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The Oxford W.E.B. Du Bois reader

Author: W E B Du Bois; Eric J Sundquist
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1996.
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This reader reprints "The Souls of Black Folk" together with the later work, "Darkwater". The collection includes a range of DuBois' writing over the course of his lifetime, showing the evolution of  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W E B Du Bois; Eric J Sundquist
ISBN: 0195091787 9780195091786
OCLC Number: 317699527
Description: 680 pages
Contents: Introduction: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Autobiography of Race1: Concepts of RaceThe Conservation of Races (1897)The Present Outlook for the Dark Races of Mankind (1900)The Song of the Smoke (1907)The First Universal Races Congress (1911)In Black (1920)The Superior Race (1923)On Being Crazy (1923)The Name "Negro" (1928)On Being Ashamed of Oneself (1933)The Concept of Race (1940)2: The Souls of Black Folk (1903)3: Representative MenJefferson Davis as a Representative of Civilization (1890)Booker T. Washington (1901)Abraham Lincoln (1907)John Brown (1909)Charles Young (1922)Marcus Garvey (1923)Robert E. Lee (1928)A Portrait of Carter G. Woodson (1950)Paul Robeson (1950)Joseph Stalin (1953)Kwame Nkrumah (1957)Gandhi and The American Negroes (1957)Toussaint L'Ouverture (1961)4: Literature and ArtOn The Souls of Black Folk (1904)The Star of Ethiopia (1913)Negro Art (1921)Negro Art and Literature (1924)Criteria of Negro Art (1926)Phillis Wheatley and African American Culture (1941)The Humor of Negroes (1942)5: Politics, Economics, and EducationWhat Is the Negro Problem? (1899)The Training of Negroes for Social Power (1903)The Future of the Negro Race in America (1904)The Niagara Movement (1906)Triumph (1911)Woman Suffrage (1915)Awake America (1917)Returning Soldiers (1919)The Social Equality of Whites and Blacks (1920)Americanization (1922)The Shape of Fear (1926)Cultural Equality (1928)The Negro and Communism (1931)The Field and Function of the American Negro College (1933)Does the Negro Need Separate Schools? (1935)A Negro Nation within the Nation (1935)The Propaganda of History (1935)An Appeal to the World (1946)The Case for the Jews (1948)I Take My Stand for Peace (1951)The Negro and the Warsaw Ghetto (1952)China (1959)6: Darkwater (1920)7: Africa and ColonialismTo the Nations of the World (1900)A Day in Africa (1908)Africa and the Slave Trade (1915)Africa, Colonialism, and Zionism (1919)Manifesto of the Second Pan-African Congress (1921)Little Portraits of Africa (1924)What Is Civilization? (1925)The Realities in Africa (1943)The Future of Africa (1958)Whites in Africa after Negro Autonomy (1962)BibliographyIndex
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W.E.B. Du Bois reader
Responsibility: edited by Eric J. Sundquist.


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"An excellent selection of his writings."--Anna M. Cenklin, Spalding University"Every academic discipline has its pioneers or persons who set forth seminal ideas which undergird the discipline. In my Read more...

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