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We specialize in the wholly impossible : a reader in Black women's history

Author: Darlene Clark Hine; Wilma King; Linda Reed
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Carlson Pub., 1995.
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"We specialize in the wholly impossible"
Brooklyn, N.Y. : Carlson Pub., 1995
(OCoLC)604008501
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"We specialize in the wholly impossible"
Brooklyn, N.Y. : Carlson Pub., 1995
(OCoLC)623574395
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darlene Clark Hine; Wilma King; Linda Reed
ISBN: 0926019805 9780926019805 0926019813 9780926019812
OCLC Number: 31606424
Description: xiv, 618 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Contents: pt.1. General theoretical essays: African-American women's history and the metalanguage of race / Evelyn Brooks Higgenbotham --
When your work is not who you are: the development of a working-class consciousness among Afro-American women / Sharon Harley --
"What has happened here": the politics of difference in women's history and feminist politics / Elsa Barkley Brown --
pt.2. Africa: Sexual demography: the impact of the slave trade on family structure / John Thornton --
African women in the Atlantic slave trade / Herbert S. Klein --
Concubinage and the status of women slaves in early colonial northern Nigeria / Paul E. Lovejoy --
Give a thought to Africa: black women missionaries in southern Africa / Sylvia M. Jacobs --
pt.3. Caribbean and Canada: Women and slavery in the Caribbean: a feminist pespective / Rhoda E. Reddock --
A study of two women's slave narratives: incidents in the life of a slave / Andrea Starr Alonzo --
Defiance or submission? The role of the slave woman in slave resistance in the British Caribbean / Barbara Bush --
The search for Mary Bibb, black woman teacher in nineteenth-century Canada west / Afua Cooper --
pt.4. United States--eighteenth century: The double bonds of race and sex: black and white women in a colonial Virginia parish / Joan Rezner Gundersen --
Black women in the era of the American Revolution in Pennsylvania / Debra L. Newman --
From three-fifths to zero: implications of the constitution for African-American women, 1787-1870 / Mamie E. Locke --
pt.5. United States--nineteenth century: Free African-American women in Savannah, 1800-1860: affluence and autonomy amid adversity / Whittington B. Johnson --
Property owning free African-American women in the south, 1800-1870 / Loren Schweninger --
Slavery, sharecropping, and sexual inequality / Susan A. Mann --
"A career to build, a people to serve, a purpose to accomplish": race, class, gender, and Detroit's first black women teachers, 1865-1916 / John B. Reid --
Still in chains: black women in western prisons, 1865-1910 / Anne M. Butler --
The southern side of "glory": Mississippi African-American women during the Civil War / Noralee Frankel --
Domination and resistance: the politics of wage household labor in new south Atlanta / Tera W. Hunter --
Sojourner Truth in life and memory: writing the biography of an American exotic / Nell Irvin Painter --
Black womanhood in nineteenth-century America: subversion and self-construction in two women's autobiographies / Beth Maclay Doriani --
Clothing as an expression of history: the dress of African-American women in Georgia, 1880-1915 / Patricia K. Hunt --
pt.6. United States--twentieth century: "Civilization", the decline of middle-class manliness, and Ida B. Wells's antilynching campaign (1892-94) / Gail Bederman --
Black club women and the creation of the National Association of Colored Women / Stephanie J. Shaw --
Black and white visions of welfare: women's welfare activism, 1890-1945 / Linda Gordon --
Discontented black feminists: prelude and postscript to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment / Rosalyn Terborg-Penn --
The black community and the birth control movement / Jessie M. Rodrique --
And still I rise: black women and reform, Buffalo, New York, 1900-1940 / Lillian S. Williams --
"We all seem like brothers and sisters": the African-American community in Manhattan, Kansas, 1865-1940 / Nupur Chaudhuri --
Black women activists and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: the case of Ruby Doris Smith Robinson / Cynthia Griggs Fleming.
Responsibility: edited by Darlene Clark Hine, Wilma King, Linda Reed.
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