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African American fraternities and sororities : the legacy and the vision

Tamara L. Brown 1967-; Gregory Parks 1974-; Clarenda M. Phillips 1970-

c2005

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McNichols Library Stacks  (LJ 31 .A47 2005 )()

  • Title:
    African American fraternities and sororities : the legacy and the vision
  • Author: Tamara L. Brown 1967-; Gregory Parks 1974-; Clarenda M. Phillips 1970-
  • Description: Pledged to remember: Africa in the life and lore of black Greek-letter organizations / Gloria Harper Dickinson -- The origin and evolution of college fraternities and sororities / Craig L. Torbenson -- Black fraternal and benevolent societies in nineteenth-century America / Anne S. Butler -- The Grand Boulé at the dawn of a new century: Sigma Pi Phi fraternity / William H. Harris -- Education, racial uplift, and the rise of the Greek-letter tradition: the African American quest for status in the early twentieth century / Michael H. Washington and Cheryl L. Nuñez -- In the beginning: the early history of the divine nine / André McKenzie -- Lobbying congress for civil rights: the American Council on Human Rights, 1948-1963 / Robert L. Harris, Jr. -- Sister acts: resistance in sweetheart and little sister programs / Mindy Stombler and Irene Padavic -- The body art of brotherhood / Sandra Mizumoto Posey -- Calls: an inquiry into their origin, meaning, and function / Marcella L. McCoy -- Variegated roots: the foundations of stepping / Carol D. Branch -- Sisterly bonds: African American sororities rising to overcome obstacles / Clarenda M. Phillips -- Racism, sexism, and aggression: a study of black and white fraternities / Tyra Balck, Joanne Belknap, and Jennifer Ginsburg -- How black Greek-letter organization membership affects college adjustment and undergraduate outcomes / Shaun R. Harper, Lauretta F. Byars, and Thomas B. Jelke -- The empty space of African American sorority representation: Spike Lee's school daze / Deborah Elizabeth Whaley -- "In the fell clutch of circumstance": pledging and the black Greek experience / Gregory S. Parks and Tamara L. Brown -- Future directions / Tamara L. Brown, Clarenda M. Phillips, and Gregory S. Parks.
    Pledged to remember: Africa in the life and lore of black Greek-letter organizations / Origin and evolution of college fraternities and sororities / Black fraternal and benevolent societies in nineteenth-century America / Grand Boulé at the dawn of a new century : Sigma Pi Phi fraternity / Education, racial uplift, and the rise of the Greek-letter tradition : the African American quest for status in the early twentieth century / In the beginning : the early history of the Divine Nine / Lobbying Congress for civil rights : the American Council on Human Rights, 1948-1963 / Sister acts : resistance in sweetheart and little sister programs / Body art of brotherhood / Calls : in inquiry into their origin, meaning, and function / Variegated roots : the foundations of stepping / Sisterly bonds : African American sororities rising to overcome obstacles / Racism, sexism, and aggression : a study of black and white fraternities / How black Greek-letter organization membership affects college adjustment and undergraduate outcomes / Empty space of African American sorority representation : Spike Lee's School Daze / "In the fell clutch of circumstance" : pledging and the black Greek experience / Future directions : Tamara L. Brown, Clarenda M. Phillips, and Gregory S. Parks.
  • Local Note: acq2005aas
  • Publication Date: c2005
  • Publisher: Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky
  • Format: viii, 496 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
  • Identifier: ISBN 0813123445 (hardcover: alk. paper)
  • Subjects: Greek letter societies -- United States -- History; African American college students -- Societies, etc. -- History; College students -- United States; Societies
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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