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98th Annual Convention 2013-Oct-02 to 2013-Oct-07
" 'Just like a war': The Consequences of Real and Imagined Violence in Urban Rebellion"
"250,000 Followers and Counting: #MarchonWashington."
"Africanity" and Early African American Identity Politics: from late 18th through early 20th centuries
"Black Artists, Radical History and Radical Historiography, 1930-1955"
"Bold as Love": African Americans and Sixties Counterculture
"Celebrating Children and Young People and Civil Rights Activism, 1951-1965"
"Communities Must be Vigilant": The Mixed Results of Grassroots Financial Regulation through the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977
"Complex Legacies in Black and White: Planning, Community, and Identity in Winter Park"
"Elizabeth Catlett and the Reconstruction of History
"Experiment or Opportunity?: Residential Segregation and the Issues of Community in Chicago’s Maple Park Neighborhood."
"Freedom Schools: Before and After the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer"
"Fugitive Slaves as Contraband and Freedman in the Union Army and Their Accomplishments"
"He Doesn't Look a Thing Like Jesus": Beyond the Black Christ and the "Negro Church" in African American Religions
"Home: How Black and White Southerners Made the Civil Rights Movement and Changed Our Nation".
Berry, Mary Frances.
"Hope, Freedom and Change for Black Workers."
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A College Town and the African American Community: Reconciling an Institution’s Slaveholding Past
A Culturally-Syntonic Model of Identity for Women of Afrikan Ancestry
A Dream Worth Celebrating: What Commemorations of Racial Progress Miss About Freedom
McGee Jr., Michael.
A Historical Examination of Ebony Magazine Articles and Letters on Homosexuality: 1971-1979
A Mighty Experiment: British Emancipation and the Transformation of American Abolitionism
A New Beginning: George Padmore and the Pan African Federation 1934-1937
A New Birth of Freedom: Black Birth Work and Liberation Struggle
A Sleight of Hand: Unsexing Race and Raising Racial Status in Pauline Hopkins’ Fiction
A Successful Coup d’état and Massacre in Wilmington, NC
A Tale of Two Angry Old Men: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Demagoguery for a Good Cause in Historical Perspective
A Tale of Two Schools: At the Crossroads of Opportunity and Segregation
A Tripartite Inquiry: African Americans’ Pursuit of Education in Late 19th Century Memphis, and Rural West Tennessee, 1862-1897
A comparative analysis of African American civil rights goals since 1963
Ray, Louis. and Grimmett, Muriel.
A working idealism geared to the crying needs of an entire race”: Garveyism and the UNIA in the Post-War Era
African American Conjure Women: Gender, Gambling, and Bronzeville’s Dream Books
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Banned!: Sneakers, Commodification, and the Marketing of Black Masculine Rebellion
Bartow Black and the Heritage of Reconstruction
Bayard Rustin: How His Philosophy of Activism Can Serve as A Model for Preparing Our Youth for Future Movements
Between Slavery and Freedom: Child Apprenticeship in Maryland and the Freedmen's Bureau, 1863-1865
Birmingham Women and the Civil Rights Movement
Black Americans and the Pacific War: African-American Encounters with the South Pacific, 1941-45
Black Canada and the Emancipation Proclamation - the Urban Response
Black Catholics in America and the Struggle for Freedom
Black Conservatism: A Theoretical and Practical Overview of Conservative Ideology of Black Americans at the Federal, State, and Local Level
Black Culture Voiced: From the First Civilizations to Hip Hop
Black Female Slavery & Autonomy in Science Fiction: Octavia Butler's "Kindred"
Black Manhood on Display: The World War I Artwork of James VanDerZee and Jennie Welcome
Black Power Assaults the Black Newspaper: Defining Freedom in Black Print Journalism in the 1960s
Black Power Disavowed: Black Power Philosophy in SNCC’s Atlanta Project Position Papers, 1966
Black Power and the Press: National Media Confronts Black Power, 1966-1969
Greene II, Robert.
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California Dreaming: Emancipation and Freedom In the Golden State
Canada and the Emancipation Proclamation - the Rural Response
Carter Godwin Woodson's View on Negro Higher Education
Miller, M. Sammye.
Caste and Race in India and the US: Cross-currents 1820-200
Celebrate! Emancipation Proclamation Observances and Holidays
Chairs, Tables, & Musical Instruments:" Marronage in the Great Dismal Swamp during the Early National Era
Challenging Limiting Definitions: The Role of Literacy in Diasporic African Spiritual Traditions in the United States
Challenging the Cult of Domesticity: Subversion and Signifyin(g) in Chesnutt’s The Conjure Woman
Charles Diggs, Southern Africa, and the Black Power Moment
Charles Harris Wesley: Defender for Education and Freedom in Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Child's The Freedman's Book: New Reflections on Early African American Education and Origins of African American Studies
Civil Rights in New Jersey, 1910-1950
Civil Rights, Integration, Black Power and the impact on higher education and black college football in Texas during the late 1960s
Civil War, Uncivil Scenes: African American Women and the Work of Emancipation
Close to My Chest
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Dance Pioneer of the Black Chicago Renaissance
Dance as an Academic Undertaking: Building a Foundation at HBCUs
Deaf Culture and the Social Politics of Race and Black Community: An Introduction
Deafness, African American Community and Family: The Importance of Advocacy
Defiant and “Dysfunctional” Black Couples: The Letters of Plantation Owners in Lake Providence, LA 1866-1867
Defining "Whiteness": The rhetoric of race in the 20th century
Descendants of American Slaves
Diaspora as a Practice of Failure
Disseminators of Knowledge: The Black Press and Imperial Blackness in the 1920s
Holland, Johnnie Tiffany.
Dissenting Voices: Educational Perspectives in the Nation of Islam, 1960-1970
Do They Know It's Emancipation? Slaveholders and the Borderlands of Freedom (1863-1869)
Docent Training and Young People: YouthWorks Program at Great Blacks in Wax
Dr. Helen Dickens: A Pioneering Black Physician
Dr. Ralph J. Bunche: An African-American Leader in the United States Intelligence Community
Dramatizing The Movement: The Cultural and Social Platforms of the Free Southern Theater in 1963
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Easier to Stand? African American Opportunity in East Tennessee: An Environmental History of Reconstruction
Education for Freedom?: Missionary Teachers and the Cultural Reconstruction of the Freed People
Educational Topographies of Race in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana
Emancipated communities in the American South, Jamaica and Brazil, 1600-1898.
Emancipation Betrayed: Jim Crow and the Making of the Post-Civil War Southern Reich
Emancipation Proclamation Day Celebrations: Shelbyville, Indiana
Emancipation Proclamation: The World of The African American Concert Singers 1900-63
Emancipation, Citizenship, and the Politics of Black Cuban Womanhood, 1886-1900
Enslaved “Negroes on Ice”: Slavery, Satire, and Racial Identity in Mat Johnson’s Pym
FIRE!!!: The Multimedia Journal in Black Studies--A Report
Facing the Rising Sun: Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the March on Washington
Fannie Lou Hamer: Pursuing a Right to Faith, Freedom and Family
Fannin’ Flies and Tellin’ Lies: Black Runaways and American Tales of Life in British Canada Prior to the Emancipation Proclamation
Fard Muhammad in Historical Context: An Islamic Thread in the American Religious and Cultural Quilt
Fighting Abroad For Freedom: African American Women's International Activism
Fighting Jim Crow in Jacksonville through Economic Empowerment
Jackson, Jr., David.
Fighting the Good Fight: The Emancipation Experience of a "Beautiful African American Mind"
Filling in the Blanks at Cedar Hill: History Education at Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, NPS
Finding New Ways to Deconstruct and Understand Dr. King & his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”
Wise Whitehead, Kaye. and Gist, Conra.
Flonzie (Goodloe) Brown-Wright: Fighting the Good Fight
Florida Anti-Black Violence in the 1920s and 1930s
Florida: Gullah/Geechee Land Legacy
Florida's Black High School Football before Integration
Foot soldier of the UNIA-ACL: Detroit’s Caribbean-born Joseph A. Craigen, the spilt with Marcus Garvey, and the Utopian Dream (in Idlewild?
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Give Us the Ballot! Historical Struggles and Current Voter ID Laws to Block the African American Vote in the United States
Murty, Komanduri., McCamey, Jr., Jimmy. and Broughton, Timothy.
Goodwine, Queen Quet Marquetta. and Towne, Elder Carlie.
Harriet Wilson’s Our Nig: Reversing the Trope of Tragic Consumptive Mulatta
Heart of Darkness: A Postcolonial Reading of Their Eyes Were Watching God
Heaven Bound, Earthly Good: An historical analysis of race relations in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Hidden Freedom: The Emancipation before the Proclamation
I Swear By My Plain People”: Nannie Helen Burroughs and the Black Freedom Struggle
Imagining the “Real” Milwaukee and the Racial Right to the City
In Freedom's Birthplace: The Post-War Origins of Boston's Civil Rights Movement.
Innovate: Lessons from the Underground Railroad
Bennett, Dr. Syb.
Inside the 1963 Freedom Train with Sollie Mitchell
Integration in the Worplace. Equality of Opportunity, Equality of Result.
Interpreting Black Life and Diverse Community in Early Annapolis: Living History Programs at Historic London Town
Interrogating Power in ABC's Scandal
I’se G’wan Tell You’s ‘Bout Di’lect
Juneteenth, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the Paradox of Post-Racial Freedom
Kendra Field, "'No Such Thing as Stand Still': Mobility and Migration in the Transition from Slavery to Freedom"
Key West and the Slave Ships of 1860
King and Powell: The Sphinx and the Trojan Horse of African American Politics
Laboring in a Righteous Cause: Protecting Children and Families in Kansas During the Jim Crow Era
Late to the Table: The International Reception to the Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln—Pharaoh or Moses?: Henry Turner, John Rock, and Robert Smalls Re-envision the Civil War
Linkage between Education and Bondage
Brown, Serena., Douglas, LaChrista., Reittie, Misivy. and Shipman, Raina.
Living the Dream: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday in the Color-blind Era of Presidents Reagan and Bush (1986-1992)
Local People, Trial Judges, and the Conceptualization of the One-Drop Rule, 1810-1870
Love Lifted Me: Accommodation and Protest in the Civil Rights Movement in Glasgow, Kentucky
Lynching, Desegregation, and "Black Basketball" in North Carolina
Rahim, Raja., Watson, Christina., Underwood, JaMarcus. and Hubbard, Ryan.
MLK: A Tribute In Song
MLK: Hip Hop Prophet. KRS One’s Deconstruction of “I Have a Dream.”
Mae Bertha Carter: From Sharecropper to Education Activist
Marcus Garvey, the UNIA and the Emancipation of Black People in the Diaspora
Marcus Garvey: Moorish Americans' John the Baptist
Margaret Morgan's Story: A Threshold Between Slavery and Freedom
Martin Luther King and the Philosophy of Redemptive Suffering, 1963-2013
Mary B. Talbert, Clubwoman and Civil Rights Activist
Williams, Lillian S..
Mary Peake and the Tragic Mulatta Myth
Mary Todd Lincoln and the Main Street Baptist Church of Lexington, Kentucky, in 1862: Radical Partners in Politics, Faith, and Racial Uplift
Media Representations, Black Identity, and the Struggle for Freedom in the Private and Public Sphere
Memories of the Movement: Capturing the Civil Rights Movement through Editorial Cartoons
Jackson, Shirley A..
Miami's Historic Virginia Key Beach Park: Pioneering Icon of the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality
Milwaukee Movers: James Groppi/Vel Phillips
Mississippi Mau Mau: Medgar Evers and the Black Freedom Movement, 1952-1963
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NAACP v. Button: A Case Study in Lawyer Advocacy in Civil Rights
National Juneteenth Emancipation Day Celebrations as Critical Laboratory Praxis
Negotiated Freedoms of Celebration: The Social-Cultural Impact of the Cotton Makers' Jubilee
Never Weary in Well Doing: The Activism of Eartha M. M. White
Nina Simone: Black Woman Performer as an Emancipating Presence
Ninety years Without Slumbering: Jack Johnson, Muhammad Ali, and Symbols of Disorder in America
Wood III, Augustus.
North Carolina's Dark Past with Eugenics: An Example of Black Women's Fight for Citizenship After Emancipation
Now that We Have Emancipated Our Past, Let Us Emancipate Our Future
On Whose Ground Did Trayvon Stand? In Pursuit of Criminal Justice and Equal Opportunity Defense (for Black Males) in America
On the Beat of Truth: Growing up with Deaf Parents—A Conversation with the Author
Brown, Nikki. and Childress Brown, Maxine.
On the Wrong Side of Freedom
Pilate, Ruth and Hagar: Re-Framing Song of Solomon Using the Three Fates
Political Economy, Black Abjection, and Possibility: The Case for an Alternative Theory of the African Diaspora
Pre-Emancipation Proclamation Liberation: Black Seminoles in Alachua County Florida
Prince Hall Women and the Struggle for Human Rights
Progeny of the Persecuted: A Look at the "African" Diaspora From the Carcearl Class Perspective
Protest and Performance: The Commodification of Radical Icons and Black T-Shirt Culture
Protest as Celebration: Monroe Trotter’s Emancipation Oration at the Dedication of the Statue of Wendell Phillips, July 5, 1915
Put Into Practice the Theories of His Life’: Frederick Douglass, Woman’s Rights, and Perceptions of Miscegenation
Putting it Where the Goats Can Get It: Joe Madison and Black Talk Radio
Race Relations in US through the example of the Brazilian society: views of African-American abolitionists and southerners.
da Cruz Brito, Luciana.
Race, Class and the Murder of American Cities: Private Capital and Public Policy in the 1970's
Re-envisioning the Black Female Artist as Citizen: Sonic-Narratives as Expressions of Socio-Political Desire for Emancipation
Real Black Men: In search of silenced voices
Shaw, Angela., Ware, Mixon. and Frederick, Helyne.
Real and Imagined Landscapes: African American Women and Civil War Visual Histories
Rebuilding Community: Refugees at the post-Civil War Defenses in Washington, D.C.
Reconciling the Soul and the Intellect: A New Vision for A New People
Redefining Their Place: Black Business Elites in Post Emancipation Durham, North Carolina
White, Jr., Calvin.
Reds in the Bible Room: The Biblical Transfiguration of Communism in Uncle Tom’s Children
Reinterpretations of Black Emancipation, Freedom, and Equality
Report on the 2013 National Survey of African American Studies
Representing the Ku-Klux Klan in History Textbooks, 1882-2010
Rethinking Movement History Through Trauma: Freedom's Costs
Revisiting African American Nationalism: The Complex Legacy of August Meier
Rhinelander v. Rhinelander: Challenging Racial Hierarchies in the 1920s
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Schooling and the African Diaspora
Self- Determination: The Lives of African-American Sharecroppers and Tenant Farmers in the Rural Black Belt
Slavery’s not yet Done with Us: Poetry as Emancipation
Songs of Freedom and Faith from 1863 to 1963
Mills, Charlotte. and Bolden-Taylor, Diane.
Southern Civic Religion and Civil War Memory: Race, Memory and College Football
Spectacular visualizations of abjection: The critical practices of diaspora and queer
Spirituality: The Cornerstone of African-American Identity
Stevie Wonder: The Movement in His Music and the Politics of His Protest
Stories Revealed in a Valley of Dry Bones: People, Places and Patterns of Migration in the W.Montague Cobb Skeletal Collection
Watkins, Rachel. and Muller, Jennifer.
Strength, Independence, and Economic Inequality: The Effects of Social Programs and Atlanta’s Black Popular Culture on Identity Formation among African American Women Living Below Poverty in Atlanta
Subcommunity as Alternative Presence Within Empire
Clark, Rev. Kurt.
TUBMAN: U.S. & Canadian Connections to Freedom
Tell them we are rising: An ethnographic study of the Obama Family Network of Jacksonville, Florida
Testing the Efficacy of Handheld Kinesthetic Technology in Anthropometric Research
The Addy Walker Stories: Studies of Enslaved Black Girlhood
The African American Corporate Experience: A Phenomenological Study Based on African Americans' Corporate Work Experiences
Campbell-Jackson, Dr. Carla.
The African: The Journal of African Affairs: Pan-African Mission throughout the African Diaspora
The American Dream
The Antislavery Ladies: Race, Gender, and the Historiography of Female Antislavery Societies
The Birth of the African American Women's Rights
The Black Athlete Revolt of 1968: College Athletes and Economic Justice
The Black Education Movement in Boston: Voices of Resistance and Instrumentality
The Colonizer-Colonized Paradox: Reconceptualizing Race, Space, and Empire through African American Soldier-Okinawan Relations
The Conservatism of Zora Neale Hurston and Pearl Bailey: It’s Not What You Think
The Double Consciousness of a Beautiful Soul
The Double Edged Sword: How TV distorts the Black experience and perpetuates racism
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United/Unidos: Black-Brown Coalition Building in Boston, 1965-1975
Uprising or Rebellion? Stono, Tunis, and Denmark
Lyde, Zack. and Goodwine, Queen Quet Marquetta.
Veterans and the Fight for Equal Rights
Victoria Gray Adams: Why I Chose to Stay and Fight for the Opportunity to Live in Mississippi
Parker, Keith. and Williams, Shae.
W.E.B. Du Bois and the Early Construction of the Talented Tenth Idea, 1883-1903
Warrior Art: Winslow Homer's Imaginings of Jonkonnu and Emancipation in ‘Dressing for Carnival’
We Haven't Overcome Yet: Semi-Victories of the Second Civil Rights Movement
What Power Looks Like? Reading Silence in Shonda Rhimes Interview with Oprah Winfrey
What To The Negro Is Black History Month
When the Smoke Clears: After the Glenville Rebellion in Cleveland, Ohio
White Resistance and Violence: High School Sports and Race in Nebraska
Who Attended the March on Washington?
World on Fire: Comparative Perspectives on the 1960s and Modern Urban Rebellions
Writing From the Margins: The Centrality of African American Alternative Religions
98th Annual Convention 2013-Oct-02 to 2013-Oct-07
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