Index to Volume 87
   
Number 1
Winter 2002

 

Inaugural Issue "The Past Before Us"

 

IN MEMORIUM: JOHN W. BLASSINGAME
by Robert L. Harris, Jr.

 

v

"LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION": THE CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICAN AMERICANS - INTRODUCTION TO A JOURNEY
by V.P. Franklin

 

1

"I SAW THE BOOK TALK": SLAVE READINGS OF THE FIRST GREAT AWAKENING
by Frank Lambert

 

12

AUNT JEMIMA IN DIALECTICS: GENOVESE ON SLAVE CULTURE by James D. Anderson

 

26

THE EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES OF BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS,1868-1940
by Monroe H. Little

 

43

DIAMONDS IN IOWA: BLACKS, BUXTON, AND BASEBALL
by Janice A. Beran

 

56

THE RESPONSE OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN PRESS TO THE UNITED STATES OCCUPATION OF HAITI, 1915-1934
by Henry Lewis Suggs

 

70

RONALD REAGAN AND THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK DIGNITY IN CINEMA, 1937-1953
by Stephen Vaughn


83

LOS ANGELES ZOOT: RACE "RIOT," THE PACHUCO, AND BLACK MUSIC CULTURE
by Douglas Henry Daniels


98

THE SPLIT-LABOR PHENOMENON: ITS IMPACT ON WEST INDIAN WORKERS AS A MARGINAL WORKING CLASS IN BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, 1948-1962
by Lydia Lindsey

 

119

TELLING THE TRUTH: ALICE CHILDRESS AS THEORIST AND PLAYWRIGHT
by Olga Dugan

 

146

BIOGRAPHY, RACE VINDICATION, AND AFRICAN AMERICAN INTELLECTUALS
by V.P. Franklin and Bettye Collier-Thomas

 

160

   
Number 2 Spring 2002

 

“Cultural Capital and African American Education”

 

INTRODUCTION – CULTURAL CAPITAL AND AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATION
by V.P. Franklin

 

175

BUILDING UPON CULTURAL CAPITAL: THOMAS JEFFERSON FERGUSON AND THE ALBANY ENTERPRISE ACADEMY IN SOUTHWEST OHIO, 1863- 1886
by Adah Ward Randolph


182

“I MUST LEARN NOW OR NOT AT ALL”: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CAPITAL IN THE EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES OF FORMERLY ENSLAVED AFRICAN AMERICANS IN MISSISSIPPI, 1862-1869
by Christopher M. Span

 

196

CULTURAL CAPITAL AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN AGENCY: THE ECONOMIC STRUGGLE FOR EFFECTIVE EDUCATION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE, 1890-1967
by Carter Julian Savage


206

“MAINTAINING A HOME FOR GIRLS”: THE IOWA FEDERATION OF COLORED WOMEN’S CLUBS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, 1919-1950
by Richard M. Breaux


236

COMMUNITY, COMMITMENT, AND AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATION: THE JACKSON SCHOOL IN SMITH COUNTY TEXAS, 1925-1954
by Peggy B. Gill


256

PARADISE LOST? TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE USE OF CULTURAL CAPITAL IN THE SEGREGATED SCHOOLS OF NEW ORLEANS,
LOUISIANA
by Monica A. White


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Number 3 Summer 2002
   

RECONCIDERING THE “FORCED” EXODUS OF 1829: FREE BLACK EMIGRATION FROM CINCINNATI, OHIO TO WILBERFORCE, CANADA
by Nikki Taylor


283

THE BANNEKER LITERARY INSTITUTE OF PHILADELPHIA: AFRICAN AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL ACTIVISM BEFORE THE WAR OF THE SLAVEHOLDERS’ REBELLION
by Tony Martin


303

W. E. B. DU BOIS AND THE JEWS: A LIFETIME OF OPPOSING
ANTI-SEMITISM
by Benjamin Sevitch


323

PAUL ROBESON AND THE BLACK PRESS; THE 1950 PASSPORT CONTROVERCY
by Barbara J. Beeching


339

LIFE QUESTIONS: MEMORIES OF WOMEN CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS
by Kim Lacy Rogers


355
ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Number 4

Fall 2002

 

“New Perspectives on African American Educational History”

 

NEW PERSPECTIVES ON AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: INTRODUCTION
by Linda M. Perkins


369

“CLOTHING THEMSELVES IN INTELLIGENCE”: THE FREEDPEOPLE, SCHOOLING, AND NORTHERN TEACHERS, 1861-1871
by Heather Andrea Williams


372

“WOMANHOOD GLORIFIED”: NANNIE HELEN BURROUGHS AND THE NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS, INC, 1909-1961
by Traki L. Taylor


390

HOWARD UNIVERSITY AND U.S. FOREIGN AFFAIRS DURING THE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ADMINISTRATION, 1933-1945
by Clifford L. Muse


403

THE EARLY YEARS OF THE UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND, 1943-1960
by Shuana K. Tucker


416

HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW: AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN, RADICAL FEMINISM, AND THE ORIGINS OF WOMEN’S STUDIES PROGRAMS, 1967- 1974
by V.P. Franklin

 

433

RECENT BOOKS ON AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

 

446

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

450