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Black Scholars on the Line Race, Social Science, and American Thought in the Twentieth Century

ISBN-10: 0268030804

ISBN-13: 9780268030803

Edition: 2007

Authors: Jonathan Scott Holloway, Ben Keppel

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'Black Scholars On the Line' explores the development of American social science by highlighting the contributions of those scholars who were both students and subjects of a segregated society. This books asks how segregation has influenced, and continues to influence, American social thought.
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Book details

List price: $40.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press
Publication date: 6/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 520
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Ben Keppel is a Visiting Instructor of History at the University of Oklahoma.

Acknowledgments
Introduction: Segregated Social Science and Its Legacy
Founding an Intellectual Tradition
Introduction
"The Attitude of the American Mind toward the Negro Intellect"
"The Negro in Light of Philology, Ethnology, and Egyptology"
"The Status of Woman in America"
"The Progress of Colored Women"
"The Exodus during the World War"
Building a True Social Science
Introduction
"Slavery and Industrialism
"The Size, Age and Sex of the Negro Population"
"The Changing Status of the Negro Family"
"The Background" (from Shadow of the Plantation)
"Cotton Plus Steel Equals Schools, 1900-1930
"Caste, Economy, and Violence"
African Americans in American Cultural Production
Introduction
"The New Negro"
"Characteristics of Negro Expression"
"The American Race Problem as Reflected in American Literature"
"The Dilemma of the Negro Author"
The Political Economy of Race
Introduction
"Economic Foundations of American Race Division"
"The Du Bois Program in the Present Crisis"
"Social Planning for the Negro, Past and Present"
"A Critique of New Deal Social Planning As It Affects Negroes"
"The Negro and Social Planning"
The World and the Color Line Come Home
Introduction
"The Negro in the New World Order"
"Race and Imperialism"
"Certain Unalienable Rights"
"Prospect of a World without Race Conflict"
"Plans for World Peace"
A Science of Society
Introduction
"Racial Identification and Preference in Negro Children
"The Culture of Poverty Approach to Social Problems"
"Toward a Definition of Black Social Science"
"Tomorrow's Tomorrow: The Black Woman"
"Oppression and Power: The Unique Status of the Black Woman in the American Political System"
"Competitive Race Relations and the Proliferation of Racial Protests: 1940-1970"