BOOKS RECEIVED: Robert Darden, “Nothing but Love in God’s Water: Black Sacred Music from Sit-Ins to Resurrection City” (Penn State UP, 2016),
Volume 1 of Nothing but Love in Gods Water traced the music of protest spirituals from the Civil War to the American labor movement of the 1930s and 1940s, and on through the Montgomery bus boycott. This second volume continues… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Joseph Howell, “Civil Rights Journey: The Story Of A White Southerner Coming Of Age During The Civil Rights Revolution” (Left Coast Press, 2011)
Civil Rights Journey recounts the coming of age of a young man shaped early by the crucibles of polio and segregation (both by decree and by custom) and later by that of the civil rights movement. Joe Howell’s story depicts… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Katharina Schramm, “African Homecoming: Pan-African Ideology and Contested Heritage” (Left Coast Press, 2010)
African Americans and others in the African diaspora have increasingly come home to Africa to visit the sites at which their ancestors were enslaved and shipped. In this nuanced analysis of homecoming, Katharina Schramm analyzes how a shared rhetoric of… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED:  John H. Stanfield, “Black Reflective Sociology: Epistemology, Theory, and Methodology” (Left Coast Press, 2011)
John H. Stanfield II, the leading contemporary Black sociologist of knowledge, distills decades of his research and thinking in a set of articles―some original to the volume, others from fugitive sources―that address race in the formation of epistemologies, theories, and… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Provenzo and Abaka, eds., “W. E. B. Du Bois on Africa” (Left Coast Press, 2012)
W. E. B. Du Bois is arguably the most important Black intellectual of the twentieth century and among the most important intellectual figures in modern African social thought. One of the founders of Pan-Africanism and a key figure in the… Read More
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