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Title The Oxford handbook of African American citizenship, 1865-present / edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. ... [et al.].
Published New York : Oxford University Press, c2012.
Book Cover
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 Floor2  E185.6 .O95 2012    IN LIBRARY
  
Description x, 848 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents African American citizenship / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. -- The African American social experience, 1865-present -- An American conundrum: race, sociology, and the African American road to citizenship / Lawrence D. Bobo -- Race and the limits of American democracy: African Americans from the fall of reconstruction to the rise of the ghetto / Frank L. Samson -- The strange career of racial science, racial categories, and African American identity / Victor Thompson -- Race-conscious color blindness: World War II, Brown v. Board of Education, and the strange persistence of the one-drop rule / Victor Thompson -- From color caste to color blind, part I: racial attitudes in the United States during World War II, 1939-1945 / Maria Krysan -- From color caste to color blind, part II: racial attitudes during the civil rights and black power eras, 1946-1975 / Maria Krysan -- From color caste to color blind, part III: contemporary era racial attitudes, 1976-2004 / Maria Krysan -- The African American economic experience, 1865-present -- From slave to citizen: an overview of the evolution of African American economic status / Gerald Jaynes -- Reconstruction: the foundations of economic citizenship / Gerald Jaynes -- The economy and the black citizen, 1900 to World War II / Gerald Jaynes -- The expansion of economic rights since World War II / Gerald Jaynes -- Government policy and the poor / Gerald Jaynes -- African American politics, 1865-present -- African American politics and citizenship, 1865-present: an overview / Michael C. Dawson -- The black public sphere and black civil society / Michael C. Dawson -- Blacks and the racialized state / Michael C. Dawson -- War and African American citizenship, 1865-1965: the role of military service / Christopher Parker -- From civil rights movement to the present / Michael C. Dawson -- African American women: intersectionality in politics / Jamila Celestine Michener, Andrew Dilts, and Cathy J. Cohen --
African Americans and the law, 1865-present -- The United States Constitution and the struggle for African American citizenship: an overview / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- African American legal status from reconstruction law to the nadir of Jim Crow: 1865-1919 / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- African American legal status from the Harlem renaissance through World War II / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- Law from the rise of the civil rights movement to the present / Lisa Crooms-Robinson -- African Americans and education, 1865-present -- Education and the quest for African American citizenship: an overview / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- Emancipation and reconstruction: African American education, 1865-1919 / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- From the "new negro" to civil rights: African American education, 1919-1945 / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- Education from civil rights through black power: 1945-1975 / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Maria E. Hyler -- From retrenchment to renewal: African American education, 1975-present / Linda Darling-Hammond, Maria E. Hyler, and Joy Ann Williamson-Lott -- The changing psychologies of African Americans, 1865-present -- The African American psyche, 1865-present: an overview / Claude Steele and Jennifer Richeson -- Predicaments, coping, and resistance: social and personal identities among African Americans / William E. Cross, Jr. -- Contemporary black identities and personalities / William E. Cross, Jr. -- The rise and fall of race psychology in the study of African Americans / Daryl Michael Scott -- Black personality in the integrationist era / Daryl Michael Scott -- The racism of intelligence: how mental testing practices have constituted an institutionalized form of group domination / Jean-Claude Croizet.
Subject African Americans.
African Americans -- Civil rights.
Related Names Gates, Henry Louis, Jr.
ISBN 9780195188059 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0195188055 (hardcover : alk. paper)
OCLC number 605013743