Passageways - Interpretive History of Black America

ISBN-10: 0155024833
ISBN-13: 9780155024830
Edition: 1998
Authors: Colin A. Palmer
List price: $143.95
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Description: PASSAGEWAYS reflects current scholarship on the black past through a thematic and chronological approach. The metaphor PASSAGEWAYS describes the paths blacks in America have forged through racially inspired minefields. The two volumes focus on the  More...

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Book details

List price: $143.95
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/12/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 250
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

PASSAGEWAYS reflects current scholarship on the black past through a thematic and chronological approach. The metaphor PASSAGEWAYS describes the paths blacks in America have forged through racially inspired minefields. The two volumes focus on the ways in which a people imagined and constructed themselves, their institutions, their cultures, and their battles for freedom and equality. Colin A. Palmer is distinguished professor of History at CUNY Graduate School. He has held several fellowships and published widely in the area of the African Diaspora.

Colin A. Palmer is Dodge Professor of History at Princeton University.

Introduction
Constructing Freedom, 1863-1879
Maintaining White Supremacy: From the Compromise to 1917
Struggling for Direction After 1879
Uplifting the Race: 1879-1917
Constructing an Identity: From Turner to Garvey
The Generation of 1917
Intellectual and Cultural Life: From Emancipation to the Harlem Renaissance
A People in Motion, 1915-1955
Building Organizations, Weathering Storms After Garvey
Looking Outwards: World War I to the Civil Rights Movement
Claiming Equal Rights, 1917-1954
Forcing Change: 1955-1965

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