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ASALH Centennial Annual Meeting and Conference 2015-Sep-23 to 2015-Sep-28
"Benjamin Brawley's Liberian Dream"
"Doing Our Bit": Race, Gender and the Aesthetics of War in WWI Propaganda
"Half in Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Nellie Y. McKay"
Green Benjamin, Shanna.
"Hang your conscience on a peg': The African National Congress and NAACP's Efforts to Delegitimize the World Bank's Loans to Apartheid South Africa, 1948-1953.
"I'm Fear 'New York'": The Historical Redefinition of "The Brute Negro" in Dating Reality Television.
"If There's a Hell Below, We're All Going to Go!":The Black Working Class and Black Power in the Atlanta Freedom Struggle, 1970-1973
Wood III, Augustus.
"Joyce J. Scott and the Sculptural Grotesque"
"My Mind is Black": Black Power and BUILD in 1960s Buffalo, New York
"No More Park Sausages Mom Please": Eating and Body Politics in 80s and 90s Hip Hop
Dotson, Jr, Jerome.
"Now is the Time to Plan for your Future": Sarah Spencer Washington and the Black Freedom Struggle in New Jersey, 1913-1953
"Reverend Utah Smith: Faith, Funk, and Pentecostal Music Practices"
"Systematic Oppression and Social Control: Examining the Constraints of Slavery in the Urban British Atlantic, 1680-1807"
"Teach Your Daughters”: Black Girlhood and Mrs. N. F. Mossell’s Advice Column in The New York Freeman
"The Greatest Good": Black Professionals and the Early Civil Rights Movement in Pittsburgh, 1925-1940
"The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow: An Overview of Gospel Music"
Nix, Jr., Echol.
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A Five-Fold Foundation of Faith: How Black Religion in Detroit Radicalized Black America
A History of the Presence: Oppression, Confinement and the Struggle for Transformation
A Matter of Choice: African American Women’s Reproductive Autonomy in the Early Twentieth Century
A Pragmatist Prelude to the Harlem Renaissance: Alain Locke's Speeches to the Negro Historical Societies in 1911
A Radical Vision for Human Rights: Loretta Ross, Transnational Feminism, and Reproductive Justice
A Road Less Travelled Black Congressional Women’s Radical Politics
A Seabed of BAM: Sounding the Impact of the 1968 Summer Issue of The Drama Review
A Sterling Legacy: The Impact of Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois on African Politics and History
A Tendency Towards Naked Power: C. L. R. James and the Limits of National Self-Determination in the Black Freedom Movement.
A “Progressive” Alternative: The Educational Thought of Carter G. Woodson
A. Philip Randolph: An American Hero
AARMS: The African American Relationships and Marriage Strengthening Curriculum for African American Relationships Courses and Programs
Able, Black, Female: Representations of Sojourner Truth in Theories of Embodiment
Advocacy Beyond the Academy: Carter G. Woodson and the Afro Newspaper
Aesthetic Disruption and Ontological Doubt in Kara Walker’s Harper’s Pictorial of the Civil War (Annotated)
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Baartman Revisited: Amber Rose and the Reclamation of the Black Female Form for Profit
Barbaric Convention: Police Brutality Enforced Upon Black Women
Basketball, Books, and Brotherhood: DeWitt Clinton High School as a scholastic model of African American leadership and interracial cooperation 1945-1950
Bearing Witness: The Portraits of Early African American Ministers
Beastial Myth: A Critical Race Theory of African American Male Stigma
Before Jim Crow: Convict Lease and the Limits of Liberalism in Reconstruction
Leon, Alexxa. and Rael, Patrick.
Better to Have than to Have Not: Black History Knowledge, Career Aspirations and Academic Performance
Adams-Bass, Valerie. and Chapman-Hilliard, Collette.
Beyond Westeros: Fantasizing Blackness in the Fantasy Genre
Big Mama’s Blues: Willie Mae Thornton, Female Masculinity, and the Lavender Scare of the 1950s
Bildungs-Africana: Reading Colorism, Identity, and Adolescence in Black Women’s Autobiographies
Biographical/Historical Approach to Margaret Walker
Bishop Henry McNeal Turner: A Black Christian Nationalist of the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries"
Black Anxiety: Confronting the Crisis of Anti-blackness in the 21st Century
Black Before Bankruptcy: The 10 Most Important Sites in the Building of Black Detroit
Black Bodies [Dropping] in the Breeze: Black Spaces of Trauma [in America]
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Canga li”: African American Ideas about the Reopening the African Slave Trade
Caribbean Women Writers: An Anthology
Carter G. Woodson and African American Education in the Long Nineteenth Century
Carter G. Woodson and Educational Theatre
Scott Giles, Freda.
Carter G. Woodson and Nannie Helen Burroughs--Sources Relating to their Efforts to Combat Miseducation
Robinson, Lasean Robinson.
Carter G. Woodson and political agenda-building during the 1930s
Carter G. Woodson--From Legacy to Vanguard: Black History Into the Future
Carter G. Woodson’s newspaper columns, 1931-1937
Carving Out A New Life: Design Motifs of the Surinam Maroon Arts
Caught in the Act: Suicide and Slavery in 19th Century New Granada
Charles Chesnutt: North Carolina Writer Fathers Smith College’s First Black Students, Parts 1 & 2
Foster, Pamela E..
Charles Stewart (aka Col. J. O. Midnight): A Forgotten Voice from the Early 20th Century Black Press
Christia Adair: Texas Heroine
Cisco Kid Has Something to Say: WAR's Cosmopolitan Response to Ghetto Life
Civil Rights and Black Power Movement in New Orleans, Louisiana
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Daughters of Ida B. Wells-Barnett: African American Womens’ Activism during the Civil Rights Movement in Chicago
David Oluwale and the Crime of Policing Blackness in Postwar Britain
Death at the Hands of Persons Known: Justifying Hate and the 1992 Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill
Deracialized Black History: An Examination of K-12 School Curriculum
Destination Freedom’s “Recorder of History”: A Radio Dramatization of Carter G. Woodson’s Life
Destroy and Rebuild: Displacement in the Suburban Planner's Imagination
Diaspora Docterine: The Transplantation of IFA from Nigeria to Cuba and Brazil. Past and Present Practices
Digital Howard in Action
Discomfort & Art: A Dialectic in Mari Evans’ Ouevre
Disrupting Eurocentric Theorizing: Challenging a Century of White Supremacist Feminisms
Divide and Conquer: The Emergence of the Color Line in the 20th Century
Double Victory Discs: African American Contributions to the Americanization of Europe in WWII
Dreaming of Algiers in Babylon: Black Radicalism and the Fight for a Unified African Continent
Educating for Freedom: William X Schienman, Tom Mboya, and the Struggle for an Independent Kenya
Education, Technology and Black Culture
Elephants on Sweet Auburn: Atlanta’s Black Republicans at the Dawn of Post-Civil Rights Era
Elucidating the Effects of Racialized Framing in the Media: The Power of Portraying a Negative Story
Embodying Blackness: Hiring Practices and Perceptions of African American Identity within African American Businesses
Empowering People and Shaping Identities: Art Examines a Century (1914-2014) in African American Life and History
Establishing a Cultural Learning Place as a Library Model for Preserving Cultural Heritage and Public History at Alabama State University
Experiences of Self-Emancipated African Americans in Mississippi Contraband Camps, 1862-1865
Exploring the Curriculum Theorizing of Carter G. Woodson
Fantastical Resistance: Screening the Black Body from The Legend of Nigger Charley to Django
Fat, Black and Ugly: The Politics of the New Millennium Mammy
Feelin’ Myself: Narrative Experiences of Female Hip Hop Artists
Finding Home: Representations of Black Chicago at Mid-Century
Finding My Grandmother, Finding Myself: NOI Pioneer, Mable Carrie Foreman (1908-1980)
Fisk Fictions: Ruth Landes and Elmer Imes 1937-1941
Florida State Normal and Industrial School for Coloreds: Thomas DeSalle Tucker and His Radical Approach to Black Higher Education
Folk Music At Its Best: Ham and Eggs With A Side of Music
For the Love of Black Men
For the Love of Ebony Women
For the Love of Money: Fisk University and the Stieglitz Art Collection, 1949-2012
Brown II, M. Christopher.
For-profit Education and the Black Community
Forged by Fire: Detroit's Riots & Rebellions and How Chaos Created a Community
Forget Me Not - Reconciling the (Dis)Connectedness Among and Between African Americans and Africans”
Francophone Black Consciousness between the Haitian Revolution and Négritude: Vastey, Linstant, and Firmin
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Garveyism and the Southern Black Church
Give Me Liberty: Dark Horse Comic, Martha Washington-An Afrofuturistic Reimagined Black American Icon
Good-Will Ambassador with Cookbook
Governor Rufus B. Bullock, Railroad Expansion and Convict Leasing in Post-Civil War Georgia
Growing Up in Alabama: Black, Male, and Poor, 1926-1947: A Memoir
Grown Folks Don’t Need Government: A Case for African Anarchism in Black Liberation Efforts
Gullah: The Living Culture
HYPOCRISY IN THE LIFE OF W.E.B. DU BOIS: Reconstructing Selective Memory
Harlem Voices: Colorism and Multiple Consciouness in New Negro Fiction
Harlem, Havana and Hanoi: Robert Des Verney and Black radical political culture in the 1960s
Held for Safekeeping: Black Women Imprisoned in Maryland during the Age of the Civil War
Jacobs Thompson, Sharita.
Henry Ossawa Tanner in the Time of the New Negro Movement
He’s Dark, Dark: Exploring Colorism among Black Males
High Hope and Fixed Purpose: Frederick Douglass and the Talented Tenth on the American Plantation
Hiphop Womanist Inquiry
How the Labyrinthine Alliance of Black Teachers Associations and the Association for the Study of Negro Life Advanced Century of Public Education in Birmingham, Alabama
Howard University Moorland-Spingarn Contributions to Africana Archives and Repository
I Am Woman: examining the activism of Bennett College women from 1958-1961
I Am the Hell and the High Water: Black Masculinities and Body Politics in Scandal
I Got a Story to Tell”: Youth Rap Verses as Critical Race Counter-Stories
I am Renisha McBride
In Our Own Words: The Literary Interpretations of Black Womanhood in Poems and Prose
In Search of Fannie's Song: Towards an Affective Politics of Love in Black Women's Musical Expressions
In the Shadow of the Harlem Renaissance: African American Women Artists of Washington, D.C
In the Shadows of Freedom: Contextualizing 18th and 19th Century Charleston Slave Badges
In the face of the Dragon
Indiana Towns Communities and the (Re)production of Social Misery
International Perspective: Committee for the Memory and History of Slavery
Interpreting Our Heritage: Visibility and Omission the Presence of African Americans in the 21st Century
Is It Time for a Black National Historic Trust?
Jazz: The Unmasked Rhetoric
Jim Crow Moves West: White Supremacy in Multiracial California, 1850 - 1914
Juanita Jackson Mitchell: Radicalism and Traditionalism in Race Leadership
Killing for Kicks: Conspicuous Consumption, Gratuitous Violence and Media (Mis) Representations of Sneaker Culture
Languaging Detroit: Neocolonialism, Race, and Urban Politics
Law, Order and Social Justice': Black Republicans and the Battle for Alternative Solutions, 1968-1974
Wright Rigueur, Leah.
Leading Ladies: An Examination of Black Female Administrators in Higher Education
Life Story of Ernie A. Smith: Black Nationalist Language Ideology to Ebonics
Life Upon These Shores: Robert Hayden’s “Middle Passage” and Samuel R. Delany’s Atlantis: Model 1924
Life under a New Order: Antebellum Free People of Color in Reconstruction North Carolina
Literature Brave Enough to Fuck with the Grays: Hip-Hop Feminism and Street Lit
Lost in a Kiss? The Sexual Victimization of the Black Male during Jim Crow read through Eldridge Cleaver’s The Book of Lives and Soul on Ice
Louis Austin, the Carolina Times, and the Black Freedom Struggle in North Carolina, 1954-1971
Madeline Stratton Morris and Black History in the Classroom
Maintaining the Status Quo Ante: Dr. James G. Gee’s Internal Struggles as President of East Texas State University
Making Black Lives Matter at the Nadir: Black Institutional Culture in Early Twentieth Century Atlanta
Making Change Happen: The Legacy of African American Philanthropy
Making Connections: J.B. Murray and Africa
Making the Invisible Visible: Portraying the Global African Diaspora"
Mammy in literature and film
Marcus Garvey "The Father of Black Nationalism"
Mardi Gras Indian Queens: The Backbone, Not the Background, of a Unique Tradition
Mardi Gras Indian Suits: Finding Empowerment Through Black History and Art
Mardi Gras Indians: A Story That Runs Deeper
Mardi Gras Indians: Exploring the Intersection of History, Community, and Culture in a Unique Tradition
Mardi Gras Indians: Hurricane Katrina Could Not Stop Them
Margaret Walker: The Voice of the Invisible Woman in the Black Arts Movement
Margret Toomer: The Mother of the Egg Show
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National Sincerity and the Performance of Black Nationalism and Diasporic Citizenship
New Directions in Black Women’s Visual History
No One Knows My Name: Racial Profiling and African American Women
Obama, Post-Racialism and the New American Dilemma
Obeah, Oaths, and Ancestors: Ritual Technologies and Mortuary Realms in the Gold Coast Diaspora
Obstacles and Options to Faith-based HIV Service Delivery to Low-Income Inner City Residents: Perspectives of Black Clergy with Commuter Congregations
Olivia Pope: Breaking the Spell of the “Magic Negro”
Ona Judge: The President’s Runaway Slave Woman
Armstrong Dunbar, Erica.
One Hundred Years of “The Worst Sort of Lynching”: Black Christ Figures in the American South
Open wounds: A Window into the Day-to-Day Experiences of Black Steelworkers in Cape Breton Nova Scotia, 1906-1912
Organizing for Collective Action: A Model for Mobilizing the Collegiate Community
Otis O'Neal: The Father of the Ham Show
Out of Touch or Visionary?: W. E. B. Du Bois, Self-Segregation and the NAACP
Outsiders Within: Everyday Faith as a Site of Black Lesbian Activism
Over 100 Years or More of Inspirations from Africa in the Americas: Case Studies of Salvador, Brazil and New Orleans, La.
Overturning Dred Scott: Race and Rights in Antebellum America
Pan-Africanism in Print: Black Booksellers and the Business of Literary Black Power
Participant Observer: The Documentary Photography of Jim Alexander
People without Tongues: An Ethnic Anomaly
Performance, Propaganda and the Politics of Respectability: The Progressive Era Plays of Nannie Helen Burroughs
Planning & Partnership: Harriet Tubman National Monument
Playing in the Light: An Analysis of "Progressive" Black Masculinities in Literature
Police Brutality in the African American Community
Politicizing Medical Education: Race/Gender and the Redefinition of Medical Professionalization, 1968-1973
Possible Reconsideration to the Library of Congress Classification System's Liberal Placements of African American Psychology and African American Social Science
Preserving Jacksonville's African-American History: A brief history of the James Weldon Johnson Chapter of ASALH
Preserving the Legacy: An Oral History of The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Museum
Dickerson, Sean. and Agosto, Vonzell.
Principles of Malinke Historiography
Prison nation: Lies, corporate ties, and the pursuit of pursuit of Profit: Re-Imaging the Privatization of Prisons and the 21st Century Mass Incarceration Crisis
Protest in Suburbia! The 1965 North Shore Summer Project for Fair Housing in Chicago’s Suburbs
Public History's Critical Role in Public Perceptions of African American History
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Queen Leonor's War: Gender and Slave Resistance in Seventeenth-Century New Grenada
Quicksand: The Slow Demise of Black Social Science
Race Pride, Progress, and Class: African Americans and the Atlanta International Cotton States Exposition, 1895
Race and Criminality in Post-War Central Virginia
Racial Bias: The Black Athlete and the Early War on Drugs
Racial Discrimination and Mental Health: Exploring Variations in the Family Context
Racial Slavery and Reparations in Brazilian and American Race-Conscious Affirmative Jurisprudence
Rap: Rapid Application of Politics: Hip Hop in Select Young Adult Novels
Re-Reading and Imagining the Impact of the Miseducation of the Negro: Am Analysis of Woodson’s Words for Teachers
Reassessing the Invisible Institution: Enslaved People’s Spiritual Lives in the Antebellum Southern Hill Country of Mississippi
Rebellion through Religion: Henriette Delille and the Sisters of the Holy Family
Recovering Narratives: Examining Black Women Theatre Artists at Historically Black Colleges
Reformer Burnisteen Sharrieff and the Final Call to Islam
Reimagining the Inferiority Complex in Black Women Leadership Roles
Remembering Randolph: Race and the Fight Against World War II Segregation in Civil Service
Restrictive Covenants, Biopolitics, and the Great Migration
Rethinking black student protest: Student Protest at North Carolina Central University 1930-1947
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Samuel F. Yette Warned Us about Mass Abortion and Incarceration
Foster, Pamela E..
Samuel M. Plato: An Outstanding Architect of the 20th Century
Saving Black Lives Through Rhythm Was His Business: Jimmie Lunceford’s Mission
Herd II, Ronald.
School Desegregation Law: Amos et al v. Board of School Directors of the City of Milwaukee
Seeking GBM: Mapping Queer Sexualities.
Selfies, Subtweets, & Suicide: Social Media as a Mediator and Agitator of Mental Health for Black Women
Serving Under Fire: Postmaster Isaiah H. Lofton of Hogansville
Sex and Civil Rights: Racism, Homophobia and the Political Efficacious Strategies of the Black Freedom Struggle
Sexualized Resistance: Black Women's Agency through the Erotic and Dance
Shaping the African American Anti-Nuclear Movement: African American Campaigns against Nuclear Weapons and Energy, 1945-1995
Silence in Educational Spaces
Sister Captain: Black Muslim Women's Leadership
Sister Saviors: Black Women as Support Networks for Incarcerated Black Males
Sites Seen and Unseen: A Question of Legitimacy in African American Women's Representation in National Park Service Historic Sites
Slave Grandchildren Remember
Foster, Pamela E.. and Williams, Learotha.
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THE REEL AINT REAL: Scandal and black female equality
Taking “Black Lives Matter” to CNN: An Oral History of AUC Student Protest Amid the Failure to Indict in the Killing of Mike Brown
Teaching Black Lives Matter: Using African American History to Empower Future Leaders
Teaching Blackness from Multiracial Feminism at a PWI/HSI Institution on the West Coast
Teaching Race and the Color Line in U.S. History: Lessons from Yesterday’s Association for Today’s Schools
Teaching the Past: Public History and Public Schools
Text Mining and Quantitative Analysis: A New Way of “Reading” Margaret Walker
The Academy: The History and Political Science Department and its relativity to the National Center
The Apotheosis of Booker T. Washington High School: History, Identity, and Educational Equity in Norfolk, Virginia
The Black Beauty Ambassador: Maryrose Reeves Allen & The Founding of the Department of Physical Education for Women at Howard University
The Black Music Educators of the Twin Cities
The Black press and the Democratic Party in the 1930s
The Call for Agrarian Reform: The Origin of the Fort Valley Ham and Egg Show
The Canary Archipelago Islanders Of Louisiana: The Black Islanos
The Case Against the Council: Communist-Front or Black Internationalist Organization?
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Understanding Today's HBCUs through Student Perspectives, Enrollment Trends, and Leadership Models
Scott, Lakia. and Scott, DeWitt.
United Nations Remembering Slavery Program
Unlocking the Golden Door of Freedom: Booker T. Washington as a Pioneer of Educational Justice
Unsung Ways of Knowing in Contemporary Neo-Slave Narratives
Urban Fiction as a Pedagogical Tool
Violence and the "Race Card" in Twain and Faulkner
We Were There: Examining Place, Race, and Memory in New Town
We’s Lives in the Ghetto and the Penthouse: An exploration of the ‘banished’ Representations of blackness in Erasure and A Visitation of Spirits
Whatever Happened to Maidie Norman?: Twentieth Century Arts Activist, African American Theatre Educator, and Hollywood Actress
When and Where They Entered: The Financial and Philanthropic Contribution of African American Women Post-Emancipation
Where is Africa? Who is African?: Africa and identity amongst Black Power era high school students in Detroit, Michigan
Which Shall We Choose?: An Analysis of the Educational Philosophies of Anna Julia Cooper and Charlotte Hawkins Brown
White Racism, Black Beaches: Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune’s Fight for Social Justice in Florida
White, Black, and Blue: The Battle over Black Police, Professionalization, and Police Brutality in Birmingham, Alabama, 1963-1967
Why here? Tracing the Intersection of Physical & Cultural Geography
Will The Real Sheroes Please Stand Up
With Her Fist Raised: Dorothy Pitman Hughes and the Activist’s Life
Womanist Approaches to Preserving the Lives of Black Males
Woodson: Historian, Collector and Businessman
World History in Blackface: Impact of Black People on World History
Worthy Daughters of the Soil: Benevolence and the American West Indian Ladies Aid Society, 1915-1936
ASALH Centennial Annual Meeting and Conference 2015-Sep-23 to 2015-Sep-28
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