World War II / Gerald Jaynes -- Government policy and the poor / Gerald Jaynes -- African American politics, 1865-present -- African American politics and citizenship, 1865-present: an overview / Michael C. Dawson -- The black public sphere and black civil society / Michael C. Dawson -- Blacks and the racialized state / Michael C. Dawson -- War and African American citizenship, 1865-1965: the role of military service / Christopher Parker -- From civil rights movement to the present / Michael C. Dawson -- African American women: intersectionality in politics / Jamila Celestine Michener, Andrew Dilts, and Cathy J. Cohen
African Americans and the law, 1865-present -- The United States Constitution and the struggle for African American citizenship: an overview / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- African American legal status from reconstruction law to the nadir of Jim Crow: 1865-1919 / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- African American legal status from the Harlem renaissance through World War II / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- Law from the rise of the civil rights movement to the present / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- African Americans and education, 1865-present -- Education and the quest for African American citizenship: an overview / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- Emancipation and reconstruction: African American education, 1865-1919 / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- From the "new negro" to civil rights: African American education, 1919-1945 / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- Education from civil rights through black power: 1945-1975 / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- From retrenchment to renewal: African American education, 1975-present / Linda Darling-Hammond, Maria E. Hyler, and Joy Ann Williamson-Lott -- The changing psychologies of African Americans, 1865-present -- The African American psyche, 1865-present: an overview / Claude Steele and Jennifer Richeson -- Predicaments, coping, and resistance: social and personal identities among African Americans / William E. Cross, Jr. -- Contemporary black identities and personalities / William E. Cross, Jr. -- The rise and fall of race psychology in the study of African Americans / Daryl Michael Scott -- Black personality in the integrationist era / Daryl Michael Scott -- The racism of intelligence: how mental testing practices have constituted an institutionalized form of group domination / Jean-Claude Croizet
Summary 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
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject African Americans -- Civil rights.
African Americans.
Form Electronic book
Author Gates, Henry Louis, Jr.
LC no. 2010011748
ISBN 0199940975 (ebook)
9780199940974 (ebook)
(hardcover ; alk. paper)
(hardcover ; alk. paper)