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Educational Thought of W. E. B. Du Bois An Intellectual History

ISBN-10: 0807748366
ISBN-13: 9780807748367
Edition: 2008
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Description: Derrick Alridge's The Educational Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois is a major contribution to American and African American intellectual and educational history. Alridge provides the first detailed scholarly analysis of the full range of Du Bois's  More...

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Book details

Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Publication date: 10/31/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Derrick Alridge's The Educational Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois is a major contribution to American and African American intellectual and educational history. Alridge provides the first detailed scholarly analysis of the full range of Du Bois's educational philosophy, placing it within the context of the larger social and intellectual movements in American society and throughout the African world. Well documented and gracefully written, Alridge's important work fills one of the remaining gaps in our knowledge and understanding of the intellectual legacy of the leading African American scholar-activist of the twentieth century.

V.P. Franklin is Distinguished Professor of History at Drexel University. He is the author of several books, including Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Biography and Living Our Stories, Telling Our Truths: Autobiography and the Making of the African-American Intellectual Tradition .

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
A Du Boisian Journey
A Context of Ideas
Complexities and Challenges
Structure of the Book
Development of a Mind, 1868-1895
The Education of W.E.B. Du Bois
The World of Du Bois's Youth
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Fisk University
Harvard University
University of Berlin
Conclusion
Educating and Uplifting the Race, 1895-1920
The "Negro Problem" in the Age of Social Reform
The Progressive Ethos
Thomas Jesse Jones
John Dewey
The Educator as Scientist
Conclusion
Black Educators and the Quest to Uplift and Develop the Race
Alexander Crummell
Booker T. Washington
Anna Julia Cooper
Kelly Miller
Nannie Helen Burroughs
Conclusion
Education for Black Advancement
Leadership and Liberal Education
Education and Identity
Conclusion
Educating the Black Masses in the Age of the "New Negro," 1920-1940
The "New Negro," Economic Cooperation, and the Question of Voluntary Separate Schooling
War and Blacks
The "New Negro" Consciousness
The Economic Conditions of African Americans
Black Economic Cooperation
Voluntary Separate Schooling
Conclusion
African American Educators, Emancipatory Education, and Social Reconstruction
Alain Locke
Carter G. Woodson
Mary McLeod Bethune
Charles H. Thompson
Horace Mann Bond
The Social Reconstructionists
Conclusion
Education for Social and Economic Cooperation
Communal and Community-Based Education
Toward a Broader Educational Vision
Black History Education and Collective Racial Consciousness
Conclusion
The Freedom to Learn: Liberation and Education for the World Community, 1940-1963
The Cold War and the Civil Rights Movement
The Coming of the Cold War
The Decline of Progressive Education and the Rise of the Cold War
Du Bois and the Coming of the Modern Civil Rights Movement
From Brown v. Board and King to Ghana
Septima Clark: Echoes of a Du Boisian Pedagogy
Conclusion
Education for Liberation
Freedom to Learn, Critical Thinking, and Basic Skills
From the Talented Tenth to the Guiding Hundredth
Afrocentric, Pan-African, and Global Education
Education in The Black Flame
Conclusion
Conclusion: Du Bois's Legacy for the Education of African Peoples and the World Community
Du Bois's Legacy for African American Education
A Du Boisian Vision
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index
About the Author

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