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96th Annual Convention 2011-Oct-04 to 2011-Oct-10
"Cantors, Caregivers, Convalescence, and Conscriptions: African American Philanthropy and Service in Confederate Hospitals."
"Du Bois: Describing and Inspiring Post-Civil War African Americans"
McFarlane II, Arthur.
"I Don't Believe in Gradualism": Rosa Parks and the Black Power Movement in Detroit
"It's All in the Representation": Analyzing the Photographic Images of Black Civil War Soldiers
"Making Hell for a Country": Ideas about Race War and Extermination During the Civil War and Post Civil War Era
"Persistence of Civil War Era Myths about Black Inferiority Advanced by Southern Physicians"
Drew Jarvis, Charlene.
"Reinventing" or Rescripting?: Interrogating Manning Marable's Biography of Malcolm X
"The Cost of Freedom is Less Than The Price of Repression:" W.E.B. Du Bois on John Brown and Black Reconstruction.
"The Law is Finally With Us": Black Northerners and the Legal Challenge to Segregated Leisure During Reconstruction
"The Very Heart of the Race Problem": African American Children, Gender, and Race Uplift
"There are Women here Who are not Afraid to Die”: Gender, Migration and Leadership in Boston, 1910-1925
de Chantal, Julie.
"To Be Planned With--Not For": Black Power Organizing in Rochester, NY
"To the Liberation of Oppressed Black People": A Black Activist Social History Commentary on Manning Marable's How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America
"' . . . A Perfect Terror to the Rebel Community:' African American Sailors in the Potomac Flotilla”
Davidson Jr, Roger.
"'Brother, Religion is a Good Thing in Time of War": The Theology of U.S. Colored Troops
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A Beast or a Teddy Bear?: Bob Sapps and Bad-Ass Black Representation
A Black Professor in New Jersey Reflects: My Strategies for Reaching White Students
A Case of ‘Framing’ a Colored Woman to Deny Her Employment with the Federal Government
A Dream Deferred: Benjamin E. Mays and the Struggle for School Desegregation
A Fair and Open Field: The Responses of Black New Yorkers to the Draft Riots
A Feminine Response to Vice: Women and Chicago’s Policy Racket
A Glimmer of Hope: Emancipation Day Celebrations in Raleigh, North Carolina, 1870-1898
A Manifest Anomaly: Blacks, Jews, and the Trials of the First African American Lawyer
A McDonalds that Reflects the Soul of a People: Hough Area Development Corporation and Community Development in Cleveland,Ohio
A Mind to Work: A Discussion of Charlotte Forten Grimke's Anti - Slavery Efforts Revealed in Her Journals
A Movement Veteran Teaches Civil Rights at a Historically Black College
A New and Quaint Species of Literature: White Interpretations of Black Music in the Civil War
A Triad of Commitment: African American Women in the District of Columbia during the Civil War
Abolitionist Plays by William Wells Brown
Accomplishments of African Americans Before and After the Civil War
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Barnabas Root and Thomas Tucker: Amistad Africans in the Post Civil War South
Bearing Lincoln's Burden: The Republican Party and the Civil RIghts Act of 1964
Bearing the Burden: African American Officers in the Philippine-American War, 1899-1903
Before Black Athens: Black Education in Antebellum Nashville
Behold the Shackles Fall: Using Manumission and Emancipation Documents to Research the Lives of African Americans in the Nation's Capital
Beloved, Love Your Flesh: A Journey of Communal Healing for African-American Women After The Civil War
Black Arts Southwest: The Black Arts Movement in Texas
Black Chaplains and the Civil War
Black Composers of Operas on Slavery
Black Cultural Entrepreneurs and White Ownership of Black Culture
Black History in Madison County Kentucky
Black New Yorkers, the Draft Riots, and the U.S. Civil War
Black Public History, Memorializing the Civil War, and the Politics of Space In Baltimore
Black Religious Thoughts among Black Chaplains during the Civil War
Black and Blue: Toward A History of Police Brutality, 1940-1949
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Carter G. Woodson and Early African-American Drama: Using the Stage to Teach African-American History
Catching Babies/Catching Hell: Black Midwives in Slavery and Freedom
Celebrating the Emancipation: Bishop Henry McNeal Turner's Reflection on the Emancipation
Children States and Southern Snakes: Abraham Lincoln's Metaphoric Rhetoric of 1860
Christian Abraham Fleetwood: The Man, the Soldier
Hall, Allen James.
Cincinnati Black Brigade
Civic Domestic Dispute: Kinship Care and Institutional Child Welfare at the State Industrial Home for Negro Girls at Tipton, Missouri, 1930s
Colonial South Carolina's Influence on The American Constitution: How Colonial Law Influenced America
Tidwell, III, Wylie.
Community Couturieres Revisited: African American Women and Expressions of Post-Civil War Corporeal Power
Comparing Our Freedoms: Emancipation in Canada and the United States
Elgersman Lee, Maureen.
Composing an Empowered Harriet Tubman, for an Empowered Audience
Contributions of The Contraband: Building Community Institutions Post Civil War
Courier or Spy: The Rise of Slave Body Servant Giles Beecher Jackson to Colonel and Attorney at Law
Creating Access and Opportunity during Massive Resistance: The Legacy of Howard W. Allen at the University of Virginia, 1973-1981
Crossing the Water: African American Linkages with South Africa 1880-1980
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Dance Africa: The Prominent Role of Africanisms in a Black Middle Class Music Scene in Atlanta, Georgia
Dancing the Grit and Glitter, Through the Humanizing Lens of James Haskins: An Analysis of Black Body Image and Implications for Black Youth
Dear Editor: The War Correspondence of Chaplain Henry McNeal Turner
Defying Slave Codes: Literacy for Georgia’s African Americans
PAYNE, Ph.D., CORDELIA.
Destroying Structures, Building Communities: The Relationship between Black Power, Urban Rebellions, and Black Institution Building
Divine Providence: The Legacy of Rachel Parker, 1850-1865
Double-Stitched Narratives: Analyzing the 1863-1865 Pocket Diaries of Emilie F. Davis
Wise Whitehead, Kaye.
Dreams of America: Afro-German Narratives and the Search for Home
Du Bois, Fortune and Ida B. Wells: Revolutionary Environmental Leaders of the Nineteenth Century
Easter Weekend, April 4, 1968: The Chicago's Uprising
Emancipation Without Compensation: From Federal Land Allocation Efforts to Petitioning for Ex-Slave Pensions
Emancipation's Impact on African-American Education in Norfolk, Virginia, 1862–1880
Envisioning the Georgia Militia in the Post Civil War World
Examining Women & Slave Mutinies, 1740-1840
F Stands for Freedom: Efforts in Liberation through Education Across The African Diaspora
FIGHTing for the Soul of Black Capitalism: The Black Freedom Struggle in Rochester, NY 1965-1975
Fair Play for William Worthy: Cuba, Human Rights, and Worthy v. United States
Lovelace, H. Timothy.
Fannie Barrier Williams: The Progressive Movement and the Nadir of American Race Relations
Fatherland: Addressing the Black Experience in Germany from the Rhineland Occupation to Nazism
Feebled Misfits and Promiscuous Asexuals”: Exploring Different Communities’ Responses to Black Sterilization Victims
Fighting a "White Man's War": Blacks and the Civil War in Maryland
Fighting for Freedom in The Cradle of Liberty: The Civil Rights Movement in Boston, 1934-1968
First Martyr of Liberty? Crispus Attucks in American Memory
Force & Freedom: Black Abolitionists and the Politics of Violence, 1850-1861
Carter Jackson, Kellie.
Forgotten Black Soldiers Who Served in White Regiments During the Civil War
Four Years Too Early and Sixty Years Too Late: Remembering (and Forgetting) Harry T. Moore
Fred Hampton to Barack Obama: The Illinois Black Panther Party, the Original Rainbow Coalition, and Racial Coalition Politics in Chicago
Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln on Black Equity in the Civil War: A Historical-Rhetorical Study
Sturdevant, Katherine. and Collins, Stephen.
Frederick Douglass' Hopes for African American Agency through the Enlistment of Black Regiments during the Civil War
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Gabriel and the 1800 Conspiracy in Fiction, History, and Memory
General Sherman’s March from Atlanta to the Sea and the Emergence of the Independent Black Church Movement
Whelchel, L. H..
Georgia Geechees and Gullahs During the Civil War Era: The Case of the Morgan-Frazier Family Clan
Cromartie, J. Vern.
Governor Rufus Brown Bullock and Georgia Convict Leasing, 1868-1871
Habitats of Liberty: Maroonage in Eastern North Carolina and Virginia, 1763-1863
Heritage of Hate: A History of Flag Modification, Confederate Symbols, and Resistance to African American Equality in the South
Reed, Wornie. and Byrd, W..
Hollis F. Price and Student Protest, 1958-1968
Hollywood’s Misrepresentation of Black History: Choosing White Redemption Over Historical Accuracy
How Life for Black Yankees in New England Changed During the Civil War era.
How Peaceful Protest Ends in Bloodshed: The History of Student Activism at Southern University in Baton Rouge in the 1960s and 70's
Hubert Harrison on Abraham Lincoln, reconstruction, and Enslaved Black Laborers
Ida B. Wells: How Post-Civil War Atrocities Transformed Her Hope into Activism
Ideologies That Led to the Civil War: British Influence on the Development of American Abolitionist Movement
In Spite of Citizenship: John W. Lindsay Balancing the American-Canadian Border, 1830-1876.
In the Beginning was the Word: Black Women and Literacy in Pre-Revolutionary New England
In the Interest of Others: A Critical Analysis of the Emancipation Proclamation
Indiana's United States Colored Regiment (“USCT”)
Intervening Contraband and Free Men: African Americans, the Potomac Flotilla, and Emancipation Drama in the Civil War's Chesapeake Arena
Davidson Jr, Roger.
It is among These: Race, Gender, and Black Insurance in the New South, 1890s-1930s
Jim Crow in Michigan’s Big House and the Exclusion of Black Performance
Jim Haskins and the Challenges of Preserving Black Culture
John Buchanan's Maryland: Prelude to Dred Scott Decision
John De Conqueror, Brer Rabbit and the Civil War
John Mercer Langston: Warrior Hero in the Struggle for Black Liberty
Julia A. J. Foote and the Wandering Chorus: Nineteenth-Century African American Autobiography as Hymn/Book
Leading from Behind: African Americans in the Civil War
Learning from Drake at Stanford: (Re)Mapping Diasporic Connections in the U.S., U.K. and Circum-Caribbean
Legalizing African American Male Suffrage in Wisconsin
Loyalty and Property: African American Emancipation and the Politics of Loyalty in Civil War Missouri
Made of Honor: African American Military Apparel in the Reginald F. Lewis Museum’s Collection
Batipps, Christina. and Wilkinson, Michelle Joan.
Managing African American Collections Database on a Shoestring Budget
Mary Ann Shadd: Her Words were her Weapons
Material Gains: Bridging Art and History in the 'Material Girls' Exhibition”
Wilkinson, Michelle Joan.
Melvin Jackson Chisum: The African American Duke of Warwick
Metacognition in the Classroom: Teaching Students How to Learn Africana Studies in the 21 Century
Mike Tyson's 1992 Trial Revisited: Rape Attribution for African-American Students
Mandela, I. Blaze.
More Than a Debate Over Tactics: Marjorie McKenzie’s Challenge to the NAACP Litigation Campaign, 1951-1952
Negation and Construction of Education in the New Social Order
Never Answered, Only Endured: The Black Family after the Civil War
Obeah, Resistance and the Question of Gender in the Caribbean
Observations on Civil War Secession and Medical Discourse Using the Case of Typhoid Fever in Medical Diagnostics
Our Collective Memory of Emmett Till
Performing Modernity: Trans-Atlantic Black Vaudeville Women Performers and Racial Uplift 1920-1930
Pioneer African Americans in the State Legislatures of Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky
Playing Eastern, Enacting Afro-Orientalism: The Hampton Singers and William Bradbury’s Esther, the Beautiful Queen
Points of Conflict, Points of Growth: Reforming White Identities Through History Lectures and Discussion
Protecting the Legacy, Library Leadership through Cooperation: Preserving the Story of the HBCU Library Alliance
Proud Heritage - Elements of Contraband History
Publishing Fashion, Fashioning the Motherland: Africa, African American Style, and Neo-Racial Uplift in Print
Race, Gender, and Class: In the Aftermath of the Great Okeechobee Hurricane and Flood in Florida, 16-17 September 1928
Race, Slavery, Diamonds, and Education: The Silas Omohundro Family of Richmond, Virginia
Racial Violence in New York State, 1860-63
Re-Framing the Storm: Documentary Film and the Legacy of Hurricane Katrina
Redefining America’s Peculiar Institution: Whether Africans and Their Descendants Were in Slavery or Bondage in America
Reflections of A Country: Frederick Douglass' Washingtonian Reflections on Unfulfilled National Promises
Reflections of African Spirituality
Repositioning Memory: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Hampton Roads, Virginia
Representations of Black Women in Museum Exhibits and The Dissemination of Gendered Knowledge
Resistance and Rebellion: Black Women and the Quest for Freedom During the Civil War
Resistance, Resilience, and Challenge: Pioneering Careers of African American Federal Government Executives
Rev. Samuel Harrison and the Equal Pay Issue for African American Soldiers in the Civil War
Robert Smalls and the Planter: The Voyage to Discovery Initiative
Rochester New York: A Transnational Community for Blacks Prior to the Civil War
Roots and Routes of the African Diaspora: St. Clair Drake, The Childhood Years
Saving Our “Religious” Treasures: A Presentation and Discussion on Preserving Religious Artifacts in the African-American Church
Saving Private Trip: U.S. Cinema & the Racial Politics of Incorporation
School Desegregation in Rochester
Searching for Africanisms in the Ante-Bellum Period on Maryland's Eastern Shore
Searching for Black Confederates in History and Memory: The Case of Silas Chandler
Secrets, Spies and Sacrifice: The Black Experience in Toronto During the Civil War
Singing Freedom on the Operatic Stage: Women, Gender, and Resistance in Recent American Opera
Singing Over John Brown's Body: Remaking Masculinity through Civil War Music
Slave Dwellings: Collaborative Efforts for Historic Preservation
Lane, Cheryl. and McGill, Jr., Joseph.
Slave Impressment in Confederate North Carolina
Slave Resistance in Eastern North Carolina During the Civil War
Slaying the Lion of Prejudice: The Speeches of Maggie L. Walker
Smoldering Memories and Burning Questions: The Politics of Remembering Sally Bassett and Slavery in the British Colony Bermuda
Social Justice Education During the Reconstruction Era: A Historically Black College and University Model
Soldiering, Citizenship, and Partisanship: Black Military Service and Postwar Political Participation in Wilmington, North Carolina, 1865-1877
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Tales from a White Professor at a Racially Mixed School: My Strategies for Reaching Black Students
Tales from an Occupied City: The Civil War in Norfolk, Virginia
Teaching Beyond Literacy: Women Educators' Contributions to the Post-Civil War South
Tell Them We Are Rising: The African-American Educational Experience in the Richmond Area from 1865-1900
The Accomplishments of African American Men During the Civil War
The African American Community in Washington, D.C. Before, During and After the Civil War: Was It Always a Chocolate City?
The Attica Prison Rebellion and the Black Freedom Struggle: Forty Years Later
The Battle of the Crater: The Role of Black Troops in the Petersburg & Richmond Campaign
The Black Campus Movement and the Racial Reconstitution of Higher Education, 1965-1972
The Black Male Crisis: Exploration of the Relationship Between Educational Attainment and the Imprisonment of Black Men.
The Black Phalanx and the Making of a Civil War Era Black Public Historian
The Black Woman and The Civil War: What Roles Did She Play?
Browne-Marshall, Gloria J..
The Cameroons in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, 1767-1837: A Re-examination.
The Civil War and Its Musical Legacy
Mills, Charlotte. and Bolden-Taylor, Diane.
The Civil War in the Memory of African Americans
Jackson II, Ronald.
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Unmasking Reinvention: Manning Marable's Malcolm
Victorian Women of Color and the Family Photo Album: Documenting Race, Gender, and Interracial Relationships in 19th Century Memphis
Visualizing Cultural Politics: Atlanta’s Neighborhood Arts Center (1975-1990)
Tate, R. Candy.
Visualizing the Blue, Gray, and Black: Illustrating African American Participation in the Civil War
War, Emancipation, Misgenation Phobias, and Colonization Solutions, and Emancipation in New Jersey's 1860 & 1864 Presidential Elections
Washington, D.C.: From the Founding of a Slaveholding Capital to a Center of Abolitionism
Wearing Art, Wearing History: Case Studies in Black Women’s Self-Fashioning
What Did the Fifteenth Amendment Mean to African Americans?: African American Politics in Southern Maryland during Reconstruction and Beyond
Widows of the Ft. Pillow, TN Massacre
William Washington Browne; Runaway Slave, Union Soldier, True Reformer.
Within These Walls: Contraband Hospital and the African Americans Who Served There
Wives, Mothers, Teachers, and Missionaries: A Northern View of the Civil War and Its Aftermath
Written: In Blood and Sweat; Not Just Black and White: The Struggle for Knowledge by Sable Troops in Arkansas During the Civil War
Nichols, Ronnie. and Washington, Reginald.
96th Annual Convention 2011-Oct-04 to 2011-Oct-10
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