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The Wilderness The Nation And The Electronic Era

Author : Elmer J. O'Brien
ISBN : 9780810863132
Genre : Religion
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The Wilderness, the Nation, and the Electronic Era: American Christianity and Religious Communication 1620-2000: An Annotated Bibliography contains over 2,400 annotations of books, book chapters, essays, periodical articles, and selected dissertations dealing with the various means and technologies of Christian communication used by clergy, churches, denominations, benevolent associations, printers, booksellers, publishing houses, and individuals and movements in their efforts to disseminate news, knowledge, and information about religious beliefs and life in the United States from colonial times to the present. Providing access to the critical and interpretive literature about religious communication is significant and plays a central role in the recent trend in American historiography toward cultural history, particularly as it relates to numerous collateral disciplines: sociology, anthropology, education, speech, music, literary studies, art history, and technology. The book documents communication shifts, from oral history to print to electronic and visual media, and their adaptive uses in communication networks developed over the nation's history. This reference brings bibliographic control to a large and diverse literature not previously identified or indexed.
Category: Religion

Blacks In The American West And Beyond America Canada And Mexico

Author : George H. Junne
ISBN : 0313312087
Genre : History
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Comprehensively indexing a variety of research materials on Blacks in the North American West, Junne offers an invaluable navigational tool for scholars of American and African-American history.
Category: History

Daddy Grace

Author : Lenwood G. Davis
ISBN : 0313265046
Genre : History
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A major cult leader in the United States from 1940 to 1960, Daddy Grace claimed millions of followers, while critics charged he was a colossal fraud. This book is the first bibliography on Daddy Grace. The volume includes annotated entries on books, theses, dissertations, unpublished manuscripts, and articles providing information on Daddy Grace. Appendices, indicating the nature of his following, include Quotations and Sayings of Daddy Grace, Names and Titles Given to Daddy Grace, Products Named After Daddy Grace, Daddy Grace's Enterprises, Groups and Organizations Named After Daddy Grace, and Addresses of the United House of Prayer For All People. The book concludes with an index. The work will be of interest to those doing research in African-American Studies and Religious Studies.
Category: History

Contemporary African American Female Playwrights

Author : Dana A. Williams
ISBN : 0313301328
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Though Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun (1959) raised the world's awareness of the abilities of African American female playwrights, both the theater and the literary world often have neglected to include contemporary African American women dramatists within the circle of production, publication, and criticism. This reference book sheds light on the achievement of these playwrights and directs researchers to studies of their works. The first section includes a selected listing of anthologies that contain one or more plays by an African American female dramatist who has published at least one play since 1959. The second provides entries for reference works and for general and scholarly criticism about the dramatists and their plays. The third gives a selected listing of individual dramatists' published plays, with summaries of each drama; the dramatists' primary works related to drama; and secondary works that treat the dramatists and their plays. Entries are accompanied by concise yet informative annotations. The volume closes with a selected listing of periodicals that typically publish criticism of African American female playwrights, brief biographical sketches of the dramatists, and extensive indexes.
Category: Literary Criticism

Roots Of Afrocentric Thought

Author : Clovis E. Semmes
ISBN : 0313299927
Genre : History
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Provides easy access to the most complete voice of the Black Arts and Black Consciousness movement.
Category: History

The African American Male

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105021963231
Genre : Social Science
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An interdisciplinary study of the plight of the Black male in American society.
Category: Social Science

Zora Neale Hurston

Author : Rose Parkman Davis
ISBN : UOM:39015040178876
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 76.70 MB
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Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960) is one of 20th-century America's foremost fiction and folklore writers. One of the most important authors of the Harlem Renaissance and one of the first black anthropologists, she received little recognition during her lifetime. She was criticized by some of her contemporaries, including Richard Wright and Ralph Ellison, and her works were largely neglected until the early 1970s. Her works are now frequently taught in literature courses and are widely admired for their style and substance. Her anthropological study, Mules and Men (1935), is a pioneering examination of Voodoo and related folklore. As a novelist, she is best known as the author of Jonah's Gourd Vine (1934) and Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937). In addition, she was a prolific journalist who contributed to the most popular magazines and newspapers of her time. Though long neglected, Hurston has become firmly established in the literary canon, and scores of books and articles have been written about her. This reference book is a comprehensive guide to the large body of work written about her in the last 75 years. Included are annotated entries for books, dissertations, and theses written about Hurston's life and literary career. The volume also looks at hundreds of articles, book chapters, conference papers, reviews, children's books, and web sites. The bibliography additionally points the reader to guides and biographical sources and to anthologies where her works are collected. Finally, an exhaustive list of works by Hurston is provided, along with a catalog of the special collections where her manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera are stored.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

African American Criminologists 1970 1996

Author : Lee E. Ross
ISBN : UCSC:32106015555656
Genre : Law
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A reference work which offers contemporary Afrocentric perspective on critical issues of crime and justice by focusing on the contributions of African American criminologists.
Category: Law

Invisible Wings

Author : Betty Kaplan Gubert
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009804282
Genre : History
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Invisible Wings is the only reference book on Blacks in aviation. More than 1,600 entries give the bibliography the scope and length that will enable scholars, researchers, and students to delve into this little studied aspect of the Black experience. This annotated bibliography includes citations on pilots, flight attendants, air traffic controllers, mechanics, doctors, engineers, scientists, astronauts, and others whose achievements in aeronautics, commerical and military, are unrecognized. The first four chapters highlight the major figures, and the next five chapters annotate books and articles on airlines, Chicago, discrimination, history, and women. The work covers three quarters of the twentieth century from 1916 to 1993, with one of the earliest articles describing the world's first Black pilot, Eugene J. Bullard, and one of the most recent covering the first African American in space, Guion S. Bluford.
Category: History