The newest religious sect has started in los angeles



Download 29,23 Kb.
Date conversion30.01.2017
Size29,23 Kb.
The Journal of African American History

Volume 95, No. 1 Winter 2010

Contents

“THE NEWEST RELIGIOUS SECT HAS STARTED IN LOS ANGELES”: RACE, CLASS, ETHNICITY, AND THE ORIGINS OF THE PENTECOSTAL MOVEMENT, 1906 – 1913



Marne L. Campbell 1

BLACK VIGILANTISM: THE RISE AND DECLINE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN LYNCH MOB ACTIVITY IN THE MISSISSIPPI AND ARKANSAS DELTAS, 1882-1923


Karlos K. Hill 26
“DETROIT WAS HEAVY”: MODERN JAZZ, BEBOP, AND AFRICAN AMERICAN

EXPRESSIVE CULTURE



Anthony Macías 44
EVOLVING CONCEPTIONS OF PAN-AFRICAN SCHOLARSHIP: W.E.B. DU BOIS, CARTER G. WOODSON, AND THE “ENCYCLOPEDIA AFRICANA,” 1909-1963

Jonathan Fenderson 71

ESSAY REVIEW

AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS MISCONSTRUED

Donna Jordan-Taylor 92

BOOK REVIEWS

T. Stephen Whitman, CHALLENGING SLAVERY IN THE CHESEPEAKE: BLACK AND WHITE RESISTANCE TO HUMAN BONDAGE, 1775-1865

Hillary Moss 101
Vanessa D. Dickerson, DARK VICTORIANS

Geta LeSeur 103
Lawrence A.Q. Burnley, THE COST OF UNITY: AFRICAN-AMERICAN AGENCY AND EDUCATION IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 1865-1914

Jeffrey Aaron Snyder 106
Ramla M. Bandele, BLACK STAR: AFRICAN AMERICAN ACTIVISM IN THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

J. D. Jackson 108
Nancy Goldstein, JACKIE ORMES: THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN CARTOONIST

A. Lynn Bolles 110
Gerald Horne, THE END OF EMPIRES: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND INDIA

Murali Balaji 112
Derek Charles Catsam, FREEDOM’S MAIN LINE: THE JOURNEY OF RECONCILIATION AND THE FREEDOM RIDES

John H. Barnhill 115
David M. Battles, THE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LIBRARY ACCESS FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE SOUTH OR, LEAVING BEHIND THE PLOW

Kathryn L. Green 117
Chris Meyers Asch, THE SENATOR AND THE SHARECROPPER: THE FREEDOM STRUGGLES OF JAMES O. EASTLAND AND FANNIE LOU HAMMER

Emilye Crosby 118
Anne M. Valk, RADICAL SISTERS: SECOND-WAVE FEMINISM AND BLACK LIBERATION IN WASHINGTON

Linda A. Causey 121
Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas, DEEPER SHADES OF PURPLE: WOMANISM IN RELIGION AND SOCIETY

Gayle T. Tate 123
Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., IN A SHADE OF BLUE: PRAGMATISM AND THE POLITICS OF BLACK AMERICA

Stephanie A. Wilms 126
Maisha T. Fisher, BLACK LITERATE LIVES: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES

Lauren Wells 128
Christopher B. Strain, BURNING FAITH: CHURCH ARSON IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH

Barclay Key 130
Derek S. Hyra, THE NEW URBAN RENEWAL: THE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF HARLEM AND BRONZEVILLE

Gokhan Savas 132

ANNOUNCEMENTS


BOOKS RECEIVED—2009 135
CARTER G. WOODSON DISTINGUISHED LECTURESHIPS, 2009-2010 141
Volume 95, No. 2 Spring 2010

Special Issue
Explorations within the African Diaspora”


Contents
INTRODUCTION: EXPLORATIONS WITHIN THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

V. P. Franklin 151
RICE, RESISTANCE, AND FORCED TRANSATLANTIC COMMUNITIES: (RE)ENVISIONING THE AFRICAN DIASPORA IN THE LOW COUNTRY GEORGIA,

1750-1800



Karen B. Bell 157
THE LONGUE DURÉE OF AFRICANS IN MEXICO: THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF RACIALIZATION, ACCULTURATION, AND AFRO-MEXICAN SUBJECTIVITY

Irene A. Vasquez 183
THE VIRGEN IN THE MIRROR: READING IMAGES OF A BLACK MADONNA THROUGH THE LENS OF AFRO-CUBAN WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES

Elizabeth Perez 202
ORGANIZING WITHIN THE AFRICAN DIASPORA: CLAUDE H. A. DENBOW,

HOWARD UNIVERSITY, AND THE LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES



Barbara P. Josiah 229
ESSAY REVIEW

LYNCHING AND MOB VIOLENCE: CHALLENGING THE DOMINANT NARRATIVES



Ashley M. Howard 248

BOOK REVIEWS

Patricia Causey Nichols, VOICES OF OUR ANCESTORS: LANGUAGE CONTACT IN EARLY SOUTH CAROLINA

Christopher Daniels 257
Randolph Scully, RELIGION AND THE MAKING OF NAT TURNER’S VIRGINIA: BAPTIST COMMUNITY AND CONFLICT, 1740-1840

Quenton L. Keatts 259
Milton C. Sernett, HARRIET TUBMAN: MYTH, MEMORY, AND HISTORY

Margaret Washington 260
Shirley Elizabeth Thompson, EXILES AT HOME: THE STRUGGLE TO BECOME AMERICAN IN CREOLE NEW ORLEANS

Andrew Bond 262
Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, eds. HARLEM RENAISSANCE LIVES FROM THE AFRICAN AMERICAN NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY

A’Lelia Bundles 264
Thomas Dyja, WALTER WHITE: THE DILEMMA OF BLACK IDENTITY IN AMERICA

Bala Baptiste 267
Sondra Gordy, FINDING THE LOST YEAR: WHAT HAPPENED WHEN LITTLE ROCK CLOSED ITS PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Gail L. Thompson 269
Troy Jackson, BECOMING KING: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR AND THE MAKING OF A NATIONAL LEADER

Jonathan Walton 271
Jonathan Rieder, THE WORD OF THE LORD IS UPON ME: THE RIGHTEOUS PERFORMANCE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

Brian Purnell 273
Frederick Douglass Opie, HOG AND HOMINY: SOUL FOOD FROM AFRICA TO AMERICA

Helen Zoe Veit 275
Melanye T. Price, DREAMING BLACKNESS: BLACK NATIONALISM AND AFRICAN AMERICAN PUBLIC OPINION

Carole Lynn Stewart 278
Robert H. Bates, WHEN THINGS FELL APART: STATE FAILURE IN LATE-CENTURY AFRICA

Mary Dillard 280
Dambisa Moyo, DEAD AID: WHY AID IS NOT WORKING AND HOW THERE IS A BETTER WAY FOR AFRICA

Beverly Grier 282
Jessica Adams, WOUNDS OF RETURNING: RACE, MEMORY, AND PROPERTY ON THE POSTSLAVERY PLANTATION

Andrea A. Burns 285
Peggy Pascoe, WHAT COMES NATURALLY: MISCEGENATION LAW AND THE MAKING OF RACE IN AMERICA

Ann S. Holder 287

ANNOUNCEMENTS 290



Volume 95, No. 3-4 Summer-Fall 2010

Special Issue
To Be Heard in Black and White:
Historical Perspectives on Black Print Culture”

Contents

INTRODUCTION: TO BE HEARD IN BLACK AND WHITE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON BLACK PRINT CULTURE



V. P. Franklin 291
VACCINATING FREEDOM: SMALLPOX PREVENTION AND THE DISCOURSES

OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP IN ANTEBELLUM PHILDELPHIA



Dayle B. DeLancey 296
JOEL AUGUSTUS ROGERS: BLACK INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM, ARCHIVAL RESEARCH, AND BLACK PRINT CULTURE

Thabiti Asukili 322
“I WANT TO BECOME A PART OF HISTORY”: FREEDOM SUMMER, FREEDOM SCHOOLS, AND THE FREEDOM NEWS

William Sturkey 348
“BLACK WORLD VIEW”: THE INSTITUTE OF THE BLACK WORLD’S PROMOTION OF PRAGMATIC NATIONALISM, 1969-1974

Derrick E. White 369
“WE ARE ALL PRISONERS”: PRIVILEGING PRISON VOICES IN BLACK PRINT CULTURE

Maisha T. Winn 392
ESSAY REVIEWS

LITERACY, RHETORIC, AND 19TH CENTURY BLACK PRINT CULTURE



Jacqueline Bacon 417
AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN HISTORIANS TELL THEIR STORIES

Linda M. Perkins 424

BOOK REVIEWS

Frances Smith Foster, ed. LOVE AND MARRIAGE IN EARLY AFRICAN AMERICA

Thavolia Glymph 431
Christine Levecq, SLAVERY AND SENTIMENT: THE POLITICS OF FEELING IN BLACK ATLANTIC ANTISLAVERY WRITING, 1770-1850

Sergio Lussana 433
Maurice Jackson, LET THIS VOICE BE HEARD: ANTHONY BENEZET, FATHER OF ATLANTIC ABOLITIONISM

Marcus P. Nevius 435
Peter Blanchard, UNDER THE FLAGS OF FREEDOM: SLAVE SOLDIERS AND THE WARS OF INDEPENDENCE IN SPANISH SOUTH AMERICA

Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie 437
Barbara Brooks Tomblin, BLUEJACKETS AND CONTRABANDS: AFRICAN AMERICANS THE UNION NAVY

Steven J. Ramold 440
Gunja SenGupta, FROM SLAVERY TO POVERTY: THE RACIAL ORIGINS OF WELFARE IN NEW YORK, 1840-1918

James H. Adams 442
Joe M. Richardson and Maxine D. Jones, EDUCATION FOR LIBERATION: THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY AND AFRICAN AMERICANS, 1890 TO THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

Courtney Lyons 444
Samuel Kelton Roberts Jr., INFECTIOUS FEAR: POLITICS, DISEASE, AND THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF SEGREGATION

Julie Sze 446
Susan D. Pennybacker, FROM SCOTTSBORO TO MUNICH: RACE AND POLITICAL CULTURE IN 1930s BRITAIN

Charles H. Ford 449
Andrew J. Diamond, MEAN STREETS: CHICAGO YOUTHS AND THE EVERYDAY STRUGGLE FOR EMPOWERMENT IN THE MULTIRACIAL CITY, 1908-1969

Joan Marshall Wesley 451
Lisa Levenstein, A MOVEMENT WITHOUT MARCHES: AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN AND THE POLITICS OF POVERTY IN POSTWAR PHILADELPHIA

Françoise N. Hamlin 453
Lorna Rivera, LABORING TO LEARN: WOMEN’S LITERACY AND POVERTY IN THE POST-WELFARE ERA

Elizabeth Bridges 456
Jeffrey E. Anderson, VOODOO, HOODOO, AND CONJURE: A HANDBOOK

David Childs 457
Michael Nash, ISLAM AMONG URBAN BLACKS: MUSLIMS IN NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, A SOCIAL HISTORY

Jamie J. Wilson 460
Mary E. McGann, ed., LET IT SHINE! THE EMERGENCE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CATHOLIC WORSHIP

Uche Egemonye 462
Wendell E. Pritchett, ROBERT CLIFTON WEAVER AND THE AMERICAN CITY: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF AN URBAN REFORMER

Zebulon Vance Miletsky 465
Alton Hornsby, Jr., BLACK POWER IN DIXIE: A POLITICAL HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN ATLANTA

Christopher M. Tinson 467
David C. Ogden and Joel Nathan Rosen, eds., RECONSTRUCTING FAME: SPORT, RACE, AND EVOLVING REPUTATIONS

Robert Anthony Bennett III 469
David R. Roediger, HOW RACE SURVIVED IN U. S. HISTORY: FROM SETTLEMENT AND SLAVERY TO THE OBAMA PHENOMENON

Gerald Horne 471
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, SOMETHING TORN AND NEW: AN AFRICAN RENAISSANCE

Babacar M’Baye 473

ANNOUNCEMENTS 476


INDEX TO VOLUME 95 479


The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2016
send message

    Main page