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African American urban experience : perspectives from the colonial period to the present

Joe William Trotter 1945-; Earl Lewis; Tera W Hunter

2004

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McNichols Library Stacks  (HT 123 .A66168 2004 )()

  • Title:
    African American urban experience : perspectives from the colonial period to the present
  • Author: Joe William Trotter 1945-; Earl Lewis; Tera W Hunter
  • Description: Historical Perspectives -- Urban Alliance: The Emergence of Race-Based Populism in the Age of Jackson / James Oliver Horton -- Industrial Slavery: Linking the Periphery and the Core / Ronald L. Lewis -- Black life on the Mississippi: African-American Steamboat Laborers and the Work Culture of the Antebellum Western Steamboats / Thomas Buchanan -- The 'Brotherly Love' for Which This City is Proverbial Should Extend to All / Tera Hunter -- Urban Black Labor in the West, 1849-1940: Reconceptualizing the Image of a Region / Quintard Taylor -- Social Scientific, Cultural, and Policy Perspectives -- Race, Class, and Conceptual Exclusion: The Underclass Concept in Historical Perspective / Alice O'Connor -- Black + Women = Work: Gender Dimensions of the African American Economic Experience / Susan Williams McElroy -- Evidence on Discrimination in Employment: Codes of Color, Codes of Gender / William A. Darity and Patrick L. Mason -- Race, Class, and Space: An Examination of Underclass Notions in the Steel and Motor Cities / Karen J. Gibson -- The Black Community Building Process in Post-Urban Disorder Detroit, 1967-1997 / Richard Walter Thomas -- Comparative Perspectives -- Asian American Labor and Historical Interpretation / Chris Friday -- Conversing Across Boundaries of Race, Ethnicity, Class, Gender, and Region: Latino and Latina Labor History / Camille Guerin-Gonzales -- Ethic and Racial Fragmentation: Toward a Reinterpretation of a Local Labor Movement -- Is Race the Problem of the 21st Century? / Alan Dawley.
    Urban alliances: the emergence of race-based populism in the age of Jackson / Industrial slavery: linking the periphery and the core / Black life on the Mississippi: African-American steamboat laborers and the work culture of the antebellum western steamboats / 'Brotherly love' for which this city is proverbial should extend to all / Race and class in Chicago-school sociology: the underclass concept in historical perspective / Black + Women = Work: gender dimensions of the African American economic experience / Evidence on discrimination in employment: codes of color, codes of gender / Race, class, and space: an examination of underclass notions in the steel and motor cities / Black community building process in post-urban disorder Detroit, 1967-1997 / Asian American labor and historical interpretation / Conversing across boundaries of race, ethnicity, class, gender, and region: Latino and Latina labor history / Ethnic and racial fragmentation: toward a reinterpretation of a local labor movement / Is race the problem of the 21st Century? /
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  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan
  • Format: xii, 340 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Identifier: ISBN 0312294646;ISBN 9780312294649;ISBN 0312294654 (pbk.);ISBN 9780312294656 (pbk.)
  • Subjects: Sociology, Urban -- United States; African Americans -- Social conditions; Urbanisatie; Negers; Steden; Sociologie urbaine -- États-Unis; Noirs américains -- Conditions sociales
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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