African Americans and Jews in the Twentieth Century
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BeschreibungDemonstrating the complexity of the relationship between Blacks and Jews in America, this book examines the competition and solidarity that have characterized Black-Jewish interactions over the past century.
InhaltsverzeichnisRemembering Nancy Louise Grant (1949-1995) by Genna Rae McNeil - Drawn Together by Self-Interest: Jewish Representation of Race and Race Relations in the Early Twentieth Century by Hasia R. Diner - Black Zionism: Marcus Garvey and the Jewish Question by Robert A. Hill - Franz Boas's Paradox and the African American Intelligentsia by Vernon J. Williams Jr. - Black Sacrifice, Jewish Redemption: From Al Jolson's Jazz Singer to John Garfield's Body and Soul by Michael Rogin - The Civil Rights Movement and the Reemergence of the Left by Murray Friedman - The Southern Jewish Community and the Struggle for Civil Rights by Cheryl Greenberg - Against the Grain: Black Conservatives and Jewish Neoconservatives by Nancy Haggard-Gilson - African Americans, Jews, and the City: Perspectives from the Industrial Era, 1900-1950 by Joe W. Trotter - Keeping Them "In the Same Boat Together"? Sufi Abdul Hamid, African Americans, Jews, and the Harlem Jobs Boycotts by Winston C. McDowell - African Americans and Jews in Organized Labor: A Case Study of Detroit, 1920-1950 by Marshall F. Stephenson Jr. - Black-Jewish Conflict in the Labor Context: Race, Jobs, and Institutional Power by Herbert Hill - The Portrayal of Jews in The Autobiography of Malcolm X by V. P. Franklin - The Increasing Significance of Class: Black-Jewish Conflict in the Postindustrial Global Era by Walda Katz-Fishman and Jerome Scott
PortraitV. P. Franklin is Professor of History at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He is the author of Living Our Stories, Telling Our Truths: Autobiography and the Making of the African-American Intellectual Tradition - Nancy L Grant was Associate Professor of History at Washington University in St. Louis and the author of TVA and Black Americans: Planning for the Status Quo - Harold M. Kletnick, husband of the late Nancy Grant, is a Programmer/Analyst for Washington University in St. Louis - Genna Rae McNeil is Professor of History at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. She is the author or editor of several books, including African-Americans and the Living Constitution.
Untertitel: Empfohlen von 18 bis 10 Jahren. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV OF MISSOURI PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1999
Seitenanzahl: 376 Seiten