Submissions from 2010

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Slave Mothers and White Fathers: Defining Family and Status in Late Colonial Cuba, Karen Y. Morrison

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Slave Mothers and White Fathers: Defining Family and Status in Late Colonial Cuba, Karen Y. Morrison

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Modernizing a Slave Economy: The Economic Vision of the Confederate Nation., M Sinha

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Modernizing a Slave Economy: The Economic Vision of the Confederate Nation., M Sinha

Submissions from 2009

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Becoming Free in the Cotton South., M Sinha

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Becoming Free in the Cotton South., M Sinha

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The Red Is East: Claude McKay and the New Black Radicalism of the Twentieth Century, James E. Smethurst

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Putting the Blue, Black, and Red in the Red, White, and Blue:Langston Hughes and the Emergence of the Blues in American Literature, SC Tracy

Submissions from 2008

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The 1812 Aponte Rebellion in Cuba and the struggle against Atlantic slavery, Karen Y. Morrison

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The 1812 Aponte Rebellion in Cuba and the struggle against Atlantic slavery, KY Morrison

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An American aristocracy: Southern planters in antebellum Philadelphia, M Sinha

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An American aristocracy: Southern planters in antebellum Philadelphia, M Sinha

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Arming the slaves: From classical times to the modern age, M Sinha

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Arming the slaves: From classical times to the modern age, M Sinha

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Picturing the new negro: Harlem renaissance print culture and modem black identity, James E. Smethurst

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Putting the blue, black, and red in the red, white, and blue: Langston Hughes and the emergence of the blues in American literature, SC Tracy

Submissions from 2007

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To "cast just obliquy" on oppressors: Black radicalism in the age of revolution, M Sinha

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To "cast just obliquy" on oppressors: Black radicalism in the age of revolution, M Sinha

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History, memory, and the literary left: Modern American poetry, 1935-1968, James E. Smethurst

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Kitchenette correlatives: African American neo-modernism the popular front, and the emergence of a black literary avant-garde in the 1940s and 1950s, James E. Smethurst

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Paul Laurence Dunbar and turn-into-the-20(th)-century African American dualism (W. E. B. Du Bois The 'souls of black folk'), James E. Smethurst

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Remembering the past in contemporary African American fiction, James E. Smethurst

Submissions from 2006

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John Brown: Abolitionist: The man who killed slavery, sparked the civil war, and seeded civil rights., M Sinha

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John Brown: Abolitionist: The man who killed slavery, sparked the civil war, and seeded civil rights., M Sinha

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Slavery and the peculiar solution: A history of the American colonization society, M Sinha

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Slavery and the peculiar solution: A history of the American colonization society, M Sinha

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Rethinking social realism: African American art and literature, 1930-1953., James E. Smethurst

Submissions from 2005

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A shattered nation: The rise and fall of the Confederacy, 1861-1868., M Sinha

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A shattered nation: The rise and fall of the Confederacy, 1861-1868., M Sinha

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James Hamilton of South Carolina., M Sinha

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James Hamilton of South Carolina., M Sinha

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Wrestling with the muse: Dudley Randall and the broadside, James E. Smethurst

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Worrying the line: Black women writers, lineage, and literary tradition., S Tracy

Submissions from 2004

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Racial Terror & the Attempt to Stop the Desegregation of Lamar State College of Technology, Amilcar Shabazz

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The American Democratic Tradition & the Quest for Access & Equity in Higher Education: The Browns and Blues of Social Change, Amilcar Shabazz

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American slavery, 1619-1877, M Sinha

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American slavery, 1619-1877, M Sinha

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A sphinx on the American land: The nineteenth-century South in comparative perspective., M Sinha

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A sphinx on the American land: The nineteenth-century South in comparative perspective., M Sinha

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Eugene D Genovese: The mind of a Marxist conservative, M Sinha

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Eugene D Genovese: The mind of a Marxist conservative, M Sinha

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Beyond the color line and the Iron Curtain: Reading encounters between black and red, 1922-1963, James E. Smethurst

Submissions from 2003

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Neither lady nor slave: Working women of the Old South., M Sinha

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Neither lady nor slave: Working women of the Old South., M Sinha

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Rhett: The turbulent life and times of a fire-eater., M Sinha

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Rhett: The turbulent life and times of a fire-eater., M Sinha

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The caning of Charles Sumner: Slavery, race, and ideology in the age of the Civil War, M Sinha

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The caning of Charles Sumner: Slavery, race, and ideology in the age of the Civil War, M Sinha

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'Pat your foot and turn the corner': Amiri Baraka, the Black Arts Movement, and the poetics of a popular avant-garde, James E. Smethurst

Submissions from 2002

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Political culture and secession in Mississippi: Masculinity, honor, and the antiparty tradition, 1830-1860., M Sinha

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Political culture and secession in Mississippi: Masculinity, honor, and the antiparty tradition, 1830-1860., M Sinha

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Remember when indians were red: Bob Kaufman, the popular front, and the Black arts movement, J Smethurst

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Dawnsong! The epic memory of Askia Toure, James E. Smethurst

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"Don't Say Goodbye to the Porkpie Hat": Langston Hughes, the Left, and the Black Arts Movement, James E. Smethurst

Submissions from 2001

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How Deep the Well: History and the Journey from Selma to Timbuktu, Amilcar Shabazz

Submissions from 2000

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Antislavery violence: Sectional, racial, and cultural conflict in antebellum America, M Sinha

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Antislavery violence: Sectional, racial, and cultural conflict in antebellum America, M Sinha

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Revolution or counterrevolution? The political ideology of secession in antebellum South Carolina, M Sinha

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Revolution or counterrevolution? The political ideology of secession in antebellum South Carolina, M Sinha

Submissions from 1998

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One for the Crows, One for the Crackers: The Strange Career of Public Higher Education in Houston, Texas, Amilcar Shabazz

Submissions from 1996

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"Giving Back to the Community!" Interview with Gil Scott-Heron, February 1995, Amilcar Shabazz

Submissions from 1995

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Glorying in tribulation: The lifework of Sojourner Truth - Stetson,E, David,L, M Sinha

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Glorying in tribulation: The lifework of Sojourner Truth - Stetson,E, David,L, M Sinha

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THE MYTH OF AUNT-JEMIMA - REPRESENTATIONS OF RACE AND RELIGION - ROBERTS,D, SC Tracy

Submissions from 1994

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The Forty Acres Documents: An Introduction, Amilcar Shabazz

Submissions from 1979

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FRANTZ FANON: HIS LIFE AND WORK, William Strickland

Submissions from 1975

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Black Intellectuals and the American Social Scene, William Strickland