White over Black American Attitudes Toward the Negro, 1550-1812

ISBN-10: 0807871419

ISBN-13: 9780807871416

Edition: 2nd 2012

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List price: $37.50
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Publication date: 2/6/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 696
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Winthrop D. Jordan (1931-2007) taught history at the University of Mississippi. His books includeTumult and Silence at Second Creek: An Inquiry into a Civil War Slave ConspiracyandWhite Man's Burden: Historical Origins of Racism in the United States.

Christopher Leslie Brown is associate professor of history at Rutgers University and coeditor of Arming Slaves: From Classical Times to the Modern Age.

Peter H. Wood is history professor emeritus at Duke University and author ofStrange New Land: African Americans, 1526-1776, among others.

Genesis 1550-1700
First Impressions: Initial English Confrontation with Africans
The Blackness Without
The Causes of Complexion
Defective Religion
Savage Behavior
The Apes of Africa
Libidinous Men
The Blackness Within
Unthinking Decision: Enslavement of Negroes in America to 1700
The Necessities of a New World
Freedom and Bondage in the English Tradition
The Concept of Slavery
The Practices of Portingals and Spanyards
Enslavement: The West Indies
Enslavement: New England
Enslavement: Virginia and Maryland
Enslavement: New York and the Carolinas
The Un-English: Scots, Irish, and Indians
Racial Slavery: From Reasons to Rationale
Provincial Decades 1700-1755
Anxious Oppressors: Freedom and Control in a Slave Society
Demographic Configurations in the Colonies
Slavery and the Senses of the Laws
Slave Rebelliousness and White Mastery
Free Negroes and Fears of Freedom
Racial Slavery in a Free Society
Fruits of Passion: The Dynamics of Interracial Sex
Regional Styles in Racial Intermixture
Masculine and Feminine Modes in Carolina and America
Negro Sexuality and Slave Insurrection
Dismemberment, Physiology, and Sexual Perceptions
The Secularization of Reproduction
Mulatto Offspring in a Biracial Society
The Souls of Men: The Negro's Spiritual Nature
Christian Principles and the Failure of Conversion
The Question of Negro Capacity
Spiritual Equality and Temporal Subordination
The Thin Edge of Antislavery
Inclusion and Exclusion in the Protestant Churches
Religious Revival and the Impact of Conversion
The Bodies of Men: The Negro's Physical Nature
Confusion, Order, and Hierarchy
Negroes, Apes, and Beasts
Rational Science and Irrational Logic
Indians, Africans, and the Complexion of Man
The Valuation of Color
Negroes Under the Skin
The Revolutionary Era 1755-1783
Self-Scrutiny in the Revolutionary Era
Quaker Conscience and Consciousness
The Discovery of Prejudice
Assertions of Sameness
Environmentalism and Revolutionary Ideology
The Secularization of Equality
The Proslavery Case for Negro Inferiority
The Revolution as Turning Point
Society and Thought 1783-1812
The Imperatives of Economic Interest and National Identity
The Economics of Slavery
Union and Sectionalism
A National Forum for Debate
Nationhood and Identity
Non-English Englishmen
The Limitations of Antislavery
The Pattern of Antislavery
The Failings of Revolutionary Ideology
The Quaker View Beyond Emancipation
Religious Equalitarianism
Humanitarianism and Sentimentality
The Success and Failure of Antislavery
The Cancer of Revolution
St. Domingo
Non-Importation of Rebellion
The Contagion of Liberty
Slave Disobedience in America
The Impact of Negro Revolt
The Resulting Pattern of Separation
The Hardening of Slavery
Restraint of Free Negroes
New Walls of Separation
Negro Churches
Thought and Society 1783-1812
Thomas Jefferson: Self and Society
Jefferson: The Tyranny of Slavery
Jefferson: The Assertion of Negro Inferiority
The Issue of Intellect
The Acclaim of Talented Negroes
Jefferson: Passionate Realities
Jefferson: White Women and Black
Interracial Sex: The Individual and His Society
Jefferson: A Dichotomous View of Triracial America
The Negro Bound by the Chain of Being
Linnaean Categories and the Chain of Being
Two Modes of Equality
The Hierarchies of Men
Anatomical Investigations
Unlinking and Linking the Chain
Faithful Philosophy in Defense of Human Unity
The Study of Man in the Republic
Erasing Nature's Stamp of Color
Nature's Blackball
The Effects of Climate and Civilization
The Disease of Color
White Negroes
The Logic of Blackness and Inner Similarity
The Winds of Change
An End to Environmentalism
Persistent Themes
Toward a White Man's Country
Emancipation and Intermixture
The Beginning of Colonization
The Virginia Program
Insurrection and Expatriation in Virginia
The Meaning of Negro Removal
Note on the Concept of Race
Essay on Sources
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Map: Percentage of Negroes in Total Non-Aboriginal Population, 1700
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