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97th Annual Convention 2012-Sep-26 to 2012-Sep-30
"A Gift from God": The Life of A.M.E. Logan
"A brown girl's heart to hear it" Pauli Murray and the Tradition of Great African American Women Thinkers from North Carolina
"Afro-American Women in Banking, Maggie Lena Walker, Where Do We Go From Here!!"
"Black Girls and Hip Hop's Mixed Messages on the Body and Politics"
"By Merit and Culture, We Strive and We Do": Black Women at the University of Illinois, 1900-1930
"From Civil Rights Activism to Hip Hop Culture: Linkages and Connections"
"Hip Hop Transformations: The Story of CARMEN"
Seniors, Paula Marie.
"Hip Hop in African American and World History"
"History writ about her privates": Reading Bodily Scars as Historical Record in Dessa Rose
"I Carry the Eyes of Ida B. Wells": Young Black Women Who Write/Right the World
"In No Way Associated with Persons of Strong Character": John W. Hamilton, the National Urban League and the Politics of Sexual Indecency
"It was the women that did the work": African American Women in the March on Washington Movement
"John Brown Kiss"
"Marion B. Jordon and the Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) NAACP, 1952-1958"
"No More Encomiums”: The Poetics of Love and Liberation in Cheryl Clarke’s Living as a Lesbian
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A Claim of My Own: African American Female Landowners in the Post-bellum South
A Conversation between W.E.B. Du Bois and Martin Luther King, Jr. on Civil Rights
A Historical Journey: The Discovery, Alterations, and Transformations of Black Chicago’ s Self Identity
A Literary Interpretation of the Lynching of Emmett Till through the Eyes of Mamie Carthan
A Look at the First lady Michelle Obama in the White House
A Monument to Stewardship: The Museum in Memory of Virginia E. Randolph
A Portrait of Ida B. Wells-Barnett Based on James Davidson’s "They Say: Ida B. Wells and the Reconstruction of Race"
A Radical Reconstruction of Resistance Strategies: Black Girls and Black Women Reclaiming Our Power
A View Inside Our Mothers' Gardens
Abortion Wars or Reproductive Surveillance? Investigating Black Women’s Intersectional Attack in Contemporary Anti-Abortion Campaigns
African American Art in the Savannah Area
African American Education Goddesses
African American Female Labor and New York City's Informal Economy
African American Student Mathematics Identify
African American Women in History and Culture: An Archival View
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Backbone, Wishbone, and Jawbone Situational Cues
Spain, Michelle. and Cox, Marcella.
Backbones, Wishbones, and Jawbones, Oh What They Can Speak to Us Now: Historical Remnants of Club Women's Work
Barbara Johns Powell: A Woman of Courage and Conviction in Virginia Civil Rights History
Beauty and the Black Student Revolt: Black Student Activism and the Politics of Campus “Beauty” Spaces
Behind the Seams: Elizabeth Keckly's Interwoven Stitches Across Race and Class in Black Washington
Being Black and a Woman Didn’t Stop Me! Dr. Florence Crim Robinson (1932-2008)
Between Women: Sarah Allen, Jarena Lee and the Women of Mother Bethel Church, 1790-1840
Beyond Black: Pearl Bailey and the Politics of Racial Transcendence
Beyond Queen Nanny: (En)gendering Maroon History
Beyond the Crusade: (Re)Discovering Ida and the Value of Leadership
Beyond the Medical Ghetto: Black Women’s Health Activism and Anti-Poverty Health Care Programs, 1960s-1970s
Beyond the Rabble: Manifesting Gender in the 1960s Urban Revolts
Black British Feminist Press: Contesting Citizenship Under Neo-liberalism
Black Chicagoans Views of School Desegregation
Black Clubwomen, African-American History and Memory, 1895-1994
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Camille Cosby and Black Agency in the Media
Celebrating the Lesser-Known (More Obscure and Invisible) Black Women in U.S. History
Cinematic Specularity: Slavery, Gynecology, Technology and the Black Female Body in Creating Cinema's Spectatorial Tradition
Cissy Houston's Musical Journey: Gospel, Soul, Pop, and Whitney
Colonial South Carolina, Slavery, and the US Constitution
Tidwell, III, Wylie.
Communication Barriers and their Ethical Implications Among Black Women Presidents of HBCUs
Contemporary Racism and Intersections: A Look at How Black American Women Experience Race, Class and Gender in a "Post-Racial" Society
Converted, Sanctified, and Called to Preach: Elizabeth - Nineteenth-Century Black Holy Woman
Corporate Media Bears Strange Fruit
Cox, Esq, Mary.
Crazy New Quilts of Black Motherhood in Black Authored Young Adult Novels
D.C. En Pointe: Training Black Ballerinas in the District of Columbia
Daisy E. Lampkin (1883-1965): 20th Century Shero of the NAACP
Mason III, Major.
Dating Jesus: A Womanist Approach to Single Black Women in Search of Romantic Love in the Absence of Black Men
Degrees of Blackness: Real Housewives of Atlanta Tour Africa
Delores Brown and Raven Wilkinson: Moving Black Ballerinas from the Edge to Center Stage
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.: A Sisterhood’s Century-Long Commitment to Social Action (1913 – 2013)
Developing Computational Fluency in the African American Community
Developing a Public History Resource at an HBCU: The Case of Savannah State University
Diary Frum de Neck Gullah/Geechee Matriarch Prayed Fuh Me
Towne, Elder Carlie.
Dignity in Life and Death: Undertaker Clarie Collins Harvey and Civil Rights Activism in Mississippi and Beyond
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Eloise Greenfield: Bringing The Gift of Reading To Children
Enabling Education in the Post-Emancipation South: Black Women Educators and Children with Special Needs
Envisioning and Enacting Moral Reform in African American Women's Nineteenth Century Friendship Albums
FIlm: StarbyStar: Naomi Long Madgett, Poet and Publisher
Family Recollections: "Our Aunt Edna"
Female Saints, Nationalism, and Everyday Performances in Early 18th Century Kongo
Female Spiritual Leadership and Near Sainthood: a Case Study of Henriette Delillie of New Orleans and the Establishment of an All African American “Sisterhood” Order
Female Voices of Briggs v. Elliott: The Unsung Champions of School Desegregation in Clarendon County, South Carolina 1947-1960
Fierce Communion: African American Women, Chastity,
File if You Have To: Make America Work for You
Find a Way or Make One: The Story of Pioneering Educator, Virginia Estelle Randolph (1870-1958)
First Seed: Alice Jackson’s 1935 Attempt to Desegregate the University of Virginia
Jordan, Jr., Ervin.
Fissures in the Fabric of Black-Indian Relations
Fitting the First Ladies: Black Female Fashion Designers in the White House
Brumfield, Elizabeth. and Sato, Chieko.
For Our Daughters: Teaching and Learning the Life and Work of Africana Women
Framing a Blaxicana Identity in an all Black Midwestern Town 1955-1960
Free Women of Color, Inheritance, and Property in Late Eighteenth-Century New Orleans
From Blackface to Beulah: Subtle Subversion in Early Black Sitcoms
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Gender Dynamics in the Sanctified Church: Exploring Female Roles, Contributions, and Limitations
Gender, Framing, and African American Social Justice Organizations: Early Findings from the Field
Gendered Mobility: Black Women and Cycling in the 1920s
George Washington Williams
Georgette Seabrooke Powell: Advocating Art on Her Own Terms
Getting a Piece of the Pie: Mary McLeod Bethune and The Negro Division of the National Youth Administration during the Great Depression
Governor Oliver Max Gardner and the Consolidation Program of 1931
Grace Baxter Fenderson (1882-1962) and the Kenney Memorial Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Newark, New Jersey
HBCU Archives and African American Archivists: Are We Equipped?
Harlem's Halfway Covenant
Harriet Tubman in South Carolina during Civil War
Harriet Tubman: A Legacy of Patriotism
Hearing Herstory: Black Churchwomen Social Activists during the Civil Rights Movement
Historical Memory as Political Strategy: Marvel Cooke’s framing of "slavery" in regards to the Bronx Slave Markets in the 1930s and 1950s
Holding It Down: An Examination of Married African American Female in the Slave Narratives
How Carter G. Woodson used Negro newspapers to popularize history, 1915-1950
Ida B. Wells and the Columbian Exposition (1898)
Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Her Classic Work on Lynching in Georgia: A Forgotten Contribution to the Study of Race and Ethnicity
Cromartie, J. Vern.
In Defense of Culture: Margaret Burroughs, Pioneer of the South Side Community Arts Center
In Her Own Words: Callie House and the Quest for Ex-Slave Pensions
In Performance in Life History
In Search of Julia: Theory, Diaspora, and Black Women's History
Incidents of Slavery: The Death Penalty and the Contemporary Relevance of the Thirteenth Amendment for Black Women
Installations: The Contributions of African American Women to the Field of Public History
Interracial Sex and the Sexual Colonization of Black and Red Bodies in Jim Crow Virginia
Interrogating Race and Representation in The Help
Invisible Men: (F)Emcee’s and the Imagined Body Politic
Is She Armed and Dangerous? Some Causes, Examples, and Consequences of Being Labeled as “An Angry Black Woman”
Islam in Low Country Georgia
It’s Much Bigger than Stokely: The Atlanta Project and the Evolution of the Black Power Movement
Jet Beauty of the Week: Black Publications and the Reconstruction of the Beauty Ideal for African American Women
Katie Geneva Cannon, Teacher and Doer of Justice
Kiamsha: Promoting Youth to Become 21st Century Activists
Kindred Spirits: African American Women Writers and Speculative Fiction
Know Something About That: Black Women's Lived Experience in the Shadow of Lynching Trees
Les Nubians: Hélène and Célia Faussart
Celia Faussart, Helene Faussart.
Lest We Forget: The Plight and Fight of Post-Reconstruction Black Women for Social Justice
Listening for Silence: Black Women, Dissemblance and Sexual Violence during the 20th Century
Living Legacies: Memory and Violence Among Women Participants in the 1966 Grenada, Ms. Desegreation
Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of a Community of Women
Locs, Liberty, and Life: The Women of the MOVE Organization
Lorraine A. Williams: Breaking New Ground in the Academy
Losing the Party of Lincoln: George Washington Lee and the Demise of Moderate Black Republicanism
Louisiana's Magnolia Flowers: Black Women Agents of Change
Maggie Walker and William Washington Browne, America's First Black Bankers
Margaret Murray Washington and her International Crusade
Marion Cuyjet: Building a Dance Community in Philadelphia
Maritcha Lyons: Brooklyn Activist and Mentor to Ida B. Wells
Marking Bodies, Making Race: Lynching and the Continual Quest for Black Humanity
Marriage and Mobility: Nancy Prince and the Geography of Containment
Martha's Vineyard: Black Women History Makers
Mary Church Terrell: Feminism and the Black Gentry during the Gilded Age, 1880-1920
Miller, M. Sammye.
Mary Talbert and the the Pan American Exposition (1901)
Maud Cuney Hare:The Woman Who Almost Became the First Mrs.W.E.B.DuBois
Memoirs of a Black female revolutionary nationalist: a theatrical performance of excerpts from the play Our Liberated Justice
Menus, Maids, and Manners: Tuskegee and the Professionalization of Domestic Work (1938 - 1940)
Merze Tate and the Fight for Gender Equity at Howard University, 1945-1977
Mississippi Baptist Church Women & the Segregated African American Community 1865 - 1965
Mobilizing for Justice: A Brief History of Black Women and the State
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NACW Presidency of Miss Hallie Quinn Brown, 1920-1924
Negotiating Revolutionary Identity in Ida B. Wells-Barnett
Negro Home Demonstration Agents in Arkansas, 1913-1965
New Digitizing Projects for Black History and Scholarship
New Directions in Activism: Women of Faith in the 21st Century
Octavia E. Butler: Writing the Black Female Body
On Writing The Grubbing Hoe, An Ethno-Journalistic Memoir: The Transformative Power of Personal History
On the Black Jac’ Millitary Cult: Cosmology, Metaphysics, and Feminist Elisions in Haytian Constitutionalism
Once Upon a Time in Scotland and Wales: A Story of Three Black Girls
Ones and Zeroes: Slave vs Enslaved: Character Development Through a Modern-Day Underground Railroad Concept
Our Day To Play: Post-Reconstruction Leisure and Amusements Among Black Women and Their Families
Our Men were Soldiers: African American Wives and Mothers of USCT Veterans
Pauli Murray House as a Site of Conscience
Pauli Murray, Jane Crow, and the Problems of the Negro Woman Intellectual
Pauline E. Hopkins: Protesting in Literary Fashion
Pauline Hopkins’s Contending Forces and the Undoing of the Tragic Mulatta Myth
Perception, Pursuit, and Possession: Doctoral Attainment for Black Women in America
Phillis Wheatley and the Rise of a Black Radical Democratic Tradition
Phillis Wheatley, the Triangular Slave(ry) Trade, and the American Revolution
Post-Emancipation Afro-Cuban Opposition to Interracial Sexuality-Community Survival or Patriarchal Oppression?
Morrison, Karen "Kym".
President Barack Obama, Race, and The Return of the Fear of Negro Rule
Problematizing the Cultural Image of the Domestic Servant: Struggle and Resistance in American Film
Branch, Enobong. and Duncan, Armanthia.
Producing Scholarship for Digital Data
Progress Report from Two Fronts: H-Afro Am and the Deployment of High Speed Broadband in Urbana/Champaign, IL
Race, Citizenship and the Constitution: A Legacy of Indivisibility
Race, Place and History: The Family Reunion and the Making of a New Black Identity
Radical Black Women on the Move: Race, Gender, Class, and The Southern Negro Youth Congress
Re-Working Roots: Black Women Writers Re-Imagine the Gullah Identity
Reading Toni Morrison Novels: What is a Black Landscape Architecture?
Reciprocal Relationships: Community Engagement and Black Women in the Black Campus Movement
McMillion, Desiree., Byndom, Samuel. and McMillion, Lexus.
Reflections on Community, Opportunity, and Changing Fairways: The Wake Robin Golf Club
Reframing Phillis Wheatley in Africa, America, and Beyond: Theatre for Transformation 's “Sister Friend” and “To Cross an Ocean Four Centuries Long”
Refusing Extinction: African American Responses to Health Care Needs in Jim Crow Greater Kansas City, 1900-1970
Researching and Interpreting Harriet Tubman: Hampton Roads Years
Resilient Bamboos: Haitian Women in Politics of the Island & the Diaspora, 20th century
Rethinking the Gendered Temporal: Black Slave Women’s Work and Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Cuba
Revealing the Grassroots in Antebellum America: African American Women Petitioners
Revisiting DuBois’ Seventh Ward and the Philadelphia Negro:
Boddie, Stephanie., Banks, Adelle. and Hillier, Amy.
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SOUL Train Chicago: NATIONALIST Beginning
Sankofa: An African American Woman's Journey Home
Sarah Harris Fayerweather and the Politics of Education, 1831-1860
Save the Trauma for Your Momma: The Effects of Transgenerational Trauma on African American Women
School and Community Transitions from Segregation to Integration in Richmond, Virginia
Sewing Identities through the Americas: Women as Oral Historians
Sharing Their Stories: A Narrative Inquiry of African American Women of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (1960-1970) and Contemporary Student Activists (2005-2012)
She Put a Hammer in My Hand
Shirley Chisolm as a Black Feminist Public Intellectual
Sissieretta Jones: A Musical Pioneer
Sisters on the Right: Black Women and the Republican Party
Levy, La TaSha.
Slaves, Plantation Women, and the Honor within Civil War Aid Society Work
So What Are You Going to Do: Joe Madison Talk Radio Activist
Social Essences of Black Chicago
Some Organized Opposition to the Lynching of Black People, and Ida B. Wells, 1892-1895
Carson, Jr., Jack.
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THE WISHBONE IS CONNECTED TO THE BACKBONE: Three Black N.E. Women Challenge Slavery
Teaching the African Diaspora: The Role of Black History Month
Terms of Engagement: Considering Enslaved Women’s perceptions of consent and agency in the midst of sexually coercive relationships
Testifying for the Revolution: A Womanist Critical Analysis of Kathleen Cleaver’s Rhetoric in the Black Panther Party
The Academic Excellence of Anna Julia Cooper
The Affective Economy of Slavery: Shame and Subjectivity in Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of A Slave Girl
The Black Revolution on Campus: Training Ground for Future Feminists
The Choreo-Politics of Katherine Dunham
The Color Line in the First Decade of the New Millennium
The Cry in the Wilderness: (Re) Claiming the Prophetic Voice of Bishop Henry McNeal Turner
The Educational Philosophy and Practice of Janie Porter Barrett at the Virginia Industrial School for Colored Girls, 1915-1940
The Firebrand, the First Lady, and the Odell Waller Case: Pauli Murray, Eleanor Roosevelt, and the Struggle for Social Justice
The Gay Man’s Plague: The Complicated Relationship between the Black Church and African American Women in the Era of AIDS.
The Gold Coast Economy of the Nineteenth Century: Transitioning To a Cash Crop System In the Era of Legitimate Commerce
The Hanging of Jim Williams: Race, Gender, and the Black Militia in South Carolina during Reconstruction
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Uncovering the Long Black Student Movement, 1919-1972
Undermining Intersectionality's Promise: Examining the Politics of Misunderstanding and Nominal Use
Understanding the complexities of race, gender, and class identities of Black Women State Legislators
Vivian Harsh and Charlemae Rollins: Transformation of Chicago's Hall Branch Library into a "People's University"
Wailing Women Past and Present: Remembering the Courage of Ida B Wells
We Are Not a Dependent Race: The Prophetic Rhetoric of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
We Must Lift as We Climb: Black Education in Cincinnati
We Ooman da de Staat an de Haat: Self-Sustained and Self-Determined
Goodwine, Queen Quet Marquetta.
Well, I'll Be a Pioneer: The Life of Lucy Diggs Slowe
West African Traditions
What’s In a Name?: Benjamin Elijah Mays and the Rise of the Black Studies Movement
Where Do I Go from Here?
Who I Am, and Who I Was"?, The Psychological Profile of an African American Women from Slavery to the Present
Who to Trust? Community Archives and African American Archivists
Why Educators Should Utilize Alice Walker’s Meridian in Narrative Medicine Training Programs
Why White Women Love The Help
Windy City Heroines: Black Women's Activism During Chicago's 1983 Mayoral Election
With Broken Pencils: African American Women Still Writing Their Stories
Amos, Sharon. and Beavers, Fern.
Womanhood, Integration, and Democracy: The National Council of Negro Women’s International Debutante Cotillion
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97th Annual Convention 2012-Sep-26 to 2012-Sep-30
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